Ethereum-based banking alternative platform Monolith, is issuing a new Visa debit card, which allows users to spend Dai stablecoin anywhere in the world at stores that accept Visa payments.
Monolith announced the news on Thursday, saying that it has partnered with MakerDAO, the firm behind Dai, for the initiative. The debit card, however, is currently issued only in Europe, per the announcement.
Monolith, formerly known as TokenCard, has also collaborated with the asset-tokenization platform Digix, to allow the card users to spend its DGX token, each of which is represented by 1 gram of gold.
“As part of Monolith’s offering, users are able to pay for everyday purchases, pay bills or send and receive money from friends and family - all powered by Ethereum,” the firm said.
Monolith's non-custodial wallet offering Contract currently also supports ether (ETH) and ERC-20 tokens. The wallet app is presently available on the iOS platform, and the firm has a plan to come up with an Android app in the future, per the announcement.