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10 hours ago, QStack said:

I think you can already do this with the WIREX app and card. https://wirexapp.com

Has anyone on here used Wirex for buying/selling/using crypto? If so is it any good?

When I looked at these in the past the fees were quite bad and quite limited to low cash amounts.

I was one of the first 1000 for the Coinbase card so will get it for free.

The fees appear to be ok until you get to this:

Crypto Liquidation Fees :  2.49% of transaction

I assume that's when they convert your crypto to fiat for the transaction.

https://support.coinbase.com/customer/portal/articles/2969910-coinbase-card-faq

 

Also I don't know how this fits in with tax laws and whether theyll be reporting users to the HMRC.

It's a good tool should anybody wish to bin off all their bank accounts.

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11 minutes ago, HelpingHands said:

 

The fees appear to be ok until you get to this:

Crypto Liquidation Fees :  2.49% of transaction

I assume that's when they convert your crypto to fiat for the transaction.

https://support.coinbase.com/customer/portal/articles/2969910-coinbase-card-faq

 

ill try a way around it.  You could sell a bit to fiat on coinbase pro for very low fees and move to the main coinbase side.

If that means the liquidation fee is removed then ATM withdrawals will be free up to £200.

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