The Visa debit card service of San Francisco-based cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase is now available to six more European countries, enabling the customers from that region to use their crypto to make direct purchases.

It was revealed in a news report made on Wednesday that Coinbase’s Card is now supported in six additional countries: Spain, Germany, France, Italy, Ireland, and the Netherlands.

The card enables its users to make purchases directly with cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin in both online and physical stores where Visa is accepted.

“You can buy groceries on Bitcoin and then coffee on Litecoin right after,” stated Coinbase U.K. CEO Zeeshan Feroz regarding the company’s expansion efforts.

The Coinbase card was first launched in April, and it was available only to U.K. users at the time. After its success, the company decided to expand its availability to users from other European countries.

Zeeshan Feroz has not publically revealed how many users have signed up for the card since April but…

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