Bitcoin was disruptive, so Mastercard muzzled it, using “number go up” as lubrication to shut down the narrative of Bitcoin being a true fintech revelation, Kurt Wuckert Jr. writes.
Leaders from JPMorgan, Mastercard, FIS Global, and Tassat recently shared their thoughts on using blockchain and digital currencies for payments.
The Bahamas launched the Sand Dollar as it sought to insulate its financial system against the constant disruptions that occur whenever the country experiences a natural disaster.
Mastercard announced that they will directly support select digital currencies in their network–BSV should meet their listing criteria.
MasterCard launched a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) test platform that allows users to simulate the issuance, distribution, and exchange of CBDCs
Digital currency debit and credit cards are not what the world needs to catalyze digital currency adoption, Patrick Thompson writes.
The executive was allegedly involved in a sophisticated money laundering operation with links to disgraced payments firm Wirecard.
The Boston Fed’s job listing is the latest digital currency-related job offering to come from a government agency in the United States.
Indacoin announces support of Bitcoin SV (BSV), enabling BSV to be purchased with Visa & Mastercard payment cards through their global fiat-to-crypto exchange platform and partner network.
It’s been another productive week for the cryptocurrency space with activity and progress being shown across the globe.