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eGifter is a web and mobile application that lets its users purchase gift cards and send them to other users.
Users also can personalize their Gift with a greeting card and video.
This US-based company works with 300+ brands and accepts crypto payments: Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin SV, XRP, Litecoin, Ethereum and DASH.
Gyft is a mobile gift card app that allows customers to buy, store, send and redeem gift cards conveniently from their mobile device.
It offers gift cards from hundreds of retailers and you can create custom gift cards for your small-to-medium sized business.
In fact, Gyft was one of the first places to accept Bitcoin. Based in the USA.
Giftoff is the easiest way to buy gift cards with digital currencies in Europe.
The company collaborates with 326 top brands, including restaurants, gaming, entertainment, fashion, jewellery and more.
You can pay with Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum. Based in the UK.
Bitrefill offers gift cards, mobile phone refills, and lightning network services on a global scale, receiving bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. Its API allows access to more than 1600 products in 170 countries. The company is based in Sweden and accepts Bitcoin.
Bidali Gift cards — quick and easy way to spend your cryptocurrency on products from 120 top brands like Uber, Apple, Walmart, Best Buy, Microsoft, Amazon, Nike – available all over North America.
The company accepts Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, DASH and many other coins and tokens.
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