Simplex partners with Visa to issue encrypted debit cards

The provider of fiat services for crypto, Simplex, has partnered with Visa to enable its corporate customers to issue cryptomorph debit cards.


Simplex partners with Visa to issue crypto debit cards

More than 200 Simplex partner companies can now offer crypto debit cards to their customers, potentially enabling greater adoption of crypto for retail transactions.


The venture is the result of a recent partnership between Simplex and Visa announced Monday. Simplex, a fiat service for crypto, is now the leading Visa member in Europe.


A spokesman for Simplex explained to Cointelegraph that the partnership is mainly a boost to the company’s business-to-business activities. „The main membership is what enables us to implement this in our partner network, basically giving any Simplex partner the ability to offer a fiduciary Visa card or crypto“.


For Simplex founder and CEO Nimrod Lehavi, the partnership with Visa is an important step in the company’s plans to allow greater access to digital currencies. In October, Simplex added a Tether-to-Euro withdrawal feature to its platform.


Cryptomach debit cards remain an important component to allow ‚fiat The News Spy convenience‘ for spending cryptomaches online or in physical shops. Indeed, the increased use of digital coins for micro transactions remains one of the points of reference for measuring the adoption of cryptomorons.


In 2020, several crypto-currency companies began launching debit cards that allow users to use encryption. The Binance Card is the latest release, being sent to European customers in December. At the beginning of the same month, the company BlockFi announced its own card program.


Coinbase reached the same milestone in February and now Simplex joins it in the ranking of crypto-native companies getting main membership status. Coinbase had already reached the same milestone in February, although it has not yet made direct use of the capacity, as its cards continue to be issued by third-party providers.