Want to shop and got bitcoins to splurge? Yes, with cryptocurrencies being a trend, there are a few huge online sites that got into the bandwagon of accepting cryptocurrencies such as bitcoins as a mode of making a purchase. Don’t have Bitcoins but have Perfect Money? Exchange your Perfect Money to Bitcoins with pmBTCswap and start shopping.
There are big and small retailers that sell online as well as some traditional brick-and-mortar stores that take Bitcoins as payments for products and goods. Cryptocurrencies are really making their way into the market.
Get your Bitcoins ready and start shopping in these stores.
In January of 2014, one of the largest and first online retail store that began to acknowledge and accept digital currencies as a payment option is Overstock.com. Customers are permitted to shop and pay using cryptocurrencies like Litecoin, Ethereum, Monero, Dash, and of course Bitcoin. With these cryptocurrencies, shoppers can purchase anything from furniture to appliances and more.
To make use of a digital currency as payment, simply choose your elected tender or currency at the checkout to fulfill your transaction. This will then be converted into bitcoins and your purchase is complete.
Another site that accepts bitcoins is eGifter.com. wherein they connect with Coinbase as their bitcoin partner. eGifter.com is a website and mobile app where you can purchase gift cards including Home Depot, Amazon, Sephora, and so much more. Using your bitcoin, you can now purchase gift cards for sites and places that don’t take bitcoins directly.
For those who are crazy about gadgets and have bitcoins to spend, you can now get your gadgets from Newegg.com. While others partner with Coinbase, Newegg is connected with BitPay to process bitcoins as payment modes. However, Newegg does not take bitcoins for the purchase of premier memberships, return shipping, subscription orders, pre-orders, digital Newegg gift cards, and Will Call orders.
Shopify, as most of us know, is like eBay and Etsy. It is an eCommerce marketplace where merchants create their online stores to sell their items. Back in November of 2013, Shopify merchants are given the option to receive bitcoins as payment for their customers’ purchases with the support of BitPay.