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November 21, 2015, 07:40:40 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.

That's a good idea. I find many suppliers but it is hard to see which services are reliable and which are.. less reliable.

Maybe some kind of list is already available?
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November 22, 2015, 02:15:24 PM
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Anyone know which one from this list of provider the one that gives a virtual debit card Huh
I don't really need physical one, i just need the virtual to verify my paypal Wink
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November 22, 2015, 03:05:48 PM
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Wagecan is offering 50% Discount

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November 22, 2015, 03:25:40 PM
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Anyone know which one from this list of provider the one that gives a virtual debit card Huh
I don't really need physical one, i just need the virtual to verify my paypal Wink
Thank you

As far as I can see, Advcash, Bitstamp, E-Coin, okpay and WageCan are offering a Virtual bitcoin debit card. But I can't say exactly which one would be the best choice for PayPal.
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November 22, 2015, 05:00:02 PM
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Anyone know which one from this list of provider the one that gives a virtual debit card Huh
I don't really need physical one, i just need the virtual to verify my paypal Wink
Thank you

As far as I can see, Advcash, Bitstamp, E-Coin, okpay and WageCan are offering a Virtual bitcoin debit card. But I can't say exactly which one would be the best choice for PayPal.

Which one would you recommend in terms of usabillity, reliance and fees?

I think there are too many parties that are running scams (the polish banks f.e. who just block your card).

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November 22, 2015, 05:08:19 PM
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This is a good list and shows a lot that I have not heard of, it would be preety cool to see the fees and other info summarised but I understand it would be time consuming and would need constant updating, thanks for sharing.

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November 22, 2015, 08:25:08 PM
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Anyone know which one from this list of provider the one that gives a virtual debit card Huh
I don't really need physical one, i just need the virtual to verify my paypal Wink
Thank you

As far as I can see, Advcash, Bitstamp, E-Coin, okpay and WageCan are offering a Virtual bitcoin debit card. But I can't say exactly which one would be the best choice for PayPal.

Which one would you recommend in terms of usabillity, reliance and fees?

I think there are too many parties that are running scams (the polish banks f.e. who just block your card).



As a Virtual Bitcoin Card provider I chose E-Coin because of their low fees, a good support and ability to control/lock the exact converting BTC to fiat money price.
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November 23, 2015, 08:52:35 AM
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Thanks for the list!

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November 23, 2015, 07:09:31 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.

Tip me some BTC and I'll put some more time into this to do it myself.  Grin


OP updated, now including categories of related services and probable scams.














 

 

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November 30, 2015, 10:21:02 PM
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I haven't actually used any of them yet, but from my research after registering in a some of the providers, reading faqs, and experimenting with their platforms, here is my opinion on some of the particularities (whether pros or cons) of the best ones for my usage (for instance, I do not care about ID verification requirements):

e-coin:
  • USD/EUR/GBP MasterCard chip-and-pin card issued by MyChoice  in Gibraltar
  • Cost: 12-17 USD/EUR issuing + 1 USD/EUR / month
  • Account balance in bitcoins; funds can be instantly transfered to card (fiat conversion) once you have BTC in your account
  • While they say there are no hidden fees, the exchange rate once you are logged in is about 2% lower than the exchange rate displayed on their front page before logging in - very misleading in my opinion!
  • 3 USD/EUR/GBP virtual card with option to upgrade to plastic

advcash:
  • USD/EUR/GBP MasterCard chip-and-pin card issued by MyChoice in Gibraltar, personalized (Advcash graphics)
  • Cost: 5 USD/EUR issuing (within 7 days of registering), no monthy fee; 1 USD/EUR fee per loading; 14 USD/EUR card closing fee; low ATM withdrawal fee (2 USD/EUR); 0.5USD/EUR ATM balance check
  • Account balance in fiat (BTC exchanged for fiat when you load the account), that can later be transfered to the card or back into BTC (good for hedging)
  • BTC/fiat exchange rate about 2% lower than market, but that rate is displayed right on their home page
  • Lots of funding options in addition to BTC
  • 1 USD/EUR/GBP virtual card (total cost at least 3 USD/EUR/GBP: $1 for card issuing + $1 to load + $1 loading fee)

