Visa is winning the battle for crypto cards. It’s now poised to bring Crypto-as-a-Service to financial institutions

Mar 5, 2021 | The Block News | 0 comments


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  • The world’s largest payment companies are investing and building for a digital asset future
  • The latest crypto numbers from PayPal, Square, and even Robinhood suggest user acquisition, engagement, and monetization levers via crypto offerings can be even greater than originally expected
  • Visa’s established global crypto card network, partnerships with USDC and Anchorage, and robust API tooling have positioned the company to expand Crypto-as-as-Service capabilities to broader financial institutions and banks interested in supporting crypto purchase capabilities

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