6-8 Weeks Until Bitcoin Debit/Credit Card, says BitInstant

BitInstant Card

Those of you who have been around the Bitcoin block a time or two have probably heard of, and even used, BitInstant. BitInstant is a service that provides the ability to transfer funds between Bitcoin and governmental currencies much more quickly than would otherwise be possible. They’re also well known for certain transaction types not offered anywhere else, such as the ability to buy BTC with cash at thousands of locations across the United States, and the similarly unprecedented ability to withdraw bitcoins to scam-laden PayPal. A few hours ago, Charlie Shrem confirmed in a conversation on IRC that they’re 6 to 8 weeks away from launching the biggest Bitcoin breakthrough in recent history: A bitcoin-funded international debit/credit card.

I’ll paste the entire contents of the IRC conversation at the end of this post, but here’s the basic breakdown so far:

  • The card will function as a standard debit/credit card and should be accepted anywhere that accepts MasterCard, even internationally.
  • The first 1,000 or so will be given away for free, subsequent cards will cost an unknown, but fairly low, amount of money – Mr. Shrem thinks about $10.
  • Funding the card will cost roughly a 1% fee.
  • Each card will bear a QR code on the front and a printed address on the back for funding.
  • There will be an option to hold your card balance in BTC until the card is used to make a payment or withdrawal.
  • Transactions under $1,000 will be funded after the first confirmation, not the standard 6. Transactions over $1,000 were not discussed.
  • The cards themselves will be issued by “a major international bank” that BitInstant has teamed up with. This of course means that the traditional AML or other local laws & regulations for obtaining a bank account, such as proof of identity, will apply as per your jurisdiction.
  • You own the address on the card, though BitInstant has not yet determined the best way to hand over your private keys, or whether they should even offer such an option.
  • Update: There is now a signup form for the first cards going out. I assume there will be something more official on BitInstant’s site in time, but for now this Google form has been made available by Mr. Shrem in the meantime.

 

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  1. 1+ for bitinstant

  2. looks interesting definately

  3. Oxmolia says:

    Am-I the only one who thinks that using Bitcoins through a credit card nearly deletes all of its advantages? Most notably, the security of Bitcoin (no chargebacks, no credit card duplication, no single point of failure, no need to trust banks and merchants, interoperability)..

    I mean, it's nice to know "there is" a bitcoin credit card since credit cards already are accepted everywhere. This is clearly a good step done!

    However I still think this is not suitable for long term use.. Paying with QR codes and modern cell phones sounds already better to me. With some sort of "Near Field Communication" thing, cell phones could even pay without being connected to Internet. They could send the transaction to the merchant which would itself send it to the Bitcoin network.

    Or another idea, it could be some kind of usb card on which you save a private key, that you can fill with the amount of Bitcoins you want. The merchant would then be able to use the private key to pay itself, while giving you the ability to fill or change the private key at needs..

    Or any other / better ideas possible..

    • I think one of the primary ideas here is to give merchants the ability to spend Bitcoins on operating costs, thus encouraging them to adopt Bitcoin by reducing the added complexities it introduces to their business model. The volatility is still an issue, but widespread adoption could do good things for volatility too. I also know that as a miner it would be very nice to spend my hard-earned coins at Taco Bell without having to jump through hoops and lose money in fees and time at the exchanges, not to mention the effect it could have on price if lots of folks started keeping their profits in BTC until spent.

      I, too, am concerned about the effects of coupling traditional banks to Bitcoin, especially so early in the game, but let's face it: achieving mainstream popularity without ever playing nice with the current establishment is a pipe dream. Much as we all dislike Microsoft, "embrace, extend, extinguish" does work REALLY well.

      If you'd like, I've got a meeting with Charlie Shrem on Thursday and I'd be happy to voice these concerns, see if he has any comments that might soothe your mind?

  4. I say we scratch this idea and start paying with time. Like in the movie "In Time" with Justin Timberlake. I have a decade to blow … who wants to go to Bimini this weekend.

  5. How about using BitMinutes as a Time Bank currency?
    www.bitminutes.com

  6. Tony Jha says:

    This is totally AWESOME!

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  8. I wonder what happened with the card… Any news?

  9. A QR code on each card ? Given the card pic is a 'mastercard' – mastercard actually have to approve the design of each card before they will issue for it to be printed… on top of this, individually printing each card is going to be too inefficient / expensive for $10.. I suspect the QR code will be a sticker.

