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Cryptocurrency Cards Use i2c Processing

More than 30 cryptocurrency companies are expected to provide products and services that link digital assets (Bitcoin, Ethereum, Tether and others) to real-world spending through the Visa and Mastercard merchant acceptance networks by the end of 2021. Among those already in the market are Wirex, Apto Payments, and NetCents. All are clients of payment processor i2c. Wirex provides over three million Mastercard cards linked to assets in a cryptocurrency wallet. It brought to market the first Bitcoin rewards card. The company is a direct issuer of Mastercard cards. Apto Payments ...

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December 2020
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