Visa to enable Bitcoin purchases across its global payments network smallcaps.com.au/visa-ena…
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πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ GBP Fiat Wallet is back! Deposit funds into your account with zero fees using the UK Faster Payment Service (FPS) network, and buy crypto in your local currency πŸ’° twitter.com/cryptocom/sta…
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Harmony partnership with SWFT Payment Network to expand usage of ONE through WeChat, Alibaba, Baidu - these combined have over 3 Billion transactions annually

https://preview.redd.it/wulxt1dps7t61.png?width=1195&format=png&auto=webp&s=f84789a35fe82edc476ba9cf1cc91a2a353ced9b

Harmony ONE Digital Payments with SWFT Payment Network β€” Use ONE Swaps, Red Packets, and Payments

Partnership with SWFT Payment Network Expands Usage of ONE through WeChat, Alibaba, Baidu β€” these combined have over 3 Billion transactions annually

More: https://medium.com/harmony-one/harmony-one-digital-payments-with-swft-payment-network-use-one-swaps-red-packets-and-payments-5ca5c24bfc2a

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Details on the Atari Payment Network plans- massive revenue potential for $Pongf & $Atri

https://atarichain.com/documents/atari-strategy.pdf

If you are holding or interested in $Pongf / $Atri then that file should be VERY interesting to you.

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"Bitcoin is not a currency, nor is it a payment network. It is a bank in cyberspace, run by incorruptible software, offering a global, affordable, simple, & secure savings account to billions of people that don't have the option or desire to run their own hedge fund." - M. Saylor

This is from The Complete Case for $100K Bitcoin. wherein this quotation is referenced (towards the end).

There's validity pointing out that the statement is not 100% perfectly accurate in technical terms. Though, I do also think that people may be apt to missing the overarching theme of the tweet.

There's rhetoric to consider here. "Rhetorical nuance" if you will. It's like a football aficionado saying, "Football is not a game. It has nothing to do with a ball. It's a way of life and freedom for the spirit." Of course that's not 100% perfectly accurate in technical terms, but it gives an idea as to what it can stand for and mean to some people, while also holding some more universal, philosophical truths.

I really like this thinking and sort of statement. Obviously, CEO of Microstrategy, Mr. Saylor, sees a future wherein blockchain technology / distributed ledger technology is something like ubiquitous and authoritative. I, too, share that vision - as I'm sure many reading now do, too. Along with that, though, is a thinking outside of traditional and restrictive ideation. It's "untraditional" in so many words. Just because you've/we've/they've done something like that for a thousand years doesn't mean you can't or shouldn't do something like this now.

Edit: I'm surprised no one has noticed yet, but the quote in the title of the post is not in the article (c'mon people, you need to be a little more vigilant; your life may depend on it god dammit) ... ... ... it was. I remember reading it and is the reason I initially posted it a couple of months back and wanted to post it again, because it really gives a good perspective and idea of what's possible with DLT. Nevertheless, I'm now searching for it and not finding it anywhere. I haven't done a search of all his tweets, so imagine it is there somewhere, but maybe someone reading this now can link it for everyone if they find it.

Edit2: Here's something close from Kraken.

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Stellar (payment network) would be a great fit for IPOF!

Chamath I know you lurk Reddit and may stumble on this post so here is why you should look into Stellar (payment network) as a potential acquisition for IPOF!

  • Stellar meets your direction within "inequality" and "climate change" objectives in how they operate.
    • Inequality is reduced as Stellar bridges the gap between poor and money. It allows quicker money exchanges between countries and allows family and friends to help loved ones abroad with reduced money transfer fees.
    • Climate change objective met as Stellar uses a more Carbon neutral consensus mechanism. Their protocol gives a decentralized voting system to holders of their coin to update the governance of their blockchain.
  • You are a big advocator for the crypto community and understand the disruption of companies within the space. Stellar co-founder Jeb McCaleb is one of the top 10 people leading the blockchain revolution as noted by The New York Times in 2018.
  • You have a similar stance as Joyce Kim and Jed McCaleb founders of Stellar in that you all speak to the importance of what industries do now to ensure that their impact on society continues to be a positive one.

Chamath, I know you're a busy person so I kept this short. Enjoy your well-deserved Vacation and hope we hear some more tweets soon!

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Visa CEO Says the Payment Giant Will Add Cryptocurrencies to Its Payments Network blockchain.news/news/visa…
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WWE Network can no longer accept US forms of payment

Probably should’ve saved a screenshot for proof, but I was pretty upset about it and closed the window after I ended the WWE Help Chat.

