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The Bitcoin debit card looks set to inject some serious convenience into transacting with digital currency.
E-coin is looking to position itself as the most useful and comfortable tool for spending bitcoin anywhere in the world with the rollout of their cypto debit cards.
Bitcoin-Wave, a Seychelles incorporated Bitcoin exchange dedicated to the European market, announces it will soon offer Bitcoin debit cards, enabling users to make transactions in the Euro-zone for free.
Once a mere novelty, Bitcoin debit cards are getting smarter and their providers are stepping up to ensure their products have a tangible competitive advantage.
CoinTelegraph spoke with E-coin founders Pavel Matveev and Dmitry Lazarichev about competition in the bitcoin debit card market, the importance of multi-sig security, and crowd investment with BnkToTheFuture.
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Announced March 25, Bitwage is partnering with Xapo to create the world’s first international bitcoin payroll debit card. This is a big step forward for bitcoin practicality in the workplace, and in everyday life.
The growth in the bitcoin-funded debit card world shows a future path for the digital currency.
Debit card supplier Xapo put themselves in a quandary by first promising low transaction fees when they claimed users will be charged a $15 one-time flat fee and now supposedly changed the schedule.
SpectroCoin launched a debit card that can be loaded with digital currency, Xapo faces more legal troubles and more news.
Australian Bitcoin debit card operator Diamond Circle has announced the initial deployment of the world’s first cashless Bitcoin ATM.
Technology such as new toy from SmartMetric, Inc. – credit card analogy for cryptocurrency with a fancy fingerprint recognition technique.
Prepaid debit cards will be subjected to tightened regulations by October 2017, users can top up their cards using Bitcoin.
CoinTelegraph contacted the eight major providers of Bitcoin debit cards with the question: Can Bitcoin debit cards really be private or anonymous?
WireX has released the first two-way bitcoin debit card with a buy bitcoin function. It will allow its users to fund their bitcoin accounts from anywhere through traditional bank transfers and alternative payment methods.
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