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Start your holiday shopping early...we are excited to announce we have added about a dozen new brands including T.J. Maxx, HomeGoods, Marshalls, Adidas, Black Angus Steakhouse, Texas Roadhouse, Lane Bryant, JiffyLube and more! We are always looking for your feedback so please let us know what other brands or features you would like to see. Thanks!
Hey/btc, You gotta few minutes? I’ve been out of the crypto game for just over 3 years now. Why? I lost everything during the Big Block War and the subsequent Bitfinex hack back in ’16. Subsequently, I climbed out of that rabbit hole, battered and bruised, and well.. jumped right down another. Since then, I’ve been lost in the realm of the decentralized web, you know, IPFS, Swarm, Zeronet, BitTorrent, Dat, etc, etc, (but NO TOR, stayed the fuck away from the dark web shit) until late 2019. So to start this new year and this new decade, I’m looking to see what’s NEW in crypto. For starters, I see Blockstream WON!! Which is kinda the basis of this post. Perhaps, it’s just time to call Bitcoin what it is, a “Legacy”, and move on. At least, that’s what I think would be the most honorable thing to do. The promise of Bitcoin, at least to me, was a means of open commerce that couldn’t be censored by private corporations. NOT governments. I never had any interest in those “questionable” activities that would eventually draw attention (and a knock at the door). I just needed to avoid the ToS on the app stores of Amazon, Apple and Google. (a story for another time perhaps) But from what I see today, I just can’t figure out how Bitcoin will EVER fulfill my wishes. Well.. at least not so long as Blockstream exists. Sooo, I came up with what I think is pretty damn good plan to COMPLETELY DESTROY THEM.ALL OF THEM!! No, no, no, this is not THAT kinda post. Just wanted to make sure I had your attention. All I’m saying is, let’s finally give Bitcoin its “proper" designation. Bitcoin Legacy will live forever!! Well.. at least for as long as the HODLers keep HODLing. Sooo.. you know.. FOREVER!! (btw, does anyone else view HODLing as akin to collectible trading cards??) Anyway, I’d like to put forth my TOP5 PICKS for which dirty, filthy alt-coins I think “may” have a shot at continuing MY dream of decentralized commerce:
Liquid (is this considered an alt-coin? or we all stickin’ with “Layer 2” for now?)
Bitcoin Cash (the one you know and love)
Tether (you've met Bitfinex, haven't you?)
USDC (does this coin/token have a cool nickname?)
and Dai (the only decentralized stablecoin, as far as I know)
Liquid I really don’t know anything about them. I just found out that Liquid is NOT the Lightning Network? ummm? okay? In regards to the LN, regardless of the eloquent speech I recently watched (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4TjfaLgzj4) from Andreas defending the tech, I just ain’t buying it. Don’t know exactly why, but it all feels very wrong to me. All of his points, all of his arguments made perfect sense to me. However, AFTER watching, I still couldn’t help but think to myself, “yeeeaahhhhhbbbuutttttnnnooooooo…” Maybe this Liquid IS better than LN? I dunno. Certainly not expecting any cheers from the /btc crowd, but one or two “reasonably" unbiased opinions would be absolutely wonderful. Liquid is the one I have the most questions about. Thanks in advance! Bitcoin Cash Nothing really to say here that you all don’t already know. I started using BCH (well when I found it in my blockchain.info account) after BitPay started accepting it for deposits, and well.. I haven’t looked back. It just kinda works perfectly. You know? And I think people like that. I used to love talking to EVERYONE about Bitcoin, especially my Uber drivers, whom I’d usually tip $5 bucks in BTC. I’d routinely carry a stash of Bitcoin Magazine which I’d give out throughout each day. But more recently, I find myself talking to people about “smart contracts” on Ethereum, as their eyes slowly roll to the back of their heads. Why would I give anyone BTC, for what, to fuckin HODL? My question here is, “what could I tell an Uber driver today about crypto, that would actually make them give a fuck?” WHAT CAN THEY DO WITH IT, PRACTICALLY?? heavy emphasis on the word “practical”. Please, NO ROADMAPS, NO TECHNICAL MUMBO JUMBO, just something of “real use” and/or of “real value”. eg. I used to get pretty good discounts using eGifter back in the day; that was valuable. Any Amazon discounts today? is purse.io “practical”? never actually used it. Tether From the same people that “stole” 30% of my money and didn’t give a fuck. I get it though. They were the first stablecoin. So I’m NOT gonna hate on them. But I’m also never gonna use em, EVER!! (ugh, I guess I’m still pretty salty over the whole thing) USDC Backed by Coinbase (ewww) and Circle (I thought I heard they left crypto). Its fully regulated in the US, so that’s a good thing, right? I mean, you gotta have options, and I think this IS a reasonable option for people that want to feel “safe” and hold crypto without volatility. Anything else I need to know??? Dai This is by far my favorite. Sorry BCH. The irony here is that I’ve never actually used it in commerce. So why the love? I just can’t get over their technicals. IMHO, it’s the “perfect” coin for use with smart contracts. Plus, they just went multi-collateral, which I think is pretty f’in awesome. Still, I just don’t actually see this getting used in the "real-world" of commerce. Am I wrong? Also, would something like Dai (a decentralize stablecoin) be possible on BCH’s SLP? Just heard about SLP, like a few days ago. I'm really looking forward to getting back into crypto for the start of this new decade. Ain’t gonna lie, still pretty salty over 2016, but perhaps it’s time to move on. And in full disclosure, I just started a sub/Telrwith the intention of repurposing some of my old tech in this new Bitcoin Legacy world that we live in. Cheers!
