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‘It Happened In One Second’: Visa Suddenly Bans Cryptocurrency Cards Leaving One Man Without A Beer

"For all people who use bitcoin for their day to day expenses, it was the only way to do that."

"For all people who use bitcoin for their day to day expenses, it was the only way to do that."
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7 comments on “‘It Happened In One Second’: Visa Suddenly Bans Cryptocurrency Cards Leaving One Man Without A Beer

  1. Jim Ordway

    The bleeding edge can be treacherous. Travel expecting non traditional payment to support your trip? Optimistic at best.

  2. Interesting, but completely expected. It is inevitable that regulated corporate and national cryptocurrencies will replace the private crypto currencies like BitCoin. The first step in this replacement process is to do away with the private cryptos by eliminating their service dependencies, and their extensions. Soon you will see most major credit cards refuse to purchase cryptocurrencies for card holders – soon they will offer their own. It’s happening right now, so no one should be surprised.

  3. I bet this will be forgotten in two months. There are workarounds already – you can’t contain the ecosystem anymore. If Visa persists with bans it will lose.

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