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Bybit introduces Mastercard-powered debit card days after halting USD transfers

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Bybit is set to launch a new debit card offering that will allow users to make payments and withdraw cash using cryptocurrency holdings.The Bybit Card will operate on the Mastercard network and will allow for fiat-based transactions by debiting cryptocurrency balances when used to pay for goods and services.

The service begins with the launch of a free virtual card for online purchases, while physical debit cards are set to be available in April 2023.The service will work with Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Tether (USDT), USD Coin (USDC) and Ripple (XRP) balances on user accounts.

Payments will automatically convert the balances of these initial cryptocurrencies into euros or pounds, depending on a user’s country of residence.ATM withdrawals and global payments will be limited to aggregated cryptocurrency holdings of a user’s Bybit account.

The cards are issued by London-based payments solutions provider Moorwand.The roll-out of Bybit’s virtual and physical debit card offering comes days after the Dubai-based exchange announced that it would be halting U.S.

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