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CoinLoan Releases Crypto Card for Storing Digital Assets

CoinLoan Releases Crypto Card for Storing Digital Assets

CoinLoan has announced the launch of its cryptocurrency, which is equipped with the Visa network. It offers its clients appropriate financing options. The CoinLoan card connects to a digital wallet and allows users to exchange, store, and spend crypto assets worldwide. Have access to transaction history and keep track of expenses. The card has virtual and plastic variations that support Google Pay and Apple Pay.

Anyone can book a card by waiting in anticipation. The company will contact those who wish to receive an e-mail when the card comes. At the same time, anyone can register on the CoinLoan website and undergo identity verification to receive a CoinLoaners card completely free of charge.

According to Alex Faliushin, CEO of CoinLoan, the company aims to enable more cryptocurrency transactions, which is the first step. There is a colossal demand in this field, and they want to meet the client’s needs as much as possible. The company believes that this way is very convenient for consumers to process digital assets.

CoinLoan and Visa

CoinLoan was founded in 2017 in Estonia. It is an international financial company – a regulated financial institution under the Estonian monetary authority. CoinLoan is one of the first cryptocurrency lenders; It is also the only platform to provide loans in cryptocurrencies backed by Fiat collateral. Clients can own digital assets, borrow, exchange – and most importantly – earn revenue using the latest technology. Moreover, the company is constantly growing and evolving, innovating and adding new features.

As for Visa, it is the world leader in digital payments. VisaNet provides secure and secure payments worldwide and can notify more than 65,000 transactions per second. Supporting digital currencies is a crucial step in Visa’s networking strategy. It will facilitate and enhance the movement of money, both internally and externally.

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