The UK-based cryptocurrency platform, Paybis now allows users to buy Bitcoin with credit card.
Wirex has announced the launch of its mobile banking solution for international and domestic transfers, following a successful round of beta testing.
Wirex explains why the sole name is the best solution and assures E-Coin customers not to be bothered by the rebranding.
Coinbase has partnered with Shift Payments to issue a new bitcoin debit card that can be used by US residents at merchants accepting VISA.
On Wednesday, European Bitcoin exchange BitStamp launched a pre-paid debit card program to enable its clients to get USD, EUR or GBP denominated prepaid debit virtual or plastic cards.
Online payment platform NETELLER added bitcoin payment feature to its services via partnership with BitPay.
Australian company CoinJar launched new bitcoin credit card service, enabling users to spend cryptocurrency in retail stores.
Bitcoin could provide merchants and consumers with better fraud protection at lower cost comparing to credit cards.
Bitcoin vault Xapo announced it is to launch its much-awaited bitcoin debit card this month.
Brazilian Bitcoincompany Bitinvest has introduced a prepaid MasterCard that can be loaded with Bitcoins and used throughout Brazil.