BTC-e Announces Fund Withdrawals to VISA or MasterCard Holders' Credit/Debit Cards

BTC-e Announces Fund Withdrawals to VISA or MasterCard Holders' Credit/Debit Cards

One of the top exchanges in the cryptocurrency space, BTC-e, has announced today that they're allowing traders to withdraw funds to VISA or MasterCard-issued credit/debit cards. According to the exchange, the withdrawal method can be done "in any country and in any currency", but notes that all transactions take place in U. S. Dollars, meaning that if a cardholder's card does not go by USD, it will be converted as per the VISA/MasterCard (or bank) rate. While most users should not have any issues, BTC-e warns that MasterCard Maestro and VISA Electron cards are not supported by their payout....


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