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The 🇺🇸 US, 🇪🇺 European Residents (and many more countries) can now use Debit Card to Purchase 300+ Cryptocurrencies on Transak through a partnership with Wyre - Including DCR

The 🇺🇸 US, 🇪🇺 European Residents (and many more countries) can now use Debit Card to Purchase 300+ Cryptocurrencies on Transak through a partnership with Wyre

Today we’re excited to announce that through a partnership between Wyre and Transak.

Users from Australia 🇦🇺 , Austria 🇦🇹 , Belgium 🇧🇪 , Canada 🇨🇦 , Cyprus 🇨🇾 , Czech Republic 🇨🇿 , Denmark 🇩🇰 , Estonia 🇪🇪 , Finland 🇫🇮 , France 🇫🇷 , Germany 🇩🇪 , Greece 🇬🇷 , Hong Kong 🇭🇰 , Ireland 🇮🇪 , Italy 🇮🇹 , Latvia 🇱🇻 , Luxembourg 🇱🇺 , Malta 🇲🇹 , Mexico 🇲🇽 , Netherlands 🇳🇱 , New Zealand 🇳🇿 , Norway 🇳🇴 , Poland 🇵🇱 , Portugal 🇵🇹 , Slovakia 🇸🇰 , Slovenia 🇸🇮 , Spain 🇪🇸 , Sweden 🇸🇪 , Switzerland 🇨🇭 , United Kingdom 🇬🇧 & the United States of America 🇺🇸 can now use Debit Card to purchase 300+ Cryptocurrencies.

Before Transak’s integration with Wyre, if a US user wanted to acquire a more obscure cryptocurrency, such as a Token Set or Decred, they had to jump through numerous hurdles. First, they had to register with a centralized exchange providing sensitive personal information such as a valid driver license and SSN. Next, if that exchange didn’t have the token they wanted, they then had to ship it off to another exchange that did or to a wallet that could work with a DEX. Now, this inconvenient process is performed in a few minutes with just a few clicks and without the invasive KYC process.

Now, we are live in 32 countries, supporting 14 fiat currencies & 300+ cryptocurrencies. You can learn more about our coverage, payment methods and fee using below link:-

How it works Payment flow with Wyre

Users will head to https://global.transak.com/ enter the total amount, type of cryptocurrency they want to purchase, and an address where the cryptocurrency is sent.

Transak uses smart contracts to connect the end-user to liquidity on centralized and decentralized exchanges.

Users will have to input simple KYC in...

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