The CEO of the U.S. branch of Binance’s crypto exchange said embracing crypto could be one of the only ways for companies to be “pandemic resilient” in the future.
In an interview, US Binance CEO Catherine Coley said that crypto had the potential to deliver “uses beyond speculation” investors might participate in e-commerce transactions, drive new companies, and other real-world applications such as mortgages. She said, â€œIf youâ€™re building a company in the next five years and you do not consider digital assets as a component, youâ€™re ignorantly going into this. Itâ€™s an adoption case that is pandemic resilient.â€ Stories about crypto-related startups have become more expected this year.
â€œCompanies should take their cues from cryptocurrency.â€
Catherine Coley, the CEO of the U.S. branch of Binance’s crypto exchange, said that businesses could take their hints from cryptocurrencies in the future, which has rendered money discussions more convenient for the average individual, yet also more available to conventional finance professionals. The crypto business is a business
with a far different audience than finance.
Binance launches its crypto debit card.Â
Crypto exchange giant Binance announced that its Binance Visa Card is now available for use in the European Economic Areas earlier this month. In July this year, the rollout was initially revealed. Using supported digital currencies, crypto cards allow users to preload their accounts, converted to fiat and deducted from the balance during payment at a retail location.
In the case of Binance, the cash is directly taken from the user’s trading account. The Swipe Powered Binance Card functions like your typical debit card. But you’ll be keeping digital properties, such as
BTC, BNB, SXP, and BUSD, instead of Fiat.