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US credit cards that have chip technology

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I've been researching US credit cards that have the chip technology, and so far have come up with 2: JP Morgan and US Bank. The JP Morgan seems to be the best deal because they don't charge a foreign transaction fee, but it's a chip & signature system (so it can be used in the US as well as internationally). My question is: Has anyone used this card & does it work well in Europe & Eastern Europe? Are there any other considerations?

Thanks!

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