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Crypto Debit Cards from Binance Are Now Reaching the Europe Continent

In a confirmation from its CEO Changpeng Zhao, commonly known as CZ, crypto firm Binance has started to ship its crypto debit cards to Europe.

On July 24, the limited pieces, and a fulfillment of its business plans by the Malta-based blockchain company, are ready to be used by consumers in the European Economic Area.

Called the ‘Binance Card’ will allow users to do a transaction using cryptocurrencies that include but not limited to BTC, BNB, SXP, and BUSD.

Swipe’s platform powers it, and a crypto debit card will enable its holders to switch their digital assets into fiat currency at point-of-sale (POS) terminals.

This type of product can digital assets in natural form until they make a payment at merchant POS or online.

The card can be used to 600 million worldwide.

In April 2020, Binance announced this moved. This came after the company bought Swipe, the digital asset debit card company. Based on the timeline they provided, an August European launch date for chosen parts of the continent.

What’s ahead?

The crypto exchange giant also revealed its scaling operations were going to expand exponentially as they gear toward this kind of development in the crypto industry.

He said that the next country to see these phenomenal cards is the United Kingdom, which is happening very soon.

CZ is taking this leap as a global initiative that will soon bring into the shores of various countries.

Albeit fewer details being given, the company assured of ongoing development on its end.

Recording booming growth amidst the threat of the pandemic, Binance has been relentless since its announcement to partner with cards a year ago. One example is the partnership between Visa and MasterCard. Last year is enabled everyone to get bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), XRP tokens, and start trading on within minutes.

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