American payment services firm Visa has published a crypto and blockchain-related job opening on San Francisco-based recruiting software firm SmartRecruiters on March 6. Global financial services corporation Visa is seeking blockchain talent for the position of Technical Product Manager at Visa Fintech in their Palo Alto office. The person will be responsible for the execution of Visa’s product strategy within a cryptocurrency ecosystem, and will be required to manage the roadmap for crypto-related opportunities. According to the job description, the person should be possess a functional knowledge of the crypto industry and major players involved, as well as in-depth knowledge of distributed ledger technology and a deep understanding of existing retail payment solutions……
In a statement, 2gether revealed that the card “instantly” converts the cryptocurrency to fiat currency. Users within the 19-member Eurozone economic bloc can utilize the card without paying any fees. The Madrid-based banking startup believes that with its prepaid card it is solving problems associated with making purchases using virtual currencies…..
Digital currencies and their underlying technology are increasingly becoming popular. They are gradually gaining grounds in the world. Their use cases are on the rise, and more individuals and firms are beginning to adopt them. Digital currencies, such as Bitcoin (BTC), XRP (XRP), Ethereum (ETH), etc., have seen a lot of use cases in the U.S. More businesses are beginning to accept digital currencies as forms of payment. This has led to the development of more payment terminals and applications that support digital currency payments. One of the most anticipated crypto payment gateways is “MCO Visa crypto card,” and it is about to launch in the U.S………….
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On November 16, the Hong Kong-based blockchain startup Crypto.com announced that it is planning to issue its prepaid card, MCO Visa Card, in the United States. The company says the card has been approved for launch in partnership with its local bank partner Metropolitan Commercial Bank. Its metal cards promise up to two percent token rewards with its native MCO token, airport lounge access (select cards), tap-and-pay functionality, as well as competitive interbank rates………..