9 Best Bitcoin Debit Cards To Spend Crypto In 2024

Bitcoin is now over 14 years old.

Though the number of merchants accepting bitcoin is thriving, it is a little difficult for a normal user to quickly spend BTC on goods and services.

If you find a merchant that accepts bitcoins directly, then all is well and good.

If not, then you have to sell your BTCs yourself on an exchange, withdraw the fiat currency back to your bank account, and then spend it.

But with Bitcoin debit cards, a few of these steps have been eliminated. The card companies do the exchanging part, and you just spend your BTCs freely.

Here are the best Bitcoin debit cards to use in 2023:

  1. Crypto.com cards
  2. Binance card (up to 8% cashback)
  3. Wirex Debit card (5% Cashback)
  4. Cryptopay debit card
  5. Nexo Card (About to launch)
  6. Coinbase Bitcoin debit card
  7. Bitpay debit card
  8. Juno.finance – Crypto card with checking account (For USA 🇺🇸 users)

That’s why today we are going to discuss such Bitcoin debit cards services which allow you to spend your bitcoins easily, even if a merchant doesn’t accept bitcoins.

Best Bitcoin Debit card: One with value for money

1. Crypto.com MCO Visa card (Metal visa card)

Visa card by Crypto.com is perhaps one after sought card by almost all crypto users. Crypto.com Visa cards are metal cards and come in different variants.

The Prepaid Visa card is available in U.S.A., Singapore, and a few other countries. You can stake CRO token to enjoy extra benefits on the card. Some of the benefits are:

  • Free Netflix account
  • Free Spotify subscription
  • More cashback on each spent
  • Cashback on Airbnb and Expedia bookings

The features of this card are designed for modern users like you and me and let’s have a look at some of the features of MCO Visa cards.

The steel card adds elegance to this popular Bitcoin debit card.

2. Binance card

Binance world’s largest crypto exchange is offering a zero fee via card. This card is available for all Binance users in select regions.

You simply top-up your card with funds through the Binance Card App in the form of Bitcoin or BNB, and you’re ready to go. It’s as simple as transferring BNB from one wallet to another. Your card will then use this balance for your card payments and automatically deduct all expenses from the balance every time you make payment. The Binance Card will be accepted by more than 46 million merchants offline and online in 200 regions and territories, which makes shopping with crypto easier than ever before. 

At the time of updating this post, Binance card is available in EEA region.

Perks of the physical Binance Card

  • EUR 8.700 daily spending limit
  • EUR 290 daily ATM retrieval
  • Up to 8% cashback
  • Free card

To order a Binance card, login or register an account on Binance.

Once you are logged in, select Finance > Binance visa card

From here you can apply for Binance visa card.

3. Coinbase Card

Availability: USA and select European countries

Coinbase card powered by Visa is available for all Coinbase users in USA and internationally. Users can use this card to make online payments, in-store payments and also for ATM withdrawals. You can utilize your Coinbase account funds for card payment.

There is no card issuance or transaction fee for U.S. users, although overseas users must pay ₤4.95 and 2.9%, respectively. If you are new to Coinbase, do read my earlier review of Coinbase to learn everything about this popular exchange.

Coinbase Card allows you to spend crypto or USDC anywhere VISA cards are accepted. You can use your card to spend any of the cryptocurrencies that you own. Crypto or USDC is drawn directly from your Coinbase account and used to fund your purchases. 

For US-based users, there are no application fees and the card is free as long as your Coinbase account is verified. If you live outside of the US, there is an issuance fee of £4.95 / 4.95 €. The below chart shows all the cost associated with Binance card for non-US users:

4. Wirex Bitcoin Debit Card

Wirex Bitcoin Debit Card

Wirex, which was previously known as E-coin issues, is a popular Bitcoin debit card. It is available in both virtual and physical forms and is delivered free of cost to you for now. [Limited time offer]

Wirex Bitcoin Debit Card
Supported CurrencyUSD, EUR, GBP
Has An AppYes
Physical CardYes
Virtual CardYes
Card TypeVISA

Plus it provides 0.5% crypto cashback whenever you do in-store purchases. Also, it’s a debit card. Not pre-paid debit card. You also get an account number and sort code (just like a traditional bank) so you spend the money in your account with the card. Note: The GBP card is a Visa Debit Card and the EUR or USD cards are prepaid cards and service is available only for Europe and UK users.

