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Old 04-29-2021, 02:55 PM   #1
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Bitcoin rewards Credit Card?

CNBC reports SOFI credit card to offer crypto rewards.

Just another kind of “cash” back?

Do you diversify your “cash”? I’ve got some short term non dollar bond funds. No crypto (but buying a little TSLA, for the Bitcoin exposure, lol). But probably 90% of my cash is just plain ol ‘ cash, basically just sitting there earning well less than 1%. I also have about 5% gold related.

Does a crypto card appeal to you?
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At present I do not need a crypto credit card, but they will eventually be very common. However you can buy a stable dollar coin such as DAI and invest your money for 2% currently on coinbase with the ability to move it out within a day.
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