Listen to article The first Litecoin native Visa debit card is being launched by BlockCard.
Charlie Lee told Cointelegraph this is their second attempt at the endeavour as the previous one failed: "We previously worked with LitePay on a debit card but that failed when LitePay went out of business."
"There are other crypto debit cards available today that support Litecoin, but they only support funding with LTC. This card is natively LTC, so funds are kept in LTC until you swipe the card."
"I don't think that even exists. Most Litecoiners support and hold BTC also."
Users will be able to make deposits in twelve of the most popular crypto currencies, including all major stablecoins.
According to Lee, approximately 300 users have signed up so far.
Meanwhile Litecoin has continuously stayed among top ten coins by market capitalization and has one of the biggest followings on social media.
First Litecoin-Native Visa Debit Card Is Being Launched
pubblicato su Aug 14, 2020
by Cointele | pubblicato su Coinage
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