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In this list, I have collected the most famous crypto debit cards that support bitcoin and altcoins. The list contains basic information and is not a complete overview. For complete information, go to the sites of the maps presented. The cards on the list are not advertising or financial advice. The list was created strictly for informational purposes. Do your own investigation before using any service.

UPD: The list of full overviews on the presented cards in the topic, except Spendl, here: LINK



Advcash -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - MASTERCARD
  • Production Cost - $14,99
  • Supported Coins - BTC, ETH, LTC, BCH, XRP, ZEC, TRX
  • Supported Countries - EU, Turkey, Israel (soon Russia & worldwide)
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly), $0 (year)
  • Fees - 1,5 - 2.99%
  • ATM Withdraw - $1,99
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer, Debit card
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Bitwala Card -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - MASTERCARD
  • Production Cost - $0
  • Supported Coins - BTC, ETH, BCH, ETC, XMR, DASH, OMG, NEO, XRP, ZEC and many other
  • Supported Countries - Europe
  • Service fee - $1 (mothly)
  • Fees - 3%
  • ATM Withdraw - 0%
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Wirex Card -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - $17.00
  • Supported Coins - Bitcoin, Dai, Ethereum, Litecoin, Nano, Ripple, Stellar, Waves, Wirex Token
  • Supported Countries - List here
  • Service fee - $1.50(mothly)
  • Fees - 3%
  • ATM Withdraw - $2.50
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer, Debit card, Credit card, Gift Card
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Cryptopay -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - $15.00
  • Supported Coins - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple
  • Supported Countries - Worldwide
  • Service fee - $1 (mothly)
  • Fees - 3%
  • ATM Withdraw - $3.50
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Coinbase Card -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - EUR 4.95
  • Supported Coins - 0x Protocol, Augur Coin, Basic Attention Token, Bitcoin Cash ABC, Bitcoin, Dai,ETH, LTC, XRP, Stellar
  • Supported Countries - EU and UK
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly)
  • Fees - 2.69%-5.49%
  • ATM Withdraw - 1%
  • Funding Methods - Debit card, Credit card
  • Wallet Availability - YES



TRASTRA -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - €9.00
  • Supported Coins - Bitcoin Cash ABC, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple
  • Supported Countries - European Economic Area (EEA)
  • Service fee - €1.25 (mothly)
  • Fees - 0
  • ATM Withdraw - €2.25
  • Funding Methods - Debit card, Credit card
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Spectrocoin Card -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - $7.80
  • Supported Coins - Bitcoin, Dash, Ethereum, NEM Coin
  • Supported Countries - Worldwide
  • Service fee - $1 (mothly)
  • Fees - $1.15
  • ATM Withdraw - EUR 1 + 1.00% (in the UK)
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer, Debit card, Credit card
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Blockcard -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - $10
  • Supported Coins - BAT, BCH, BTC, DAI, ETH, LTC, PAX, XPR, XLM, USDT, USDC, TUSD
  • Supported Countries - Worldwide
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly)
  • Fees - $0
  • ATM Withdraw - $3
  • Funding Methods - Cash, Wire transfer
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Eidoo Card -    

INFO:

  • Production Cost - 100 EDO
  • Supported Coins - Bitcoin, ERC20, Ethereum
  • Supported Countries - United Kingdom and the EEA
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly)
  • ATM Withdraw - $0
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer
  • Wallet Availability - YES



2gether Card -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - 10EUR purchase of 2GT-tokens
  • Supported Coins - Bitcoin, BCH, Stellar Lumens, ETH, Dash, LTC, EOS, Qtum, Ripple, Cardano
  • Supported Countries - Worldwide(not US)
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly)
  • Fees - $0
  • ATM Withdraw - $0
  • Funding Methods - Debit card, Credit card
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Monolith -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - $0
  • Supported Coins - Dai, ERC20, Ethereum, TokenCard Coin
  • Supported Countries - Europe and UK.
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly)
  • Fees - 1%
  • ATM Withdraw - EUR 0.85
  • Funding Methods - Cash, Debit card, Credit card
  • Wallet Availability - YES



