PRESS RELEASE: TenX Revealed Final Design of Its Debit Card to Spend Your Crypto Anywhere

Crypto Daily Roundup – Aug 20, 2018
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Today TenX finally introduced its community with final card design approved by Issuer.  It means physical cards are ready. Names and numbers can be found at the back for cleaner design and easier to take pictures.

It took a while since TenX shared any exciting news about its card but only because TenX team was working hard to bring this card to daylight.

TenX to make any blockchain asset spendable instantly

The card was created to spend your cryptocurrency simple. Top up your TenX Wallet with your favourite cryptocurrency (currently available only Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, but more to follow), and spend directly with your TenX Card in any physical shop and Withdraw from any ATM around the world .

Spend directly with your TenX Card in any physical shop and Withdraw from any ATM around the world.

Read also: TenX Unites with Litecoin to Launch Litecoin Debit Card

Final card design approved by Issuer. Physical cards ready. If you’re wondering about names+number, at the back for cleaner design and easier to take pics/share. Can’t give you timeframes but please stay tuned for updates. Thanks for your patience #TenX community! #whensoon pic.twitter.com/l1aI3cEp7F

— TenX (@tenxwallet) August 20, 2018

TenX current price is $0.60 with a marketcap of $65,056,195.00. Its price is 7.9% up in last 24 hours .

Images courtesy of TenX

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