ANX:
  • USD only MasterCard, no chip, magstripe only (lower security), issued by SuraGlobal in HK
  • Cost: no monthly fees, but high issuing + shipping cost (which, with a 3 year validity, comes out to more than the 1USD/month others charge)
  • 1 business-day loading
  • Android app available

WageCan:
  • USD only MasterCard, no chip, magstripe only (lower security), issued by SuraGlobal in HK
  • Cost: 0.1BTC issuing+shipping (37USD); no monthly fees, but has monthly inactivity fee after 12 months of inactivity; 50USD(!!) for transfering card balance to another card (which you need to do even if you order another card when yours is about do expire
  • 0.06BTC virtual card (about 22 USD)

SatoshiTango:
  • USD only VISA chip-and-pin card issued by MyChoice in Gibraltar
  • Cost: USD15 issuing+shipping, USD1 monthly fee, 2% loading fee, USD/BTC at market rates
  • Bitcoins transfered to the card (automatic BTC-fiat conversion when loading card), probably have to wait blockchain confirmations
  • Option to fund account in fiat using international wire transfer or local payment in some latin-american countries (through payment gateway, but probably with high fee or bad exchange rate)
  • Balance can be transfered out of the card (I don't know if there is a fee) and into your account for conversion back to BTC
  • Free virtual card
  • Android app available

I did not do much research on Xapo or Bit-X because I do not want a card which would expose me to all the volatility of BTC (as the convertion is at the moment of the transaction, I would not have the opportunity to choose a good moment for fiat purchase). I guess most of them would only charge the monthly fee if there is balance on your card (I know SatoshiTango says so). The other cards listed were all worse in one way or the other than the ones I listed above (mainly higher overall cost, especially loading and other fees, or high minimal loading).

EDIT: edited some SatoshiTango information.
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December 02, 2015, 11:58:39 PM
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This picture is from the XAPO website. I am thinking about there card because I am now really happy with there wallet on IOS. This prices are not that bad in my eyes only the expired card maybe.


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December 09, 2015, 02:33:37 PM
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Seems like http://www.getonebit.com/ is alive! Tongue














 

 

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December 11, 2015, 12:53:00 AM
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So going off of Sparkgap's comparison list, the only cards that would hold Bitcoin until purchase of a good/service or just simply withdrawing money from an ATM is Xapo or Bit-X. These kind of cards seem to me more beneficial to have because you wouldn't have to feel bad if you sold out to get a card and not enjoy the benefits of having Bitcoin in the first place. It just seems to me these cards are in a way a Bitcoin wallet that you can easily buy everyday goods with, with additional fees tacked on. Maybe I will be interested one day when they get a little bit more reputation for running a good service, but for me it's really hard to trust a third party with holding my bitcoins.

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December 11, 2015, 09:13:16 AM
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Maybe I will be interested one day when they get a little bit more reputation for running a good service, but for me it's really hard to trust a third party with holding my bitcoins.

You don't need to trust a third party with holding your bitcoins, just send some to your card wallet when you are going to make your purchases.  Wink
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December 12, 2015, 11:16:42 AM
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Newly i know debit cards is E-coin, you can look details in my signature Cheesy

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December 12, 2015, 11:22:28 AM
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Thanks For List Cheesy
I use ADVcash Virtual card , But get Card need verification ID , Sad

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December 12, 2015, 12:13:57 PM
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Thanks For List Cheesy
I use ADVcash Virtual card , But get Card need verification ID , Sad
As far as i know there are some services that you can use without sending ID for verification like bitx or ecoin maybe, take a look at them.

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December 12, 2015, 12:16:13 PM
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Thanks alani123, for compiling such a great list.

I was searcheing for related list for about 2 week now until i stumble across one yesterday 11.12.2015 and your list today 12.12.2015  now, i will have to make my research to find some of the most suitable one that will fit-in to resolve my problem.


Also, we'll have to volunteer to sort out these list based on user experience with each of these merchant.
A good rating/feedback in a tabular form will  be ideal knowing that this has to do with money and is very easy for one to fall into trap just like similar thread published on this forum about the negative experience of those using money polo.
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December 12, 2015, 12:23:25 PM
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Nice list OP but you should update the thread with some more information such as pictures and fees
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December 22, 2015, 10:19:00 PM
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I'll update OP with some related upcoming related projects. Let me know if I've missed some. Also, would anyone be interested on a collaboration to create a website comparing debit cards?















 

 

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