All Crypto.com Visa cards (exclusive to CRO token holders) are metal, beautifully crafted, offer CRO rewards, and much more to save Crypto.com App users a ton of money!

Please refer to Crypto.com Visa Card - Rewards for more details of the benefits for Crypto.com Visa cardholders.

Banks usually charge their most valuable customers hundreds of dollars per year for metal cards. Crypto.com is offering them to CRO token holders for FREE:

  • NO monthly fee

  • NO annual fee

  • NO shipping fee

  • NO setup fee

The only commitment our Crypto.com App users have to make is to own CRO tokens and stake them for 180 days.

Please follow the steps below to apply for your Crypto.com Visa Card.

1. Sign Up

Sign up for a Crypto.com Visa Card by downloading the Crypto.com App and completing our KYC.

Note: The Crypto.com App is compatible with mobile devices only.

2. Apply

Once you've downloaded the App and completed our KYC, navigate to the "Card" page" which is located at the bottom right corner of the app.

Afterwards, select your preferred card tier and stake the respective CRO equivalent. You can check the updated CRO staking rates here.

There are 3 steps required as follows:

a. Accept the Terms & Conditions

b. Have sufficient CRO in your App wallet to stake them for 180 days' lock-up period. Details on how to stake can be found here.

c. Submit & confirm your delivery address. Details on the proof of address can be found here.

Note: EU/UK users will receive a virtual card in the App, shortly after the review of the address documents is complete. A physical card (optional) can be requested to be delivered thereafter. Please refer here for more information on the virtual and physical cards.

3. Shipment

When the Crypto.com VISA cards are ready to ship, users will be prompted to update the App and stake CRO, if they have not already.

The card status will updated in the App, once all of the above steps are completed and the card is being shipped.


Further details relating to the Crypto.com Visa Card can be found here.

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