Gyft News

Gyft is an app and a website that offers its customers the opportunity to buy, send and redeem gift cards. Gift cards are prepaid stored-value money cards that may be used to purchase goods from a particular dealer. Gift cards are mostly given by retailers themselves for marketing purposes but may also be given as a present. Gift cards are widely used in North America and the digitalization of gift cards is making them even popular. Gift cards bought from the Gyft platform are stored on the phone or computer of a customer and may be used later to perform a transaction at any time. Gyft allows its customers to buy cards with Bitcoin and fiat money. Gyft currently offers gift cards for such companies as Apple, Starbucks, Uber, Nike and many others. Gyft also enables purchasing cards as an encouragement for employees with its corporate solution.
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You have some Bitcoins but don’t know where to spend them? Look no further than this article.
Bitcoin Accepted Here: Where to Spend Your BTC
Kari Stray
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Entrepreneur Vinny Lingham has said tokens are a “killer app” which is “eating the world.”
Tokens Are ‘Eating The World’, Become “Another Killer App”: Vinny Lingham
William Suberg
Gift certificate provider BitCart has removed Bitcoin as a payment option, keeping only Dash and seeing huge increases in patronage.
BitCart Ditches Bitcoin For Dash, User Uptake “Soars”
William Suberg
An Amazon user is facing account suspension after it blacklisted a gift card bought with Bitcoin as “invalid.”
Amazon Appears to Suddenly Ban Gyft User, Gyft Refuses Refund
William Suberg
Bitcoin gift card apps let you pay with Bitcoin at places which otherwise wouldn’t accept cryptocurrency. Cointelegraph compares the top three.
Which Bitcoin Gift Card App to Choose? Comparing Gyft, eGifter, Fold
Joël Valenzuela
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Joël Valenzuela
A growing number of companies are allowing Bitcoin to be sent through gift cards. Are there any risks in using such services?
BitGreet Allows Users To Directly Gift Each Other Bitcoin
Jacob Timp
Mike Hearn and Gavin Andresen have launched Bitcoin XT, new research has found that marketplaces on the dark web frequently process more bitcoin transactions th...
AUG 17 DIGEST: Bitcoin XT Released, Reddit Mods Accused of Censorship, and Dark Web Markets Processed more Bitcoin than BitPay in 2014
Aaron van Wirdum

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