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Visa B2B Connect delivers a cross-border payment network, extracted from blockchain technology

Chayanika Deka

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Blockchain technology has fascinated many businesses making it a favorable option for enhancing the currently used methods. Even the US’s payment giant Visa got attracted to the blockchain technology and the organization recently propelled a cross-border installment system by using the basic aspects of the blockchain.

With Visa B2B Connect, the payments giant intended to encourage universal level transactions for worldwide monetary exchanges by empowering direct interbanking exchanges among organizations and the respective recipients. 

The advent of blockchain technology during the crypto regulations, Visa B2B Connect will be beneficial for the users as it is based upon the blockchain innovation. In order to advance in the digital payments ecosystem, San Francisco based company had issued the latest payment gateway for transactions by making it much more secure and faster using the elements of the blockchain.

In particular, certain parts of blockchain technology were apparently utilized because of its ability to move a greater amount of information or capital as compared to the currently existing framework.

To kickstart the new service, Visa partnered with IBM, Bottomline Technologies and fintech firm FIS. At an early stage, payments company undertook cryptographic ledger systems builder Chain to initiate the latest innovation. 

As the payments giant entered the blockchain ecosystem and major banks across the globe planning to diffuse their operations, it will be beneficial for the users in the near future.

Chayanika is a full-time cryptocurrency journalist at AMBCrypto. A graduate in Political Science and Journalism, her writing is centered around regulation and policy-making regarding the cryptocurrency sector.