It's Time to Let Everyone in on Litecoin's Biggest Secret
Fellow Consumers, It's possible that you might be getting a little upset at the current BTC fees. Please assist me in sending, or editing as you see fit, this drafted outline and email to whichever business you feel would benefit from using Litecoin instead. Or you can make a video, or tweet the link, or 100 other things. Just help in bringing attention to Litecoin in BTC's mempool time of need. It's time they learned Litecoin's biggest secret .... It’s THE BEST payment method out there. Also, please support businesses that currently accept Litecoin. I've put together a list below the draft. ........................................................................................................................................ BEGIN EMAIL DRAFT To whom it may concern, Has your company ever considered receiving the alternative payment currency Litecoin? To begin, you may already be accepting bitcoin and Litecoin is very similar to bitcoin. If you're unfamiliar with bitcoin as a currency then Litecoin is a great place to start. They are even built from the same Core coding. A benefit to Litecoin is that it has a 2.5 minute block time instead of bitcoin's 10 minutes. This makes Litecoin's transaction speed four times faster and much less expensive than bitcoin. In layman's terms, this just means payment is confirmed faster and less expensively with Litecoin. For reference - you can see the average fee of both bitcoin and Litecoin in US Dollars compared here: https://bitinfocharts.com/comparison/transactionfees-btc-ltc.html#1y This chart shows the average fee for Litecoin is staying around 10 to 20 cents, and bitcoin bouncing between a low of $1.50 and $8.00 recently. This means you would pay less in fees to convert the same total value into fiat or USD in this case. If you were to compare this to the average credit card transaction fees, of say 2.5%, any transaction over $5.00 would be more profitable through Litecoin. Reference of fees found here: https://www.cardfellow.com/average-fees-for-credit-card-processing/#Typical If you've heard of Litecoin, I'm sure you have heard the saying "Litecoin is the silver to bitcoin's gold." But really, Litecoin should really be considered Platinum instead of silver. Platinum is stronger, more durable, and much more ductile. Over 20% of all consumer goods either contain platinum or are produced using platinum. Platinum is truly an enduring metal just as Litecoin is truly an enduring cryptocurrency. It will be 6 years old this October, bitcoin is 8 years old. A few facts that demonstrate Litecoin's strength, durability, and ductility are listed below:
Litecoin has a large economy and your current bitcoin technology should work on Litecoin with very little changes. If you don't use bitcoin, it is still easy to implement.
Litecoin has the best combination of economic size and technical similarity to bitcoin than any other cryptocurrencies.
Litecoin is capable of eight times as many transactions as bitcoin in a ten minute period.
Litecoin has much faster confirmation times with blocks that are not full.
Litecoin has proven its longevity compared to many other cryptocurrencies that have come and gone.
Also, if changes ever need to be made to Litecoin, it doesn't take years to implement them. Litecoin implemented Segregated Witness before bitcoin, and will most likely run on the lightning network before bitcoin as well. If you don't deal with bitcoin, this all just means Litecoin is a front runner in implementing new technology and features.
Litecoin is a limited supply coin, launched fairly, with no coins premined (no developer is hiding a majority somewhere), nor has it ever hard forked for any special interest groups. It is decentralized and no one person or group controls what happens to it and no one person or group can manipulate the market.
Whole Litecoins are much more affordable than whole bitcoins. This helps eliminate some psychological barriers to entering the market.
