Bitget has announced introduced the Bitget Card, a premium Visa Platinum card aimed at enhancing the financial experience for its staff and promoting cryptocurrency adoption.
Available initially for internal staff from Jan 8th, Bitget will eventually expand the card to all qualifying users in the first half of the year.
Successful applicants undergo a standardized KYC process, receiving a virtual card compatible with wallets like Google Pay and Apple Pay. Physical cards, arriving within weeks, are also provided.
Metal physical card for VIP customers
In collaboration with Reap, Bitget Card necessitates users to maintain a sufficient balance in their Bitget funding account in USDT for USD payments, with future plans to support other stablecoins.
The card incurs no annual or application fees, is denominated in USD, and is accepted globally where Visa is welcomed, with minimal FX fees for local spending, according to the company.
Offering a generous monthly spending limit for high-value transactions, VIP customers receive a distinguished metal physical card. Supporting online and offline transactions, Bitget Card seamlessly integrates with Google Pay and Apple Pay. Users can withdraw cash from Visa-affiliated ATMs, with additional benefits like BGB rebates and exclusive privileges coming soon.
Gracy Chen, Managing Director of Bitget, commented, “Bitget Card embodies our commitment to fostering a financial landscape where everyone can participate in the crypto revolution. By seamlessly connecting traditional and digital finance, we are not just introducing a card but paving the way for a more inclusive and equitable future. We believe in empowering users with a secure, efficient, and intelligent way to handle their financial transactions, reflecting our core values of putting users first, honesty and integrity, and open communication.”
Bitget, established in 2018, is a leading cryptocurrency exchange and Web3 company serving over 20 million users in more than 100 countries. The Bitget exchange offers features like copy trading, and Bitget Wallet, a multi-chain crypto wallet with Web3 solutions.