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8 Crypto Debit Cards You Can Use Around the World Right Now

January 20, 2019 |

Crypto Cards You Can Use to Spend Your Digital Coins

Cryptocurrencies are gradually becoming a viable payment option across a range of markets and jurisdictions. If there is a tool that significantly expands the usability of digital coins in a world still dominated by traditional payment systems, it’s the crypto debit card. A growing number of reliable platforms offer the fintech product to bitcoin enthusiasts.

Also read: Crypto Cards Are Legal in Russia, According to the Finance Ministry

Established Crypto Card Providers in the U.S.

Bitpay, which processed over $ 1 billion in payments during a bearish 2018, offers users in all U.S. states a convenient way to spend their cryptocurrencies online and in store. Its prepaid Visa card is tied to a cryptocurrency wallet that supports instant conversion from bitcoin core (BTC) and bitcoin cash (BCH) to U.S. dollars and local fiat currencies outside the country.

8 Crypto Debit Cards You Can Use Around the World Right Now

Bitpay’s crypto card is available to U.S. residents only. To apply, it is necessary to provide a home address, a valid government-issued ID and social security number. There’s a fee of $ 9.95 that covers the cost of issuing and a dormancy fee of $ 5 a month following a 90-day period of inactivity. A currency conversion fee of 3 percent is applied each time the card is used outside the U.S. Withdrawing cash at an ATM costs $ 2 in the United States and $ 3 abroad.

Shift, another card available in the U.S., allows users to connect to their Coinbase accounts. The Visa card has no maintenance fee but a 3 percent commission is charged on international transactions. ATM withdrawals cost $ 2.50 in the United States and $ 3.50 in other jurisdictions. The card itself is $ 20. Shift supports BTC only and offers fee-free conversion from bitcoin core to U.S. dollars.

Major Crypto Debit Cards Available in Europe

Wirex is the first choice for many Europeans. The U.K.-based startup offers both virtual and physical Visa debit cards, and the plastic version comes with chip and PIN. They are currently available to residents of the European Economic Area (EEA), where Iban support was introduced for all EUR accounts. However, the company plans to offer its services in North American and Asian markets as well.

Users can load the card with bitcoin core (BTC), ethereum (ETH), ripple (XRP), litecoin (LTC), and waves, the latter having been added recently. Card holders can spend three leading fiat currencies – euros, U.S. dollars and British pounds. Wirex users pay a $ 1.50 card management fee each month. ATM withdrawals within Europe cost $ 2.50, and $ 3.50 elsewhere. In-store purchases are rewarded with 0.5 percent crypto cashback in BTC.

8 Crypto Debit Cards You Can Use Around the World Right Now

Revolut, another British company, offers up to 1 percent cashback in cryptocurrency for payments made with its Revolut Metal card. For less than $ 16 a month, the digital bank’s premium service provides clients with access to five major coins – BTC, BCH, ETH, XRP, and LTC – and the ability to pay in over 150 fiat currencies. The contactless card, which can be used anywhere Mastercard is accepted, comes with fee-free ATM withdrawals up to €600 per month (~$ 680).

Cryptopay issues another card in both virtual and physical form. The latter has a chip and costs $ 15. The contactless card is currently issued only in Russia, where it has a 1 percent loading fee and a monthly service fee of 65 Russian rubles, less than a dollar. Cryptopay is planning to bring its cards to Singapore. The payment provider supports BTC, ETH, LTC, and XRP. A fee of $ 2.50 is applied to withdrawals from teller machines and each exchange transaction is charged a 3 percent commission.

Some Newcomers in the Market

A number of payment providers and fintech startups have launched new cryptocurrency debits cards in the past few months. These platforms are trying to attract the attention of crypto users around the world and prove themselves as alternatives to the well-established products on the market.