My normal account mysteriously expired and refunded my money, despite me renewing it via a VPN based in the Bahamas. I tried making new accounts, but for billing information, the dropdown menu for country didn’t have a choice for the USA. As a result, every new account I made instantly refused payment and wouldn’t work.

I used the Help Chat function to try to fix my primary account. I explained to the Support that I’ve been in the Bahamas (total lie) and use my American card to pay for the Network. It was explained to me that I would have to pay using a foreign card because Peacock is the exclusive home of Wrestlemania and all WWE streaming contentℒ️.

So, thats another hoop to jump through. Is there an easy way to get a foreign form of payment?

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Humbl is a global payments network, mobile wallet and contactless merchant software platform to reduce the time and costs of sending, receiving and exchanging money
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Lightning network channels are starting to become impossible to open/close/route payments due to double digit fees.

This may be the last time you can withdraw your btc from lightning network before it is unwithdrawable for the bull run.

Once fees hit mid double digits, all lightning nodes will essentially be frozen.

You’ve been warned maxi’s.

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What is the name of the human reputation based payment network that predates cryptos

It’s on the tip of my tongue... I recall when I first encountered Bitcoin back in 2012, there was an often used example of a decentralized-ish payment network that predates cryptos where a chain of people carry out the payment in cash. What’s that called again?

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Testing crypto payment processor CoinQvest to top up CityStates account and settle on Stellar Network. Accepting $BTC $LTC $ETH $USDC $XRP and of course $XLM twitter.com/CityStatesM/s…
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What would it take to free the online payment network that all merchants already accept?

What I mean is, setting up some kind of service that exposes itself to the existing payment infrastructure which pretty much all online merchants (outside the darknet) already use, serving as a "bridge" to link that to a payment network that isn't so heavily controlled, like Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency. You know how free email services make it possible to obtain a working email address, no matter who you are or what your status is, just as long as you can get on the Internet somehow? The idea would be to provide a similar level of openness for credit card numbers, by funding payments using cryptocurrency, and having the provider take care of any step that requires a bank account or legal identity. This way, people who are unable or unwilling to use their own (which includes, but is not limited to, everyone under 18, at least in the US) won't need to be excluded whenever a merchant requires a credit/debit card number, or something with similar requirements, in order to make a payment.

I wouldn't be surprised if there's some reason this wouldn't work, but if so, I'm at least curious what that reason is. While I've never used it myself, Privacy.com seems to come pretty close, and is the main reason I feel like this has a good chance of being possible; the only issue is you can't generate a virtual credit card number that's funded by anything other than an existing credit/debit card. But could something like that work without that requirement?

What exactly does a service like Privacy.com need in order to issue working credit card numbers? Do the companies that run these payment networks have their own rules that would prohibit what I'm asking? If so, where can I read these rules? And either way, is merely making one's service accessible via a (virtual) credit card number, on its own, enough to make that service subject to KYC/AML regulations?

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Visa Becomes First Major Payments Network to Settle Transactions in USDC over Ethereumβ€”one of the most actively used open-source blockchains. businesswire.com/news/hom…
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VISA may add Cryptocurrencies to its payment Network, says CEO coindesk.com/visa-may-add…
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How can I find shops and restaurants in my city that accept Lightning Network payments?

Is there a compiled map or list? I'm in Tokyo, if that matters.

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Lightning Network is a growing ecosystem which has amazing technology. BTC is the dominant token with 60-70% market share. LN will be the payment network for BTC, layer 1 will be used as an investment network and BTC on layer 1 will be used as a hedge against inflation.
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Uberstate Inc. a global leader in the field of real estate payment networks. uberstateinc.medium.com/u…
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Roxe: A Next-Generation Global Payment Network

The Roxe Payment Network (β€œRoxe”) is a next-generation, open global payment network powered by a peer-to-peer, digital token paradigm. Run by the Roxe Payment Protocol on smart contracts, Roxe unifies fragmented global payment systems so that banks, central banks, payment companies, remittance providers and consumers can make among the fastest, least expensive, and most reliable payments anywhere in the world. The network uses the best route for the lowest cost payments and is designed to be a fundamental component of the global payments industry and runs on Roxe Chain, a private-public hybrid blockchain that’s purpose-built for payments.

Roxe also acts as a global on/off ramp for fiat currencies without the need for traditional financial institutions to transact with any cryptocurrency.

The Roxe Payment Network is comprised of the Roxe Instant Settlement Network (RISN), a B2B infrastructure, and Roxe Pay, a decentralized consumer payment app.

The RISN empowers exchanges, payment companies, consumers, banks and central banks to transfer fiat and digital currencies with other Roxe network members in seconds. Powered by RISN, we enable our partners to offer their end customers ultra-fast remittance and payments products.

