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November 10, 2015, 05:17:14 AM
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There are many bitcoin powered cards (debit/prepaid and even virtual) and I just couldn't find any updated list. I've gathered all the bitcoin card providers I could find. The post below is an actively updated list of bitcoin debit card providers. Feel free to throw a tip my way:
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WARNING! DO NOT TRUST ANY OF THE PROVIDERS BLINDLY. Do your due diligence if you're going to use their services.

Readily available cards:

ANX

https://anxpro.com/pages/card

BitBay PLN cards only

https://bitbay.net/cards/index

Bitnation

https://bitnation.co/order/bitcoin-mastercard-debit-card/

BitPay Card

https://bitpay.com/visa/

Bitstamp

https://www.bitstamp.net/article/bitstamp-new-usd-eur-gbp-denominated-debit-card/

Bitwala

https://www.bitwala.io/card/

Capitalist.net (partner of livecoin.net)

https://capitalist.net/fees (third tab for card fees)

Coinomat

https://coinomat.com/cards.php

CoinsBank (formerly Bit-X)

https://coinsbank.com/cards-details

Cryptopay.me

https://cryptopay.me/bitcoin-debit-card

GCX

https://gcx.io/

Goldmoney

https://www.goldmoney.com/personal/goldmoney-mastercard

Mistertango/Btc-exchange.com

https://mistertango.com

Mobi

https://www.mobi.me/fees

Okpay

https://www.okpay.com/en/personal/payment-cards/okpay/

Payeer

https://payeer.com/en/mastercard/

Satoshitango

https://www.satoshitango.com/

Shakepay

https://shakepay.co

Shift U.S. residents only

https://www.shiftpayments.com/coinbase

Unichange

https://unichange.me/debit_cards

Uphold USD prepaid only

https://uphold.com/en/blog/posts/uphold/spend-uphold-money-anywhere-mastercard-r-is-accepted

WageCan

https://www.wagecan.com/

Upcoming Services:

ALFAcashier Pre-Orders

https://www.alfacashier.com/debitcard-order

Bonpay

https://bonpay.com/



Related services

https://loaddebitcard.com/

https://www.leupay.eu/



Questionable
Services of the providers in this category are of questionable quality as no user reviews (neither positive or negative) are to be found anywhere.

AltoCenter

https://altocenter.com/#/debit

CoinJar Australia only

https://www.coinjar.eu/spend

Lavapay

https://www.lavapay.com/en/services/virtual-cards-fees.html

Loadoo

https://loadoo.com/en/


Quarantine
The providers in this category have been offering their services for quite some time now, but issues are reported by users from time to time.

Advcash

http://advcash.com/en/solutions/card/

Bitplastic

https://bitplastic.com/

Coinizy | See why

https://www.coinizy.com/

Spectrocoin | See why

https://spectrocoin.com/en/bitcoin-debit-card.html

Wirex (e-coin) | See why

https://wirexapp.com/ / https://www.e-coin.io

Xapo

https://in.xapo.com/campaign/debit/


On Hold
Cards you currently can't order/use

The Rock Trading

https://www.therocktrading.com/en/pages/card

Uquid

https://uquid.com/account/register/a?u=UQ847634


Scams

The below services are likely scams, or of very dubious reputation. Stay away.
exkash.com

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Spreadsheet of cards created and maintained by mogrith:
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November 10, 2015, 10:35:17 AM
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Thanks for the good list. Now i get an alternative to e-coin. Last time i have contacted them and they say sorry that they can't send card to my country (Nepal). If i get lucky i think i can get card from one of the above.

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November 10, 2015, 10:41:42 AM
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It would also be helpful if you could add the pros and cons of those debit cards and also how to avail and the it's price. It'll be easier to compare which one is better if it can be easily seen in this thread. Btw, thanks for the list. I've been thinking of getting one but then I'm still having second thoughts if I can really make use of it here in my country.  Cheesy
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November 10, 2015, 10:42:14 AM
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Good list but might wanna add some reviews + features/limitations and fees. Making a table similar to https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CA5gmpZW4AAdmG2.png should help.
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November 10, 2015, 05:26:17 PM
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Thank you for taking your time to compile this list, i will prefer bitstamp and okpay bitcoin debit cards, it is just my choice nothing personal.