MCO Visa Card -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - $0
  • Supported Coins - BTC, ETH, LTC, XRP, MCO, BAT, BNB, TUSD, ENJ
  • Supported Countries - US, Europe and Singapore.
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly)
  • Fees - $0
  • ATM Withdraw - 2%
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer, Debit card, Credit card,
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Change Card -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - EUR 10
  • Supported Coins - BCH, BTC, DASH, EOS, ETH, LTC, XPR, XLM, USDT
  • Supported Countries - Worldwide
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly)
  • Fees - 0
  • ATM Withdraw - EUR 1.10
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Spend Visa Card -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - $0
  • Supported Coins - BNB, BCH, BTC, ADA, DASH, ETH, ETC, LTC, XPR, SPND, XLM, ZEC
  • Supported Countries - Worldwide
  • Fees - $0
  • ATM Withdraw - $0
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer, Debit card, Credit card
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Bitpay Card -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - $2.95
  • Supported Coins - BTC, BCH
  • Supported Countries - USA
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly)
  • Fees - $0
  • ATM Withdraw - $2
  • Funding Methods -Wire transfer, Credit card
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Paycent Card -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - $49
  • Supported Coins - BTC
  • Supported Countries - Worldwide
  • Service fee - $1 per day
  • Fees - $1.50
  • ATM Withdraw - $4.50
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer, Debit card, Credit card
  • Wallet Availability - YES



TenX -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - $15
  • Supported Coins - Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin
  • Supported Countries - Singapore
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly)
  • Fees - $0
  • ATM Withdraw - $3.25
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Crypterium Card -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - eftpos
  • Production Cost - $9.99 (CRPT Holders) or $14.99 (non-CRPT Holders)
  • Supported Coins - Bitcoin, Crypterium Token, Ethereum, Litecoin
  • Supported Countries - Europe
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly)
  • Fees - $0
  • ATM Withdraw - $0
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Nexo Card -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - MASTERCARD
  • Production Cost - $0
  • Supported Coins - 23 COINS
  • Supported Countries - Worldwide
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly)
  • Fees - $0
  • ATM Withdraw - $0
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Uphold -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - MASTERCARD
  • Production Cost - $0
  • Supported Coins - United States, soon to be deployed in Europe.
  • Supported Countries - BAT, BCH, BTG, BTC, DASH, LBA, ETH, LTC, RVR, XRP
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly)
  • Fees - 1.80%
  • ATM Withdraw - 0%
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer, Debit card, Credit card
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Bitnovo -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - €20
  • Supported Coins - Bitcoin, Dash, Ethereum, Litecoin
  • Supported Countries - Worldwide
  • Service fee - €1.25 (mothly)
  • Fees - €1
  • ATM Withdraw - €1
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer, Debit card, Credit card
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Uquid Card -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - $16.99
  • Supported Coins - 87
  • Supported Countries - Worldwide (not US)
  • Service fee - $1 (mothly)
  • Fees - $0
  • ATM Withdraw - $2.5
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Mistertango -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - MASTERCARD
  • Production Cost - $0
  • Supported Coins - BTC
  • Supported Countries - Europe Economic Area
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly)
  • Fees - $0
  • ATM Withdraw - $0
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer, Debit card, Credit card
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Jubiter Card -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - $0
  • Supported Coins - Bitcoin, Litecoin
  • Supported Countries - 129 Countries
  • Service fee -  1.80 EUR (mothly)
  • ATM Withdraw - 1.50 EUR
  • Wallet Availability - YES



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Coinsbank Card -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - $99.95
  • Supported Coins -
  • Supported Countries - Wordwide
  • Service fee - $0.95 (mothly)
  • Fees - 1.99%
  • ATM Withdraw - $4.95
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer
  • Wallet Availability - YES



