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Spend XRP, XLM, and more on Coinbase Card

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By JD Millwood, Head of Growth Marketing

Coinbase Card now supports 5 new assets, as well as 10 new countries

Today is a big day for Coinbase Card. Not only are we celebrating the launch of the card in 10 new countries — bringing the grand total to 29 — we’re also excited to announce that customers can now spend using five additional assets, including XRP and BAT.

Coinbase customers in Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, Hungary, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Poland, Romania, and Sweden will now be able to spend their crypto balance using a contactless Visa debit card in millions of locations worldwide.

We’ve also more than doubled the number of assets available to spend — going from 4 to 9. XRP, BAT, REP, ZRX, and XLM wallets can now be used to buy anything from coffee to Christmas shopping. These five new assets join BTC, ETH, BCH, and LTC.

Spending crypto as easily as money in your bank account is exactly what Coinbase Card lets you do. But for us, it doesn’t stop there. Spending summaries, combined with our brand new monthly statements feature, make tracking your crypto spend easy.

To get started, download the iOS or Android app today and securely sign in using your Coinbase account. Once a Coinbase Card has been requested, customers can spend their crypto through the in-app card, before the contactless Coinbase Card arrives.

Keep up to date by following us on Twitter @CoinbaseCard, or learn more by visiting coinbase.com/card.

Coinbase Card is issued by Paysafe Financial Services Limited. Paysafe Financial Services Limited is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Electronic Money Regulations 2011(FRN: 900015) for the issuing of electronic money and payment instruments.


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