Fuzex is cryptocurrency payment card project that last summer chose bitcoin cash (BCH) as its base cryptocurrency. It also supports ETH and the platform’s own token, FXT. Fuzex cards are currently issued to residents of Europe and the APAC region. The physical card is NFC payment enabled. It comes with an EMV chip and a barcode display.

Crypto.com, a Hong Kong-headquartered company formerly known as Monaco, announced in October it’s starting to ship its MCO Visa cards to customers in Singapore. The prepaid cards are linked to a mobile wallet that allows holders to buy, sell, store, send, and track digital coins such as BTC, ETH, Binance’s BNB token, the platform’s own MCO tokens as well as major fiat currencies.

Aximetria offers a debit card linked to a cryptocurrency wallet which became available to Russian citizens since last year. In November, the Switzerland-based startup told news.Bitcoin.com its platform supports BTC and ETH which can be used for online and offline payments via instant conversion to fiat. The company is partnering with the cryptocurrency exchange Cex.io. The card can be ordered from its iOS app.

Are you using a crypto debit card? Tell us what you like about it in the comments section below.


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Chatter Report: Antonopoulos on Rolling Checkpoints, Vays Defends Song’s Stance on Credit Cards

January 15, 2019 |

Antonopoulos on Rolling Checkpoints, Vays Defends Song’s Stance on Credit Cards

In today’s roundup of crypto chatter, Andreas Antonopoulos explains rolling checkpoints and how consensus is achieved between miners, developers, exchanges, merchants, and wallets. Chris DeRose believes new Bitcoin pundits are toxic compared to the old ones. Also, Tone Vays defends Jimmy Song’s position on using credit cards over bitcoin.  

Also read: Hash Wars: A Successful BCH Upgrade and a ‘High Risk’ Exchange Listing  

Andreas Antonopoulos Explains Rolling Checkpoints

Recently, Mastering Bitcoin author Andreas Antonopoulos released a video that explained his thoughts on the rolling 10-block checkpoint that prevents reorganizations of the BCH chain. In the video, he explained that the rolling checkpoint is a feature to protect BCH against secret mining, which could have been used to cause disruption or initiate a hostile takeover of the ABC chain. He also noted that the implementation of rolling checkpoints has the effect of shifting some power away from miners and giving it to developers.

Then, Antonopoulos explained that consensus is a multi-constituency mechanism and that checkpoints are a matter of the relative power of two constituencies in consensus. The common misconception is that consensus is achieved only between miners and developers. Instead, he argues that consensus is achieved between five different groups with overlapping influence and power: miners, developers, exchanges, merchants, and wallets. All of these parties contribute to emergent consensus.

Thus, the decision to side with rolling checkpoints is subjective to each of the five groups. Some may believe rolling checkpoints are justified as certain parties have threatened to spend millions of dollars purely to damage the ABC chain, while others may not.

Regardless of their stance, each of the five groups will express their position through a consensus vote. By deciding what software to run on their nodes, they express their consensus vote and contribute to the emergent consensus.

The Old Guard vs the New

Bitcoin Uncensored host Chris DeRose recently took to Twitter to express his views on the evolving Bitcoin community. In his tweets, DeRose explained that the old guard of Bitcoin, comprising figures like Gavin Andresen, Amir Taaki, Roger Ver and many others are being rejected by the Bitcoin community even though they played pivotal roles in ensuring Bitcoin’s early success.

By contrast, the new guard of Bitcoin, like The Bitcoin Standard author Saifedean Ammous, developer Jimmy Song, and Blockstream CSO Samson Mow, have had a negative impact on the Bitcoin community. DeRose explained that the new guard leads by using spite and fear. They also believe that it is ok for bitcoin to lose value, so long as other cryptocurrencies lose value with it.

In response, co-owner of Bitcoin.org Cobra explained to DeRose that the new guard have virtually no influence on Bitcoin. Despite having a large social media following, their influence is negated by others with a large social media presence like Roger Ver and Craig Wright.