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  48. [...] isso que afirmam alguns sites norte-americanos, como o Engadget e o Coding In My Sleep. As revelações teriam sido feitas por Charlie Shrem, cofundador do BitInstant, espécie de trader [...]

  49. [...]  |  Coding In My Sleep  | Email this | Comments function reload_to(plusone) { window.location = ""; [...]

  50. [...] grassierten Gerüchte über eine Debitkarte von BitInstant. Nun wurde einer der BitInstant-Gründer konkret: In etwa 6-8 Wochen wird man bei dem Unternehmen eine Kreditkarte ordern können, die genauso wie [...]

  51. [...] chat with Ars on Tuesday, Charlie Shrem, the co-founder of BitInstant, said that he hopes that this new system, set to open “within two months or so,” will make it easier for ordinary people to use [...]

  52. [...] fondateur de BitInstant, Charlie Shrem, a confirmé dans une conversation avec le site codinginmysleep.com le lancement d’une carte de débit/crédit Bitcoin. Elle permettra de payer en Euro, Dollar [...]

  53. [...] card will reportedly function in much the same way as a standard MasterCard, and according to Coding in my Sleep, is set to launch is six to eight weeks time. The site also calls the development is the [...]

  54. [...] IRC chat with Ars on Tuesday, Charlie Shrem, the co-founder of BitInstant, said that he hopes this new system, set to open “within two months or so,” will make it easier for ordinary people to use [...]

  55. [...] Coding in My Sleep notes the card will function like a regular debit or credit account and should be accepted wherever MasterCard is accepted – virtually everywhere. The first 1,000 cards will be given away for free but after those have been spoken for, expect to pay around $10 for a card. [...]

  56. [...] MasterCard comentó que no tienen ningún tipo de relación ni asociación con BitInstant, por lo que la información que salió de una conversación con el cofundador de Bitcoins, Charlie Shrem, o ha sido mal interpretada o no ocurrió tal y como comentaron originalmente en codinginmysleep.com. [...]

  57. [...] MasterCard comentó que no tienen ningún tipo de relación ni asociación con BitInstant, por lo que la información que salió de una conversación con el cofundador de Bitcoins, Charlie Shrem, o ha sido mal interpretada o no ocurrió tal y como comentaron originalmente en codinginmysleep.com. [...]

  58. [...] Itsy bitsy – What the world needs now is a BitCoin debit card. Good news then, it’s getting one in six weeks’ time. You’ll be able to use it anywhere that takes Mastercard – but it’ll cost you $ 10 (about £6) to get a card and then a 1% fee every time you use it. [Coding In My Sleep] [...]

  59. [...] Itsy bitsy – What the world needs now is a BitCoin debit card. Good news then, it’s getting one in six weeks’ time. You’ll be able to use it anywhere that takes Mastercard – but it’ll cost you $10 (about £6) to get a card and then a 1% fee every time you use it. [Coding In My Sleep] [...]

  60. [...] Itsy bitsy – What the world needs now is a BitCoin debit card. Good news then, it’s getting one in six weeks’ time. You’ll be able to use it anywhere that takes Mastercard – but it’ll cost you $10 (about £6) to get a card and then a 1% fee every time you use it. [Coding In My Sleep] [...]

  61. [...] Itsy bitsy – What the world needs now is a BitCoin debit card. Good news then, it’s getting one in six weeks’ time. You’ll be able to use it anywhere that takes Mastercard – but it’ll cost you $10 (about £6) to get a card and then a 1% fee every time you use it. [Coding In My Sleep] [...]

  62. [...] Itsy bitsy – What the world needs now is a BitCoin debit card. Good news then, it’s getting one in six weeks’ time. You’ll be able to use it anywhere that takes Mastercard – but it’ll cost you $10 (about £6) to get a card and then a 1% fee every time you use it. [Coding In My Sleep] [...]

  63. [...] und berichtet 01:16:00 iPhones in der iPod-Farbpallette Bitcoins 01:18:30 Bitcoin-Kreditkarte <http://codinginmysleep.com/6-8-weeks-until-bitcoin-debitcredit-card-says-bitinstant> 01:20:30 FPGA vs. ASIC <http://www.xilinx.com/fpga/asic.htm> ZFS: Apple, Oracle und Sun [...]

