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Gift Card Giants Gyft And eGifter Force Wallets For Bitcoin Payments

eGifter and Gyft, two major online gift card stores that had previously accepted bitcoin payments, now require bitcoin payments to be made through a major bitcoin wallet. Gyft requires bitcoin payments to be made through Coinbase or BitPay. eGifter requires bitcoin payments through Coinbase. Neither site states that they now require a customer to use these wallets, but when this reporter recently...

Donuts for Bitcoin: eGifter Launches Dunkin’ Donuts Gift Card

Patrons of Dunkin’ Donuts, a major coffee and donut chain, can now pay with bitcoin by using an eGifter online gift card. Purchasers earn up to 3% eGifter bonus points. Online gift cards provide a way for bitcoin users to use bitcoin from companies that don’t yet directly accept it, thereby providing more ways to use bitcoin for daily commerce and increasing bitcoin’s use and acceptance. Dunkin’...

Tyler Roye Talks about eGifter's Deal With eBay

eGifter recently added eBay to its list of gift cards you can buy using Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies. eBay is one of the brands along with Amazon that people want the most to be able to shop at using Bitcoin. eGifter's easy to use service bridges the gap for eBay and many more. Tyler Roye, the CEO of eGifter, has been working hard to bring more and more cards to the digital realm. Also...

eGifter Expands to Europe with Amazon Gift Cards Paid in Bitcoin

In a press release sent out today eGifter, a social and mobile gifting company, announces its expansion into the European Market by adding Amazon.fr, Amazon.de and Amazon.co.uk Gift Cards to its offerings. The new offering will allow European consumers to purchase these cards with Bitcoin, which is very good news as the real Bitcoin economy takes off and more and more consumers look for simple...

CEO of eGifter on Bitcoin Adoption, DISH and Business Models

With all the news lately of companies like DISH and Expedia accepting Bitcoin payments, PayPal looking to accept it as well I was able to contact Tyler Roye, the CEO and Co-Founder of eGifter, to get his thoughts on it. Things have been busy for eGifter as they were able to add Bitcoin payments back into their iOS app and now are selling Walmart cards again. In addition, they are offering 6% back...

eGifter Plans To Celebrate Bitcoin Pizza Day - Taking Litecoin and Dogecoin Too!

eGifter and Tyler Roye Celebrate Bitcoin Pizza Day!

eGifter is celebrating the Pizza Day on May 22nd. What is Pizza Day? Four years ago two pizzas were purchased with 10,000 bitcoins on May 22, 2010, they would be worth about $5 million today. People have kept using Bitcoin to purchase pizza and so much more. eGifter allows you to buy a huge amount of varying merchants gift cards furthering Bitcoin's reach as well as that of Litecoin and Dogecoin...

Interview with Tyler Roye, CEO of eGifter

eGifter is an online retailer specializing in electronic gift cards from a very large assortment of businesses. eGifter makes it easy to send gift cards to anyone instantly. What makes eGifter more attractive than other companies that offer similar services? In addition to offering over 100 brands, they also accept Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin as payment options. Litecoin and Dogecoin are the...

Why eGifter added Litecoin and Dogecoin, and the reason for Walmart's Departure From Gyft

eGifter.com's Tyler Roye Talks About Litecoin, Dogecoin, and Walmart's Departure From 3rd Parties Like Gyft

Recently I was able to ask Tyler Roye of eGifter.com about what his impetus was for adding Litecoin and Dogecoin as forms of accepted payment alongside Bitcoin. I also asked him about why Walmart left Gyft. On eGifter's impetuous to add LTC and especially Dogecoin to the marketplace One of eGifter's biggest priorities for choosing new retailers and brands to add to our marketplace is customer...

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