It’s been a while Bitcoin Superstar has been launched and now it is recognized too since cryptocurrencies are becoming popular, they are now used for payments across various markets. If there is a thing that can dominate the conventional way of payment, it is crypto credit cards.

There are some companies which provide crypto credit cards.

  • Bitpay

They are USA based crypto credit card providers. It provides a visa MasterCard (prepaid) that is tied to a cryptocurrency case that supports instant conversion from bitcoin core and bitcoin money to America bucks and native currencies outside the country. This card is solely for the residents of America only, and to use you would like to produce a home address, government-issued id, and social insurance range and a few fees.

  • Shift

 another US-based provider of crypto credit cards, they provide visa cards with 0 maintenance fees but a 3% commission charge on international transactions. The card costs $20.

  • Wirex

it’s a Europe based credit card provider, it is a UK based startup company which gives you a physical card which comes with a chip and a pin. Currently, this is only for the residents of the European economic area, but the company is trying to launch this idea in American and Asian markets too.

  • Revolut

It is one of the British company that gives 1 Chronicles cashback in cryptocurrency for payments created with its metal card.

  • Cryptopay

 another card based in the UK, both in digital and the traditional card forms, chip, and the card costs $15.

  • Fuzex

 a physical card that is NCF enabled and has an EMV chip attached to it.

  • Crypto.com

Hong Kong-based Companyship the MCO cards (Visa) to its customers residing in Singapore.

  • Aximetria

Russia primarily based company that offers revolving credit joined with cryptocurrency billfold that then became accessible to Russia voters since last year itself. This Swiss Confederation primarily based startup is often used for each on-line and offline payment.