Coinbase announced the expansion of its crypto Visa debit card service to six new countries across Europe.
Six more countries in the E.U. get access to Coinbase Card.
The leading cryptocurrency exchange in the U.S., Coinbase, will see its Visa debit card service expand to six more European countries this month.
According to the company's official blog post, the Coinbase card will now be available to customers in Spain, Germany, France, Italy, Ireland, and the Netherlands.
Coinbase's Visa debit card debuted in the U.K. in April this year after securing an e-money license in the country.
The Coinbase Card will be available in the 6 European countries as of June 12, the company said, with its CEO adding that it has seen "Extremely strong take-up" since its U.K. launch.
Users of the Coinbase Card are able to make fast, contactless payments everywhere where Visa cards are accepted.
Customers interested in the Coinbase Card can request it through the Coinbase app by joining the waitlist.
Once the waitlist closes, the users' crypto balance will immediately be available through the in-app virtual card while they wait for the physical card to be sent through the post.
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Coinbase crypto debit card now available in six more countries in Europe
Published on Jun 12, 2019
by Cryptoslate | Published on Coinage
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