Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Finance App “Revolut” says it will use the deal with Visa to expand in United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Russia, and Singapore.
United States banking giant Bank of America to launch “Real Time Payments” gradually, through 2019 and 2020.
Two U.S. lawmakers seemingly want the Federal Reserve to consider creating a digital dollar.
Binance.US Launches fiat on-ramp and Enables deposits for Cardano, Basic Attention Token, Stellar and others
Binance.US, the U.S. branch of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, officially launched its digital asset marketplace. The U.S.-only exchange will offer a fiat on-ramp and free trading for all listed coins, which will begin on Sept. 24.
U.S.-based financial banking giant Wells Fargo is developing a U.S. dollar-linked rypto-stablecoin that will run on the firm’s first blockchain platform.
Hong Kong-based firm Legacy Trust is now offering a pension plan where contributions can be made with both cryptocurrencies and fiat currencies, aimed at businesses in the crypto industry.
One of the most utilized hardware wallets, Ledge, has now expanded its overall utility, releasing support for ER-20 tokens. Users can update their firmware easily and once updated, adding ER-20 tokens to your portfolio is a breeze.
The U.S. Federal Reserve announced on Monday it planned to develop its own round-the-clock real-time payments and settlement service, with an expected launch in 2023 or 2024.
Walmart is the latest to join the new growing trend of the the establishment and use of digital identities, via attestations and already established consumer databases. Companies such as Mastercard, Bank of America, Facebook/”Libra”, Ontology, EOS, Cardano, Piiggy Bank, Coinbase, and more, all have functional products digital identity projects, or products that will be released soon.
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