You are also free to use the Wirex app/wallet to send, receive, and control money worldwide.

Note, that all standard fees are applicable to Wirex Bitcoin debit cards, and registration is not anonymous.

5. Cryptopay Bitcoin Debit Card

Availability: UK & Europe

Cryptopay was founded in October of 2013, and it is a wallet and payment platform where merchants and consumers can transact with each other.

Cryptopay Bitcoin Debit Card
Supported CurrencyUSD, EUR, GBP
Has An AppYes
Physical CardYes
Virtual CardYes
Card TypeVISA

Cryptopay issues Bitcoin debit cards which are a low commission. They are delivered worldwide free of cost within 3-10 days. They are issued in both physical and virtual card forms.

No ID verification is required to order your Cryptopay Bitcoin debit card, but it is not anonymous, as your name and email ID are required for registration.

It is accepted anywhere Visa debit cards are accepted.

Plastic Card Fees:

Virtual Card Fees:

Virtual Card Fees

6. Choise – Crypterium Visa card

Availability: International

If you are from a country where no one serves Bitcoin debit cards, you might be in luck with Crypterium pre-paid VISA card. Crypterium debit card is powered by Visa.

Using the Crypterium visa card, you can buy products online and offline. You can also withdraw funds from ATM around the globe using Crypterium card.

Few things to know:

  • You can order the card from Crypterium mobile app
  • Right now, only one card is available which costs about $9 + delivery charges.
  • Delivery is managed by DHL (If you opt for paid one)
  • After placing the order, it can take 2-3 weeks for the card to be dispatched.
  • This is a pre-paid visa card, and you can fund your account using crypto
  • You can opt for a physical card or a virtual card

7. Nexo Card

Nexo is one of the unique services in this list that physical card and also offers free Virtual cards for safe online purchase. Nexo wallet ( custodial wallet) offers zero transaction fees and you can easily use your existing funds to use with your card. There is no monthly/annual fees, no FX fees.

Features of Next card:

  • Freeze and Unfreeze your card with a single tap.
  • Create free virtual cards for online purchases
  • Cashback on all purchases
  • Payment in local currencies
  • View your Pin and change it at any ATM

8. Juno Finance card

Juno finance is a new entrant in the field of crypto debit cards, and you should use it with caution, as it’s new. This service is available for only USA users at this moment, and they claim it is FDIC insured.

  • Get $50 bonus on your first Direct deposit of $250 or more
  • Available for the USA users only
  • It offers checking bank account
  • They raised series A funding of 18 Million in the last quarter of 2022
  • Automated tax reporting through form 1099 for cash and crypto earnings

Which Bitcoin Debit Card To Choose?

Nowadays, many financial startups are coming up with more and more crypto debit cards.

So how do you decide the best for you among so many available options?

In my opinion, you should look out for the following things before choosing your Bitcoin debit card:

  • Do they serve in your country?
  • Is the fee structure reasonable?
  • Is it a VISA/MasterCard?
  • Are their software wallets free of bugs?
  • Are there additional fees?
  • Is the startup well-funded?
  • What’s the company’s background?

MCO visa card seems to be the top Crypto debit card at this moment.

The others we’ve listed above are all highly reputable and will provide you with great Bitcoin debit card service. But it’s always advised to do your due diligence.

Is using Crypto debit card a taxable event?

Yes, when you use a crypto debit card, it is a taxable event. You need to keep a record of your transaction and include it in your financials. You can use tools like Cointracker to automate this aspect of tax accounting.

Are crypto debit cards worth it?

It depends upon which crypto debit card you have and where you are using it. There are a lot of costs involved when using a crypto debit card, and that often makes it not so useful over traditional debit card. Many companies offer rebate and rewards, which offset these high transactions fees. Another thing to note is, these cards are usually in EURO, so if you are making payment outside EU region, you may face more transactions fees and currency conversion fees.

