... And Start building your Financial Freedom
Open Finance offers an alternative to the current archaic Financial system. The adopting of Census cards & digital wallets gives you access to the financial freedom Bitcoin has brought to the World.
No longer does one need a bank account to access loans, remunerated savings, instantaneous and free cross border payments...and much more.
Census Cards are making Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies simple to embrace. It's a Smart Note, as convenient as credit card and as easy to use as cash with encryption security on top. Tap a note with an NFC-enabled smartphone to verify assets and available funds, then confirm assets and transfer to another wallet. You can either use the card as a hard wallet, as a Gift Card or as a tangible medium of payment.
Break free from the confines of traditional crypto storage with easy-to-use and hands-free key management.
Tangem’s revolutionary microchip lets you maintain full self-custody of your crypto within a physical card, giving you maximum security and ultimate convenience for a fraction of the price.
“I do think Bitcoin is the first [encrypted money] that has the potential to do something like change the world.”
Peter Thiel, Founder of Paypal
Census Wallet is the App that enables you to control your card and unleash the power of the Open Finance, including savings, loans, staking, digital assets investments. Take control of your wealth from the palm of your hand without the need of a bank account.
Save. Stake. Earn.
Census Card & Wallet are bringing you the Open Finance, the new financial instruments characterized by transparent, trustless, secure, and programmable financial products. Use your Census Wallet like your everyday wealth app by paying, saving and earning money with a simple click.
Naval Ravikant, CEO and Co-founder of AngelList
Bitcoin takes powers from the central actors and returns it to merchants and consumers, savers and borrowers. Bitcoin brings back some pseudonymity in the transactions, and can be irrevocably traded like cash. And finally, it points a way towards a single currency – it is a bug, not a feature, that we have multiple global currencies with exchangers and transaction fees in between.