Cryptocurrency is going mainstream: What you need to know
Over the past year, digital currency has captured mainstream attention and become front and centre in many conversations around fintech and banking.
As interest and demand for digital currencies from consumers and businesses grows, and governments explore the potential issuance of central bank digital currencies, many financial institutions are looking for ways to leverage the interest and provide new products and solutions for their customers. In this cryptocurrency 101 video, Cuy Sheffield, Head of Crypto at Visa, outlines the three types of digital currencies everyone should be aware of and explains why.
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