Ripple Rumor: MoneyGram and Visa’s New P2P Debit Card May Use XRP Based On Past Partnership
A very interesting rumor has surfaced in the crypto world this week. MoneyGram has recently announced a partnership with Visa to create a new P2P debit card. Now, the XRP community believes that XRP tokens may be involved in this deal.
The official press release affirms that this new P2P system will be used for money transfers in the U. S. People will be able to send money domestically using the app, which will use Visa Direct.
Visa Direct is a platform that is being used by Visa for payments all over the world. According to Alex Holmes, the chief of MoneyGram, the company is always focused on creating the best experiences and to empower its users to send money to family and friends.
The Rumors About the XRP Use
As you may know, MoneyGram was recently acquired by Ripple. This prompted several people on the internet to believe that the new debit card service may use XRP tokens as a way to transfer money. This would, according to the community, be a huge boost for the popularity of the crypto asset.
XRP tokens are very good for quick international transactions, so the community is betting that the service will be used for international payments when the service finally startds to be used outside of the U. S.
Obviously, many people still doubt this theory and so should you. Despite how quickly this rumor grew in the XRP community, there is absolutely no real indication that the whole theory is true. We’ll still have to wait for a long time before we can be certain that XRP will indeed be used in this new product.