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RocketFuel CEO on Advancing Crypto Use in Business Payments

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RocketFuel Payment Solutions CEO Peter Jensen joined Steve Darling from Proactive to discuss the company's approach to leveraging blockchain technology for monetary transactions in an interview with Steve Darling from Proactive. Jensen highlighted the strategic use of stablecoins to facilitate efficient, transparent, and secure money transfers, particularly in business-to-business (B2B) transactions and payments to subsidiaries or vendors abroad, such as sending $50 million to Singapore.

One key advantage of stablecoins, according to Jensen, is their growing acceptance among large corporations that manage multi-currency accounts. These corporations can leverage stablecoins to access whichever currency is most favorable in different scenarios, enhancing flexibility and cost-effectiveness in cross-border transactions.

Jensen also touched on the broader economic and strategic implications of cryptocurrency adoption, likening it to the introduction of the euro. He noted the increasing strategic alliances among BRICS countries developing their own blockchain-based currencies as alternatives to the U.S. dollar, with the aim of achieving economic and strategic autonomy.

Furthermore, Jensen highlighted the widespread adoption of blockchain technology among major companies, citing partners like PayPal and Ripple. This integration reflects a broader trend toward the systemic incorporation of stablecoins into global financial practices, signaling the increasing importance of blockchain-based solutions in the modern economy.

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