Edge, a cryptocurrency company based in San Diego, has launched a private crypto Mastercard. It doesn’t collect KYC information and doesn’t charge transaction fee fees. Edge’s website states that “no name nor address is associated with [the] Edge Mastercard”, giving privacy advocates some peace of mind.
The launch of the Edge Mastercard by digital currency company Edge was announced by Edge. This loadable crypto debit card doesn’t require KYC data and is available for purchase. Edge shared the Mastercard’s details on Twitter, and stated that there were no fees. Instant funding — Edge Mastercard allows anyone to spend BTC or DOGE , LTC [and] BC immediately, with no personal information required.” Blockspace.io founder Gabe Higgins praised Edge for their new privacy-centric crypto Mastercard.
Higgins tweeted Wednesday, “Kudos Edge! They are sticking to their original vision of providing an easier way to secure [and] to use bitcoin without compromising privacy.” The Edge card website explains that crypto Mastercards are not only private, but also comply with current financial laws. Edge’s website details: “Your Edge Mastercard does not have a name or address, so transactions can be done anonymously when it is used.” Further information is available on the Edge’s website:
While protecting your privacy, we comply with all regulations for card associations, issuers, and local, federal, as well as international laws.
Paul Puey, Edge co-founder, is proud to announce a Mastercard “With No Personal Information Required”
The Edge Mastercard does not have usage fees, but the physical card is $20. The card can be used anywhere Mastercard is accepted. There is a limit of $1,000 per day for load limits. Paul Puey, Edge founder and CEO, explained Wednesday that the executive was happy to offer a privacy-centric cryptocurrency Mastercard.
Puey wrote, “Proudly announce the Edge Mastercard without any personal information required to activate and use.” “Spend privately at any Mastercard-accepting U.S. merchant.” Edge was established in 2014 by Paul Puey and Damian Cutillo. Edge has recently adopted the Bitpay Payment Protocol to ensure accurate cryptocurrency payments.