Mycelium, the known creators of what is called The Default Bitcoin Wallet, have partnered with the self-described “leading global fintech and blockchain technology company,” BlocPal International, to bring more features to the Mycelium Wallet with a focus on crypto-fiat, according to a press release from the group.
This will ensure that customers have “more options” when it comes to fiat and crypto conversions, and will also provide Mycelium users based in NA regions to have a credit card that they can use to load their wallets.
These cards will eventually be moved to UK, South America, and European users, the release continues.
Speaking on the matter is Alexander Kuzmin, the founder and CEO of Mycelium, who said:
“This strategic partnership with BlocPal helps us continue to scale as a global, consumer focused brand. By offering more options to use crypto together with traditional fiat payment transactions and bank cards, we are able to deliver a powerful, fully integrated experience to our users.”
Once this upgrade occurs, this wallet will ensure users on the Mycelium wallet can build BlocPal blockchain wallet addresses, they can deposit Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin SV, Litecoin, and USDT in their addresses.