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Google Play Gift Cards from Yotta Electronics, Paid in Bitcoin

Last Updated March 4, 2021 4:41 PM
Giulio Prisco
Last Updated March 4, 2021 4:41 PM

Google Play Gift CardsYotta Electronics, a Bitcoin-only merchant that proudly claims to keep all their profits in Bitcoin, added Google Play Gift Cards to its store.

“All Google Play Gift Card gift cards are purchased from United States authorized dealers like best buy, target etc. You will receive an email with your redemption code once your bitcoin payment is fully confirmed by the bitcoin network. When you received your Google Play Gift Card redemption code, please redeem it as soon as possible.”

It’s interesting to see how gift cards like Gyft and eGifter permit using Bitcoin to purchase more and more goods and services from recalcitrant top merchants that don’t accept Bitcoin directly. Yesterday, eGifter announced its expansion into the European Market by adding Amazon.fr, Amazon.de and Amazon.co.uk Gift Cards to its offerings.

Also read: eGifter Expands to Europe with Amazon Gift Cards Paid in Bitcoin

A Collection of High Demand, High Quality Products Available in Cryptocurrency

Other items that can be bought at the Yotta Electronics store with bitcoins are iTunes gift cards, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air 2 (all from the US), miscellaneous electronics items and video games.

The mission statement of Yotta Electronics is:

“Bitcoin and the block chain technology are the greatest inventions after the internet. For the first time, people from different countries can transact with each other without prior permissions. We believe a collection of high demand, high quality products available in cryptocurrency will help promote bitcoin to the general public.

What do you think of the Yotta Electronics offering? Comment below!

Images from Yotta Electronics and Shutterstock.