Jack Mallers, CEO of Strike, has revealed that users outside of the US could buy Bitcoin using a debit card function. The feature will be extended to over 65 countries and locations where the Strike app is presently available. It has officially launched in 36 countries and areas. Furthermore, all Strike users worldwide can now utilize the Send Globally (fiat-over-lightning) rail, which enables users from incompatible nations and regions to exchange fiat money, USDT, or Bitcoin into local currency—even without a debit card.
Additionally, Strike and Bitrefill have teamed to allow consumers to use the Lightning Network to pay for necessities using fiat money, USDT, or Bitcoin balance. Additionally, Lightning addresses, zero-value invoicing, on-chain payment tiers, and international P2P payments between Strike users in fiat money, USDT, or Bitcoin are now supported by Strike.