Shift Bitcoin Debit Card

Nov 25, 2015

Category: Tech

The rise in the use of Bitcoin is undeniable, as it is becoming accepted in more locations across the world. The day has finally come that we need a way to carry that Bitcoin around with us in a more convenient and usable solution. That solution is the Shift Card.

It’s the first bitcoin debit card to hit the market, and it allows you to connect your existing accounts to spend your bitcoins on any of the 38 million merchants worldwide that accept Coinbase or Dwolla. It allows users to spend their bitcoin anywhere in the world where VISA is accepted, and users receive instant notifications when money is spent. It’s a completely secure way to carry your bitcoin with you wherever you go. It’s available now for $10. [Purchase]

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