Express Cards Offering Virtual Visa Cards via Bitcoin

With an aim to make Bitcoin and crypto payments easy Express Cards is offering a creative solution. The company is offering a variety of virtual visa and debit cards that can be purchased using Bitcoin.

(Dubai,20/9/2019) – Express Cards is a company offering an innovative solution for Bitcoin users. The company now has a bevy of Visa cards and Debit cards, along with iTunes gift cards that can be purchased using Bitcoin right from their website. These virtual cards work in the same way as a plastic card, with the only difference being that they are delivered via email. Buyers can purchase cards of up to $500 with a minimal fee and use the card for purchase anywhere, with added benefits that plastic cards might not provide.

A spokesperson for Express Cards made an official press statement “Here at Express Cards, we work hard to offer a seamless and reliable purchasing solution for users of Bitcoin and other crypto currencies. From our website, users can buy virtual Debit cards with Bitcoin as payment. Our team of highly dedicated professionals works 24/7 and makes sure that all cards get delivered by email within 2-3 minutes.”

The spokesperson further added “In addition to offering highly secure and extremely fast transactions, we also work hard to provide high standards of customer support. If the need be for any assistance, we are always available to help our clients and ensure that their experience with us is amicable.”

The company’s current catalog consists of several options on Visa and Debit cards, along with 3 different price options on iTunes gift cards. With more options to be introduced in the near future, Express Cards strives to keep offering a safe and simple service to their clients.

More details can be seen at https://expresscards.net.

Media Contact: 

ExpressCards Email: info@expresscards.net Phone Number: +971 4 311 6161

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