Brazil’s largest bank, Nubank has recently rolled out bitcoin buying capabilities through which over 53 million Brazilian customers can purchase Bitcoin.
However, this is not the only bank in the world that offers this facility. With the staggering growth of Bitcoin, banks across the globe have incorporated Bitcoin. Moreover, some are looking at the option of implementing the premier crypto.
Let’s talk about the banks that have accepted Bitcoin (or any other cryptocurrencies).
Chime Bank: United States
Headquartered in San Fransisco, California, the bank allows users to make purchases via Bitcoin. As of now, the company does not allow Bitcoin purchases via their VISA debit card. However, users can utilize platforms such as Paxful or use their escrow system to move their crypto funds.
Wirex: United Kingdom
Wirex is a London-based company that allows customers to open a crypto-friendly business account. Founded in 2014, Wirex offers a crypto-friendly business account that the financial regulator, FCA, has recognized. Moreover, Wirex makes it easy to own both cryptocurrency and fiat dollars under one smart and simplified account.
Fidor Bank: Germany
Fidor Bank is basically a traditional bank stated to have partnered up with Kraken, a popular crypto exchange. With this partnership, Fidor Bank also operates as a fully functioning altcoin bank. Moreover, Fidor Bank has collaborated with BIPS for Bitcoin support to merchants.
Worldcore: Czech Republic
Worldcore is the leading bank in the Czech Republic that provides multi-currency accounts accessible via debit and virtual cards. Moreover, users can fund its PayAnyCard with altcoins to simplify crypto spending.
Goldman Sachs: United States
Probably one of the world’s biggest institutional banks, Goldman Sachs has readily explored crypto technology. In fact, the bank has launched an altcoin trading desk. Moreover, the bank has offered altcoin products since 2018. Recently, Goldman Sachs also started to offer Bitcoin-based financial solutions to high-net-worth clients on April 1.