You can view your Binance Card limits in the Cardholder Agreement, or from the Card Dashboard.
[Today’s Spendings] refers to the spending you made today
[Today’s Withdrawal] refers to the amount of ATM withdrawals you made today
The daily spending limits for your Binance Card are as follows:
Amount per contactless transaction: 50 EUR (across Europe)
Accumulated amount of contactless payments: 150 EUR. When you reach the accumulated contactless payment limit, you need to make a Chip & PIN transaction to reset it, and you will be able to use contactless payment again.
2. Binance Card Fees
The first issuance of the virtual or physical card
Reissuance of the physical card**
Inactive account (12 months)
Foreign transaction fee (non-EUR, within Europe)
0% per transaction
Foreign transaction fee (non-EUR, outside Europe)
2% per transaction
ATM withdrawal fee (EUR)
0% per withdrawal
ATM withdrawal fee (non-EUR, within Europe)
0% per withdrawal
ATM withdrawal fee (non-EUR, outside of Europe)
2% per withdrawal
*Please note that third party fees, network fees and a conversion spread may apply. You can check the costs/conversion rate applied for each transaction on your Binance Card in your account.
** Replacement for the Binance Refugee Card is currently not supported.
3. What are the actual costs of using the Binance Card in different countries?
The card is denominated in euros. If you make a purchase or an ATM withdrawal in any other currency, it will convert the euro amount using the exchange rate set by Visa on the day they process the transaction. Please note that this rate may differ from the one on the actual date of the transaction.
The exchange rates are applied by third parties in the payment network but are usually lower than the fees applied by banks.
4. Which countries are within Europe and will not be charged ATM withdrawal and foreign transaction fees? Please refer to the table below to see which countries belong to Europe.
Countries within Europe using EUR
The Aland Islands, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Estonia, Finland, France, French Antilles, French Guiana, Germany, Greece, Guadeloupe, Holy See (Vatican City State), Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Martinique, Mayotte, Netherlands, Portugal, Republic of Cyprus, Reunion, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain
*Please note that Contis UAB does not issue Binance Cards in the UK, Gibraltar, Isle of Man, Jersey, or Guernsey. If you’re an existing Binance EEA user who performs transactions/withdrawals in these countries, you won’t be charged any ATM withdrawal and/or foreign transaction fee.
If your country is listed in the table above, you will not be charged for ATM withdrawal and/or foreign transaction fees when withdrawing or spending with the Binance Card.
Please refer to the examples below if you are still unsure of the fees for each country.
Transaction types for EUR currency users:
1. French user spends or withdraws EUR in France - no fees.
2. French user spends DKK in France - if this is an eCommerce transaction, there are no fees.
3. French user spends or withdraws DKK in Denmark - no fees.
4. French user spends EUR in the United Arab Emirates - if this is an eCommerce transaction, there are no fees.
5. French user spends or withdraws AED in the United Arab Emirates - 2% foreign transaction or 2% ATM withdrawal fee applies.
Transaction types for non-EUR currency users:
1. Danish user spends or withdraws DKK in Denmark - no fees.
2. Danish user spends EUR in Denmark - no foreign transaction fee will be charged if this is an eCommerce transaction.
3. Danish user spends AED in Denmark - a 2% foreign transaction fee will be charged if this is an eCommerce transaction.
4. Danish user spends DKK in the United Arab Emirates - no foreign transaction fee will be charged if this is an eCommerce transaction.
5. Danish user spends EUR in France - no fees.
6. Danish user spends EUR in the United Arab Emirates - no foreign transaction fee will be charged if this is an eCommerce transaction.
5. Can I edit my Binance Card’s limits?
No, you can’t edit the limits as they are fixed.
6. Are foreign transaction fees/ATM withdrawal fees refundable?