|Type of business||Private|
|Founder(s)||Dmitry Lazarichev, Pavel Matveev|
|Products||Bitcoin, Ripple, Ethereum, Litecoin, Cryptoback, Cryptocurrency debit card|
|Users||100 (August 2018)|
Wirex is UK-based FCA-regulated  provider of cryptocurrency wallets linked to physical Visa debit cards, as well as cryptocurrency and traditional currency exchange and payment solutions. The company has offices in London, Singapore, Tokyo, Delaware, Toronto and Kiev, Ukraine, where the bulk of its operations are based.
The company currently employs over 320 people around the world and have offices in London, Kiev, Tokyo, Toronto, Singapore and Atlanta.
Initially, Wirex launched as E-coin in 2014 and in 2015, the company launched the first ever Wirex Visa card that allowed users to convert and spend cryptocurrencies anywhere Visa is accepted.
In April 2018, Wirex announced contactless debit cards and added new Litecoin functionality, augmenting its existing Bitcoin and traditional currency capabilities in recognition of the adoption of Litecoin as a payment method. [unreliable source?] Later the same year, in October, Wirex announced its expansion into the U.S. market. 
The platform currently supports Bitcoin, Litecoin, XRP, Ethereum, Waves, GBP, EUR and USD.
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