Virtual Crypto Cards are good alternative to Bank Visa Cards. These cards helps you to use your crypto directly on any atm machines world wide. We're going to show how we can get these virtaul cards with little or not stress especially if you're in Nigeria.
NB: Any deposit made to any of the virtual cards, are at your own risk and not a financial advice.
Crypetrium issues a virtual card for Crypto Transactions
How to get Crypterium Card
Patricial E-commerce platform offers both Gift cards and Crypto Virtual Cards
Patricia, a Nigerian e-commerce platform that started with gift cards trading, has set out to make it easy for customers to buy and sell bitcoin, as its website notes.
The Patricia Bitcoin ATM Card will allow users to withdraw cash directly from their BTC and Nigerian naira wallets, make POS payments and online transactions, transfer funds through teller machines like with any other debit card issued by a traditional bank. Registration is required to obtain the card.
Benefits of Using Patricia
- Access your accounts and manage payments from whereever you are 24/7
- se your Patricia Payment for online purchases
- Withdraw cash direct from your wallets BTC
- Move around the world with your Card
How to get Patricia Virtual Atm Card
- First Create an account with Patricia
- Choose Card Request and under customization, make a selection of the styles and fill your full name and details
- Choose how fast you want your card delivered
- Follow the instructions on your account to activate the card
Kudi Partners with Stanbic IBTC Bank to Issue Virtaul Debit Card
Nigerian company First Kudi offers users a currency exchange and payments app. The mobile software facilitates purchases and sales of cryptocurrencies with Nigeria’s national fiat, the naira, and U.S. dollars. Users can link their bank account or credit card to the application which allows them to transact between Kudi wallets free of charge, deposit and withdraw funds from other crypto wallets and fiat accounts, and make payments at POS terminals.
the fintech platform is owned by TLG Ventures in partnership with Ferrum Network and operates from Lagos. Besides the fiat options, which also include Ghanaian cedi and Kenyan shilling, its app supports bitcoin core (BTC), ethereum (ETH), the stablecoin Gemini dollar (GUSD), and the native Ferrum Network Token (FRM).
First Kudi now issues a debit Kudi Card in partnership with Nigeria’s Stanbic IBTC bank, member of Stanbic IBTC Holdings and Standard Bank Group, a South African financial services provider and Africa’s largest banking group. Holders can use the card to turn crypto into traditional money or buy goods and services with bitcoin and naira. Its balance can be topped up directly from the Kudi Wallet.
A Kudi account is needed to order and use the wallet and the Verve card, and users need to pass KYC. The procedure involves providing full name, email address, and phone number, the Nigeria Bitcoin Community portal details. Certain fees apply to some transactions with First Kudi. Bitcoin withdrawals to another wallet are charged 0.0005 BTC per transfer. Withdrawing fiat to a bank account will cost you 100 NGN ($0.27) for naira and $10 for U.S. dollars. The POS transaction fee for bitcoin, naira, and dollars is 0.50%.