17 Best Bitcoin Debit Cards You Can Use Today in 2020
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Bitcarder : Fuel, Groceries, Retail, Restaurants and more! All for Bitcoin!
Greetings to everyone! Who is bitcarder? Bitcarder is a Canadian gift card distributor that only accepts Bitcoin as payment. Our aim is to enable the use of digital currencies to buy goods and services at major retailers or service providers across Canada. We strive to provide the most sought after gift cards and offer the best customer support and satisfaction. What gift cards can I buy? Canadians can pay for fuel, groceries, clothing, toys and phone usage all with Bitcoin without the pricey and laborious procedure of using virtual currency exchanges to trade their Bitcoins to fiat. We offer physical cards yet we will have the option of e-gift cards where applicable in the coming weeks. What do the fees look like? There are no fees! Prices are calculated and update live from a weighted average of MtGox and Cavirtex orderbooks. You just pay shipping & handling if you order a physical card. The first week of orders will enjoy free shipping! If I'm not from Canada can I still participate? Yes. Keep in mind that all gift cards obtained through bitcarder will be filled with Canadian dollars and depending on where you are in the world the appropriate exchange rate will be reflected in your purchases if the card is accepted at the location. When will bitcarder be live? We are currently commencing beta testing. All accounts registered during the first month of operations will be considered beta testers. If you encounter any type of bug, typo or simply have a suggestion to enhance the platform please contact us about it. Here at Bitcarder we aim to provide the transparency and trust that the customer deserves! We want to make Bitcoin more spendable on everyday things. Most importantly we want the Bitcoin economy to grow and prosper! Questions? Just ask here or reach us through the contact form on our website! Make sure to visit us at bitcarder soon and take advantage of the limited time free shipping offer!
Buy gas, groceries, clothing, food, and more with Bitcoin in Canada through Bitcarder!
Greetings to everyone! We are pleased to announce that the service is launched and we are ready to process orders! Who is bitcarder? Bitcarder is a Canadian gift card distributor that only accepts Bitcoin as payment. Our aim is to enable the use of digital currencies to buy goods and services at major retailers or service providers across Canada. We strive to provide the most sought after gift cards and offer the best customer support and satisfaction. What gift cards can I buy? Canadians can pay for fuel, groceries, clothing, toys and phone usage all with Bitcoin without the pricey and laborious procedure of using virtual currency exchanges to trade their Bitcoins to fiat. We offer physical cards yet we will have the option of e-gift cards where applicable in the coming weeks. What do the fees look like? There are no fees! Prices are calculated and update live from a weighted average of MtGox and Cavirtex orderbooks. You just pay shipping & handling if you order a physical card. The first week of orders will enjoy free shipping! If I'm not from Canada can I still participate? Yes. Keep in mind that all gift cards obtained through bitcarder will be filled with Canadian dollars and depending on where you are in the world the appropriate exchange rate will be reflected in your purchases if the card is accepted at the location. When will bitcarder be live? We are currently commencing beta testing. All accounts registered during the first month of operations will be considered beta testers. If you encounter any type of bug, typo or simply have a suggestion to enhance the platform please contact us about it. Here at Bitcarder we aim to provide the transparency and trust that the customer deserves! We want to make Bitcoin more spendable on everyday things. Most importantly we want the Bitcoin economy to grow and prosper! Questions? Just ask here or reach us through the contact form on our website! Make sure to visit us at bitcarder and take advantage of the limited time free shipping offer!
Will bitcoin ever be as easy as swiping a bitcard?
I still don't understand how I would theoretically use this stuff if I figured out how to actually buy it. When is there going to be some technology that regular dummies like me can just pick up and start using with compatible vendors, or is there a reason it can never work like this?
