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June 17, 2012, 09:53:43 AM
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What I want to do is send btc to a debit card in the United States.  I don't care about buying BTC.  What I want is a nice visa/mc type debit card that can be used at any atm.  Then I just want send btc when I want to a bitcoin address. It will be converted at mtgox and the balance minus 2-3% sent to the card.  I want to be able to check the balance at the atm machine.  I want to be able to use this at grocery stores and fast food joints too.  I don't want to have to log into an account.

I want to use BTC as a full reserve bank, then use the btc at regular stores when I want it.  I don't care about btc to btc commerce for this.  I don't want the balance stored at an e-wallet site to be later hacked.  I prefer there not even be a website to check my balance for security.
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June 17, 2012, 10:11:53 AM
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https://www.aurumxchange.com/cards

Down right now but thats exactly what your looking for I think.
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June 17, 2012, 11:39:43 AM
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http://www.forbes.com/sites/jonmatonis/2012/05/07/bitcoin-funded-debit-cards/

That has some information on doing this also.
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June 17, 2012, 03:37:43 PM
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What I want to do is send btc to a debit card in the United States.  I don't care about buying BTC.  What I want is a nice visa/mc type debit card that can be used at any atm.  Then I just want send btc when I want to a bitcoin address. It will be converted at mtgox and the balance minus 2-3% sent to the card.  I want to be able to check the balance at the atm machine.  I want to be able to use this at grocery stores and fast food joints too.  I don't want to have to log into an account.

I want to use BTC as a full reserve bank, then use the btc at regular stores when I want it.  I don't care about btc to btc commerce for this.  I don't want the balance stored at an e-wallet site to be later hacked.  I prefer there not even be a website to check my balance for security.

You can get it today indirectly:
PayPal has a VISA debit card (w/ 1% cash back) which draws from your PayPal balance.  BTC->PayPal is one of our 6 payout options.
You can sell coins and make a purchase on your debit card in less than an hour.   If you have a PayPal account I recommend getting the debit card "just in case".  There are no monthly fees.

We will be adding a direct to Prepaid Mastercard as one of our payout options in July.



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June 17, 2012, 03:43:57 PM
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BitInstant will have global debit cards soon (4-8 weeks). Stay tuned.
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