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September 14, 2017, 02:12:57 PM
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Dear Paycent Pre-registrant,

After much consideration, the team at Paycent have decided to stop development on the Paycent Debit Card to pursue http://evercoin.com a cryptocurrency exchange.

We apologize that we are unable to serve you with the card that you signed up for.

We have spoken with a half dozen providers of Bitcoin debit cards, and we have found a partner who is committed to the same countries we planned to support, and has a plan to develop a mobile wallet with a Balances-kept-in-Bitcoin model that we feel will support our brand promise.

Because of this, we have agreed to send this email to you to announce the closing of the paycent service, but also to introduce you to our partner http://shakepay.co who we feel is best suited to serve your needs. No money exchanged hands in this partnership, so we only want those who believed in us to get a suitable way to meet their needs for a Bitcoin debit card with the characteristics we promised.

To get your Shakepay card, please click the button below and register with Shakepay.

Again, we regret that we were unable to fulfill our promise to you, and we hope you will get years of great service from our partner Shakepay.

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September 14, 2017, 04:19:00 PM
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Well I gave up and went with Shift for a physical debit card.  They don't offer virtual card.  I think there is some US regulation that prevent making virtual cards.
Uphold should be offering prepaid cards to the US but they can only be loaded once afaik. Not sure of that would suit your needs.














 

 

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September 17, 2017, 10:20:29 PM
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I need some advise: I want a BTC card with this options: without identification requirements, minim 2.000$ per day withdraw limits, minimum fees posible, good background company. What recomendation you have for this?

Thanks in advance!

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September 18, 2017, 02:47:46 AM
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I need some advise: I want a BTC card with this options: without identification requirements, minim 2.000$ per day withdraw limits, minimum fees posible, good background company. What recomendation you have for this?

Thanks in advance!

I have had success with both SpectroCoin and UQUID. The only concerns I really have with these are minimal compared to other similar providers which do require identification or similar data which you might not want to provide to a fishy company. SpectroCoin in my opinion is not clear on the monthly fee and whether you actually have to pay it. They say you do but in my experience I have not had to. UQUID on the other hand is quite transparent but right now you can't get a new card or load your existing one because their contract with their card company is out now. Because of this, I see SpectroCoin as the only option at the moment, but switching isn't out of the question when/if UQUID get a new contract.

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September 18, 2017, 10:32:09 AM
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I need some advise: I want a BTC card with this options: without identification requirements, minim 2.000$ per day withdraw limits, minimum fees posible, good background company. What recomendation you have for this?

Thanks in advance!

You will not find a debit card with these limits that is available without verifying your identity.

Regulations all over the world are increasingly restrictrive, which means that most unverified card users
- irrespective of the debit card provider they use - have a lifetime (!) fund upload limit of
1000 € per card. The European Union is actually reducing this limit to 250 € in the near future!

If you want to cash out large amounts of cryptocurrencies anonymously a debit card is
not your best option. You would have a better chance of cashing out large amounts
by using P2P transfer networks like Localbitcoins.

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September 18, 2017, 01:25:44 PM
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I need some advise: I want a BTC card with this options: without identification requirements, minim 2.000$ per day withdraw limits, minimum fees posible, good background company. What recomendation you have for this?

Thanks in advance!

I have had success with both SpectroCoin and UQUID. The only concerns I really have with these are minimal compared to other similar providers which do require identification or similar data which you might not want to provide to a fishy company. SpectroCoin in my opinion is not clear on the monthly fee and whether you actually have to pay it. They say you do but in my experience I have not had to. UQUID on the other hand is quite transparent but right now you can't get a new card or load your existing one because their contract with their card company is out now. Because of this, I see SpectroCoin as the only option at the moment, but switching isn't out of the question when/if UQUID get a new contract.
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People have known UQUID as a pioneer for issuing payment cards for altcoins and mobile top-up with coins
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September 18, 2017, 02:36:15 PM
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I need some advise: I want a BTC card with this options: without identification requirements, minim 2.000$ per day withdraw limits, minimum fees posible, good background company. What recomendation you have for this?

Thanks in advance!

You will not find a debit card with these limits that is available without verifying your identity.

Regulations all over the world are increasingly restrictrive, which means that most unverified card users
- irrespective of the debit card provider they use - have a lifetime (!) fund upload limit of
1000 € per card. The European Union is actually reducing this limit to 250 € in the near future!

If you want to cash out large amounts of cryptocurrencies anonymously a debit card is
not your best option. You would have a better chance of cashing out large amounts
by using P2P transfer networks like Localbitcoins.

Ah, I wrongly assumed that you actually meant only $2.00 (as in two dollars) and that you accidentally added an extra zero rather than the period being a 3-digit separator like I'm used to using the comma for. In this case, the suggestions I gave will not work for you. Neither will any crypto debit card that I have ever heard of, as this transaction volume would be significantly over what any organization would allow for an unverified account. It is simply too suspicious to give a complete anonymous stranger so much potential for money laundering in the eyes of the organizations.

I need some advise: I want a BTC card with this options: without identification requirements, minim 2.000$ per day withdraw limits, minimum fees posible, good background company. What recomendation you have for this?

Thanks in advance!

I have had success with both SpectroCoin and UQUID. The only concerns I really have with these are minimal compared to other similar providers which do require identification or similar data which you might not want to provide to a fishy company. SpectroCoin in my opinion is not clear on the monthly fee and whether you actually have to pay it. They say you do but in my experience I have not had to. UQUID on the other hand is quite transparent but right now you can't get a new card or load your existing one because their contract with their card company is out now. Because of this, I see SpectroCoin as the only option at the moment, but switching isn't out of the question when/if UQUID get a new contract.
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People have known UQUID as a pioneer for issuing payment cards for altcoins and mobile top-up with coins

Yes, I have seen that about their ICO. I'm not sure what you are getting at, however? My point about UQUID currently being unusable still stands.