Coming soon: Buy any type of gift card with Bitcoin through Bitcarder in Canada
Greetings to everyone! Who is bitcarder? Bitcarder is a Canadian technology company and gift card distributor that accepts Bitcoin as payment. Our aim is to enable the use of digital currencies to buy goods and services at major retailers or service providers across Canada. We strive to provide the most sought after gift cards and offer the best customer support and satisfaction. What gift cards can I buy? Canadians can pay for fuel, groceries, clothing, toys and phone usage all with Bitcoin without the pricey and laborious procedures of using virtual currency exchanges. We offer mostly physical cards yet we have the option of e-gift cards when applicable. What do the fees look like? There are no fees! Prices are calculated and update live from a weighted average of MtGox and Cavirtex orderbooks. You just pay shipping & handling if you order a physical card. When will bitcarder be live? We are in the final steps of completing the catalog and will be commencing beta testing soon. We will be accepting beta testers during the following weeks. Questions? Do no hesitate to contact us by email at [email protected] should you have any questions. Or just ask here! Check us out!
Hello Reddit! This is the first place I wanted to debut a game I've been spending quite some time working on. It's a Bitcoin backed trading card game called "Bitcards". The game consists of collecting cards and then using those cards to construct decks which you can battle other players with. Each different card you collect will be represented by a different Omni Layer token which is ultimately secured by the Bitcoin blockchain. One of my (and the teams) core beliefs is that in order for blockchain technology to become widespread there must be sustained and varied use cases for the technology. Trading card games are an ideal space for blockchain tech to be applied as the blockchain solves two major issues with traditional trading card games up front.
Authenticity - Cardboard collectables can ultimately be forged no matter how many measures the manufacturer takes to make forgery difficult. Bitcoin baked tokens cannot be forged.
Trading cardboard with people is difficult - The blockchain is digital which allows the trading of assets to be done online or through various platforms, this makes trading much easier than meeting in person or trading cards at a hobbyist store.
The game will be free to play where you download the client and recieve a 60 card starter deck. The starter cards are not bitcoin backed tokens but rather a representation of some common cards on our server for you to get started with free of charge. After that you can purchase booster packs for about 1.5$ (in BTC) per pack (depending on mining fee). We will always limit the supply of our booster packs as limited print runs are in the spirit of trading card games and limited supply is in the spirit of Bitcoin! The first release and first set are our Alpha release and we are looking to listen to feedback and squash as many bugs as possible. Due to this Alpha will launch with 250 000 Alpha booster packs. Once packs are sold out players are encouraged to trade with each other in order to acquire the cards they need. Right now all cards are stored in the clients private key which is on your local machine. We will be soon adding the functionality to add a public key to an account so that you can store your card collection offline or in another omni supporting wallet in order secure it (registering a public key will mean you can create cold storage to hold your cards while your public key acts as proof to the server that you own the cards, only instance of a particular public key can be registered to any one account at any one time). We are also talking to a hardware wallet company about partnering with them to have their wallet support all our tokens as well as all other omni layer tokens. Please ask me anything! Thanks for your time! Devs note: This is an alpha and currently there is an issue which may make the initial load time when starting the game for the first time longer than usual, we are working tirelessly to solve this. The load time isn't all that long so please be patient, Kind Regards, Dom.
UPDATE: Got some great feedback and already found a few bugs to fix! Going to fix the bugs and upload a new version of the game! In the mean time I'm going to deactivate the download links on the site so that other people aren't exposed to an outdated build.
Future development roadmap:
- Lightning layer support for booster pack purchase and card trading. - Card market de-central exchange. - Registration of multiple public keys. - Native hardware wallet support. - Match making and ladder ranking system - Faster load times.
I had this idea, a bitcoin card that's not a credit card
SO I had this idea about a "bank" card, which essentially is just a wallet you can swipe. This is how it would work: 1. make an account on the website to order a card and to fill it up. 2. receive card and magnet stripe reader in mail 3. fill it with bitcoins from the website and use the stripe reader to sync the card with your account. 4. go shopping at merchant's who support bitcoins! ^ this was the first draft of the card, but it had this problem: 1. the card had to work online to protect it from double spending, essentially making it useless (as a smart phone would do it much better). So i figured this would suit better: when you shop at a merchant, you swipe the card, the card contains the privkey, the pubkey, a list of recent transactions and how much money the card thinks it has. when you swipe the card the terminal (witch is connected to the interwebs) checks the balance of the card and does a lookup on recent transactions. The terminal then checks the server, who also keeps a list of transactions and how much money there should be in the wallet. It then makes some logic and merges them. take a look on this example: you have 20 bitcoins in your wallet, you shop at a merchant who is not connected to the internet for 5BTC. The terminal then subtracts 5BTC from the 20BTC it thinks it had, and now it only thinks it has 15BTC. It also listed the transaction's time and amount. Now you go to the next store these guys are connected to the internet, and you shop there for 2BTC. The server thinks you have 21BTC(as you filled it up yesterday and didn't bother to sync it) and checks the transactions written on the card. It then adds all the transactions witch are not listed on the server and subtracts whatever that amount is. this results in 14BTC on both the server and the card. what do you think?
