Crypto.com’s MCO Visa Card Now Supported on Apple, Google Pay
Crypto.com, a payment and crypto platform that allows users to buy, sell, hold and pay with Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies, has announced that its Visa Card is now live on several payments apps including Google, Apple, and Samsung Pay, according to a blog post on March 10, 2020.
Crypto.com Now on More Payment Apps
As part of its mission to bridge the gap between the traditional financial ecosystem and foster financial inclusion through blockchain-based virtual currencies, Crypto.com’s has now made it possible for U.S. residents to hold its MCO Visa card to pay with their digital assets and fiat currencies on more platforms.
MCO Visa Card Now Supported on Apple, Google Play, and Other Platforms
As stated in its blog post, its U.S.-based customers can now make payments at supported merchants, as well as online stores with their MCO Visa Cards on their mobile devices in a secure manner, through Apple, Google or Samsung Pay apps.
The team says the new feature works on most mobile devices and users do not have to worry about security, as their card details are not stored on their mobile devices. However, users will need to undergo a card verification procedure when they add their MCO Visa Card on their device for the first time.
The team says:
“Add your MCO Visa Card today to the digital wallet on your mobile phone and start paying with Apple, Google and Samsung Pay!”
Crypto.com Accelerating Crypto Adoption
Founded in 2016, with a mission to give the masses absolute control over their money, data and personal information, Crypto.com is gradually accomplishing its mission as it now boasts 1 million users on its platform.
As reported by BTCManager in October 2019, Crypto.com launched its services in 49 states across the U.S. to foster crypto adoption in the country.
More recently, on February 26, 2020, reports emerged that Crypto.com now supports the TrueUSD stablecoin, making it possible for its MCO Visa Cardholders to pay with TUSD at all Visa-supported merchants.
In related news, on March 5, 2020, Uphold multi-currency wallet announced that its users can now spend the value of their cryptos and precious metals like gold through its Mastercard debit card.