United Kingdom, July 16, 2021 /AlexaBlockchain/ – Link Reservations Inc., a provider of medicinal mushroom and cannabidiol (CBD) wellness products for both humans and pets, today announced that it…
Blockchain in Payment
Blockchain is an innovative technology with many applications and use cases across different industry verticals, including supply chain, healthcare, retail, energy, and telecom. With blockchain, organizations have found a way to conduct many processes securely and transparently. Even though blockchain applications can be found around diverse industries today, the payment space is behind the hype that attracted people to blockchain technology.
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Visa is currently partnered with Coinbase, Circle and BlockFi to allow its cards to access crypto wallets on those platforms.
Cardholders earn 1.5% cashback in Bitcoin on every purchase. BlockFi is offering a 3.5% Bitcoin rewards rate for the first 90 days.
US cardholders of the BitPay Prepaid Mastercard can add their card to Apple WalletTM and spend with Apple Pay. With Apple Pay, BitPay cardholders can make secure purchases in stores, in apps, and online.
The innovation promises to enable direct human-to-machine and machine-to-machine payments at scale without the confines of credit cards.
Mercuryo via a partnership with Zero Hash starts providing access to its digital asset payment services for businesses and individuals in the United States.
The investment will introduce a wide variety of payment APIs to FinTech applications on the Stellar network, integrating with existing anchors and enabling Stellar USDC on/off ramps in existing fiat pairs (USD, GBP, CAD, AUS, and EUR).
Instimatch Global and Algorand are working together to disrupt the regulated payment networks with advanced solutions powered by blockchain. Instimatch Global will leverage Algorand across multiple use cases to advance institutional settlement and payment solutions
Wallyt’s global presence and SwiftPass’ expansive platform and user base are ideally suited for Findora’s confidential ledger. The use of Findora is expected to provide enhanced data safety and privacy for the financial institutions and other clients they serve.
Mphasis and R3 Developing a Blockchain-Based Payments and Financing Solution