Alongside VISA, Tala, and Circle, one of the companies behind USDC, the cooperation aims to provide access to digital assets in emerging markets. Initially, Tala will enable unbanked users to access this stablecoin in a digital wallet.
Thus, they will be able to make cross-border transactions and access fiat to crypto services. In addition, Visa will issue cards with funds linked to the wallet. In doing so, these users will have the capacity to spend their crypto balance in over 70 million merchants around the world.
(…) we’ve been really interested to see how they could have the potential to help consumers in markets where they don’t have great access to financial services.
Shivani Siroya, Tala’s CEO, claimed that their main goal is for people to send remittances at a low cost. The Santa Monica-based company has clients in Mexico, Kenya, India, and other countries in the Asian continent. The cooperation with the SDF, Visa, and Circle is Tala’s first jump into the crypto space. SDF’S CEO, Denelle Dixon, said the following on the cooperation:
By working with innovators like Tala mobile, Visa, Circle who share our vision that financial inclusion is a right, not a privilege, we can bring the benefits of tech to emerging markets & take a step closer to our mission of equitable access to the global financial system!
Stellar (XLM) On A Bullish Trajectory
Stellar Lumen native token XLM seems to be positively reacting to this announcement. At the time of writing, XLM trades at $0,65 with a 13.4% rally in the daily chart. In the higher timeframes, the cryptocurrency seems more bullish with a 31.7% and 23.4% rally.
Trader Pentoshi took the opportunity to take a long position. The operator believes XLM’s rally has gone unnoticed after it managed to break out of its 680-day range. Pentoshi added the following:
XLM beginning its breakout. There’s little to no resistance built because of the inefficiencies on the moves shown. Probably goes higher than people think because of the 680-day range. Holders outperform traders.