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Visa becomes the first major payment network to settle transaction in USDC
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Lightnet Targets Moving $50 Billion Of International Payments, Annually, On The Stellar Blockchain Network By 2022 forbes.com/sites/benjesse…
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Visa May Add Cryptocurrencies to Its Payments Network, Says CEO nasdaq.com/articles/visa-…
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I signed up for WWE network a few years ago using the US vpn trick to allow access without having to go through a cable provider in Canada. Recently, it stopped working and says my payment is expired?

IIRC, I used a vpn to make a wwe network account via the US site and paid through paypal. Its worked fine for years and allowed me to log in without a cable provider (I don't have cable). But just today, I tried logging in to find everything is locked. In the account menu, it says my payment is expired and I have to log in through a cable provider. Anyone else experiencing this?

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VISA may add cryptocurrencies to it's payments network - CEO coindesk.com/visa-may-add…
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Visa Allows Payments To Be Settled With Crypto Using Ethereum Network finance.yahoo.com/news/vi…
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Quant Network ($QNT) partners with Inter-American Development Banks (IDB) LACChain initiative in search of financial inclusion of Latin America and the Caribbean. Quant will provide DLT and legacy system interoperability and multi-DLT payments lacchain.net/our-news/Qua…
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LPT: if you own or manage a gas station, do not connect your wifi to the same network as your payment processor

Card skimmers are definitely a thing, but local network hacking is also also a thing.

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Visa May Add Cryptocurrencies to Its Payments Network, Says CEO finance.yahoo.com/news/vi…
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Australia’s payment network Eftpos updates logo to represent its digital future and partnership with Hedera Hashgraph mumbrella.com.au/eftpos-u…
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Citi Bank to use Blockchain Network in Making Cross-Border Payments ripplecoinnews.com/citi-b…
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Visa - Payments network will use a stablecoin USDC backed by the U.S. dollar bloomberg.com/news/articl…
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Become 1 with AMP! Don't invest and not promote. Quickest way to rises is to use the platform and make payments with the Flexa network. reddit.com/gallery/lod7h5
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Flexa Network/AMP Token, your Crypto payment system to buy your new Tesla!

Take a look at the flexa network using the AMP token. It’s the first token being used as collateral in the payment process to ensure accurate and successful transactions. It also minimizes fees for the retailer and allows instant payment using crypto. You can currently use it in over 40,000 locations and growing! They are currently working on integrating into Shopify for payment transactions and Tesla built their website using the Shopify platform which would make this an easy transition for them to accept crypto payments. Really great fundamentals, integration with NCR allowing touchless payments, staking rewards opportunities, and currently trading at 1 penny! Take a look, it's the VISA of our generation!

https://flexa.network/

https://amptoken.org/

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Cardstack will deploy its payment and reward network called Card Pay to xDai! Card Pay is a platform for easy, fast, and decentralized e-commerce transactions. twitter.com/xdaichain/sta…
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Passions Network's network of 260+ Niche Online Dating Sites is now accepting payment via Ethereum and Bitcoin

This forum is directly responsible for our company setting up a payment option using Coinbase as the cryptocurrency payment processor.

After reading (here) about another company running payments through Coinbase, we set everything up in a matter of hours. (We had no idea it was so easy or we would have done this a year ago.)

While individual sites within our network of dating sites are free, there is a one-time-only 'Network Wide' upgrade fee to access the entire network of sites. While this has been the case for years, we only just now expanded the payment options to include ETH and/or BTC.

Our guess is that most online dating sites will begin accepting cryptocurrency payments in the very near future. If they don't, they just don't understand it.

[Image by WorldSpectrum from Pixabay]

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Harmony One partners with SWFT payment network (x-post from /r/Cryptocurrency) reddit.com/r/CryptoCurren…
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CardStack recently announced they are deploying their payment and reward network #CardPay to xDai! twitter.com/xdaichain/sta…
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Even in alpha does Bitcoin's Lighting Network fully crash? Credit card payments system outage hits US businesses businessinsider.com/credi…
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Details on the Atari Payment Network - $Pongf & $Atri
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Harmony One Swft Payment Network Partnership
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πŸ“…︎ Apr 15 2021
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Details on the Atari Payment Network- massive revenue potential for $Pongf

In case you guys haven't seen this-

https://atarichain.com/documents/atari-strategy.pdf

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Details on the Atari Payment Network - $Pongf & $Atri
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πŸ“…︎ Apr 08 2021
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Details on the Atari Payment Network $Pongf & $Atri
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πŸ“…︎ Apr 08 2021
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Details on the Atari Payment Network- massive revenue potential for both $ATRI & $PONGF

In case you guys haven't seen this-

https://atarichain.com/documents/atari-strategy.pdf

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