A Time and Place for Credit Cards

Recently, Bitcoin commentator Colin compared Song’s infamous statement of using credit cards over bitcoin akin to the CEO of Nike asking people to walk barefoot. Trader Tone Vays has defended Song’s position, and argued that using BTC on sites like Expedia or Cheapair has the same effect as selling BTC on exchanges. This is because some merchants use services like Bitpay and opt to convert all BTC payments for fiat.

What do you think of rolling checkpoints? Let us know in the comments below.


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Rewards Credit Cards Gained a Fanatic Following—Now Banks Are Pulling Back

January 3, 2019 |

Major perks like airfare and cash back were meant to lead to higher returns. But consumers figured out how to game the system. Now banks are trying to figure out how to keep customers happy while cutting extras.
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Why are paper Christmas cards still a thing? Thank millennials

December 22, 2018 |

Party invitations that once came to mailboxes now arrive via email or Facebook, and calendar apps are stiff competition for physical datebooks. Smartphones give us more ways to keep in touch than ever.

But old-fashioned paper greeting cards, delivered via snail mail, remain a holiday staple.

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Behold, the Royal Christmas Cards

December 14, 2018 |

British officials have released the photos chosen by members of the royal family for their Christmas cards. Prince William and his wife Kate are shown outside in casual clothes, their three young children in tow, per the AP . Prince Harry and Meghan chose a black and white motif that shows…
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The Daily: US Bank to Issue Crypto Cards, Coinbase Updates Wallet

November 18, 2018 |

The Daily: US Bank to Issue Crypto Cards, Coinbase Updates Wallet

In Sunday’s edition of The Daily, we cover the upcoming launch of a new Visa debit card that will allow users in the U.S. to spend cryptocurrencies through conversion to fiat. We also mention the updated Coinbase wallet and take a look at an educational course that’s going to reward students with digital coins.    

Also read: New Woe for ICOs, Bitcoin Cash Trading Resumes

Crypto.com to Launch Prepaid Visa Cards in the US

New York-based Metropolitan Commercial Bank and Foris Inc., a Jacksonville, Florida-headquartered affiliate of digital asset wallet provider Crypto.com, are preparing to issue Visa crypto debit cards in the United States. The announcement comes after Crypto.com, a Hong Kong-based company formerly known as Monaco, recently launched its Mco Visa card program in Singapore.

The Daily: US Bank to Issue Crypto Cards, Coinbase Updates Wallet

The prepaid cards, which have no annual, monthly and ATM withdrawal fees, can be ordered from the wallet and card app of the cryptocurrency payment platform. The application allows users to purchase, sell, store, send and track cryptocurrencies. Customers can also use it to spend their digital coins in stores accepting Visa through conversion to fiat money without being charged exchange fees.

Reservations for the Mco Visa cards can be made after users pass an onboarding process which includes ID verification. According to a press release, over 100,000 cards have already been reserved globally. With the wallet app, cardholders will be able to manage the card usage and their crypto and fiat transactions. They can also freeze and unfreeze their cards with a single tap at any moment.

Coinbase Wallet Updated

The Daily: US Bank to Issue Crypto Cards, Coinbase Updates WalletCryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has updated its Ethereum-based wallet to improve its looks and add new functionalities. According to an announcement on Twitter, all supported ERC20 tokens will now show up automatically, along with available values in local fiat currency. That means users will no longer need to manually add the tokens to their portfolios.

The California-based digital asset trading platform has also introduced a new crypto collectibles gallery integrated with Opensea and Rarebits to support hundreds of collectibles. Other changes include improved stability, security, and better gas price estimation. The wallet app has already been updated for iPhone users. The new version for Android phones is expected within the next few days.

Course Rewards Students With Coins

The Daily: US Bank to Issue Crypto Cards, Coinbase Updates WalletAeternity, a company that manages smart contracts, has recently teamed up with peer-to-peer online learning platform Dacade to launch an introductory course for cryptocurrencies and blockchain. The free program is designed to educate users, developers and entrepreneurs on the basics of crypto-related technologies.

