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April 23, 2016, 10:03:50 PM
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I use wagecan never had any problems Ive used it at amazon also bought gas with it so far its the only one I trusted it and worked out good

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April 24, 2016, 07:24:55 PM
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Added:
Bitnation

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

http://about.bitwa.la/bitwala-is-introducing-the-bitcoin-debit-card/

Added under new category, Questionable:
AltoCenter

https://altocenter.com/#/debit

coinizy

https://www.coinizy.com/














 

 

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April 25, 2016, 08:43:42 AM
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I'm also adding CoinJar in the Questionable category as I couldn't find any negative information about their product.














 

 

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April 26, 2016, 02:42:05 PM
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Ok everyone, I plan on giving the OP a MAJOR update. What do you think of the following table format and details? Please post suggestions. Also, you should know that I'll crowdsource this and I'll be paying for data entry. Once we've settled with a nice table format I'll unlock this topic and start accepting submissions first come first serve.



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CARD NAME
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LOAD FEE
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ORDER COST
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MONTHLY FEES A/I
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POS FEES
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ATM FEES
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CURRENCY CONVERSION
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*name here*
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*load here*
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*order here*
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*monthly here*
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*pos*
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*atm *
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*cc here*
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CARD NAME must be the full advertised name of the card using the following format "[provider company] card name [currencies]", like this: Coinsbank Anonymous Limited USD/EUR.

If a card with the same name and by the same provider company has different fee structures for specific fiat currencies they must be separate entries.

LOAD FEE is the amount deducted when loading money for use with the card.

ORDER COST is the cost to have the card ready for use (can include issuance, shipping and activation costs).

MONTHLY FEES A/I are the fees users have to pay per month, A stands for active and I stands for inactive. For example, the Coinsbank Anonymous Limited USD/EUR card has 2.95$/2.95€ monthly fees if it's been active and 9.95$/9.95€ if it's been inactive. Based on that the entry for this column should be 2.95/9.95.

POS FEES[/i, ATM FEES and CURRENCY CONVERSION are self explanatory.

Notes:
If certain information isn't available N/A should be inputted



















 

 

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April 26, 2016, 03:43:12 PM
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It's super cool what you're doing.

Please consider my proposal to add column called "Cost (Fees) to withdraw 1000$".
IT's little bit of extra work to calculate fees but it gives instant insight which service is cheapest.

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April 26, 2016, 04:22:07 PM
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It's super cool what you're doing.

Please consider my proposal to add column called "Cost (Fees) to withdraw 1000$".
IT's little bit of extra work to calculate fees but it gives instant insight which service is cheapest.

Regards

Sounds good, I could do this myself after I have the info tabled. I assume you mean 1000$ withdrawal from ATM?














 

 

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April 26, 2016, 07:24:20 PM
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I just ordered the wagecan card (65 usd) and went to load 300 dollars. The exchange rate is like 5%. Once you put it with the bank fees of 1% -2%+, this makes wagecan very pricey imo.
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April 26, 2016, 08:24:16 PM
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I just ordered the wagecan card (65 usd) and went to load 300 dollars. The exchange rate is like 5%. Once you put it with the bank fees of 1% -2%+, this makes wagecan very pricey imo.

Hmm, now that you mention that, calculating what operator55 is asking for based only on advertised fees could end up being misleading in some cases.














 

 

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April 27, 2016, 05:37:14 AM
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can someone tell me if there is any bitcoin debitcard available for free

We have an offer at GCX, free virtual debit MasterCard with your account verification. But can only be used online or over the phone.

Other than that we offer a plastic (physical card), and a premium solid gold MasterCard with concierge services.

You'll find our URL listed in the original post for more details Smiley

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April 27, 2016, 07:08:12 PM
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Extremely unhappy with Spectrocoin debit card.  Email two factor authentication broken, as emails come hours later (or not at all), which is too late.  Sadly, you can transfer bitcoin in without two factor.  You can also exchange bitcoin for USD without two factor.  Two factor is needed to both load your debit card with USD and to change the two factor to SMS, which hopefully is faster.  Customer service not helpful as they suggested I email them to request two factor be disabled.  It has been 3 days and no change.  I even included the help ticket in the email so they would know it was me.

