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Western Union Expressing Her Interest In Integrating Cryptocurrency And Blockchain Into Her Services

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Last updated on May 5th, 2021 at 08:27 am

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As was gathered from Yahoo Finance

American based financial service providers, Western Union is finally ready for cryptocurrencies. In a video interview with Reuters Plus, Western Union President Odilon Almeida said the company has been evaluating the use of cryptocurrency. Western Union is also exploring how they can improve their service delivery using blockchain technology. Western Union is interested in adopting cryptocurrencies as an option for users to exchange for fiat currencies. However, Almeida said the move would only see the light of day if it connects with a global audience.

Almeida also touched on some of the limitations of cryptocurrencies and why they haven’t achieved mainstream adoption. He listed volatility, governance, and compliance, as the three stumbling blocks against its growth.

“Stablecoins are actively working toward solving the problem of volatility in crypto markets”.

Almeida said:

Almeida also said that Western Union is ready today to adopt any kind of currency.

We already operate with 130 currencies. If we one day feel like it’s the right strategy to introduce cryptocurrencies to our platform, technology-wise it’s just one more currency. I think cryptocurrency may become one more option of currency, or assets, around the globe to be exchanged between people and businesses. If that happens, we will be ready to launch.

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