Visa says Coinbase is not at fault for overcharging cryptocurrency holders

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It turns out that the issuer of the Visa card is, in fact, the culprit of an increasingly messy Coinbase customer support nightmare that has seen multi-user cryptocurrency accounts hit with multiple transactions, unauthorized withdrawals and other fees. unexplainable The problem began to take hold in the online encryption communities earlier this month, and Coinbase responded for the first time last week citing a change in the way credit card companies classify transactions in digital currency. The company at that time said it had identified a solution.
Late on Friday, Coinbase revealed on Twitter that it was Visa that was actually investing the value of several weeks of old transactions under a new merchant category code, or MCC, which is used to classify a business or …

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