ICT company, Patricia, gifts Africa first bitcoin ATM card

An ICT company, Patricia, has launched its exclusive Patricia Bitcoin ATM Card. This development is coming at a time when many online users are seeking simplest and easiest ways of making online transactionand. 

Regarded as Africa’s First Bitcoin card; a global initiative that simplifies the way that its current and new users interact with bitcoin, giving them access to do everyday financial transactions at the swipe of a card. 

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Speaking with Tribune Online in a chat on Saturday, the founder of Patricia Technologies Limited, Fejiro Hanu Agbodje said the firm is offering a simple, single entry-point to the company’s specialised card, adding thag ” this is a system which gives both old and new users instant ability to withdraw cash directly from their BTC or Naira wallets, make POS and web transactions, and as well withdraw cash, do transfers on any ATM machine just like the regular bank’s ATM card smooth and fast.

Patricia card
The first Patricia card.

He added that The Patricia Card also enables the user to carry out instant transactions with no delay or network issues, saying the users can partake via their Patricia wallet, which enables them to store their bitcoins, save cash and as well transfer to any wallet both within and outside the eco-system.

“Our intention is to leverage its insights and  customer-centric services, engage new customers, and reach new markets and segments.”

This he said would be  in addition to its commitment to financial inclusion, focused-based product development, and helping to create solutions that enable a more inclusive economy.

“The thing about vision is that it should be ambitious and futuristic, but achievable. We understand that payments won’t (and can’t) change overnight and that there will be a long transitional phase before the world starts to fully transact in digital currencies.

That’s why we combine digital infrastructure with existing card processing and banking infrastructure. This is a necessary step to drive the mass adoption of digital cryptocurrencies,” Agbodje said.

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