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BREAKING – A new deal between payments giant NCR and NYDIG will bring Bitcoin purchases to 650 U.S. banks and credit unions. NCR offers ATMs and kiosks in 160 countries.
650 U.S. banks will soon be able to offer bitcoin purchases to an estimated 24 million total customers. As part of the deal, between enterprise payments giant NCR and digital asset management firm NYDIG, community banks including North Carolina-based First Citizens Bank and credit unions including Bay Federal Credit Union in California will be able to offer their clients cryptocurrency trading through mobile applications built by the payments provider.
In other trending Crypto News today: Ethereum Could Surge Above $20,000 on Back of This Emerging Crypto Sector, According to Coin Bureau! The pseudonymous host of Coin Bureau thinks Ethereum has the potential to surge past $20,000 with the help of an emerging sector of the crypto markets.
In a new video, the popular analyst who goes by Guy says that decentralized finance (DeFi) and its ability to replicate the services of traditional finance without the drawbacks will be the catalyst that pushes Ethereum to the stratosphere.
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