Monaco is a cryptocurrecy Visa card that allows user to spend and send money globally at interbank exchange rates without any additional markups or fees. On average, users can expect to save about EUR40 on every EUR500 spent. Users can fund their Monaco Visa card using Bitcoin and Ether. In the future, users can also fund the Visa card using Ethereum's ERC20 tokens. When users swipe the Monaco Visa card, an increment of cryptocurrency or token is converted on the fly to pay for the transaction. Users can send money to each other for free using the Monaco price app in real-time. There are also security features built into the app such as card blocking and geographical security. When spending at participating merchants, users stand to receive 10% instant cashback payable in MCO price tokens.
|Genesis Date||June 26, 2017 (8 months)|
Source: Bitcoinist - 3 months ago
Cryptocurrency debit card startup Crypto.com, formerly known as Monaco, announced it has chosen Singapore as the first market for an initial rollout of its product. Credit Cards ‘Unethical Business’ The company — which gained a fair amount of notoriety over its two-year development phase after significantly changing its business structure — raised $25 million in an ICO in June last year. The deal with Singapore received official support from payment provider Visa in November, months
Source: NEWSBTC - 3 months ago
Crypto.com, formerly known as Monaco, has applied to issue cryptocurrency Visa debit cards in Hong Kong, the blockchain startup said yesterday. Crypto.com to Ship Over 100,000 Cryptocurrency Visa Debit Cards to Customers Globally The Hong Kong-based firm is scheduled to ship more than 100,000 cards to customers worldwide over the next two months, reports the South...
Source: Bitcoinist - 4 months ago
Crypto.com, the payments and cryptocurrency platform formerly known as Monaco, has announced the addition of Litecoin (LTC) to its cryptocurrency application, the MCO Wallet App. Litecoin becomes the fifth virtual currency available on the MCO cryptocurrency platform, which is also tied to its MCO Visa card. Virtual Currency Variety & Increased Use of LTC The introduction of Litecoin adds to the platform’s original currencies which are Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin (BTC), Binance Coin (BNB) and Crypto.com’s
Source: NEWSBTC - 4 months ago
Hong Kong based Monaco has rebranded to Crypto.com since it purchased the domain name for several million dollars and has announced its new cryptocurrency enabled MCO Visa card at TechCrunch. MCO Visa Enables Purchases with Crypto Kris Marszalek, CEO and co-founder of blockchain-based startup Crypto.com is at the TechCrunch conference in Zug, Switzerland discussed his...
Source: NEWSBTC - 5 months ago
The highly sought after domain name Crypto.com — of which for years the owner refused to sell — has been purchased by cryptocurrency wallet provider Monaco. In turn, Monaco has rebranded itself as “Crypto.com.” Monaco Becomes Crypto.com According to insider Niko Younts — owner of over 1,000 crypto-related domain names — the cost of the domain could...
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