The website, GetBinanceCard.com, is advertising the Binance Card, which it says will let users “load your favourite cryptocurrencies into your Binance card wallet and spend at any VISA merchants worldwide.” The website was registered by Moon Tech Pty Ltd, which is registered in Queensland, Australia and was active as of February 22 of this year. WHOIS data indicates that the website was registered on January 22.
It’s unclear at this time which cryptocurrencies will be supported by the offered debit card, or in which countries it might be available for use. While the website includes a call-to-action to register interest, it currently provides no means for doing so. There is no known launch date.
Neither Binance or the press email posted on GetBinanceCard.com responded to official requests for comment by press time.
Coinbase launched a similar initiative in April 2019 in the U.K. The debit card allows users to spend cryptocurrencies directly from their Coinbase accounts. The debit card is currently not available in the U.S., but accessible in 29 European countries. Coinbase’s debit card supports ten coins, including bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH), XRP and DAI.
Earlier this month, Crypto.com announced that its MCO Visa Card had begun shipping to customers based in the United Kingdom.