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September 19, 2017, 10:59:28 PM
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Hello i would like to ask for those who already experience about shakespay if this still active and legit or not.?
i have some friends in skype that actually recommending this site to use in some site so that i can get the advantage of some free account..
Hope that someone can give some reviews about shakespay they includes also blisspay but its not accepting bitcoin ..

And let me ask also if there are some people who already tested some debit cards that actually can be use in facebook ads manager or accepted by facebook ads,

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September 23, 2017, 10:40:31 AM
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No reviewx about the new :
https://www.tenx.tech/

and about bitwala : (they have transfer feature)
https://www.bitwala.com/


I am looking for a Card for ATM with low fees in EUR, but all have 2.25...
Probably no international ATM, i have others for that.
And if like bitwala, i can transfer by SEPA is wonderful.


Do you think it's more secured to take a company in Europe ?
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September 24, 2017, 02:49:45 PM
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No reviewx about the new :
https://www.tenx.tech/

and about bitwala : (they have transfer feature)
https://www.bitwala.com/


I am looking for a Card for ATM with low fees in EUR, but all have 2.25...
Probably no international ATM, i have others for that.
And if like bitwala, i can transfer by SEPA is wonderful.


Do you think it's more secured to take a company in Europe ?
I think k that you are more I terested in online bank accounts. Mistertango and n26 have free international ATM withdrawal and are both bitcoin friendly banks, with personal I and. Check out this relevant thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1756494.0

Most Bitcoin debit cards are issued by the same company anyway. There is no more security by the provider company being in Europe or not. Fees for Bitcoin specific debit cards are always there though. I haven't found one with free international Withdrawals.















 

 

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September 24, 2017, 07:15:18 PM
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If it's EUR card i don't need international feature, just ATM fee low....
You advice me to use online bank in EU, and use exchange transfer SEPA after. I can do that, but i will need a debit card with wallet to earn time, but it will cost many fees probably... (exchange rate and others....)

I have already N26 but they doesn't take BTC. I must use a exchange right ? like Bitstamp or others ? (I use only Bittrex for trade...)

I see Revolut (UK company) like N26 must add crypto wallet soon.
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September 25, 2017, 11:20:42 AM
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If it's EUR card i don't need international feature, just ATM fee low....
You advice me to use online bank in EU, and use exchange transfer SEPA after. I can do that, but i will need a debit card with wallet to earn time, but it will cost many fees probably... (exchange rate and others....)

I have already N26 but they doesn't take BTC. I must use a exchange right ? like Bitstamp or others ? (I use only Bittrex for trade...)

I see Revolut (UK company) like N26 must add crypto wallet soon.

Kraken has very low SEPA fees. See: https://support.kraken.com/hc/en-us/articles/201893608-What-are-the-withdrawal-fees-

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EUR SEPA Withdrawal - EEA countries only (€0.09)
That's nine cents to withdraw, miniscule. EUR SEPA deposits on Kraken are also free. Exchanging bitcoin can be more cost effective than a bitcoin debit in Europe.














 

 

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September 25, 2017, 07:07:37 PM
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Don't like Kraken, interface, performance.... Many complaint about that...
But 9cts is low right...

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September 26, 2017, 12:29:28 AM
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Guys, Which one do you use/Recommend?

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September 26, 2017, 03:02:28 AM
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Guys, Which one do you use/Recommend?

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At this point it really depends on where you currently reside and what your specific needs you have and what verification limits you are willing to comply with. For example, Shift is pretty good if you are not looking for any privacy and just want something that works and has good reputation, while something like SpectroCoin is good if you would like to stay anonymous and don't like fees very much. Also important to note is that most card-providing vendors do not provide cards to customers that reside in the United States, at least not without significant amounts of verification. The 2 providers I listed both work in the U.S., however.

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September 26, 2017, 08:52:34 AM
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.......while something like SpectroCoin is good if you would like to stay anonymous and don't like fees very much. ...

Spectrocoin isn´t that anonymous. If you want to have a higher lifetime ATM withdrawal limit than
$1,000/€1,000/£800 you are forced to verify your identity.

However, this is a higher limit than most other debit card providers offer for unverified customers.


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September 26, 2017, 02:37:55 PM
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.......while something like SpectroCoin is good if you would like to stay anonymous and don't like fees very much. ...

Spectrocoin isn´t that anonymous. If you want to have a higher lifetime ATM withdrawal limit than
$1,000/€1,000/£800 you are forced to verify your identity.

However, this is a higher limit than most other debit card providers offer for unverified customers.



Yes,  Advcash limit only $250/€250 for unverified customers.
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September 27, 2017, 11:43:19 PM
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Guys just let me ask who already experience of using wagecan someone is message me about wagecan and i think someone are promoting it via forum messages and i would like to know your reviews about wagecan if you already experience bad about their service?

Guys, Which one do you use/Recommend?

Thanks

.......while something like SpectroCoin is good if you would like to stay anonymous and don't like fees very much. ...

Spectrocoin isn´t that anonymous. If you want to have a higher lifetime ATM withdrawal limit than
$1,000/€1,000/£800 you are forced to verify your identity.

However, this is a higher limit than most other debit card providers offer for unverified customers.


I heard lots of complain about spectrocoin and i think its not safe to use this anymore..  unlike bitpay much more trusted than the other debit cards..

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September 28, 2017, 12:18:02 PM
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Cryptopay exchange rates and fees are INSANE!!!!!!!  Embarrassed

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5USD, and fee when you cash out ?
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