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A crypto card is any debit or credit card that allows you to pay using at least one type of cryptocurrency. You can write review and rate each card.

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The BitPay USD card is the latest offering for the payments institution Bitpay. Their fee schedule is incredibly honest telling you how to avoid the extra surcharges and fees - for example telling you to use a PoS (Point of Sale) terminal to get cashback and not face the £2 ATM surcharge - refreshing! However, the standard range of surcharges does apply… See more

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The Bitstamp card has one redeeming feature and that is that its connected to the Bitstamp exchange. Fees are charged in multiple areas - there are fees for PoS transactions and fees for Dormancy. At present not competitive with other cards on the market. See more

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The Wirex GBP Payment Card is Visa secured and crypto-enabled. It offers instant in-app currency exchange between fiat and crypto in any direction (£, $, €, Bitcoin and Litecoin). Once the account has been verified, users can manage multi-currencies using the virtual card through the app or order a physical card instead. The sort code and account number… See more

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The CoinsBank GBP card is has a multitude of restricted uses including use in the United States. This  is another card that does have a variety of increased fees levied on various transactions with ATM fees higher than average at GBP 4.95 with no PoS fees but a 3% currency conversion cost. Monthly fees and inactivity fees are charged from the second… See more

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WageCan is a Bitcoin focused company that provides both debit card solutions and cloud mining contracts. The WageCan Bitcoin USD debit card costs €184 to set up and has no activation fees. The card has a 1.5% foreign currency conversion cost and an ATM withdrawal fee of 2.5% (or minimum €2.45) for national and international withdrawals. See more

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The AdvCash Bitcoin debit cards are some of the most competitive on the market with set of low to none existent fees. Even foreign exchange conversion fees are low at 2% ATM fees at EUR 2 and the cost of the card itself at EUR 4.99. See more

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The Xapo Bitcoin EUR debit card costs EUR 17 and has a 3% foreign currency conversion cost. Xapo was one of the first to issue a Bitcoin debit card linked in to their Bitcoin wallet system.  The launch was plagued with issues such as the card not being branded, the wrong currency card being sent to the wrong jurisdiction and so on. However most of these… See more

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The Monaco Space Gray Card doesn't have a setup cost and will provide a 1.5% cashback on all purchases. No monthly/yearly fee will be charged to the users, unless the monthly limit of $800 is reached, thereafter, a 2% fee will be charged. Also, there will be a $10,000 interbank exchange rates limit per month, thereafter, a 0.5% fee will be charged… See more

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The CryptoPay GBP Bitcoin Debit Card offers users the ability to top up from their Cryptopay Bitcoin wallet. The card has the standard sets of fees for foreign and domestic ATM withdrawals and has a 1% loading fee for pushing your funds into pounds on the card.  There is also a monthly fee of 1 pound on top of the initial price of £15 GBP. Foreign… See more

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The Shake EUR Plastic card is accepted worldwide by either chip & pin or swipe and sign, allowing users to withdraw cash at ATMs all over the world or on online transactions. The Shake Android app allows you to top up your with Bitcoin, Dash, and Ethereum. The card has a 1€ monthly fee and a 3% foreign currency conversion cost. See more