A London startup is launching a debit card that lets you spend bitcoin and ethereum
New startup London Block Exchange is launching a prepaid card linked to an app that will let people spend and hold cryptocurrencies.
The startup has raised £2 million from private investors and is headed by an 18-year Credit Suisse veteran.
A London-startup headed by a Credit Suisse veteran is launching a new debit card that it claims will allow people to spend cryptocurrencies across the UK.
The London Block Exchange (LBX) launched on Tuesday. It plans to launch a sterling-to-cryptocurrency exchange and a Visa debit card, dubbed “Dragoncard,” that will allow people to spend bitcoin, ethereum, ripple, litecoin and monero across the UK. …read more
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