2019: A Berlin Odyssey — 7 Days of Crypto-Living on Monolith’s ETH Debit Card
Cointelegraph By Joseph Birch's original article for cointelegraph.com reduced by 78%
When I fished the Monolith crypto debit card out of my letterbox in South Berlin one morning, I was no longer an ordinary man. Since the Ethereum network has branded these charges as "Gas," the Monolith card has a "Gas tank" that you need to top up in order to pay for your transactions. The Monolith card is a crypto-Agent Smith, hell-bent on transforming the financial matrix from the inside out.
Cautious consumers can take comfort in the knowledge that, out of the many factors that could make you late for work, paying with the Monolith card will sadly not be one of them. Monolith's crypto card will not stand in the way of an empty stomach and a generous helping of pizza. The Monolith card allowed me to skip around the city like a kid in a candy shop.
The Monolith card might not turn water into wine, but it does turn ETH into Pinot Noir.
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