A debit card linked to the Wedge app has been introduced by the spending platform Wedge and Visa.
In a press statement announcing the collaboration, Wedge stated that it will enable it to grow its service, which allows customers to spend from “balances maintained at other banks and financial platforms.”
Users may “finance daily transactions by using any asset in their Wedge wallet, including stocks, cryptocurrencies, ETFs, and cash,” according to the Austin-based company’s app.
Wedge CEO Billy Roberts noted in the statement that the partnership with Visa will increase its global consumer base and broaden its reach. In accordance with a license from Visa U.S.A., the Wedge Visa debit card is issued by Wedge’s program manager working with a bank partner.
Spending platform Wedge and Visa have launched a debit card connected to the Wedge app.
Wedge said that the partnership will allow it to expand its service, which lets users spend money from “balances kept at other banks and financial platforms.”
The Austin-based company’s app states that users may “finance daily transactions by utilizing any asset in their Wedge wallet, including stocks, cryptocurrencies, ETFs, and cash.”
Billy Roberts, the CEO of Wedge, said in a statement that the collaboration with Visa will grow their clientele and reach internationally. The Wedge Visa debit card is issued by Wedge’s program manager in collaboration with a bank partner in compliance with a license from Visa U.S.A.