MinexPay crypto debit cards are almost ready – wordlwide

Updated July 17, 2018

Minex is a cryptocurrency ecosystem consisting of the MNX coin, a financial instrument AI algo Minexbank, and now the crypto VISA card Minex.

There are four card levels – Standard, Gold, Platinum and Infinite, all offering different fees and services. Notably, the Infinite card is said to provide a 1% cashback – if the feature really works then Wirex that offers 0.5% cryptoback on their cards will have a serious contender.

Minex cards are strongly tied to the MNX coin – you need to pay for them in MNX and the balance is tied to that crypto as well. The cards cost from 2MNX to 100MNX (which is a range from respectively $15 and $750 according to current MNX rate). There is no way to pay for a card except for with MNX coins, and there is no internal exchange either. You have to purchase MNX coins or mine them.

Minex card release date:

The official Minex blog post says “card activation in the end of summer” which hopefully means that in about a month there will be a clear date on when the cards will be shipped. Right now the cards can be pre-ordered here.

Pros: everything about the cards if they work as advertised. Especially the worldwide support:

Cons: MNX coin connection. The coin can be purchased only on two smaller exchanges – Coinexchange and Livecoin. It’s a low liquidity coin that pumps and dumps following the news – e.g. see the MNX/BTC rate change after the announcement of the VISA cards (naturally people buying MNX and ordering cards also played a role):

mnx coin went up after the announcement of ready debit visa crypto card

Conclusion

With that said, Minexcould be a valuable option for everyone interested in crypto debit cards, especially considering that they promise worldwide cards delivery (EU and UK users could safely choose Wirex as a card provider). However, the inconvenient way of ordering the cards (by buying MNX coin) puts them under extra scrutiny – do your own research before ordering, especially so if you plan on getting the higher-limit cards.

You can pre-order your Minex card here.

4 Comments
  1. Galabau24 says

    There nowhere write when cards will be available for use? Is this 1st website without FAQ section? When we can see details about your product? Card website is empty.

    BTW MNX price decrease from $70 to $3.5 is this low volatility?

    1. Staff says

      > There nowhere write when cards will be available for use?

      They are supposedly available alreadty, see their Medium post

      > Is this 1st website without FAQ section?

      Could be 🙂

      > When we can see details about your product? Card website is empty.

      Well they describe their product in the comparison table, but that’s about it. We’re worried by the lack of info too.

      > BTW MNX price decrease from $70 to $3.5 is this low volatility?

      no it’s pretty volatile. we wrote “low liquidity”

  2. Raffaele Bassetti says

    the low volatility feature can only be achieved on major exchanges and with bigger volumes.

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