Just to clarify, these issues may occur while using unreliable mail services. There has been no problem using Gmail, Yahoo etc. However we recommend using Google authenticator for the best response time and security. Your issue is reviewed ASAP and you will be informed. Sorry for the inconveniences.

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May 05, 2016, 12:34:55 AM
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https://blog.bitpay.com/introducing-the-bitpay-visa-card/

BitPay lanched a card for worldwide use. (available to Americans atm)














 

 

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May 05, 2016, 11:55:14 PM
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XMLgold now offering prepaid cards

https://www.xmlgold.eu/en/mastercard/info














 

 

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May 06, 2016, 08:02:50 AM
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It's super cool what you're doing.

Please consider my proposal to add column called "Cost (Fees) to withdraw 1000$".
IT's little bit of extra work to calculate fees but it gives instant insight which service is cheapest.

Regards

Sounds good, I could do this myself after I have the info tabled. I assume you mean 1000$ withdrawal from ATM?

Yea.

Consider that we're not in country in where card currency == local currency.
So calculate maximum fees.


Example for e-coin - $1000:

ATM Transaction International - $3.50
Foreign Transaction Fee 3% = 0.03 * 1000 = $30


Cost to withdraw $1000 using E-Coin = $33.50 = ~$34.00


PS. Please note that some services have hidden fees. Like advcash which is using "internal exchange rate". It has hidden 2% fee in their "internal rate".
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May 07, 2016, 09:41:00 PM
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Is anyone else here using Spectrocoin's card? I'll consider adding a warning for their card if I see more people saying they are having issues with it.
i never try their credit card,but its weird if you dont add the to your list,spectrocoin have good site,signature campaign and good wallet,i think they really ready to make good bitcoin debit card,and also when i try their wallet,they have good feature. by the way its shocking me that you listed so many bitcoin debit card,because so far i just know some of them,like xapo,spectro and e-coin Grin

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May 07, 2016, 10:12:01 PM
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which one is the best vor virtual debit card. can anyone have exprience?

Well its pretty difficult from which one is the best but this post will surely help you, you have to look at the fee's from the debit cards they are charging.
I myself use the bit-x virtual debit card.
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May 08, 2016, 03:14:45 AM
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Is anyone else here using Spectrocoin's card? I'll consider adding a warning for their card if I see more people saying they are having issues with it.
i never try their credit card,but its weird if you dont add the to your list,spectrocoin have good site,signature campaign and good wallet,i think they really ready to make good bitcoin debit card,and also when i try their wallet,they have good feature. by the way its shocking me that you listed so many bitcoin debit card,because so far i just know some of them,like xapo,spectro and e-coin Grin

They are part of the list and it's unlikely that I'll remove them. At the time I posted this there were some complaints about their service, their support here seems active however. Unless someone comes out with substantial proof that a service has issues I'm not removing it from the list.

In general, if there are many complaints about a service and their support is nowhere to be found then I'll likely downgrade their service to Quarantine.














 

 

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May 08, 2016, 05:46:16 AM
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https://blog.bitpay.com/introducing-the-bitpay-visa-card/

BitPay lanched a card for worldwide use.

It's not , when I try to order it it says :

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Currently the BitPay Card is only available in the United States. If you’d like, we can notify you when it becomes available in your area. Please provide your contact information below.

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May 08, 2016, 06:52:19 AM
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https://blog.bitpay.com/introducing-the-bitpay-visa-card/

BitPay lanched a card for worldwide use.

It's not , when I try to order it it says :

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Currently the BitPay Card is only available in the United States. If you’d like, we can notify you when it becomes available in your area. Please provide your contact information below.
hmm, you're right. Although their marketing says it can be used on all terminals accepting credit cards worldwide, but the card itself is only available to Americans from what it seems.














 

 

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May 08, 2016, 10:41:23 AM
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So, what would be the top 3 options for an European user?

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May 09, 2016, 10:54:49 AM
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I myself use the bit-x card and I love it, a lot of people are already using this debit card but it also has some nice normal fee's.
Plus its trusted and very easy for as a example on aliexpress.
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