2017 was a year when ICOs raised the highest amount since inception -- a staggering more than $3.6 billion as of November according to Autonomous Next. Most of ICOs happened during the first quarter of 2017 at a rate of more than 50 ICOs every single day. In June, ICOs had raised more than $550 million. But 2017 was also a year when scammers and hackers dug deeper into the pockets to steal more. By far, governments and banks cite scams and hacks for a need of regulations. Disorganization and poor planning of projects is a huge contributor to project failures. Here's a list of largest scams of 2017. MYBTGWALLET.COM Users lost a total of $3.3 million to scammers who deceived to give their private keys or recovery seeds to operators of the scam website so they can generate Bitcoin Gold wallets for them and give the coins. The operators of the website diverted money into a different Bitcoin address. Mybtgwallet.com was created by John Dass who was, not only a member of Bitcoin Gold community, but also promoted the project on Bitcoin Gold media channels. Bitcoin Gold developers issued a statement saying they were working with the security experts to reach to the bottom of the matter. Analysis of the website code showed the website stored the private keys when they were submitted. The owners of the project also changed the GitHub code. BITCARD Bitcard frequently-asked-questions-faq-8bde1608c7e4 held its ICO on May 2017 and raised $5 million promising everything -- to replace nearly all components of modern business, government, trading and transaction facilitation. No details showed how that could be achieved! People reported inconsistencies about the project and complained it was a scam. After ICO was finished, the team disintegrated and not a product was delivered as promised -- smart contract constructor and biometric verification on May and then launch a dispute resolution department, a multi stakeholder token model and a decentralized trade engine. None is launched yet. Either the project was a scam from formation or promised something they were not sure what it would take to accomplish. CONFIDO Confido held an ICO in November and raised more than $375,000. Confido branded itself as a "smart contracts" start up and its tokens traded for $1.20 on November 14 before the project disappeared and founders said they were legal difficulties they couldn't crack. They ended up removing all social media accounts and website. However, a "Chris-ConfidoSupport" on Reddit said he was shocked by what had happened. Though it was not clear if indeed he was not involved in the scam and putting up a show on Reddit, he said it was “completely out of character” for Joost van Doorn -- the project creator, to disappear. He promised to help others recover the lost money. A statement appeared on November 24th claiming that the owner took down the social media and website due to threats on his life. He said although the intention was not to create a scam, the project could not continue as planed. They gave an exit plan for people to sell heir tokens for KuCoin on December 20th. What a way to exit! TO THE Moon ToTheMoon only managed to reach to their "moon" on the October 31 when they raised more than $27 million in the less than a month-long ICO. They sold 45,000,000 TMT of 51,750,000 TMT to investors who never saw a single of the promised "moons" -- including a “full-service mining solution”, “turnkey mining services, and custom packages tailored to clients’ needs from hosting, maintenance, repair and private blockchain servicing. It was later discovered that they had lifted verbatim word by word from another project's (Giga Watt) White Paper -- not excluding all the diagrams, proprietary designs, pricing structures, industry descriptions, and even team members’ unique work experience” according to this forum. Token Tops website where the ICO was advertised flags it as a scam. KARBON Another scam. Kaboom! Karbon was to be a decentralized social marketplace. They raised more than $200,000 in their ICO held August 26 to September 2017. The Ethereum-based project creators said they would facilitate a "connection" between users, merchants and advertisers to co-exist in a professional environment. A search on etherscan.io/tokens revealed that no tokens were associated to the project. TokenTops where the project was advertised lists it as a scam. HONG COIN Hong Coin never came from Hong Kong. It was to be a decentralized venture fund built on Ethereum. They scheduled their ICO from July 1 to 18 last year. Token Top also listed it as a scam claiming the project either failed or the owners became overwhelmed by it. BORG DAO Borg DAO wanted to stimulate development on Ethereum Classic by incentivizing developers to support the project's ecosystem and integrate their applications into the protocol. It later disappeared and was listed a scam at Token Top website where it was posted. NOTE: I HAVE WRITTEN SOME TOP ICO SCAMS ,LIST OF SCAM IS BIG I HAVE CHOSEN FROM MY TOP LIST ON MY VIEWS
