Mastercard announces acquisition of the crypto intelligence firm CipherTrace

Mastercard announces acquisition of the crypto intelligence firm CipherTrace

The US-based financial services firm Mastercard recently announced that the company is planning to acquire CipherTrace, one of the leading crypto intelligence companies.

Mastercard, the US-based financial services firm, recently announced that the company is planning to acquire CipherTrace, one of the leading crypto intelligence companies, to enhance its capabilities in the field of digital assets. The terms of the deal were not disclosed, and the transaction is expected to close before the end of 2021. Major financial institutions have shown increased interest in the crypto sector this past year.

Mastercard also highlighted the growing adoption of cryptocurrencies.

In the recent announcement, financial service provider giant Mastercard also highlighted the growing adoption of cryptocurrencies. The financial firm also outlined the importance of trust and security in crypto transactions and mentioned that the new integrated offering would support businesses through greater transparency. Users will be able to manage regulatory and compliance obligations related to digital assets. “With the rapid growth of the crypto ecosystem comes the need to ensure it is trusted and safe. Our aim is to build upon the complementary capabilities of Mastercard and CipherTrace to do just this,” Ajay Bhalla, President Cyber & Intelligence at Mastercard, said. 

More and more consumers are planning to use digital currencies for payments by 2022.

Earlier this year, Mastercard had released the results of its recent survey regarding the popularity and adoption of digital currencies across the world. According to the results, around 40% of consumers across North America, Latin America, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Africa, and the Asian Pacific are planning to use cryptocurrencies for payments by 2022. Due to the recent introduction of crypto regulations by global financial regulatory authorities, crypto firms have increased KYC requirements to counter the potential involvement of digital currencies in illegal activities.

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