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Apple Pay Integrates with Crypterium Bitcoin Card Increasing Adoption

Apple Pay Integrates with Crypterium Bitcoin Card Increasing Adoption

For years, some people have claimed how cryptocurrencies will replace traditional finance. Mainstream adoption of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies continues to boom, and now a Bitcoin card can be added to Apple Pay.

Crypterium, recently issued global Bitcoin cards which are supported in 178.  They can be used at over 50 million retailers, online & offline, and have a limit of, $13,000 per day.

the card can be acquired free of cost and the account has a negligible monthly fee. If thcard holder actively funds their card, the monthly fee can be returned as cashback.

Crypterium already has a partnership with Visa and now users can add their Crypterium cards to Apple Pay.

New users can choose between a digital and virtual card, or simply get both. Obtaining a virtual card if a plastic one is ordered can be done through a 3D passcode without KYC requirement. This verification procedure only applies to first-time customers.

Existing Crypterium users can obtain the virtual Visa card free of charge. Similar to the physical product, it can be loaded with a more than decent amount. Current limits sit at €5000 daily. They also come with the same tariffs and limits other than cash withdrawals.

Card holders can add their card to Apple Pay and immediately access all of the benefits it provides. This includes pay-by-tap through iOS smart devices at supporting retailers. In terms of online shopping, the virtual card is recognized globally and can be used for any type of payment or subscription.

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