European cryptocurrency exchange platform, CoinDeal announced the launch of the of a debit card.
Based on reports, the CoinDeal debit card makes cryptocurrency payments easier than before. The card reportedly makes settlement possible at any time and at any place.
Besides, interested users get the chance to use CoinDeal Visa debit cards to make payments all over the world. As well as, to make cash withdrawals from ATMs in local currencies.
Notably, the pre-order of the crypto debit card is free at the moment. Besides, every card request gets rewarded with 20 CDL and users get the chance to trade them immediately on the market. However, only the first 50,000 users get the chance to pre-order for free.
How does one get a crypto debit card?
According to reports, anyone interested in receiving a CoinDeal crypto debit card simply needs to register themselves for the pre-order Visa debit card. Once verified 50,000 people will receive a free card and 20 CDL Tokens.
📢ATTENTION! Pay with #crypto everywhere! 📌
📌 Just order it now: https://t.co/8ZptKENLvW.
— CoinDeal Global (@coindealcom) February 26, 2020
Interested parties would also need to download and get connected to a mobile application. Finally, the user must initiate a first deposit and the first trade on any of the exchange markets.
Notably, the exchange revealed that users can only pre-order the card at the moment. They claim that the final distribution date depends on the interest in the Card, and service providers’ agreements.
The cryptocurrency exchange claims to be one of the most powerful exchange platforms, offering access to about 50 currency pairs. This includes cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin. The platform also offers FIAT currencies like euro (EUR), dollar (USD), British Pound (GBP), Polish Zloty (PLN), Rouble (RUB), Swiss Franc (CHF) and Korean Won (KRW).
CoinDeal also claims they ensure high-security standards and quick response to users’ needs. The platform claims they consult users about new features before implementation.
Aside from the new debit cards, the company recently launched its mobile iOS and Android apps.
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