Bit-x is a licensed cryptocurrency and mining platform, where you can trade both cryptocurrency and hashing power to earn Bitcoin. Bsed in the UK, the AML and KYC compliant exchange, which specializes in Bitcoin, Litecoin, and GH/s trading on top of Bitcoin cloud mining is now proud to offer Bitcoin debit cards. These cards are issued and processed by Bit-x’s exclusive bank partner.
“With the launch of Bit-x’s debit card a new era of Bitcoin and digital currency usability has arrived. Novice and experienced cryptocurrency users alike can enjoy spending their funds online, in shops, and from ATMs worldwide with more freedom and anonymity than a traditional bank can offer.”
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The Bit-x debit cards can be used anywhere a normal debit card can be used; the Bit-x cards are used like a normal debit card, with the ability to withdraw money from ATMs, buy items online, as well as at point of sale terminals. All of the funds are withdrawn directly and automatically from the users’ Bit-x account, which contains BTC, LTC, USD, EUR and GBP. When it comes to shopping, Bitcoins are exchanged real-time at current market rates to eliminate Bitcoin price volatility issues, protecting both the consumer and the merchant. Additionally, there are no trading fees on the Bit-x platform until September.
The debit cards can be designated for either USD or EUR currencies, and can be ordered from anywhere in the world. No information needs to be submitted; the debit card can be used without any initial customer verification. However, users may consider submitted information to increase their deposit limit to above 300 USD of BTC, LTC, USD, EUR and GBP.
“The Bit-x Card is a classic sleek black travel debit card with an embedded chip. The card features individual account ID number, expiry date, and CVC2 number on the back.”
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