From Gyft to Fold App to Yes To Bitcoins, there are numerous places you can buy gift cards with Bitcoin. See our list below for more.
#1. Gyft – Gyft is a digital gift card platform that lets you manage your gift cards, as well as enables businesses to offer easy reward and loyalty programs. The site recently saw a drop in usage by Bitcoiners of 80%.
#3. Purse.io – Purse.io hooks Bitcoiners up with people who have Amazon gift cards and also want to purchase bitcoins. Purse.io has more than 2,000 users. Users who want bitcoins are linked to those wishing to sell Bitcoin via some shopping on Amazon.com. The buyer proceeds to purchase the seller’s items via Amazon wishlists.
#4. Cryfter – Cryfter serves the US and North American markets. The commission the website takes fluctuates depending on the specific market for a gift card, though on most items there is a 5% commission cap. The company does not convert Bitcoin to USD.
#5. eGifter – A well financed and growing company looking to revolutionize gifting and revenue opportunities, eGifter offers eBay gift cards and others available for Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrency. The site offers Amazon.fr, Amazon.de and Amazon.co.uk Gift Cards as well.
#6. InstaGift – Nate and Mike Schmidt provide eGift card and mobile gift card solutions for locally owned businesses and have done so since 2008. You can buy eGift cards with bitcoins for nearly 1100 locally owned businesses.
#7. Yes To Bitcoins – YesToBitcoins.com allows you to purchase of gift cards with bitcoins. YesToBitcoins also provides Canadian credit cards in bitcoins. The list includes four types of American Express cards, 23 from MasterCard and 33 different VISA credit cards. Headlines for press releases have read things like, “Canadians: Pay your credit card with bitcoins, at YesToBitcoins”, “YesToBitcoins.com Now Accepts Bitcoins for Air Canada Gift Cards” and “YesToBitcoins.com Announces Gift Cards for Zara, Starbucks, Apple and Other Popular Brands.”
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