In conclusion: If your company was to accept Litecoin, I would be happy to start conducting my business with you. If your company accepts bitcoin payments but not Litecoin, I hope I have helped shed some light on the benefits Litecoin could bring to your business. If your business does not accept bitcoin payments, I hope I have introduced you to an alternative payment option that a large number of people transact with everyday who would love to add you to their list of merchants accepting Litecoin. It really is the currency of the future. If you have any questions about Litecoin or need help in possibly implementing Litecoin into your business, please let us know. There are many of us here excited to help you transition into accepting Litecoin or to help you further and answer any questions you may have. We can be found here: [email protected] [email protected] https://www.reddit.com/Litecoin https://twitter.com/LitecoinCA http://litecoinalliance.org/ https://twitter.com/ltcfoundation https://twitter.com/litecoinsupport A few options of the easiest ways to implement Litecoin payments currently are:
This link-packed ebook is intended for people looking for the best-kept secrets on the web for buying bulk Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy and other national brand gift cards at the highest discounts—accounting for speed, quality, volume and risk. Executive Summary
Buy gift cards on marketplaces
Buy gift cards with bitcoin
Fill out online surveys for gift cards
Buy directly with people online
Buy directly with people offline
Arbitrage gift cards on Amazon
Swap other gift cards for Amazon
Buy gift cards from retail stores
Earn gift cards for online work
Daily deals websites
This article covers some of the many ways to buy discount gift cards. We focus a lot of attention on Amazon gift cards since they are the largest retailer in the world and has the 2nd most gift cards in circulation. We have either purchased or researched in depth most of the sites on this list to come up with some conclusions about the fastest, safest and cheapest places to buy discount gift cards. Please remember, there is no one best place to find gift cards, the goal is to give you options. The lowest-risk gift cards with the lowest discounts are directly from that brand and at grocery stores and other retail locations (CVS, Safeway, Walgreens, etc). You will also find these 0% offers from 3rd party e-code generators like eGifter and BitPay. You can usually buy instantly and they are guaranteed forever. Slightly higher risk are the old-school secondhand gift card exchanges like CardCash, CardPool, Raise and others. They offer very small savings up to 5% off the top brands. You can pay with a credit card and they guarantee the card for up to a full year so you can gift them as gifts much easily. The highest discounted gift cards are on peer-to-peer bitcoin marketplaces with users from many different countries, like Paxful and LocalBitcoins. This also comes with the most risk and the highest amount of work. These platforms have lower regulation and majority of the trades are conducted in non-USD currency. Finally, there is an emerging category of crypto gift card exchanges that also use bitcoin to offer the same discounts as peer-to-peer marketplaces, but they have more advanced protections in place for buyers and sellers. Sites like Redeeem and Purse.io fall into this category because they can offer larger discounts on gift cards and other products but they use technology to cut out the negotiating. Cards are guaranteed for minutes, hours or days here, so this isn’t the best for gifting. Your savings (and profit margins) will depend largely on your risk tolerance, length of time you are willing to get paid, country where you are located, capital available, ability to buy alternative forms of currency (like bitcoin), the ability/willingness to ship physical products, overall time commitment, and many other factors.
1. Buy gift cards on marketplaces
Redeeem. Save 15% or more on bulk Amazon, Walmart and Best Buy gift cards with auction-style pricing buying with bitcoin. They have great support and great reviews. CardPool. Save 3-5% on hundreds of brands, including Best Buy, Target, iTunes and Lowe’s. They send the card directly to your email inbox or via USPS in 3-7 days. CardCash. Gift card marketplace that buys unwanted gift cards for less than their value and resells them at a discount to savvy shoppers across the country. Save 3-5% on hundreds of brands, very similar to CardPool. Gift Card Granny. This is a nice resource because they link to the sites that have the best deals, unfortunately they don’t index many of the bulk discount sites. Raise. One of the biggest in terms of volume. Discounted gift cards to hundreds of national brands such as Target, Southwest, Uber, Home Depot, etc. However, discounts are minimal here, ranging from 0-3%. CardCookie. A great site with great potential—currently offering 5-10% discounts but not very high volume yet. Keep them bookmarked.
2. Buy gift cards with bitcoin
Redeeem. Redeeem is a great option for buying Amazon gift cards at 20% discount or higher using bitcoin. Unlike Paxful or LocalBitcoins, they manually validate and guarantee every gift card sold on the platform and have an easier buying experience. But you will have to trade during market hours (they are only open 8 hours a day). BitPay. Raised over $72 million from investors, they’re the largest bitcoin payment processor. Download the app to buy Amazon e-codes fast at 0% discount. Paxful. With 300+ currencies to trade, Paxful’s peer-to-peer platform with millions of users in Africa offers likely the best discounts for gift cards, but there are a lot of scammers (and yelling) so be careful. You may find yourself with a lot of stolen/invalid cards and trade disputes with money at risk. LocalBitcoins. LocalBitcoins lets you buy and sell bitcoin in over 248 countries. Like Paxful, this comes with high risk and high reward. Every trade starts with a listing, similar to Craigslist, and the platform is strictly peer-to-peer. Purse. Save 10% or more on Amazon when you pay with bitcoin, or dropship products (including gift cards) to people to earn bitcoin. CardBazaar. An online secondhand gift card marketplace where you can buy and sell unwanted gift cards for cash or bitcoin. Bidali. A bitcoin payment processor that competes with BitPay and offers full-priced e-codes from Amazon and other retailers. eGifter. One of the best way to buy eGift cards quickly for friends, family and yourself without hassle. Choose from hundreds of top national brands. You can personalize your gift with an animated greeting card, photo or video greeting.
