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CoinTelegraph takes a look at six of the market’s best Bitcoin debit cards: Bitplastic, Shift, CryptoPay, Wirex, Xapo, and BitPay.
CoinTelegraph contacted the eight major providers of Bitcoin debit cards with the question: Can Bitcoin debit cards really be private or anonymous?
Prepaid debit cards will be subjected to tightened regulations by October 2017, users can top up their cards using Bitcoin.
Altcoin fans can now use their favorite cryptocurrencies to load a virtual VISA card.
Coinbase has launched debit card payments in the US. The debit and credit card payments were already available to Coinbase’s European customers.
Debit card manufacturer Wirex now enables its users to fund their cards with Ethereum, Monero, Litecoin, and 12 more Altcoins.
Wirex Limited announced the release of Wirex. The new app will integrate all the features of E-Coin, the virtual Bitcoin Debit Card, while adding more features.
Uber, a US$68 billion transportation network and technology company, launched its signature debit card network in Latin America, in cooperation with fintech bank Bankaool.
Massive security breach puts Indian banking at risk. 3.2 mln debit cards may lose money. It is time to switch to digital currencies.
Emercoin partners with Load Debit Card® for mutual benefits and plans many more partnerships for 2016.
The Bitcoin debit card looks set to inject some serious convenience into transacting with digital currency.
How to actually buy bitcoins is one of the most frustrating, trickiest, and most inconvenient parts of getting started with digital currency.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Bitwala has introduced its new Bitcoin Debit Card in Europe that allows direct payments to be made.
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.
Pioneering Australian startup Diamond Circle is set to launch its products internationally in UK and US, it has revealed.
On November 20th Coinbase announced the launch of the Shift Card.
Danish virtual currency bourse the Crypto Coins Exchange Denmark ApS (CCEDK) has announced a launch of its next-generation payment card - the Bitcoin Debit NanoCard.
The European Parliament has passed a deal to cap the fees at 0.2% that banks charge retailers to process payments in a move that could undermine one of bitcoin’s main competitive advantages in the EU.
The Walker Sands 2015 Future of Retail survey of 1,400 online consumers across the United States found that study participants consider mobile wallets and applications the least secure form of payment, ranking behind personal checks and cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.
ANX has eliminated the problem of exchanging Bitcoin for fiat currencies with its first-of-its-kind Bitcoin debit card.
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