WageCan -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - MASTERCARD
  • Production Cost - $15.40
  • Supported Coins - BTC
  • Supported Countries - Wordwide
  • Service fee - $1 (mothly)
  • Fees - $0
  • ATM Withdraw - $2.5
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer
  • Wallet Availability - YES



raxcard -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - eftpos
  • Production Cost - $50
  • Supported Coins - BTC
  • Supported Countries - Wordwide
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly)
  • Fees - $1%
  • ATM Withdraw - $0.99
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer
  • Wallet Availability - NO



SatoshiTango -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - $15
  • Supported Coins - Bitcoin Cash ABC, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple
  • Supported Countries - Worldwide (not US)
  • Service fee - $1 (mothly)
  • Fees - $0
  • ATM Withdraw - $3.5
  • Wallet Availability - NO



CoinJar Card -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - eftpos
  • Production Cost - $29
  • Supported Coins - ZRX, BAT, BTC, ETH, XRP, USDC, LTC, ZEC   
  • Supported Countries - Worldwide
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly)
  • Fees - 1%
  • ATM Withdraw - $2
  • Funding Methods - Wire transfer, Debit card, Credit card
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Binance Card -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - $15
  • Supported Coins - BTC and BNB
  • Supported Countries - Europe
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly)
  • Fees - 09%
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Bitplastic -    

INFO:

  • Supported Coins - BTC
  • Supported Countries - Worldwide
  • Funding Methods - Bitcoin



Plutus -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - $0
  • Supported Coins - ETH and PLU
  • Supported Countries - Europe and UK.
  • Service fee - £/€4.50 (mothly)
  • Fees - €0.50 / £0.50
  • ATM Withdraw - $0



Coinzoom -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Supported Countries - USA



UPayCard -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - MASTERCARD
  • Production Cost - 7.99 €
  • Supported Countries - Worldwide
  • Service fee - 2 €/$/£ (mothly)
  • Fees - 0.20 €/$/£
  • ATM Withdraw - 1.4 %
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Swipe -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Supported Coins - Over 30 fiat and crypto assets.
  • Supported Countries - Canada, US, Europe, UK, Singapore and Australia.
  • Wallet Availability - YES



Spendl -    

INFO:

  • Card Type - VISA
  • Production Cost - $0
  • Supported Coins -
  • Supported Countries - Worldwide (not US)
  • Service fee - $0 (mothly)
  • Fees - 2.9%




Also on Wiki found a table Cryptocurrency ATM cards list





Sources:

- https://www.cryptowisser.com/debit-cards/
- https://medium.com/@superorder/cryptocurrency-debit-cards-choosing-the-best-one-in-2020-bc82288405b9
- https://www.bestcryptodebitcard.com/ru/
- https://cryptocurrencycard.org
- https://coinfunda.com/bitcoin-debit-card/
- some pictures are found through yandex.search
- https://www.publish0x.com/crypto-thoughts-in-a-crypto-world/crypto-debit-cards-an-overview-and-comparison-of-existing-op-xxonqow

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October 09, 2020, 04:22:23 PM
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These cards will only make privacy to be reduced, or even abolished privacy, I have ever preferred p2p exchange platforms. I can also make use of my bank master card for buying cryptocurrencies but I would not do that at all. This is informative very well but people should think of privacy too.

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These cards will only make privacy to be reduced, or even abolished privacy, I have ever preferred p2p exchange platforms. I can also make use of my bank master card for buying cryptocurrencies but I would not do that at all. This is informative very well but people should think of privacy too.

No, it is not, some maps remain anonymous. If you had examined the whole list you would not have said that all these maps reduce the anonymity.

In general, in cryptocurrencies, a lot of things reduce anonymity, but these services do not cease to be useful.

