Hardware wallets

MCO Visa (by Crypto.com)

MCO Visa is a relatively new type of cryptocurrency debit card. It is best suited for customers who often travel and shop abroad. It is available for customers in the USA, Europe, and Singapore.
Card Issuance: $
0
FREE

Pays back 1-5% of the total amount spent in MCO tokens.

Supported Coins:
BTC, ETH, LTC, XRP, MCO, BAT, BNB, TUSD and ENJ.

SpectroCoin

SpectroCoin prepaid card is available in almost 200 countries worldwide. Aside from the pre-paid card, it is also an online wallet and exchange platform.
Card Issuance: $
8
FREE

Both physical and virtual cards are available.

Supported Coins:
Bitcoin, Ether, Dash and NEM.

Revolut

Revolut is one of the most well-known bitcoin debit cards in Europe. First started in the UK, it is now available in the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland, and Australia.
Card Issuance: $
0
FREE

Feels like a modern banking service.

Supported Coins:
You cannot hold the coins - only gain exposure to Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), and Ripple (XRP).

Uquid

The Uquid Bitcoin debit card is a no-limit bitcoin debit card. It is geared towards serving clients in the UK, but it is also available in most countries worldwide.
Card Issuance: $
17
FREE

Large amount of cryptocurrencies are supported.

Supported Coins:
Bitcoin and over 85 different altcoins.

Cryptopay

CryptoPay Bitcoin Debit card is available for UK, most European Countries, and Russia. They are working on expanding their availibility to Singapore as well.
Card Issuance: $
0
FREE

All features are combined: wallet, exchange and a debit card.

Supported Coins:
BTC, ETH, LTC and XRP.

WireX

WireX started as a provider for virtual cards and in February 2016, the WireX visa came on the market. The company claims to be the link between traditional banking and cryptocurrencies.
Card Issuance: $
17
FREE

Both Android and iOS apps are available making payments more accessible.

Supported Coins:
BTC, LTC, XRP, ETH and WAVES

Bitpay

BitPay was founded in 2011 with the goal to make accepting bitcoins easier for businesses. Today, BitPay is largest bitcoin payment processor in the world.
Card Issuance: $
9.95
FREE

Well established company since 2011.

Supported Coins:
BTC, BCH, GUSD, PAX and USDC.

Euro (EUR) Bitcoin Debit Cards

MCO Visa (by Crypto.com)

MCO Visa is a relatively new type of cryptocurrency debit card. It is best suited for customers who often travel and shop abroad. It is available for customers in the USA, Europe, and Singapore.
Card Issuance: $
0
FREE

Pays back 1-5% of the total amount spent in MCO tokens.

Supported Coins:
BTC, ETH, LTC, XRP, MCO, BAT, BNB, TUSD and ENJ.

SpectroCoin

SpectroCoin prepaid card is available in almost 200 countries worldwide. Aside from the pre-paid card, it is also an online wallet and exchange platform.
Card Issuance: $
8
FREE

Both physical and virtual cards are available.

Supported Coins:
Bitcoin, Ether, Dash and NEM.

Revolut

Revolut is one of the most well-known bitcoin debit cards in Europe. First started in the UK, it is now available in the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland, and Australia.
Card Issuance: $
0
FREE

Feels like a modern banking service.

Supported Coins:
You cannot hold the coins - only gain exposure to Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), and Ripple (XRP).

Uquid

The Uquid Bitcoin debit card is a no-limit bitcoin debit card. It is geared towards serving clients in the UK, but it is also available in most countries worldwide.
Card Issuance: $
17
FREE

Large amount of cryptocurrencies are supported.

Supported Coins:
Bitcoin and over 85 different altcoins.

Cryptopay

CryptoPay Bitcoin Debit card is available for UK, most European Countries, and Russia. They are working on expanding their availibility to Singapore as well.
Card Issuance: $
0
FREE

All features are combined: wallet, exchange and a debit card.

Supported Coins:
BTC, ETH, LTC and XRP.

WireX

WireX started as a provider for virtual cards and in February 2016, the WireX visa came on the market. The company claims to be the link between traditional banking and cryptocurrencies.
Card Issuance: $
17
FREE

Both Android and iOS apps are available making payments more accessible.

Supported Coins:
BTC, LTC, XRP, ETH and WAVES

Desktop Wallets

MCO Visa (by Crypto.com)

MCO Visa is a relatively new type of cryptocurrency debit card. It is best suited for customers who often travel and shop abroad. It is available for customers in the USA, Europe, and Singapore.
Card Issuance: $
0
FREE

Pays back 1-5% of the total amount spent in MCO tokens.

Supported Coins:
BTC, ETH, LTC, XRP, MCO, BAT, BNB, TUSD and ENJ.

SpectroCoin

SpectroCoin prepaid card is available in almost 200 countries worldwide. Aside from the pre-paid card, it is also an online wallet and exchange platform.
Card Issuance: $
8
FREE

Both physical and virtual cards are available.

Supported Coins:
Bitcoin, Ether, Dash and NEM.

Revolut

Revolut is one of the most well-known bitcoin debit cards in Europe. First started in the UK, it is now available in the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland, and Australia.
Card Issuance: $
0
FREE

Feels like a modern banking service.

Supported Coins:
You cannot hold the coins - only gain exposure to Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), and Ripple (XRP).

Uquid

The Uquid Bitcoin debit card is a no-limit bitcoin debit card. It is geared towards serving clients in the UK, but it is also available in most countries worldwide.
Card Issuance: $
17
FREE

Large amount of cryptocurrencies are supported.

Supported Coins:
Bitcoin and over 85 different altcoins.

Cryptopay

CryptoPay Bitcoin Debit card is available for UK, most European Countries, and Russia. They are working on expanding their availibility to Singapore as well.
Card Issuance: $
0
FREE

All features are combined: wallet, exchange and a debit card.

Supported Coins:
BTC, ETH, LTC and XRP.

WireX

WireX started as a provider for virtual cards and in February 2016, the WireX visa came on the market. The company claims to be the link between traditional banking and cryptocurrencies.
Card Issuance: $
17
FREE

Both Android and iOS apps are available making payments more accessible.

Supported Coins:
BTC, LTC, XRP, ETH and WAVES

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