Worldpay to process card purchases and sales for

Worldpay is taking on the role of global blockchain validator for

The company will be responsible for processing card-based purchases and sales of cryptocurrencies for the crypto platform’s Chain – a public blockchain which facilitates worldwide transactions between people and businesses.

As part of the partnership, Worldpay will provide global merchant acquiring services to support the platform's continued growth and global expansion. currently has around 10 million customers. Through its App, Visa Card, and Exchange, consumers can purchase and spend in over 250 cryptocurrencies.

“Worldpay has provided innovative solutions and services to the crypto industry for the past eight years and we’re delighted to have been selected by to help them take cryptocurrencies to a wider global market,” said Nabil Manji, head of crypto and emerging business, Worldpay from FIS. “Interest in cryptocurrencies has never been greater, and it is now more important than ever to make these new technologies more accessible to more people."

Kris Marszalek, co-founder and chief executive of, said: “By becoming a validator of our Chain and providing its best-in-class global merchant acquiring services, Worldpay will greatly contribute to our vision of making cryptocurrency accessible to everyone. We look forward to collaborating with Worldpay to advance the growth of cryptocurrency and digital assets.”

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