  64. [...] Itsy bitsy – What the world needs now is a BitCoin debit card. Good news then, it’s getting one in six weeks’ time. You’ll be able to use it anywhere that takes Mastercard – but it’ll cost you $10 (about £6) to get a card and then a 1% fee every time you use it. [Coding In My Sleep] [...]

  65. [...] report by Coding In My Sleep, detailing an IRC chat with BitInstant co-founder Charlie Shrem, suggests that a MasterCard [...]

  66. [...] fonds entre BitCoin et des monnaies étatiques, annonce qu’il sortira dans moins de deux mois une carte de paiement BitCoin (débit et crédit), qui permettra de payer en dollars avec un compte associé en [...]

  67. [...] MasterCard comentó que no tienen ningún tipo de relación ni asociación con BitInstant, por lo que la información que salió de una conversación con el cofundador de Bitcoins, Charlie Shrem, o ha sido mal interpretada o no ocurrió tal y como comentaron originalmente en codinginmysleep.com. [...]

  68. [...] 6-8 Weeks Until Bitcoin Debit/Credit Card, says BitInstant (codinginmysleep.com) 17.481226 78.524910 Share this:LinkedInTwitterStumbleUponFacebookDiggPrintRedditEmailLike this:LikeBe the first to like this. Tags: Automated teller machine, Debit card, Merchant account, National Payments Corporation of India, Point of sale, RuPay [...]

  69. [...] 6-8 Weeks Until Bitcoin Debit/Credit Card, says BitInstant One of the more exciting announcements of the week and potentially the most disruptive step towards a new direction of payments in recent times (NFC notwithstanding). BitCoin is a decentralised, digital, peer-to-peer currency with real-world value. Despite many high-profile hacks/ransacking of user account balances by nefarious individuals, it’s exciting to see a service offered to bring BitCoins into everyday use via a debit card. Next stop mobile wallets? [...]

  70. [...] an online chat with the technology blog Coding in my Sleep, Shrem revealed that BitInstant would be partnering with an unnamed international bank to make the [...]

  71. [...] set to launch an international debit card based on the BitCoin virtual currency. That’s according to Coding In My Sleep, which has published the transcript of an online chat in which BitInstant co-founder Charlie Shrem [...]

  72. [...] cette semaine on a été un peu surpris d’apprendre que d’ici deux mois devrait voir le jour une carte de paiement pour Bitcoins, la plus connue des monnaies dématérialisées. La chose sera proposée par la société [...]

  73. [...] 6-8 Weeks Until Bitcoin Debit/Credit Card, says BitInstant [...]

  74. [...] BitInstant CEO Charlie Shrem announced that his company would be releasing a new product: a Bitcoin prepaid debit card. The product is [...]

  75. [...] egy teljesen új terméket, jelesül egy feltölthető bitcoinos “bank”kártyát fognak piacra dobni. Ennek a tényleges érkezésére a jelek szerint 6-8 héten belül számíthatunk, és mindössze [...]

  76. [...] last August, BitInstant CEO Charlie Shrem&nbspdeclared&nbspthat his firm would be releasing a new item: a Bitcoin pay as you go Debit Card. The [...]

  77. [...] this with the supposed launch of a Bitcoin credit card and the currency is starting to gain mainstream and legitimate [...]

  78. [...] this with the supposed launch of a Bitcoin credit card and the currency is starting to gain mainstream and legitimate [...]

  79. [...] this with the supposed launch of a Bitcoin credit card and the currency is starting to gain mainstream and legitimate [...]

  80. [...] BitInstant CEO Charlie Shrem announced that his company would be releasing a new item: a Bitcoin prepaid debit card. The item is scheduled [...]

  81. [...] Source. Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrPinterestLinkedInStumbleUponDiggRedditEmailPrintLike this:LikeBe the first to like this. [...]

  82. [...] this with the supposed launch of a Bitcoin credit card and the currency is starting to gain mainstream and legitimate [...]

  83. [...] to cash out your coins or to buy into the market. BitInstant is even working on a Bitcoin-backed debit card that should make cashing out as simple as swiping your card at a restaurant. It's not only [...]

  84. [...] wouldn’t be the first to try that though: BitInstant has already said they’re going to do this, somehow. They’ve spilled a lot about their rates and how big their response has been (5k ppl signed [...]

  85. […] grassierten Gerüchte über eine Debitkarte von BitInstant. Nun wurde einer der BitInstant-Gründer konkret: In etwa 6-8 Wochen wird man bei dem Unternehmen eine Kreditkarte ordern können, die genauso wie […]