Browsing the "Credit Cards" Tag

Binance’s Trust Wallet Adds Support for XRP, Credit Card Payments

| Yogita Khatri

Cryptocurrency exchange Binance’s official wallet, Trust Wallet, has added support for XRP and credit card payments.

Binance Users Can Now Pay for Crypto With Credit Cards

| Yogita Khatri

Top crypto exchange Binance now lets customers purchase some cryptocurrencies using Visa and Mastercard credit cards.

Binance Backs $32 Million Funding for Unicorn Founder’s Crypto Stablecoin

| Brady Dale

With an e-commerce company leading the launch of a new stablecoin, its founders and allies believe they can really bring crypto to consumers.

American Express Thinks Blockchains Could Help Prove Payments

| Christine Kim

Credit card giant American Express may be looking into developing a new proof-of-payment (PoP) system based on blockchain technology.

Coinbase Cuts Off New Credit Cards for US Customers

| Wolfie Zhao

Cryptocurrency startup Coinbase said Tuesday that its U.S.-based users won't be able to add new credit cards as a payment option.  

Lloyds Banking Group Blocks Bitcoin Purchases Using Credit Cards

| Wolfie Zhao

The Lloyds ban applies to the group's 89 million credit card holders, including across subsidiaries such as Halifax, MBNA and Bank of Scotland.

Report: Bank of America, JP Morgan Ban Credit Crypto Purchases

| Nikhilesh De

Two of Wall Street's biggest banks are reportedly taking steps to bar customers from using credit cards to purchase cryptocurrencies.

Mastercard Eyes Cryptocurrency Refunds in New Patent Application

| Stan Higgins

A new patent application from Mastercard suggests the company is exploring ways to build refund-capable services for cryptocurrency users.

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Blockchain Credit Card Trial Puts New Twist on Retail Payments

| Corin Faife

Cupcakes on the blockchain? Not quite, but a new blockchain trial showcased how the tech could play a role in consumer payments.

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Credit Card Giant MasterCard Releases ‘Experimental’ Blockchain APIs

| Stan Higgins

MasterCard has quietly developed and released a set of blockchain APIs.