Peer-to-Peer digital currency exchange Unichange.me has a new bitcoin debit card ordering procedure that it says makes the process simpler.
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Unichange.me: Ordering Bitcoin Debit Cards Made Much Easier
According to the company, this new process allows customers to order bitcoin debit card with “two clicks.” In a press release, Unichange listed the following two steps as the only things necessary to order a card from now on:
Step 1: Choose the type of card, delivery type, and payment method.
Step 2: Check payment info and then click “Submit”
Additionally, the company told press that “With this new card ordering procedure in place, the first Bitcoin card order requires no more than a cell phone confirmation.”
Following a card’s activation, it can be used with the following:
- BTC-e USD,
- Perfect Money USD/EUR
- OkPay USD
- FasaPay IDR/USD
The company claims that withdrawing from these services or cryptocurrencies with the Unichange card comes “at the best fees.”
The peer-to-peer exchange also offers virtual bitcoin debit cards. The team says that these cards can be ordered much faster, customers only needing to click the “Order Card Now” button. As part of an ongoing promotion, the exchange is giving away virtual debit cards for free.
Unichange.me says its team consists of staff members that have a combined 8 years of experience in the finance industry. With Perfect Money, Paxum and FasaPay as partners, the exchange says on its website that it provides “reliable,” “protected,” and “safe” peer-to-peer digital currency exchange services.
Do you have a Unichange bitcoin debit card? With the new ordering procedure, would you be more likely to get one? Let us know in the comments below.
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