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Handy list but Revolut isn't a crypto card. You can't deposit or withdraw real crypto, all you can do is buy price exposure through their app. The purpose of these cards is to exchange and spend. That does not.

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If I'm not mistaken, the only card available worldwide is Paycent.

- Coinsbank cards are not available anymore (I believe it's been a while): https://coinsbank.com/cards
- TenX is only offering cards to Singaporeans (for now): https://support.tenx.tech/hc/en-us/articles/360048278332-What-are-the-currently-supported-countries-
- Coinbase card is only available in EU and UK. The link you posted is meant to be for the exchange platform and not the card.
- Wirexapp supports EU, UK and a couple of countries from the APAC region. See here: https://wirexapp.com/help/article/the-list-of-supported-countries-0027
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A couple of cards you can add:

- Spendl: It's a virtual card that can be loaded with LN. AFAIK, it's available everywhere except for the U.S.
- Swipe: It's backed by Binance (Not to be confused with binance card). EU and UK.

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October 09, 2020, 04:54:50 PM
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Handy list but Revolut isn't a crypto card. You can't deposit or withdraw real crypto, all you can do is buy price exposure through their app. The purpose of these cards is to exchange and spend. That does not.

If I'm not mistaken, the only card available worldwide is Paycent.

Thanks gentlemand, OmegaStarScream, i will take note of your additions and finalize the topic.

By worldwide it meant a large number of countries, not literally.

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Great work Ratimov, I am bookmarking this topic!
It is true that privacy is reduced using crypto debit cards, but we are still living in a world and people need to buy and pay things.
I would suggest keeping only small amounts of coins in cards.

Maybe adding countries that are not supported would be good.

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Maybe adding countries that are not supported would be good.

Yes. That one's an important one. Unlike the old Wavecrest cards, where they clearly didn't give a shit and proved it too, most of these have extremely limited availability outside the usual places.

Probably the most important bit of info. It'll save many a hope being dashed.
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Bitcoin Black Card   

INFO:

Card Type - MASTERCARD
Production Cost - 0.06 BTC
Supported Coins - BTC
Supported Countries - Worldwide (not US)
Service fee - $0 (mothly)
Fees - $0
ATM Withdraw - $0
Wallet Availability - YES

OP I think this Bitcoin Black Card should be removed from the list.
There is no information about that card and website is directing to some altcoin called BitcoinBlack that has no connection with real Bitcoin BTC.
I am not sure if this is  a scam, but it sure looks like that on first look.





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October 10, 2020, 07:21:38 AM
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Great work Ratimov, I am bookmarking this topic!
Maybe adding countries that are not supported would be good.

Thanks.

This is not necessary, just like listing which cryptocurrencies do not support these cards. The list will turn out to be ultra-large. Many services contain information with the list of countries, if there is no country there, it means it is not supported, and there is no point in listing it.



OP I think this Bitcoin Black Card should be removed from the list.
There is no information about that card and website is directing to some altcoin called BitcoinBlack that has no connection with real Bitcoin BTC.
I am not sure if this is  a scam, but it sure looks like that on first look.

Thank you, I will correct it.

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October 10, 2020, 07:38:43 AM
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This is not necessary, just like listing which cryptocurrencies do not support these cards. The list will turn out to be ultra-large. Many services contain information with the list of countries, if there is no country there, it means it is not supported, and there is no point in listing it.

Not necessarily because the ban is usually based on regions and not specific countries. You could just write OFAC, MENA, EEA, etc.

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October 10, 2020, 07:44:42 AM
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Not necessarily because the ban is usually based on regions and not specific countries. You could just write OFAC, MENA, EEA, etc.

Where I found information, I wrote about a ban for US citizens, I did not find any other bans. I could not even find a list of supported countries everywhere. Some sites are stingy for information.

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October 10, 2020, 08:14:28 AM
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Great work Ratimov, I am bookmarking this topic!
It is true that privacy is reduced using crypto debit cards, but we are still living in a world and people need to buy and pay things.
I would suggest keeping only small amounts of coins in cards.

