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April 03, 2018, 06:28:04 PM
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I'm surprised about what you say regarding UK? Really?
This is news to me, and a bit weird.
Are you already out of the EU?  Grin Grin Grin Grin

Actually this is more in-EU stuff than out-of-EU, imho.
Same goes in my country, Romania. Most exchanges had to shut doors because of the banks. I've heard so many horror stories about Localbitcoins or withdrawing larger amounts from Coinbase or Kraken I feared to try them out.
So yeah, cards are the solution that works, even if the fees are significantly bigger.


BTW, I have again a working virtual card at Wirex (I don't know yet what's the status of plastic cards for my country and their support is not as helpful as it should be on the matter).

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April 03, 2018, 08:21:18 PM
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how did you manage to get the virtual card? im from the same country and i;m still on the waiting list...
nevermind, im dumb, missed their update, got the virtual card
was hoping to hear news about the phisical card more than virtual ....
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April 05, 2018, 01:07:05 PM
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I'm surprised about what you say regarding UK? Really?
This is news to me, and a bit weird.
Are you already out of the EU?  Grin Grin Grin Grin

Banking has been effectively closed to crypto in the UK since it started. Coinfloor, perhaps the only big ish UK exchange, has to bank in Poland. Coinbase sends from Estonia.
 
No way could any business keep or maintain an account. Previous attempts at exchanges like Intersango just lied to the bank until they were found out. I'd love to know how much less dismal the scene here would be if banking had been available.

Loads of people have reported having their accounts closed due to seemingly innocuous crypto dealings. I think most of the time they were doing masses of LBC trade and weren't telling the bank. It's the unauthorised business use and money laundering bit they don't like rather than crypto, but you never know.

It's just started to change with Coinbase being the first operation to access the faster payments network in a few weeks. Dunno how long it'll survive though.

We ain't out of Europe yet. I'm not too sure how far we were ever in it.
Yeah, Coinbase is making progress;
https://www.cnbc.com/2018/03/14/coinbase-cryptocurrency-exchange-opens-bank-account-with-barclays-in-uk.html
Maybe they will come out with a "crypto card" too. Who knows.

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April 20, 2018, 07:15:28 PM
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I have already wrote about this in separate thread but I'm so angry that I have to share this with you.
Aproximately month ago I noticed that I'm missing more than 50€ on my Mistertango debit card. I only load it with Bitcoins. I contacted the support immediately.
I have to say that I'm extremly disappointed with Mistertango support and customer service.
After a month of sending emails, screenshots and all transactions and deposits history, explaning in all possible ways that the money on my card is missing today I got an email saying: Your issue is solved, have a nice day. Without any explanations at all!  And my money is still missing from the card.
I asked the same questions again and the answer was what amount of money I'm missing. After a month of contuinuous conversation and the replays on the emails in a row!!! It's like they are making the ful of me!
I conculed that they don't have any control mechanism at all, they can't monitor the transactions or trace the history of deposits and spending. Shortly, they are not serious and responsible card provider at all. Highly unprofessional.
After all this I can only say to avoid Mistertango because of poor service. If they don't solve this and give me money back or give reasonable explanation why the money is missing I can only say they have stolen it.

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April 22, 2018, 05:30:57 AM
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Is the epayments card still working ?


do we have other card or only this ?
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April 23, 2018, 02:16:28 AM
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I have already wrote about this in separate thread but I'm so angry that I have to share this with you.
Aproximately month ago I noticed that I'm missing more than 50€ on my Mistertango debit card. I only load it with Bitcoins. I contacted the support immediately.
I have to say that I'm extremly disappointed with Mistertango support and customer service.
After a month of sending emails, screenshots and all transactions and deposits history, explaning in all possible ways that the money on my card is missing today I got an email saying: Your issue is solved, have a nice day. Without any explanations at all!  And my money is still missing from the card.
I asked the same questions again and the answer was what amount of money I'm missing. After a month of contuinuous conversation and the replays on the emails in a row!!! It's like they are making the ful of me!
I conculed that they don't have any control mechanism at all, they can't monitor the transactions or trace the history of deposits and spending. Shortly, they are not serious and responsible card provider at all. Highly unprofessional.
After all this I can only say to avoid Mistertango because of poor service. If they don't solve this and give me money back or give reasonable explanation why the money is missing I can only say they have stolen it.
Thanks for sharing this.
Hopefully they will give your money back.
By the way, have you already made legal steps regarding this?

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April 23, 2018, 05:52:06 PM
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I have already wrote about this in separate thread but I'm so angry that I have to share this with you.
Aproximately month ago I noticed that I'm missing more than 50€ on my Mistertango debit card. I only load it with Bitcoins. I contacted the support immediately.
I have to say that I'm extremly disappointed with Mistertango support and customer service.
After a month of sending emails, screenshots and all transactions and deposits history, explaning in all possible ways that the money on my card is missing today I got an email saying: Your issue is solved, have a nice day. Without any explanations at all!  And my money is still missing from the card.
I asked the same questions again and the answer was what amount of money I'm missing. After a month of contuinuous conversation and the replays on the emails in a row!!! It's like they are making the ful of me!
I conculed that they don't have any control mechanism at all, they can't monitor the transactions or trace the history of deposits and spending. Shortly, they are not serious and responsible card provider at all. Highly unprofessional.
After all this I can only say to avoid Mistertango because of poor service. If they don't solve this and give me money back or give reasonable explanation why the money is missing I can only say they have stolen it.
Thanks for sharing this.
Hopefully they will give your money back.
By the way, have you already made legal steps regarding this?

No, not yet.
I sent them another email with full explanation again. This is the last chance I'm giving them, waiting for some reasonable answer with explanations. After that I will make some further steps, depending on the result they give me.
I can't say how disappointed I am and just wish that Xapo start to provided Bitcoin debit cards again. Even if I had some small issues with them they were very professional and always customer friendly.