Furthermore, students who develop practical use cases will be rewarded with aeternity tokens. According to Coinmarketcap, the Aeternity coin (AE) currently sells for around $ 0.88. The first edition of the course is a non-technical introduction for beginners but the partners plan to soon form advanced learning communities for developers.

Tron Launches Dapp Development Program

The Daily: US Bank to Issue Crypto Cards, Coinbase Updates WalletCryptocurrency project Tron (TRX) has unveiled a $ 1 million program to support developers of decentralized applications (dapps). The accelerator will distribute rewards among 56 teams developing dapps and products based on the Tron protocol.

According to an announcement, the initiative is aimed at supporting the spread of blockchain technologies among users. It comes after Tron recently bought the file-sharing service Bittorrent, the payment service Poppy and launched its Atlas project.

The winners of the three “grand prizes” will divide a pool of $ 550,000. Another eight “special prizes” of $ 30,000 will be awarded to leading projects in several categories, and 42 teams will receive “finalist prizes” worth $ 5,000 each.

What are your thoughts on today’s news tidbits? Tell us in the comments section.


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Bitcoin.com Store Now Offers Hundreds of Top-Branded Gift Cards

November 1, 2018 |

Bitcoin.com Store Now Offers Hundreds of Top-Branded Gift Cards

The Bitcoin.com Store has now partnered with the company Egifter. Thanks to the collaboration, Bitcoin.com Store patrons can purchase an assortment of over 300 top-branded gift cards to stores and restaurants worldwide with bitcoin cash.

Also read: Coinbase Raises $ 300 Million, Reaching $ 8 Billion Valuation

Over 300 Gift Cards for Food, Entertainment, and Top Retail Brands

Last April we re-launched the Bitcoin.com Store, revamping the entire site with the hottest bitcoin merchandise, gear, art, and hardware devices. Ever since, the shop has relentlessly added new items to the store’s vast supply of cryptocurrency-focused products. Now, on Oct. 31, in parallel with the tenth anniversary of Satoshi’s whitepaper, the Bitcoin.com Store has partnered with the gift card service Egifter in order to offer customers a wide variety of gift cards.

Bitcoin.com Store Now Offers Hundreds of Top-Branded Gift Cards

The alliance between Bitcoin.com and Egifter will provide the shop’s visitors with the ability to purchase hundreds of gift cards with bitcoin cash. Essentially, the Egifter Marketplace has been tethered to the Bitcoin.com Store user interface and patrons can simply click the ‘gift cards’ section at the top of the screen. From there, the customer can choose from the assortment of cards and fund them with a specified amount of money. For instance, a customer could choose to purchase a Best Buy gift card in increments of between $ 5-$ 2,000. Gift cards available at the shop include popular places like Applebees, American Eagle, Dunkin Donuts, HBO Now, Macy’s, Nike, Nordstrom, Uber, Panera Bread, Domino’s and many more brands.

Bitcoin.com Store Now Offers Hundreds of Top-Branded Gift Cards
There’s a wide variety of gift cards to choose from at the Bitcoin.com Store.

After choosing a card and a desired amount of funds, the customer can simply choose another gift card to purchase or checkout. At the checkout section, the Bitcoin.com Store uses Bitpay as a payment processor so the item needs to be purchased with a Bitpay Payment Protocol compatible wallet. Following the purchase, the customer will get a virtual gift card that can be redeemed for food, entertainment and hundreds of retail brands.

Spreading Bitcoin Cash Adoption One Step at a Time

Blake Moore, Bitcoin.com’s ecommerce manager, explained that the partnership with Egifter gives bitcoin cash proponents a new method to spend their coins by adding more merchant accessibility. “Well over 300 cards from the world’s top brands are now available to our valued users which adds a great deal of accessibility,” Moore emphasized.

