Google Pay is a popular digital payment service from Google. They are now planning to make it more attractive by adding features like crypto payments.
In a new Bloomberg report, Google’s Commerce President Bill Reddy announced that Google has appointed Arnold Goldberg, a former PayPal executive, as part of the company’s widespread promotion of financial services, including cryptocurrencies.
Recruited Arnold Goldberg as Vice President and General Manager for Payments and Emerging Market Efforts. This project is called Google Next Billion Users or NBU.
Google has not yet confirmed plans to add support for crypto payments to its digital wallet app. However, Reddy stated, “Crypto is something we pay close attention to. As consumer demand and merchant demand expand, so do we.”
This indicates that as the crypto market expands and demand for the feature grows, we may see Google incorporating this feature into their wallet.
Ready also revealed that Google will soon be adding more features to make Google Pay a more comprehensive digital wallet. Digital ticket support, airline passes and vaccine passports are some of these upcoming features. The move comes after Google abandoned plans to add bank accounts to its payment app.
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