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April 24, 2018, 08:59:58 AM
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So, this is never ending story.
Finaly they concluded that I spent more than I had on my card. When asked for something to prove that and to show me the transactions that doesn't match they answered that this is too much for them to do, it takes too much tineme and that I should count on my self. Huh Can you imagine that answer? Btw. by counting I came to conclusion that the figures don't match.
So, they don't make any investigstions at all, they don't check anything they are just guessing and sending information that have no ground on anything.
They are just bunch of amateurs, not.a serious financial service.provider.  As soon I find some other Bitcoin debit card provider I'm leaving this ridiculous service.

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April 30, 2018, 04:27:34 PM
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Take a look at Paycent card: https://paycent.com/

They are the only project currently which starts delivering their card. Their card comes under MasterCard brand so it will be possible to use all PoS and ATM in the network worldwide. The delivery started today (30th April).

Worldwide coverage expect for few sanctioned countries.

Their mobile wallet app is live and supports BTC, ETH, LTC and very soon Dash, and native PYN token.

I’ve passed KYC and now I’m waiting for the delivery. Will let you now when I use it, but till then you can watch their CEO using it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQ0SJVpDPVk
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April 30, 2018, 04:30:05 PM
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Take a look at Paycent card: https://paycent.com/

Any card's site that has 'white paper' or 'token' in it is an automatic turn off for me. Supply a card so people can put money on it. You don't need a fucking ICO for that.

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May 02, 2018, 08:13:59 PM
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Take a look at Paycent card: https://paycent.com/

They are the only project currently which starts delivering their card. Their card comes under MasterCard brand so it will be possible to use all PoS and ATM in the network worldwide. The delivery started today (30th April).

Worldwide coverage expect for few sanctioned countries.

Their mobile wallet app is live and supports BTC, ETH, LTC and very soon Dash, and native PYN token.

I’ve passed KYC and now I’m waiting for the delivery. Will let you now when I use it, but till then you can watch their CEO using it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQ0SJVpDPVk


140USD for a card....they crazy....wow
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May 03, 2018, 01:20:08 PM
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140USD for a card....they crazy....wow

They are not the only greedy debit card provider that is trying to take
advantage of the crackdown on all the other Bitcoin debit cards a few months ago.

WageCan debit cards are even more expensive (currently 225 $ per card).

Given the fact that the sign-up fee isn´t the only fee that you have to pay
as the end user (ATM fees, foreign currency exchange fees...)
these cards are completely useless for people, who intend to use the cards
for small amounts.

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May 03, 2018, 04:32:29 PM
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I need withdrawal ~ £20-30 one-time via POS trans
only convert fee, no ATM fee
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May 03, 2018, 05:38:58 PM
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I need withdrawal ~ £20-30 one-time via POS trans
only convert fee, no ATM fee

Open a Coinbase/GDAX account and a Revolut account. Sell on GDAX, send EUR to Revolut, convert to GBP and withdraw with the Revolut card. It'll take a long arse time but that's a cheap option for the future too.

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May 04, 2018, 10:41:48 AM
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Take a look at Paycent card: https://paycent.com/

They are the only project currently which starts delivering their card. Their card comes under MasterCard brand so it will be possible to use all PoS and ATM in the network worldwide. The delivery started today (30th April).

Worldwide coverage expect for few sanctioned countries.

Their mobile wallet app is live and supports BTC, ETH, LTC and very soon Dash, and native PYN token.

I’ve passed KYC and now I’m waiting for the delivery. Will let you now when I use it, but till then you can watch their CEO using it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQ0SJVpDPVk


140USD for a card....they crazy....wow

One off fee for four years period, no additional maintenance fee. Crypto to fiat and vice versa 1.5%.

And for my country is the only working card. Otherwise, I need to wait for two to three working days for withdrawals from CEX to my credit card.
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May 04, 2018, 03:20:57 PM
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best way BTC - > Exchanges -> IBAN

Kraken
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Bitstamp

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May 05, 2018, 12:23:38 AM
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Just heard about hold.co
A new debit card that has a lending platform allowing you to gain interest on your crypto you deposit on the card.
The funds on the card are accessible to withdraw from any ATM.

Anybody else hear about this one?
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May 09, 2018, 03:07:31 PM
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I need withdrawal ~ £20-30 one-time via POS trans
only convert fee, no ATM fee

Open a Coinbase/GDAX account and a Revolut account. Sell on GDAX, send EUR to Revolut, convert to GBP and withdraw with the Revolut card. It'll take a long arse time but that's a cheap option for the future too.

Haven't tried coinbase yet but Revolut won't accept Eur transfers from kraken anymore.
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May 09, 2018, 03:14:08 PM
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Haven't tried coinbase yet but Revolut won't accept Eur transfers from kraken anymore.

Yup. Detailed here - https://www.reddit.com/r/BitcoinUK/comments/8grt39/revolut_now_blocks_payments_from_exchanges/

GDAX still looks fine. I have no idea why they'd single out Kraken.

Coinbase should be rolling out GBP faster payments soon which should hopefully make all of these workarounds irrelevant.

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June 27, 2018, 04:28:30 PM
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I need withdrawal ~ £20-30 one-time via POS trans
only convert fee, no ATM fee

Open a Coinbase/GDAX account and a Revolut account. Sell on GDAX, send EUR to Revolut, convert to GBP and withdraw with the Revolut card. It'll take a long arse time but that's a cheap option for the future too.

Haven't tried coinbase yet but Revolut won't accept Eur transfers from kraken anymore.

From where such information is? And since this can not be done?(withdrawal).
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