Jon Southurst
CoinJar to Charge No Fees for New Bitcoin Debit Card


Australia’s CoinJar has announced pricing for its new ‘Swipe’ debit cards, which allow users to load and spend funds from their bitcoin balances at any business in Australia’s widespread EFTPOS electronic debit network.

CoinJar, which launched the trial of its regional-first card product last week, is promising “no activation fees, no load fees, no conversion rates (subject to CoinJar Fair Rate policy), [and]no inactivity fees”.

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Pete Rizzo

Wow, this is interesting.



PayPal has announced partnerships with the three largest payment processors in the bitcoin space – BitPay, Coinbase and GoCoin.

In a blog post penned by senior director of corporate strategy Scott Ellison, PayPal revealed that online merchants in North America will now be able to accept bitcoin via all three companies through its PayPal Payments Hub – its product that enables its customers to accept credit card, mobile carrier payments and other payment methods through a single integration.

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