- BTSE introduces the BTSE Card, a global spending card that can be loaded with cryptocurrencies.
- Cardholders can make purchases at Mastercard’s extensive network of 53 million merchants in 210 countries, with a high transaction limit of 15,000 EUR.
- The card also provides access to a 2,000 EUR ATM withdrawal limit and accepts funding in various cryptocurrencies directly through the BTSE platform.
BTSE, an innovative and high-end digital asset exchange, has announced the launch of BTSE Card, which is an exclusive on the platform. This global spending card is a euro-denominated card that holds the potential to be topped up with cryptocurrencies. It can be used globally to make purchases in fiat across Mastercard’s global merchant network, both online and offline. Let’s check the detailed offerings of this card now.
The BTSE Card
The BTSE Card distinguishes itself from its competitors through its extensive global accessibility and the convenience of converting cryptocurrencies to traditional fiat currency. Cardholders have the flexibility to make purchases at any of Mastercard’s 53 million merchants across 210 countries and territories, benefiting from a substantial transaction limit of 15,000 EUR.
Possessing a physical card also grants users access to Mastercard’s worldwide ATM network, with a withdrawal limit of 2,000 EUR. Cardholders can fund their cards using various cryptocurrencies such as Tether (USDT) or USD Coin (USDC), Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), and Euro (EUR) directly through the BTSE platform.
According to Henry Liu, CEO of BTSE, “Users will be able to spend their BTSE balances in a diverse range of scenarios, from retail to e-commerce, travel, and more. This reinforces our intentions to create the best possible products for our users and enable crypto use worldwide.”
As the developments continue in the crypto-sphere, the BTSE card marks the start of a new era. As the use of cryptocurrencies increases across Europe, let’s see how these developments will continue.