As popularity of crypto grows, it’s only natural that immediate access to crypto funds grow along with it.
To make this as convenient as possible, companies are now issuing cards to users so they can have more options to access their crypto instantaneously.
However, before you choose a card, you should research to see which option is best for you.
Consider the fees, (if any) rewards, and any additional perks that the card may offer.
To help you with your research, I’ve listed 3 cards to consider below:
1. Nexo Mastercard (Credit) – this is one of the best cards available because you can take out large loans on your crypto. Up to 2 million to be exact.
The card is also able to be used anywhere Mastercard is accepted and even comes with the ability to earn 2% rewards. An additional smartphone app gives you more control over the card in case it gets lost or stolen.
2. Crypto.com Visa (Debit) – This is the world’s first free, metal and crypto linked debit card. There are no fees and a straightforward top up model that makes it incredibly easy to load your account.
You can also receive rewards from streaming services like Netflix, Amazon, Spotify and more. Also, being able to visit the Crypto.com airport lounge on your next trip isn’t a bad option either. 😉
3. Coinbase Visa – Since Coinbase is one of the largest exchanges in the world and the largest in the U.S., it only makes sense to have this as an option for U.S. citizens.
There are limitations with this card such as spending and withdrawal limits with a 1% penalty imposed for surpassing those allowances.
However, it’s worth it for convenience sake if you’re using Coinbase as your crypto exchange.
While these three cards are among some of the popular options, they are not the only ones.
There are at least 15 other options that you can explore such as Bitpay, Venmo, eToro, and more.
The final thought is that it’s never been a better time to get a crypto card. Each has its perks and can make accessing your crypto profits easier than ever.
Just make sure to do your due diligence before picking a card that’s right for your situation.