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August 23, 2017, 09:43:19 PM
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I just ordered a TenX card, but I don't think I'll received before december, so I am looking into BitPay to see if it will arrive faster and it's usages. Has anyone used BitPay, is there a waitlist and has it been rejected somewhere?

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August 23, 2017, 10:04:36 PM
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So you mean to say that you're going to use Bitpay's debit card services to buy things online? If that's the case then yes, Bitpay integrates Visa on their debit card so that you can use it for online shopping. There aren't any queues whatsoever for payments, so I assume that it is the processing of the card that takes the time and not the payment itself.

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August 24, 2017, 12:22:26 AM
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So you mean to say that you're going to use Bitpay's debit card services to buy things online? If that's the case then yes, Bitpay integrates Visa on their debit card so that you can use it for online shopping. There aren't any queues whatsoever for payments, so I assume that it is the processing of the card that takes the time and not the payment itself.
Yes.When will I get the card if I order it now?

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September 12, 2017, 06:58:28 AM
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I just ordered a TenX card, but I don't think I'll received before december, so I am looking into BitPay to see if it will arrive faster and it's usages. Has anyone used BitPay, is there a waitlist and has it been rejected somewhere?
I have used pitpay and I would say those guys are great I used bitpay when I was about paying for my domain name some days back, though it took time before it was finally confirmed and the network fee was a little bit high.

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September 14, 2017, 10:50:55 AM
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I just ordered a TenX card, but I don't think I'll received before december, so I am looking into BitPay to see if it will arrive faster and it's usages. Has anyone used BitPay, is there a waitlist and has it been rejected somewhere?
BitPay allows you to pay for lot of transactions, namecheap.com allows you to pay for domain name registration and hosting with BitPay though the transaction fee is on the high side, it is almost the only portal that allows you to pay to websites.

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September 14, 2017, 05:47:23 PM
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TenX is a new company and their demand is very right now, that's why they are taking so long to deliver their cards. The Bitpay card should take the same time to arrive as a normal delivery for your country.

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For US Residents:
You'll receive your BitPay Card via US Mail in 7-10 business days from the date of a successful application. If you haven't received your card after 10 full business days, please submit a request to get in contact with our team.

For Non-US Residents:
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In countries outside of the United States, there are three options for shipping: economy, standard and tracking, and express. If you wish to receive a tracking number with your order, you must select Express or Standard with Tracking.

If you live in Europe, standard/trackable shipping will take up to 14 business days, and express shipping will bring you your card within 7 business days. If you live anywhere else in the world, standard/trackable shipping will take up to 21 weeks and express shipping will take 14 business days.

If you live outside of Europe, Economy shipping will take up to 4 business weeks. Remember: Economy orders are not trackable. BitPay cannot locate your card for you if it is lost in the mail or your local mail service fails to deliver it.
https://support.bitpay.com/hc/en-us/articles/115003028046-When-will-I-get-my-BitPay-Card-in-the-mail-

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