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If only everything were available for purchase in Bitcoin. Oh, wait, it is.
Virtual Redwood City-based gift card provider Gyft was recently bought out by First Data, a leading provider of payment processing and electronic commerce services.
Pheeva, the “sexy” Bitcoin wallet, is adding functionality to its swagger with the unveiling of an integrated tool to purchase Gyft gift certificates.
On 24th March Gyft has officially announced that their gift cards are now accepted in shopping venues of the Walmart Company, including the discounter Sam’s Club. The arrangement palpably increases the amount of venues accepting Bitcoin and the variety of products to be exchanged for the virtual asset.
At the moment, only a handful of major retailers are directly accepting Bitcoin payments. You can buy clothes from Overstock, eyewear from Coastal and tech hardware from Tiger Direct, and that’s all well and good.
The entrance of bitcoin to the real physical world has been widened on the 21st of November, when the crypto currency online service Gyft offered to customers target Gift cards to be bought on their platform.
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