Maybe adding countries that are not supported would be good.


If there is no time to search, I can suggest using this link. There is complete information about the countries where this or that card is supported.
https://www.publish0x.com/crypto-thoughts-in-a-crypto-world/crypto-debit-cards-an-overview-and-comparison-of-existing-op-xxonqow

I can also say that if someone is worried about the issue of anonymity, then there are offshore cards, for example, AdvCash. Working with them, the cardholder is not threatened that the bank will be able to demand the sources of money and suspend operations with the card.





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October 10, 2020, 11:18:11 AM
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October 10, 2020, 12:06:40 PM
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Very useful information for those who are interested in cards, and many see this as the easiest way to spend their crypto. Although I haven't checked every service, I think it would be useful to add information on whether all of these services require a KYC card before issuing the card.

I assume that is the case, so it would be good to warn all those who use their crypto in this way to be aware that even if they use a card issued in another country, it does not mean that their tax office cannot get their data and ask them to explain the origin of crypto and to pay taxes.

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October 10, 2020, 09:02:09 PM
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I assume that is the case, so it would be good to warn all those who use their crypto in this way to be aware that even if they use a card issued in another country, it does not mean that their tax office cannot get their data and ask them to explain the origin of crypto and to pay taxes.

Just as important is to emphasise how flaky many of these card services have been in the past. Most are at the mercy of other service providers who may pull the cards without any notice.

You have to treat these as the hottest of hot wallets. Load and spend. Do not linger, don't leave anything on them and don't run anything important in your life through them.

I remember when the first Bitpay card shut down, along with all the other ones provided by the same company. There was literally no notice. There were people tweeting Bitpay who had thousands of dollars on the card and they were halfway across the world and that was their only spending option.
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October 11, 2020, 07:35:14 AM
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UPDATE

- Removed 2 inappropriate services
- Added and corrected information in many tabs Supported Countries.
- Added 2 new cards: Spendl and Swipe
- Added table Cryptocurrency ATM cards list.

Thank you to everyone who helped to complement and correct this topic. Wink

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October 11, 2020, 09:34:48 AM
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Very good thread and IMO it was something that was missing from the forum. Well done Ratimov, bookmarked and watching! Cool
Still, I notice that you have in the Temporary Unavailable cards some which aren't unavailable, like Binance or Swipe.
Also, 3 cards in this list doesnt have the full info details like all the others. Bitplastic, Coinzoom and Swipe.

Maybe a good addition will be which one of them is requiring KYC/AML verification (like Lucius said earlier), since some of them aren't so clear about their proccedures.

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October 11, 2020, 10:18:56 AM
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Just as important is to emphasise how flaky many of these card services have been in the past. Most are at the mercy of other service providers who may pull the cards without any notice. 

Just as any crypto exchange can close overnight and disappear with user funds, so can any service that offers something like this. Although I personally don't need a card like this because I have the option to sell crypto on my local exchange and withdraw fiat to a bank card, or to sell it directly at a physical crypto exchange - this may be the only way for some to sell their crypto, so they have to accept any risk that comes with it.



Maybe a good addition will be which one of them is requiring KYC/AML verification (like Lucius said earlier), since some of them aren't so clear about their proccedures.

I highly doubt that any of the presented card is without KYC, and if by any chance this is not initially required, any major conversion of crypto to fiat will certainly activate that requirement - because otherwise it would be a very obvious way to launder money and avoid paying taxes.

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October 11, 2020, 11:33:18 AM
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I highly doubt that any of the presented card is without KYC, and if by any chance this is not initially required, any major conversion of crypto to fiat will certainly activate that requirement - because otherwise it would be a very obvious way to launder money and avoid paying taxes.

That's right, since almost all cards are personalized, KYC is needed there for registration and card issuance.

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