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Binance partners Mastercard to launch card in Argentina for bill payment, everyday purchases

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Binance has partnered Mastercard to introduce a Binance card in Argentina for making purchases and paying bills with cryptocurrencies.

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Fast facts

  • The product is currently in a beta phase and will be widely available in the coming weeks, Binance said. The card is part of Binance’s efforts to boost global cryptocurrency adoption.

  • Issued by Credencial Payments, the Binance card will allow Binance users in Argentina with a valid national ID to make purchases and pay bills with cryptocurrencies, at over 90 million Mastercard merchants worldwide.

  • Users can convert their cryptocurrencies to fiat currency at the point of purchase, as well as earn up to 8% in crypto cashback on eligible purchases, Binance said in its statement.

  • Argentina is the first country in Latin America to have the product.

  • Binance cardholders can use the card dashboard on the Binance app and website to manage their cards.

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