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Crypto.com becomes a Principal Member of Visa in Australia

Crypto. com becomes a Principal Member of Visa in Australia

Crypto.com, a leading Hong Kong-based crypto payment platform, has become a principal member of Visa in Australia. It now has the authority to issue Visa cards via the membership. Thus, providing its customers access to their funds for daily use. This should render convenience, decreased costs, and quicker transactions over their whole partner network. Crypto.com exhibited that the association with Visa was in line with its endeavors to expand its crypto Visa card’s reach.

Crypto.com announces the launch of spending power

Entering into a partnership with such a payment giant enables the crypto debit card issuer to access Visa’s developing partner network and interject new crypto-friendly payment experiences. Furthermore, it helps the firm to promote the entire range of its platform functionality to enhance its payments and settlement services. It serves as an easy on and off-ramp from fiat to cryptocurrencies. Furthermore, Crypto.com has also proclaimed the rollout of its fiat lending program, entitled “Spending Power.” It is a crypto lending product custom-built for Crypto.com cardholders. The program allows users to access crypto in their Crypto.com wallet as collateral for a loan. Users can immediately spend fiat anywhere Visa is accepted.

Crypto.com’s Visa card is accessible in more than 30 countries globally. It involves the United States, Canada, nations in Europe and across the Asia-Pacific. Crypto.com intends to commence direct issuance of its Visa card in the nation. The company states that it will utilize its presence in Australia to seek more comprehensive market penetration for its card service worldwide. Besides its physical Visa card product, Crypto.com will also supposedly issue virtual cards in Europe.

Established in 2016, Crypto.com introduced its ICO in May 2017. Following a year of working on its offering, the ICO took place. It worked on a range of products directed at advancing the adoption of cryptocurrencies on a wider scale. Earlier in March, Crypto.com originated a $200 million crypto investment fund to support startups in the industry. Crypto.com also sponsors the Aston Martin Formula 1 racing team as the British carmaker indicates its return to the F1 circuit after a 61-year hiatus.

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