Now we would like to hear about your experience with using Bitcoin debit cards. Which card are you using? Which card do you recommend? Do let us know in the comments section below!

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23 thoughts on “9 Best Bitcoin Debit Cards To Spend Crypto In 2024”

  1. jetglobal

    Hi, I am using Spectrocoin debit card. I like the fact that you can use DASH to send to Spectrocoin to recharge the card. (You can use Bitcoin also, but Dash transactions are so much faster and cheaper.)

    The fees are lower too and I did not any payment problems so far.

    1. Harsh Agrawal

      Thanks jetglobal
      Will review SpectroCoin cards and add it.

  2. amrnajr

    I noticed that none of the physical Debit cards listed above are available to residents of the U.S.?

    1. Harsh Agrawal

      Yes, that’s their policy and some countries they don’t serve as well.

  3. Nicki Love

    As of October 15, 2017, any bitcoin debit card issued by Wave Crest will be deactivated outside the European region. Now, I’m scrambling for a new card as I am on Belize, Central America and there are no BTC machines available here and cash is still king. For many of us unbanked, bitcoin is a no-brainer to me. I’ve heard rumors MasterCard is going to offer a card, but I haven’t seen any offers yet. They’d better hurry!!!

  4. Nicki Love

    I find your article outdated.

    For those of us who ‘need’ plastic cards, most of the companies you listed above will have their customers’ Visa cards de-serviced as of October 15, 2017 for all countries outside the European Union:

    SpectroCoin, Xapo, Wirex and Uquid.

    I’ve been in touch with all of them and they are searching or in talks with new vendors to cover the rest of the world.

    Wirex will be offering a ‘contactless’ card, which means the merchant has to have a scanner to be used with a smartphone–not available on Belize yet.

    Uquid will not accept my US Passport to verify my account, but the other 3 have.

    I keep looking, but will be informed by the above companies as soon as a solution is found.

    1. paul squire

      Thank you I am looking to, there was one, but looks like it is based in germany and I’ve just looked it up and that is spectocoin so they are out too. Damn it. I woill let you know if I find anything.

      1. Nicki Love

        Thanks, Paul. I have looked at Uquid and Cryptopayme, same boat without any oars.

        Wirex presented a webinar last week that they were taken by surprise and are working on a Contactless card, but nothing concrete yet. Many of us on the webinar voiced that we need a plastic card too, that the contactless won’t help us to withdraw from ATMs. All I know is they’re working on it.

  5. paul squire

    They are based in England and will be using wavecrest and therefore will shut down after 10th October outside EU.

  6. Kagwiria Kimathi

    Is there a card that serves most global countries especially in Africa? I see most are limited to countries they serve

    1. Harsh Agrawal

      @KK Thanks will update this with more info.
      For now thisserves in Africa.

  7. ASCH

    i wouldn’t recommend UQUID to anyone really , they let you deposit money in their account only not to even be able to purchase a virtual debit card whatsoever , my money is still in my uquid account and i have nothing i can do with it except to recharge my mbile phone with the balance . find other btc debit cards providers elsewhere or get scammed .

    1. Barry Edmiston

      Thanks! Fortunately I got hung in the process of verifying because it wouldn’t accept my South American phone numbers as valid. I was doing this even though the web site doesn’t pass the “smell test.”

  8. Sircobby

    Hey Great article, i was looking for one card we use in Ghana , all these cant be used in Ghana. Any help

  9. Tonis Sepp

    Where can I cash out Bitcoin, through debit or credit card?

  10. Anonyman

    Well, anything for saudi arabia? These cards boasting worldwide delivery barely list 50 countries in their card delivery sections.

  11. Dan

    Uquid is currently not working unfortunately.

  12. Pat Jo

    Currently I have tried all of them and only wirex is legit, all the rest are still waiting to issue their card for some reasons. I have registered on all.

  13. Eissa Awwad


    How are you?

    Does Cryptopay still issue their debit cards to Australia, please?

    Thank you very much and have a nice day.


  14. Isaac

    what bitcoin debit card card I use in Ghana.

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