Tag: Visa

Crypto.com Review

Crypto.com (MCO) Review: The Crypto Powered Visa Card

The domain crypto.com was registered all the way back in 1993 by Matt Blaze, a well known cryptographer. As you might imagine, he has been fielding quite a few offers for that domain since cryptocurrencies took off, but had repeatedly...

/ April 28, 2020
Kris Marszalek Interview

Interview with Crypto.com CEO, Kris Marszalek – MCO Cards, Roadmap & More

Crypto.com (MCO) is trying to make cryptocurrency purchases as easy as swiping a card. This Fintech company, which is based in Hong Kong, is one of the first projects to fully roll out a cryptocurrency linked Visa card. This will...

/ December 18, 2018
Monaco Coin (MCO) Review

Monaco Coin (MCO) Review: Everything You Need to Know

Update: Monaco has re-branded to crypto.com. Read our full crypto.com review.  Monaco Card is a cryptocurrency funded visa debit card that allows you to spend your cryptocurrencies on everyday purchases. Users first purchase Monaco coins in order to get a...

/ May 3, 2018
Beluga Pay Review

Beluga Pay To Launch Cryptocurrency Payment Network, ICO Soon

Today, not many stores are able or willing to accept cryptocurrency as a payment. Additionally, as retailers are seeking flexibility in payment options, the desire for being able to take credit card payments while on the road is growing. A...

/ January 25, 2018
Cryptocurrency Visa Cards

Cryptocurrency Visa Cards: A Look at the Current Options

Blockchain projects often tend to fall into particular categories such as distributed computed, prediction markets, or smart contract provision. Cryptocurrency start-ups have a tendency to congregate in particular sectors and battle it out for supremacy, once such sector involves the...

/ November 8, 2017
Blockchain Transactions Sharding

Speeding up Blockchain Transactions with Sharding

One of the many reasons that people are so bullish on blockchain technology is the fact that transactions are recorded on an immutable ledger that is 100% secure from external actors. This is through the cryptograpic nature of the protocols....

/ October 21, 2017