Some of Binance Users Will Be Able to Issue Virtual Crypto Card
Binance Pay has partnered with the fintech project CardB to enable users in Azerbaijan, Armenia, Tajikistan, Moldova, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkmenistan to issue a virtual payment crypto card. This card allows customers to make convenient payments with crypto for daily purchases.
To get the card, you must have a Binance account and download the CardB mobile app. The card offers three levels: Blue, Bronze, or Gold. While the Blue card is free, Bronze and Gold cards incur a fee of $0.99.
Replenishing the card is possible only via Binance Pay using any cryptocurrency supported by the crypto exchange. Additionally, CardB will be compatible with Apple Pay and Samsung Pay, expanding its accessibility and versatility.
To obtain this virtual payment card through the Binance app, follow these steps outlined by VipDeposits:
Furthermore, Binance and CardB have announced a limited promotion where a fixed fee of $0.99 will be applicable for card usage from November 7, 2023, to February 5, 2024.
Earlier, Binance announced the cessation of crypto card issuance within the European Economic Area (EEA). Existing accounts will no longer be usable after December 20. However, this change will not affect the main accounts of users.
In October, Binance resumed euro transactions.