Bitcoin.com Store Now Offers Hundreds of Top-Branded Gift Cards
The Bitcoin.com Store also has a large assortment of Bitcoin swag that can be purchased alongside the newly added gift cards.

Gift cards are available for purchase today and customers can choose from a range of categories such as food and restaurants, music, movies, entertainment, electronics, sports, travel, and more groups of well-known products and services. Bitcoin.com Store patrons will still be able to purchase hardware wallets, BCH swag, t-shirts, and more gear alongside the awesome redeemable gift cards.

Bitcoin.com is a one-stop destination for all things Bitcoin. Providing our visitors with the ability to spend their BCH on gift cards accepted worldwide is just another example of the many steps our site is taking towards spreading bitcoin cash adoption.

What do you think about the Bitcoin.com Store collaboration with Egifter? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below.


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The Daily: September Losses for Most Traders, Crypto Debit Cards Shipped in Singapore

October 27, 2018 |

The Daily: September Losses for Most Traders, Crypto Debit Cards Shipped in Singapore

The majority of cryptocurrency traders recorded losses on their investments last month, according to a report we’ve covered in The Daily. In this edition, we also look at the new debit cards allowing customers in Singapore to spend cryptocurrencies anywhere Visa is accepted and the decision of a large cryptocurrency mining company to move one of its farms from Sweden to Colorado.

Also read: Royal Mint Drops Digital Gold, Malta Issues Warning About Trading Platform

Report Depicts Bleak September

The Daily: September Losses for Most Traders, Crypto Debit Cards Shipped in SingaporeSeptember was a busy but not an optimistic month for the crypto space, according to a report published by OK Blockchain Capital – the investment arm of OK Group, operator of cryptocurrency exchange Okex. The monthly survey among investors found that most of them had suffered small losses (25.47%), “essentially flat” (24.53%) or large losses (23.58%). A little over 14.15% of traders made small gains, while another 5.19% remained on the sidelines. The market situation was rather bleak, the authors have concluded.  

The study confirms a continued downward trend in the value of digital assets throughout September. However, the trading volume rebounded significantly toward the end of the period. According to the aggregated data, the average global daily market cap of digital assets was $ 211.103 billion, down 10.27% from August. At the same time, the transaction volume reached $ 13.526 billion, up 5.15%. The top three cryptocurrency holdings last month were BTC (23.11%), EOS (16.04%) and ETH (12.26%).

The report also lists the industry buzzwords for September, including stablecoins, bitcoin mining machines, Bitmain, and the Ethereum “Difficulty Bomb.” Iran’s decision to recognize cryptocurrency mining, the ongoing court proceedings around the RBI ban in India, and regulatory developments in Japan and the United States are mentioned among the most important global policy news items.  

Crypto Debit Cards Issued to Customers in Singapore

The Daily: September Losses for Most Traders, Crypto Debit Cards Shipped in SingaporeCryptocurrency platform and payment provider Crypto.com has announced it is now shipping the new MCO Visa Cards to customers in Singapore. The prepaid cards are linked to a mobile wallet that allows holders to buy, sell, store, send, and track cryptocurrencies, the company formerly known as Monaco explained in a post published on Medium this week.

With the wallet app, users can order an MCO card, control its usage and manage all transactions. They will also be able to freeze or unfreeze their card. The metal cards come with free ATM withdrawals and no annual or monthly fees. The cards issued by Crypto.com will enable customers to spend digital coins converted to fiat money anywhere Visa is accepted.

The service supports cryptocurrencies like bitcoin core (BTC), ethereum (ETH), Binance coin (BNB) and the platform’s own MCO token as well as major fiat currencies, including the U.S. dollar, euro, British pound, Singapore dollar, Hong Kong dollar, Japanese yen, and Australian dollar.  

