The new version of Barclays card will not be able to accept bitcoin, and instead will only accept debit cards.
This is the same card that was introduced in 2018, but it was only available to the very limited number of merchants that already had it.
It is a significant loss to the consumer.
However, the card itself has been relatively safe and has had a great reputation, so there’s no reason to think this will change anytime soon.
There are other cards in the Barclays lineup that do accept bitcoin.
For example, you can buy a Starbucks card, and it will accept the currency.
There’s also a Visa card, but this is not a secure card.
You need to have a debit card in order to use the card.
There are a number of other cards that will accept bitcoin on launch, and there’s been a lot of interest in supporting them.
The cards that are most likely to make the move to bitcoin are the Visa and MasterCard cards.
There have been some reports that they will be accepting bitcoin payments from July 1st.
This means that by the time the cards go live, they’ll have received at least some bitcoin.
There is no word yet on whether they will accept other payment methods, but Barclays has been fairly cautious in supporting other payment systems.
It’s also possible that Barclays will support other payment options for some time.
Currently, they only support PayPal, and only have a limited number in stock.
There was speculation that Barclays could support Bitcoin Cash, but the company has not officially announced that it will.
It’s possible that the company will add support for other payment formats in the future, but for now, it’s safe to assume that bitcoin will not play a major role in their cards.
The only way that Barclays would ever really need to support bitcoin is if merchants decide to move to a system that supports the currency, which would likely mean moving to a bitcoin-based payment system.
The most likely scenario is that by July 1, the cards will be compatible with bitcoin.
As long as they continue to support the payment card, there’s nothing the bank can do about it.
But the cardholder can always change the card’s payment method at any time.