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Visa's New Cryptocurrency Credit Card
Category : Blockchain and Cryptocurrency
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Forbes staff video by Michael del Castillo Feb 19, 2020: Credit card giant Visa has granted its principal membership to a cryptocurrency company for the first time. Officially awarded to cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase in December, but not revealed to the public until today, the membership cuts out a crucial, and expensive middleman from the process of issuing a debit card that lets users spend their own bitcoin, ether and XRP anywhere Visa is accepted.

 


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Visa's New Cryptocurrency Credit Card
Category : Blockchain and Cryptocurrency
Hits : 26721
Forbes staff video by Michael del Castillo Feb 19, 2020: Credit card giant Visa has granted its principal membership to a cryptocurrency company for the first time. Officially awarded to cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase in December, but not revealed to the public until today, the membership cuts out a crucial, and expensive middleman from the process of issuing a debit card that lets users spend their own bitcoin, ether and XRP anywhere Visa is accepted.

 


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Visa's New Cryptocurrency Credit Card
Category : Blockchain and Cryptocurrency
Hits : 26722
Forbes staff video by Michael del Castillo Feb 19, 2020: Credit card giant Visa has granted its principal membership to a cryptocurrency company for the first time. Officially awarded to cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase in December, but not revealed to the public until today, the membership cuts out a crucial, and expensive middleman from the process of issuing a debit card that lets users spend their own bitcoin, ether and XRP anywhere Visa is accepted.

 


 

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Visa's New Cryptocurrency Credit Card
Category : Blockchain and Cryptocurrency
Hits : 26723
Forbes staff video by Michael del Castillo Feb 19, 2020: Credit card giant Visa has granted its principal membership to a cryptocurrency company for the first time. Officially awarded to cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase in December, but not revealed to the public until today, the membership cuts out a crucial, and expensive middleman from the process of issuing a debit card that lets users spend their own bitcoin, ether and XRP anywhere Visa is accepted.

 

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