BNY Mellon, Mastercard, Twitter, and Apple Going Crypto

Roman Regelman, CEO of asset servicing and head of digital at BNY Mellon--the oldest bank in the U.S. announced on February 11th that "BNY Mellon is proud to be the first global bank to announce plans to provide an integrated service for digital assets."

On February 10th, Mastercard also announced it would begin to support cryptocurrencies this year. 

Even Twitter is considering offering cryptocurrencies as payment to employees. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, who also owns the digital processing company Square, has invested heavily in Bitcoin. Square has about $50 billion in BTC as of October. 

Today, Bitcoin payment service provider Bitpay is also on Apple Wallet and Apple Pay allowing users to spend Bitcoin. BitPay plans to add support for Google Pay and Samsung Pay by March's end. 

Honestly, do you really need more convincing that Bitcoin is going to change the world? 

Image Credits to CoinGenius

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