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November 12, 2015, 03:07:54 AM
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satoshitango

https://www.satoshitango.com/














 

 

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November 12, 2015, 04:56:03 AM
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Can you add information about each one like basic fees such as activation, PoS, atm withdrawal, loading etc. Also maybe stuff about limits and whether verification is required.

Also, do you know which of those have virtual cards so that I don't need to order a physical one? And which work in the US.

BTW, should bitplastic really be there? It is run by a known scammer so it is highly likely to be a scam.
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November 12, 2015, 05:37:44 AM
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Can you add information about each one like basic fees such as activation, PoS, atm withdrawal, loading etc. Also maybe stuff about limits and whether verification is required.

Also, do you know which of those have virtual cards so that I don't need to order a physical one? And which work in the US.

BTW, should bitplastic really be there? It is run by a known scammer so it is highly likely to be a scam.

It takes quite a bit of effort to add so many details...

This is a list of all bitcoin powered cards I could find, the disclaimer is there for a reason as I can't vouch for the honesty of any of the above services. Nobody should trust any provider blindly. Bitplastic is functional as per deepdotweb however if someone has proof that it's a scam I'll remove it.















 

 

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November 20, 2015, 02:40:55 PM
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New addition

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https://www.shiftpayments.com/















 

 

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November 20, 2015, 07:48:38 PM
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I am planning to order WAGECAN
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November 20, 2015, 08:03:24 PM
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I am planning to order WAGECAN

That's great, feel free to follow up with your experience if you end up putting an order and receiving a card.














 

 

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November 20, 2015, 10:50:29 PM
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It would also be helpful if you could add the pros and cons of those debit cards and also how to avail and the it's price. It'll be easier to compare which one is better if it can be easily seen in this thread. Btw, thanks for the list. I've been thinking of getting one but then I'm still having second thoughts if I can really make use of it here in my country.  Cheesy

would be a huge list and updated will be needed because the terms change from time to time.

administrate such list would be worse than the signature review topic, plus people's money and data will be evolved

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November 20, 2015, 11:00:09 PM
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can someone tell me if there is any bitcoin debitcard available for free
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November 20, 2015, 11:02:36 PM
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can someone tell me if there is any bitcoin debitcard available for free
No, there are no Debit cards that are available for free. No business would do that, it isn't profitable. If you want to use a debit card, you should have enough money to pay the fee anyways. If you only have a few dollars worth of Bitcoin, getting a debit card is not worth it.
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November 20, 2015, 11:21:50 PM
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can someone tell me if there is any bitcoin debitcard available for free

SatoshiTango claims that we can get their virtual or plastic bitcoin debit card now from 0 USD (free). But looks like you have to create an account to find more information about the fees.
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November 21, 2015, 12:05:24 AM
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Anyone know which ones work smoothly in North America?
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November 21, 2015, 12:34:15 AM
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can someone tell me if there is any bitcoin debitcard available for free

SatoshiTango claims that we can get their virtual or plastic bitcoin debit card now from 0 USD (free). But looks like you have to create an account to find more information about the fees.
thank i just need one to convince some friends about the reality of bitcoin
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November 21, 2015, 07:10:52 AM
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I made a change in the list to include upcoming cards. The ones that are readily available were marked as such.

New additions are three upcoming cards:

bitcoincard

mycelium.com/bitcoincard

billpayforcoins debitcard

billpayforcoins.com/debitcardinfo.php


2017 edit: don't bother with billpayforcoins, there are scam accusations against them and their card is still in pre-order phase more than a year later.

2017 edit 2: forget all of the above.














 

 

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November 21, 2015, 07:53:44 AM
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Also I found a related service, they claim to be able to load bank accounts and cards in exchange for crypto

https://loaddebitcard.com/

and a service that everywhere I searched about it it said that it was a scam

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November 21, 2015, 07:18:41 PM
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I would be greatly beneficial if someone could make a neat overview with pro's and cons of every card.

A table like overview with fees, limits and personal experience. This would make it perfect to see which cards are good and which are... fishy.

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