- Google, one of the world’s biggest companies is considering allowing users to store Cryptocurrencies in digital cards.
- Crypto is something we pay a lot of attention to:- President of Commerce at Google: Bill Ready
- Company has also hired Paypal veteran Arnold Goldberg to spearhead it’s payment division: Bloomberg Report
Finally, Tech Giant Google is enabling digital cards to store Cryptocurrencies to be used on Google pay.
Google also has a partnership with the biggest Cryptocurrency trading platforms like Coinbase, Bitpay, and Gemini.
In October Google partnered with Bakkt: Crypto Trading Platform pushing crypto further into the mainstream. Google has added support for Bakkt’s virtual Visa debit card. This card makes it possible to purchase goods and services with Bitcoin or Cash balances.
Google’s President of Commerce: Bill Ready also stated that “Crypto is Something we pay a lot of attention to,” told Bloomberg. “As user demand and merchant demand evolves, we’ll evolve with it.”