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  • TenX offers debit cards for cryptocurrency
  • TenX offers debit cards for cryptocurrency
    Dickson Phua (2016) ©

TenX offers debit cards for cryptocurrency

For all the hype around cryptocurrencies, they’re more practical as investments than as modes of payment. TenX has created a platform to enable people to spend cryptocurrencies with debit cards, in the aim of making it more user-friendly as a form of legal tender.



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