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Blockrize:PRELAUNCH new credit card that give 1% of cashback crypto BTC or ETH
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bisciodj
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Mar 10, 2018 10:40 am

A new type of credit card that pays users in criptovaluta rather than the typical "cash back" incentives offered by traditional cards. The San Francisco-based company, Blockrize, aims to provide its customers with a 1% "encrypted" reward paid in BTC or ETH, which on average equals a normal cashback of 6% to 16%.

A twenty-five-year-old named Thomas Harrison decided to build a credit card called Blockrize, which offers a line of credit and pays 1% users in cryptocurrency prizes for each purchase.Harrison had been in charge of operations for the now defunct Whatsgoodly app that offered different types of online surveys. According to Harrison in an interview with the financial newspaper Market Watch, the card already has over 2,000 people on the waiting list, currently we are almost 4000.

The Blockrize website specifies that traditional award cards with an average spend of $ 1,250 USD per month can earn $ 150-300 'cash back.' If someone had spent the same amount in 2017 with the Crypto Rewards card, he would have earned $ 998 in BTC or $ 2.487 in ETH.

The nice thing is that for each purchase you can choose what kind of crypto to receive as cashback, so you can always choose the crypto that will give you more profit margins in the future.

At the moment, Harrison is the only full-time employee to manage Blockrize's day-to-day operations. However, he is collaborating with Shogun Enterprise's chief engineer Factech Zak Allen, co-founder of Opensea.io's peer-to-peer market, Alex Atallah and Jonathan Gelfand, managing partner of Card Linq.

This type of electronic card should be connected to the open ORCA banking platform, perfect to promote the adoption of mass cryptocurrency.
In addition, using this card all Citibank, BOA employees and all other banks to which they have banned buying bitcoins could use it to bypass the ban as they would not buy crypto directly, but would come into it through cashback.

Last positive note the card should be a zero fee and zero transaction costs, totally free, I say should because for now is in prelaunch, to register click on the link to register will ask:

first name
surname
valid email to receive reflink

in the email you receive, click on "share with friends" will open a page of the site in question with your new reflink that you have to copy from the address pages of your browser, it is more difficult to write that do so do not worry.

Since it is in prelaunch and you do not know when it will start, more accurate data on the system of reference and on the payout for now we have not seen that you can not even login after registration via email, if you want to play in advance as the undersigned this is the link:

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Reply #1: Jan 20, 2022 05:53 am

When I had a similar problem, I turned to an acquaintance of mine who had been in business for a long time for advice. He gave me some great advice on contactless payments and also recommended the reliable company swipe4free. I think that you need to contact their specialists if you want to get really high-quality services.
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Reply #2: Oct 01, 2022 01:50 am

This is good to see that most of the cards provide cashback options while using them monthly. But sometimes it becomes necessary for everyone to get track of their card and do payments through an app that can be available with my card statement and you can view all the unbilled transactions of your credit card that can provide you option to make payment online without any delay.
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