More and more merchants are accepting digital currency for transactions. However, the number of websites and physical locations taking them is still somewhat limited.
Ok, you’ve got a stash of crypto but spending it is proving to be a hassle.
London crypto-payments company Wirex has just announced its partnership with Japanese SBI Holdings. The joint venture aims to provide Japanese customers with bitcoin and cryptocurrency payment cards.
BitPay Visa Prepaid Debit Card allows converting bitcoin into a spendable dollar, euro, or pound balance in just few minutes.
The leading Spanish Bitcoin company Bitnovo offers free virtual VISA cards to celebrate its expansion to more than 130 countries worldwide.
Wirex has announced the launch of its mobile banking solution for international and domestic transfers, following a successful round of beta testing.
Wirex offered its customers a reliable, easy and low-cost way to but bitcoin with the world’s largest online payment system PayPal.
Wirex Limited has introduced the first two-way bitcoin debit card to enable users purchase the virtual currency and send their funds to anywhere around the world.
E-coin is one of the leading providers of bitcoin debit cards all over the world.
Coinbase has partnered with Shift Payments to issue a new bitcoin debit card that can be used by US residents at merchants accepting VISA.
The world’s first truly international Bitcoin bank NextBank is preparing to launch during 2016 after successfully raising 950 000 USD seed investment capital. NextBank is now taking early registrations.
NextBank is planning to launch a new bitcoin banking platform that will make it easier for bitcoin community to use financial services worldwide.
NextBank’s mission is to provide advanced banking services for Bitcoin and cryptocurrency users worldwide. NextBank will offer international Debit Cards, accounts denominated in both fiat such as USD and various cryptocurrencies, SWIFT transfers, an escrow service, currency exchange, and much more.