MGT Moves 6,000 Miners From Sweden to Colorado

The Daily: September Losses for Most Traders, Crypto Debit Cards Shipped in SingaporeMGT Capital Investments, a company involved in cryptocurrency mining operations in the State of Washington and in Northern Sweden, has announced it concluded a hosting agreement for a new facility in Colorado. MGT has been exploring options to relocate more than 6,000 S9 Antminer devices that are currently installed in its bitcoin farm in the Scandinavian country.

“We have identified and successfully negotiated a deal with a U.S. facility that nicely suits our needs,” said MGT’s Chief Operating Officer, Stephen Schaeffer. “This location is capable of not only providing a cost-effective solution to our relocation needs, but also facilitates our growth plans for 2019,” he added, as quoted in a press release.

The facility in Colorado Springs, a former semiconductor campus, has an initial capacity of 10MW of electricity but the electrical infrastructure can support an additional 30MW of power. MGT Capital intends to complete the relocation and restart mining operations in the new location by the end of 2018.

MGT Capital Investments is one of the largest cryptocurrency mining companies in the U.S. where it operates around 6,800 Bitmain S9 miners.

What are your thoughts on today’s news tidbits? Tell us in the comments section below.


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Bitpay Phases Out Crypto-Debit Cards for European Cardholders

October 4, 2018 |

Bitpay Phases Out Crypto-Debit Cards for European Cardholders

The global cryptocurrency payment service provider, Bitpay, has announced the company’s loadable cryptocurrency debit card services will no longer work for European customers later this month. Bitpay has emailed all of its European card holding customers and revealed it is in the midst of sunsetting all Bitpay accounts related to the Wave Crest-issued Bitpay card.

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Bitpay Is Phasing out Debit Services for European Cardholders

Bitpay Phases Out Crypto-Debit Cards for European CardholdersEight months ago news.Bitcoin.com reported on a slew of cryptocurrency debit cards forced to shut down services because of issues tied to the bank Wave Crest-Holdings. Many crypto-cards had to stop debit card operations because the issuer Wave Crest had its license from Visa revoked. Because of the banking issues, this week the cryptocurrency payment processor Bitpay has revealed that it is phasing out its Wave Crest-issued Bitpay card and associated services.    

“As you know, your Bitpay card’s issuer Wave Crest Holdings Ltd. stopped providing service for your Bitpay Card as of October 2017 or January 2018,” explains the Atlanta-based firm.

Bitpay adds:  

We are now working to sunset Bitpay accounts related to the Wave Crest-issued Bitpay card — In 30 days, we will be turning off access to your Bitpay card dashboard. If you need to store your card’s transaction data for any purpose, please export your transaction data before your card dashboard access ends on Wednesday, October 31st, 2018.       

The Need for More Crypto-to-Debit or Something That Bypasses the Traditional Frictions Associated With Fiat

European Bitpay card users will need to use another card provider if they haven’t already switched over the last six months. At the moment residents from that area can use popular crypto-card issuers such as Revolut, and Wirex for their crypto-to-debit needs. Moreover, there are a few new crypto-to-debit card startups entering the space that plan to provide these services for European customers.

Bitpay Phases Out Crypto-Debit Cards for European Cardholders

The advent of crypto-debit cards has made it easier for digital asset enthusiasts to spend their coins but the system is still tethered to the traditional financial network. In many ways, the model is still dealing with a fiat exchange and trading those coins for the user’s purchases. Additionally, former Bitpay cardholder can access a guide to extracting a comma-separated value (CSV) files that contain all of the user’s transactions for record keeping and tax purposes.    

What do you think about the Bitpay card no longer servicing European countries? What cards do you know of work good in the region? Let us know your thoughts about this subject in the comments section below.


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Airlines Cash In on Loyalty Credit Cards

August 27, 2018 |

Airlines are inundating customers with credit-card offers, hoping to widen a lucrative and steady revenue stream as they rely more on income beyond fares.
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