Blockchain Company Edge Introduces a Private Crypto Mastercard
A private cryptocurrency Mastercard that doesn’t require KYC information and doesn’t charge transaction fees has been launched, according to the San Diego-based cryptocurrency company Edge. Privacy advocates should rest easy knowing that the Edge Mastercard has “no name or address linked with it,” according to the company’s website. The debut of the Edge Mastercard, a loadable crypto debit card that doesn’t gather KYC information, has been announced by the digital currency company Edge. Zero fees, Edge tweeted when announcing the Mastercard to the company’s followers. Instant funding – Anyone may now instantly spend BTC, DOGE, DASH, LTC, and BCH with the Edge Mastercard, and no personal information is needed. Gabe Higgins, the CEO of Blockspace.io, praised Edge for their brand-new cryptocurrency Mastercard that prioritises anonymity.
Higgins tweeted on Wednesday, “Kudos to Edge for keeping with their initial aim of providing an easy way to protect [and] use bitcoin without compromising on privacy. The crypto Mastercard is described on Edge’s card website as being both secure and compliant with current banking regulations. A statement on the Edge website reads, “There is no name or address associated with your Edge Mastercard, making for fully private transactions when your card is used.” The Edge Mastercard does not have any associated usage fees, although the actual card is $20. The maximum daily load limit for the card is $1,000, and it can be used anywhere that Mastercard is accepted. Wednesday, Edge co-founder Paul Puey clarified that the executive is happy to offer a privacy-centric crypto Mastercard. In 2014, Paul Puey, Damian Cutillo, Scott Morgan, Tim Horton, and William Swanson created Edge, formerly known as Airbitz Inc. Edge just implemented the Bitpay Payment Technology, a protocol that guarantees precise cryptocurrency payments, in addition to the new confidential Mastercard.