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November 21, 2017, 10:20:08 PM
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Very useful post thank you all very much!
After much reading, as im EU citizen im gonna try Bitwala.
I wanted a Prepaid Card where i can send some BTC and be able to pay in normal shops using visa, and that in real time my btc are converted to euros to pay what i buy.

Ill post after some time about my experience!

Have a nice day!

I'm EU too looking for anonym btc card, but hollyshit bitwala is completely bugged now :
- email link validation : nothing happen
- account deletion : do not work
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November 22, 2017, 04:12:15 PM
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Hi, at the end I didnt went to Bitwala because my BTC is exchanged to EUR in the moment you top it up.

The idea behind is thet the BTC price is constantly growing so if I prepay my debit card with lets say 0,2 BTC, at the end of the momnth I´ll have proportionally more Euros than the initial conversion ratio.

Is there any VIDA or Mastercard credit card that stores my BTC and makes the translation in Euros every time I use it?

Thanks!
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November 22, 2017, 04:22:31 PM
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Hi, at the end I didnt went to Bitwala because my BTC is exchanged to EUR in the moment you top it up.

The idea behind is thet the BTC price is constantly growing so if I prepay my debit card with lets say 0,2 BTC, at the end of the momnth I´ll have proportionally more Euros than the initial conversion ratio.

Is there any VIDA or Mastercard credit card that stores my BTC and makes the translation in Euros every time I use it?

Thanks!

Try XAPO  they do it that way.  You don't need to load your card manually. it uses directly from your BTC wallet
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November 23, 2017, 05:04:44 PM
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What about PAYEER? Any actual Review available?
and their fees?
UQUID vs PAYEER vs XAPO?
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November 23, 2017, 11:09:17 PM
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What about PAYEER? Any actual Review available?
and their fees?
UQUID vs PAYEER vs XAPO?

Xapo is good. i am using it. it deducts directly from your wallet. so no need to load card etc..
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November 24, 2017, 03:59:55 AM
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Xapo have not virtual card ?
We need to provide ID identity, proof of residence ..
if I use this bitcoin card, can my country know it and ask taxes fee ? (40% in my country I think for bitcoin)
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November 24, 2017, 09:58:04 AM
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Xapo have not virtual card ?
We need to provide ID identity, proof of residence ..
if I use this bitcoin card, can my country know it and ask taxes fee ? (40% in my country I think for bitcoin)

As far as I know Xapo have no virtual cards. The physical card will be either Visa or MasterCard so I doubt they (government) will ask for anything, as you will be withdrawing and they will be taking fees too.

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November 30, 2017, 01:06:50 AM
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What about PAYEER? Any actual Review available?
and their fees?
UQUID vs PAYEER vs XAPO?

Xapo is good. i am using it. it deducts directly from your wallet. so no need to load card etc..

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please can you tell me what you mean here with "deducts directly from your wallet"? All cards don't have wallets? Thanks for explanation Smiley

Also I found this on Xapo ToS:

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To add funds to your Fiat Account, simply click on the ADD FUNDS button after logging in. You will be taken through a process that will display different available currencies and methods to send the selected amount to Xapo, depending on your location and some other factors. It is personalized to each user and certain factors involved, so only specific payment options are shown for each purchase order. Xapo charges a fee of 0.2% of the added funds. Also, processing fees may apply depending on the payment method. At the end of the process, the amount received by Xapo will be credited in the respective Fiat Account.
To fund your Fiat Account from your Bitcoin Wallet, simply click on the TRANSFER button after logging in. You will be taken through a process that will display a quote of the value assigned by Xapo to one bitcoin in your selected Fiat currency, allowing you to transfer your bitcoins to the selected Fiat Account. After accepting the quote, we will display a message indicating that the transfer to your Fiat Account is confirmed.

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November 30, 2017, 10:20:34 AM
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What about PAYEER? Any actual Review available?
and their fees?
UQUID vs PAYEER vs XAPO?

Xapo is good. i am using it. it deducts directly from your wallet. so no need to load card etc..

hi
please can you tell me what you mean here with "deducts directly from your wallet"? All cards don't have wallets? Thanks for explanation Smiley

Also I found this on Xapo ToS:

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To add funds to your Fiat Account, simply click on the ADD FUNDS button after logging in. You will be taken through a process that will display different available currencies and methods to send the selected amount to Xapo, depending on your location and some other factors. It is personalized to each user and certain factors involved, so only specific payment options are shown for each purchase order. Xapo charges a fee of 0.2% of the added funds. Also, processing fees may apply depending on the payment method. At the end of the process, the amount received by Xapo will be credited in the respective Fiat Account.
To fund your Fiat Account from your Bitcoin Wallet, simply click on the TRANSFER button after logging in. You will be taken through a process that will display a quote of the value assigned by Xapo to one bitcoin in your selected Fiat currency, allowing you to transfer your bitcoins to the selected Fiat Account. After accepting the quote, we will display a message indicating that the transfer to your Fiat Account is confirmed.



