You shouldn’t have to pay fees to spend your crypto. It’s yours, after all.
But this isn’t how it works with most crypto cards today. When you spend your crypto, companies charge you a transaction fee to convert your crypto to cash prior to completing your purchase.
We believe you should be able to spend your crypto freely.
This is why we’re introducing the Blockchain.com Visa Card.
With the Blockchain.com Visa Card, you can spend any crypto in your Blockchain.com Wallet without fees while earning 1% back in crypto on all your purchases.
Works like a debit card
Pay from your crypto or cash balance anywhere Visa debit cards are accepted.¹
No sign up fees. No card issuance fees. No annual fees. No transaction fees.²
Earn crypto back
Get 1% back in crypto whenever you make a purchase.
Starting today, US customers can join the waitlist for the Blockchain.com Visa Card.
The first customers will be able to order your card soon and immediately use it for online purchases, with your physical card to be delivered in the mail shortly after.
Ready to use your crypto? Join the waitlist today.
The Blockchain.com Visa Card is issued by Pathward, N.A., Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc. The Blockchain.com Visa Card is powered by Marqeta. The Blockchain.com Visa Card can be used everywhere Visa debit cards are accepted.
The Blockchain.com Visa Card will be available to all eligible US customers. Customers must also have a verified Blockchain.com Wallet account.
¹Blockchain.com will automatically convert cryptocurrency to US Dollars for use in purchases and withdrawing at ATMs.
²No additional Blockchain.com fees but Blockchain.com receives a spread when we sell the underlying cryptocurrencies.
The purchase of crypto entails a risk. The value of crypto can fluctuate and capital involved in a crypto transaction is subject to market volatility and loss.
Digital currencies are not bank deposits, are not legal tender, and are not backed by the government. Blockchain.com’s products and services are not subject to any governmental or government-backed deposit protection schemes. Legislative and regulatory changes or actions in any jurisdiction in which Blockchain.com’s customers are located may adversely affect the use, transfer, exchange, and value of digital currencies.