- With multifunctional features and cutting-edge technology, WageCan Wiser Card allows users to break down global barriers anytime and anywhere.
Irvine, CA, 4 Oct 2021, ZEXPRWIRE, For a limited time only, WageCan is offering crypto prepaid cards worth USD 199 for free. Even if all the free cards have been fully redeemed, you can still enter the same set of redeem code for purchasing the card to get a 50% discount valid by Nov. 6, 2021. It is the perfect opportunity for individuals looking for reliable access to the global market. Users are advised to quickly sign up for Wiser Card on the WageCan website as the offer starts on October 6th, 2021, at 8:00 AM (GMT+8).
Users can integrate Wiser Card into the WageCan HR & Payroll system to access a complete solution to asset payroll, trade, and payment issues. There are no annual fees attached, and users can store up to USD 100k balance on Wiser Card; furthermore, it accepts all the major digital assets.
Being accepted by over 55 million merchants worldwide, the card can smoothly be used in 180 countries worldwide. Wiser Card also enables users with early access to WageCan wealth management products. Use the link https://card.wagecan.com/ and follow the instruction to claim a free card starting on October 6th, 2021.
WageCan is one of the leading global firms that offer Digital Asset HR & Payroll solutions. It focuses primarily on digital asset management and provides clients with a complete solution to asset payroll, trade, and payment by providing a wallet and prepaid card.
Since 2015, WageCan has been serving clients with some of the top-quality prepaid cards in the industry. Now, it brings Wiser Card to further add to the value proposition of the firm. For more information, visit https://card.wagecan.com/ for 2021’s best promising crypto prepaid card.
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