In xapo they have different wallets,  btc and other fiat such as gbp, usd etc.  The default is btc wallet. the information you saw in xapo site is about if for any reason you want to convert your btc from btc wallet to fiat wallet.  there is no need for that for you to use the card. 

so if you send some btc to your xapo btc wallet, your card will be linked to that btc wallet.  every time you use your card, it will be automatically deducted directly from your btc wallet with current price of the time when you used your card.   

  I hope it clarifies.  Cheesy
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November 30, 2017, 10:33:20 PM
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What about PAYEER? Any actual Review available?
and their fees?
UQUID vs PAYEER vs XAPO?

Xapo is good. i am using it. it deducts directly from your wallet. so no need to load card etc..

hi
please can you tell me what you mean here with "deducts directly from your wallet"? All cards don't have wallets? Thanks for explanation Smiley

Also I found this on Xapo ToS:

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To add funds to your Fiat Account, simply click on the ADD FUNDS button after logging in. You will be taken through a process that will display different available currencies and methods to send the selected amount to Xapo, depending on your location and some other factors. It is personalized to each user and certain factors involved, so only specific payment options are shown for each purchase order. Xapo charges a fee of 0.2% of the added funds. Also, processing fees may apply depending on the payment method. At the end of the process, the amount received by Xapo will be credited in the respective Fiat Account.
To fund your Fiat Account from your Bitcoin Wallet, simply click on the TRANSFER button after logging in. You will be taken through a process that will display a quote of the value assigned by Xapo to one bitcoin in your selected Fiat currency, allowing you to transfer your bitcoins to the selected Fiat Account. After accepting the quote, we will display a message indicating that the transfer to your Fiat Account is confirmed.



In xapo they have different wallets,  btc and other fiat such as gbp, usd etc.  The default is btc wallet. the information you saw in xapo site is about if for any reason you want to convert your btc from btc wallet to fiat wallet.  there is no need for that for you to use the card. 

so if you send some btc to your xapo btc wallet, your card will be linked to that btc wallet.  every time you use your card, it will be automatically deducted directly from your btc wallet with current price of the time when you used your card.   

  I hope it clarifies.  Cheesy

I see now
I will give a try Smiley
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December 02, 2017, 11:03:14 AM
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BitPay Visa® Prepaid Card for U.S. and EU Residents

US Residents: The BitPay Visa® Prepaid Card is issued by Metropolitan Commercial Bank, member FDIC, pursuant to a license
from Visa®, U.S.A. Inc. “Metropolitan” and “Metropolitan Commercial Bank” are registered trademarks of Metropolitan Commercial
Bank © 2014. Use of the Card is subject to the terms and conditions of the applicable Cardholder Agreement and fee schedule, if
any.

EU Residents: The BitPay Visa® Prepaid Card is issued by Wave Crest Holdings Limited pursuant to a license from Visa®
Europe. Visa® is a registered trademark of Visa Incorporated. Wave Crest Holdings Limited is a licensed electronic money
institution by the Financial Services Commission, Gibraltar.
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December 05, 2017, 11:11:40 PM
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BitPay Visa® Prepaid Card for U.S. and EU Residents

US Residents: The BitPay Visa® Prepaid Card is issued by Metropolitan Commercial Bank, member FDIC, pursuant to a license
from Visa®, U.S.A. Inc. “Metropolitan” and “Metropolitan Commercial Bank” are registered trademarks of Metropolitan Commercial
Bank © 2014. Use of the Card is subject to the terms and conditions of the applicable Cardholder Agreement and fee schedule, if
any.

EU Residents: The BitPay Visa® Prepaid Card is issued by Wave Crest Holdings Limited pursuant to a license from Visa®
Europe. Visa® is a registered trademark of Visa Incorporated. Wave Crest Holdings Limited is a licensed electronic money
institution by the Financial Services Commission, Gibraltar.
Is that a new bank coming in the debit card game? It's interesting to see competition coming in, I really do hope that smaller companies will follow BitPay and attempt to offer better solution for US residents.














 

 

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