When Payments Go Programmable

CoinDesk published this video item, entitled “When Payments Go Programmable” – below is their description.

Dan Schulman, PayPal president and CEO, and Jose Fernandez da Ponte, PayPal SVP & GM for blockchain, crypto & digital currencies take the main stage at CoinDesk’s Consensus 2022. Moderator: Alan Murray, Fortune Media (USA) Corporation CEO.

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