The first credit card in Israel in partnership with Bits of Gold that turns your purchases into Bitcoin - every month, automatically, without commission and effortlessly.
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In order to accumulate as many shekels that will be converted to Bitcoin, gather all your expenses on your maxBack Crypto card. Upon the billing date, the shekels accumulated during the month are automatically converted to Bitcoin (in accordance with the conversion rate of NIS to Bitcoin at the time of conversion).
Each expense of 160 NIS on the card is equal to 1 NIS that will be automatically converted to Bitcoin at the billing date. The accrual ratio of institutional expenses is every 320 NIS equal to 1 NIS).
The coins are monthly deposited in a personal and dedicated account that is opened at Bits of Gold upon issuance of the card, with no commission. At any point you can check your balance at your personal area in the Bits of Gold account, or on max website or app. We also update by email on each new deposit.
You can keep the coins at your account at Bits of Gold (and even buy and deposit additional coins into it). Subject to a minimum of 750 ILS in the account, you can sell your coins and receive the funds to a bank account on your name. The coins in this account cannot be transferred to another wallet.
There are no card fees in the first year of joining, then as specified at max.
No additional costs are charged for depositing and maintaining the coins in the Bits of Gold account.
Yes, there is a 6% discount on the fee for purchasing additional coins on the card. The card may provide additional benefits as specified at max.
maxBack Crypto card is for everyone. For veterans in the Crypto currency market and for those who want to take their first steps safely and without too much effort.
Bits of Gold Ltd. (hereinafter the "Company") enables the purchase, sale, and retention of virtual currencies (hereinafter the "Services"). The Services and any advertising related to them on behalf of the Company do not constitute advice or recommendation regarding the profitability of investing, holding, buying, or selling virtual currencies. The information published should be regarded as an advertisement within the meaning of the Control of Financial Services (Regulated Financial Services) Law, 5776 – 2016.