PayMyAddress.com is making plastic credit card style cards to receive Bitcoin payments. The idea is that you can receive your payments to a secure, remote location, rather than to your phone and later have it stolen. Payments can be verified with Blockexplorer.com or something similar. These are two I've already had made for me and my kid. My wife liked them so much, she made me make one for her too. http://i.imgur.com/NTWkI.jpg Q1: Where is the private key? Answer: You are the sole owner of your private key. It can be generated off-line with something like BitAddress.org or simply create a new receiving address in your desktop client. Q2: If you want to do this from home, look into some stuff called Teslin paper. You'll need a laminator. Here's a site that lets you create your own to print yourself.
Does anyone have a scan of the actual print copy of Newsweek article? The article that was posted online has been edited since it's original posting time.
Just curious how the pics were handled and if it included the "endorsed by Gavin" quote that was in the article online when I first read it and is no longer there. updated: The quote I was looking for was from an interview after.... BI: What happened when you got to his house? (Note: In the article, McGrath Goodman writes that the only thing Nakamoto would say is, "I am no longer involved in that and I cannot discuss it," dismissing all further queries with a swat of his left hand. "It's been turned over to other people. They are in charge of it now. I no longer have any connection.") LMG: I let him know I was coming, I did all I could to be really open. When I did come, I left him a Bitcard [a Bitcoin gift card — ed.] endorsed by Gavin. I came back two hours later, knocked on the door, and he called the cops. But when they got there they said, "Oh what did you want to say?" I said, "I want to talk to him about Bitcoin," and it turned out they wanted to hear what he had to say — they were just like "Oh really?" It ended up that I was able to ask a few things ... It was his response to me that made it clear — if I weren't the founder I'd be like, "That's very amusing, I run a bagel shop." Every journalist, we want to show up and and find the thing no one else found first, and have them congratulate you and have them say "Come in, let me make you a drink!" It wasn't the most satisfying thing, the fact that I couldn't have a conversation beyond a brief one. http://www.businessinsider.com/leah-mcgrath-goodman-bitcoin-2014-3#ixzz2wGANFdwK
Accepting Credit Cards for Bitcoins. How about delayed activation?
Would this work? (I have accidentally posted this to bitcoinDE/ before. If you subscribe to both subs, sorry for the duplicate)
Customer (C) orders a paper wallet (PW) or somerthing similar to bitcard or casascius coins from a website, the vendor (V).
Customer pays in fiat, i.e. by wire transfer or credit/debit card.
Vendors ships PW physically, with a note stating the wallet is worthless unless "activated".
C confirms that they received the PW. In other words, C starts the "activation" of the wallet.
V funds the wallet or completes the "activation" after a certain time has passed, say 24 hours for transactions that are not reversable under normal circumstances or 6 weeks for credit cards, which are prone to charge backs.
If something funny happens, i.e. chargebacks, V invalidates the paper wallet by publicly declaring that this address will never be funded. If C fails to start the activation within a reasonable time frame, the PW is assumed lost (e.g.) and invalidated. C gets a refund or another PW.
If C is willing to trust V, they can invest in bitcoin relatively hassle-free, no exchanges, no verification; just like only shopping. If C does not want to spend the coins immediately, the delay is not an issue. V can sell bitcoins and related products to a huge market. What do you think? Bit-Card?
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