Shop everywhere with Your Jubiter Bitcoin Card. You can use your Jubiter prepaid Bitcoin card for shopping at any online or offline retailers that accept credit cards. You can also withdraw cash at any ATM. Shop in millions of stores worldwide (wherever credit cards are accepted). Make cash withdrawals from any ATM in the world. Shop and pay your bills online with one simple click
Plutus is a platform that has been building a connection between cryptocurrency and traditional finance since 2015. The company behind Plutus is mainly focused on their Visa card offering; however, they operate a P2P exchange for their users as well. There are a number of positive aspects of the Plutus Visa card, but there are also some drawbacks.
The card is currently only available in Europe, so potential customers in the United States, China, and other countries where cryptocurrency is popular will need to look at other options. Plutus also has no native support for Bitcoin, and it currently only works with ETH and their own proprietary token (PLU). That said, the Plutus Visa card comes with reasonable fees and plenty of cashback rewards for those who do not mind the heavy integration of the PLU token into the platform.
The Bitpanda Card is the easiest way to spend your investments online and in shops all across the globe. You can use all supported cryptocurrency wallets, metals wallets, and the EUR wallet for your daily purchases - that means you can now even pay with real gold everywhere you go!
Simplex is an EU-licensed financial institution, providing the fiat infrastructure for the crypto industry. Simplex processes crypto-to-credit card payments with a 100% guarantee – in case of a fraud chargeback, the merchant gets paid by Simplex
The Xapo card came into existence since 2014 in the month of April and is considered to be a debit card for bitcoin. The company was set up in the year 2015 in the month of May at Palo Alto, California but recently it is relocated to Zurich, Switzerland. You get a card that looks and functions like a standard bank/VISA debit card. You can shop online with it, or in-store, or withdraw from an ATM. The only difference is that the Xapo card is directly linked to a Bitcoin wallet, instead of a regular bank account.
Wirex Card supports 10 different cryptocurrencies: BTC, LTC, ETH, XRP, WAVES, WOLLO, DAI, NANO, XLM and Wirex Tokens. With respect to fiat currencies, Wirex Card supports 150+ different currencies. To our knowledge, this is more supported fiat currencies than any other crypto debit card out there.
In August 2019, the Wirex Card received Type II membership of the Japan Virtual Currency Exchange Association (JVCEA). They were the 8th financial services company to do so. Membership is a huge milestone on the road to becoming a legal Crypto Asset Exchange Service Provider in Japan.
The Wirex Card also managed to have 2,600,000 registered customers, in September 2019. 3,000 people are registering every day. Between them, Wirex customers apparently buy an average of 1,126 cups of coffee every day across 193 countries. In the UK, the most popular places to use a Wirex card are Amazon, Sainsburys and McDonalds.