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Coinbase Expands Reach of Visa Card in Europe, Adds 5 New Cryptos

Coinbase has added support for five new crypto options to its Visa debit card, and also expanded availability to 10 more European nations. The U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchange announced Thursday that holders of the card can now spend XRP, basic attention token (BAT), augur (REP), 0x (ZRX) and stellar (XLM). The new options come in addition to…

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Visa, Mastercard, eBay, Stripe Follow PayPal in Quitting Facebook’s Libra Project

UPDATE (Oct. 11, 2019, 20:27 UTC): Mastercard and Visa have also confirmed they will not be joining the Libra Association. UPDATE (Oct. 11, 2019, 22:57 UTC): Payments platform Mercado Pago confirmed to CoinDesk that it, too, would “suspend its participation” in the Libra Association. Mastercard, Visa, digital auction company eBay, payments firm Stripe and Mercado Pago have…

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US Senators Directly Caution Visa, Mastercard On Libra After PayPal Exit

Facebook Libra backers Visa, Mastercard and Stripe have received a direct warning from US politicians about their involvement with the project. Senators: ‘You Should Be Concerned’ In a strongly-worded letter quoted by Bloomberg on October 9, two senators warned the three payment firms about compliance risks of Libra, Facebook’s unlaunched digital currency. Its authors were…

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Visa And Mastercard Start To Get Cold Feet Over Facebook’s Libra

Visa, Mastercard, and other early Libra Association members are having second thoughts about their involvement with Facebook’s ‘cryptocurrency’. The change of heart follows widespread international regulatory concerns, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. Libra Partners Reportedly Can’t Stand The Heat Visa and Mastercard, along with PayPal and Stripe, are reportedly reconsidering their…

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Revolut Seeks 3,500 Staff in Push for VISA Partnership Expansion

The Revolut fintech app is on an expansion drive, adding 3,500 people to its staff in a bid to outcompete VISA. The challenger bank is also a crypto-friendly app allowing exchanges to a wider audience. Revolut Expands to US, Brazil, Japan in 2020 Revolut expands to both developed and developing markets, recently upping its social…

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Coinbase Crypto Exchange Debuts Visa Card for UK Customers

Major American cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has launched Coinbase Card, that enables its United Kingdom-based customers to pay in-store and online with cryptocurrency. The development was announced in a blog post published on April 10. The Coinbase Card is a Visa debit card powered by customers’ Coinbase account crypto balances, which allows them to make purchases…

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Coinbase Launches Crypto Visa Debit Card for UK and EU Customers

Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has launched a Visa debit card allowing customers in the U.K. and EU to spend their cryptocurrencies directly from their Coinbase accounts. The San Francisco-based firm announced the news in a blog post on Wednesday, saying that with the “Coinbase Card,” customers will be able to spend their bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH),…

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Visa Hiring Blockchain Expert for ‘Visa Crypto’

Visa is hiring a Technical Product Manager for its Fintech division, according to a recent job listing on SmartRecruiters.  Visa Crypto American multinational financial services giant Visa is taking the “if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em” strategy when it comes to cryptocurrencies. In order to not be left behind by the promise of high-tps…

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Banking Startup Launching Visa Card That Lets You Spend 7 Cryptos

Banking startup 2gether is launching a prepaid Visa debit card that allows users to spend cryptocurrencies. In an announcement, 2gether said customers will be able to use the card to pay with either euros or any of the following seven cryptocurrencies: bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH), XRP, bitcoin cash (BCH), EOS, Stellar (XLM) and litecoin (LTC). The card…

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