It’s been just revealed that Visa is addressing the issues that are required for the trust to come back to the crypto space. Check out the latest reports below.
Visa addresses FTX aftermath
The CEO of payments giant Visa says that more regulation is needed for the crypto space to regain user confidence after the FTX collapse.
In a new interview with CNBC’s Jim Cramer, the outgoing Visa CEO Al Kelly made sure to explain the fact that he hopes the downfall of FTX will speed up oversight of the crypto market.
“I hope one good thing that comes out of this FTX disaster for their investors and their employees, is that we see an acceleration towards regulation and leaning into good, stablecoin regulation. Because I think that that is what’s necessary to build back confidence for people. And we’ll see over time.”
Kelly said that Visa is laying the groundwork to offer services involving digital assets. Hebeleievs that we will see a growing demand among business owners and consumers to use credit cards to make crypto transactions.
“But we’re creating on and off-ramps for crypto players, putting Visa cards in wallets, being able to convert the stablecoin to a fiat currency, and being able to use their Visa card to shop anywhere they want to shop.”
Back in October, we were revealing that there is a new partnership that will boost digital asset adoption. A popular crypto exchange platform in the world is partnering up with payments titan Visa to offer crypto debit cards in dozens of countries.
According to a new press release, FTX is expanding its partnership with Visa. They are planning to offer crypto debit cards to customers in over 40 countries with a focus on Europe, Latin America, and Asia.
Stay tuned for more news from the crypto space.