PolisPay Card, new market opportunities for Europe and Mexico
By Rafał - 2019-06-12
PolisPay is already a well-established name in the masternode market. The PolisPay team contributes to the continuous improvement of the project and tends to remain at the forefront of innovation and attentive to the needs and desires of its community.
The PolisPay desktop version 7.1.8 has come out. If you want to download it, you can find the latest release on the Play Store, App Store, or the project github releases page: https://github.com/polispay/polispay-releases/releases/latest
This release includes an improved UX and some bug Fixes. In addition, the PolisPay team is working on the integration of the prepaid cards, which should be available before the end of the second quarter and just created a service for tracking PolisPay listed coins. This service tracks the price, masternodes and governance for the coins listed in PolisPay, and has a public API. The service is available here: https://directory.polispay.com
PolisPay founders have talked about the possible PolisPay card providers options and has decided few things. The team will wait until its mexican card provider has approval to sell cards to US, Canada and Latin America. This announcement follows the previous information which stated that PolisPay card provider had some issues with Mastercard which PolisPay team was unaware of until now.
The card provider never had permission and legal licensing from Mastercard to sell cards outside Mexico. As a result, Mastercard had blocked the PolisPay card provider from validating transactions from cards which are registered with living address outside Mexico and PolisPay has become incapable of selling cards to other countries. More about it you can read here.
In the meantime, PolisPay will become incorporated in the EU so the project can have a card provider for the following countries: Spain, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Holland, Norway, Poland, Portugal , Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. If everything goes as planned without any mayor issues, there should be functioning cards working in the countries mentioned above for the 4th quarter.