Cryptocurrency app ‘hi’ launches the world’s first NFT Customizable Card in collaboration with Mastercard


  • hi introduces the first NFT Customizable Card in the world with Mastercard.
  • Eligible cardholders can customize their cards with their own NFT avatar.
  • In addition to the UK, hi members will initially have access to the hi Debit Card in more than 25 EEA nations.

hi, the crypto and fiat financial app has announced the launch of the world’s first debit card with NFT avatar customization powered by Mastercard. Eligible cardholders will be able to personalize the face of their card with an NFT avatar they verifiably own and spend at over 90 million Mastercard-accepting locations worldwide.

They are dedicated to ensuring that communities that want to use NFTs and cryptocurrency have access to them as a viable payment option as consumer interest in these technologies grows. 

According to Christian Rau, Senior Vice President of Mastercard’s Crypto and Fintech Enablement, they are happy to be collaborating with hi to support market innovation and allow these customizable cards together with the security and protection users have come to expect from Mastercard.

Specific NFT collections, like CryptoPunks, Moonbirds, Goblins, Bored Apes, and Azukis, are only supported by the NFT avatar customization. Other collections, however, may be added in the near future.

There are several types of hi NFT debit cards available (Basic, Black, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Diamond), each with a unique set of advantages relying on membership status. Earning boosts, spending rewards, and enrollment in lifestyle subscriptions are among the benefits.

NFT customization is available to Gold members and above, allowing users to personalize the face of the card with an NFT avatar that users verifiably own, as long as it meets Mastercard’s card design guidelines.

Staking hi’s token earns user membership, which starts at less than 10 Euros.

The hi Debit Card will initially be accessible to hi members in over 25 EEA countries, as well as in the UK.