3. Fill out online surveys for gift cards
Survey Junkie. offers a massive inventory of paid surveys. Each survey is assigned a point value (most between 100-200 points) and estimated completion time. Once you accrue 1,000 points (around $10) you can cash out with a gift card. Beer Money on Reddit. This a Reddit group dedicated to making some cash on the side. Don’t know much about it. PointClub Surveys. You can earn points for completing paid online surveys. When you have enough points, you can redeem them for cash or the gift card of your choice. Gift cards can either be digital or real cards sent to you. It's that easy! OpinionOutpost. You can earn cash and rewards for the time you spend taking online surveys with points you can redeem for cash or gift vouchers to popular brands.
4. Buy directly with people online
Reddit. Reddit is used by a ton of gift card traders, but you have to be familiar with the platform and have some karma on there before using it seriously. Otherwise, your listings will just get filtered out by their algorithms. If you go in there moving quickly without reading their rules carefully you will likely get banned.
5. Buy directly from people offline
Craigslist. As you probably know, you can get anything on Craigslist. But like Paxful and LocalBitcoins, it requires a lot of negotiating and there are scammers galore. The only deals worth doing are small volume with trusted local partners. Facebook Marketplace. Although this wouldn’t be my first choice due to the randomness, there are a lot of gift cards on Facebook Marketplace—a growing platform. eBay. Older than time itself, eBay earns millions of dollars a day in gift card volume. They are fairly warm to buying and selling physical gift cards but they are cracking down on e-codes. The downsides here are shipping costs and eBay/PayPal fees which add up to over 10%. There are also a lot of international buyers on eBay taking advantage of currency exchanges, which inflates prices of gift cards above their face value. It’s an expensive place to find gift cards—but always there.
6. Arbitrage gift cards on Amazon
Amazon is unique in a lot of ways. One way in particular is that they let you buy other brands of physical gift cards with your Amazon credit balance—such as Nordstrom, Southwest, Nike, Starbucks, Google Play, iTunes, Best Buy, Lowe’s, Sephora, Hotels.com and dozens more. This opens the door for people to buy gift cards on Amazon and then sell them to CardCash, CardPool, Raise, Paxful, Reddit, LocalBitcoins, Redeeem, etc. The risk, believe it or not, is that Amazon loves shutting down people’s accounts with gift card balances frozen inside. So don't let your balances get too high and try to mimic normal behavior that doesn’t make you look like a large dropshipping business (e.g. ship to yourself, buy other products too, have a real phone number and billing address on file, etc). There are also hard quantity limits on how many gift cards you can buy for each SKU on Amazon. Your profit margin will depend on how you get Amazon credits, your ability to keep your Amazon accounts in good health, and the rate at which you sell your cards to gift card marketplaces (some let you choose your own rate, others have fixed rates), and the speed and method you want to get paid (check, ACH, bitcoin, PayPal, etc).
7. Swap other gift cards for Amazon
CardCash Amazon Exchange. This is a cool resource that CardCash built alongside Amazon to allow customers to swap out other national brands for Amazon e-codes for a small fee. The rates are comparable to what they have on the main CardCash website and the e-codes are delivered within 24 hours. It’s a cool way to jump from one brand to another if you want Amazon gift cards in particular and have another.
8. Buy gift cards from retail stores
Retail Stores. There are hundreds of physical retail store locations where you can buy physical gift cards in person (the link points to Amazon retail locations). You pay full retail price but it’s fast, safe and reliable—and you can earn 3-5% cash back with certain credit cards like Amazon Prime card.
9. Earn gift cards for online work
Mechanical Turks. Amazon Mechanical Turk (MTurk) is a crowdsourcing marketplace that makes it easier for individuals and businesses to outsource their processes and jobs. This will require a lot of work, but you can get paid in Amazon gift cards. Swagbucks. You can redeem a Amazon Gift Cards by using the Swagbucks you earn through playing, searching, discovering, answering, watching or shopping on websites that are trying to sell you things. Not very profitable but can be fun.
10. Daily deals websites
Groupon. Although not as popular as when it first launched in 2009, Groupon is still used by millions of people to get discounts on stores, experiences and even gift cards like Amazon, Walmart and Best Buy. There is also a gift certificate category that has similar offers (sorry, we couldn’t find anything similar on Living Social). Amazon Daily Deals. Amazon has daily deals on many categories of products as high as 20% discount. On some occasions they will slash prices on gift cards. Amazon Treasure Truck. Amazon has a Treasure Truck that they drive around many of their Whole Foods locations they use to promote Amazon Video shows and offer 10% discount deals on food, clothing and tech. Gift Cards.me. Simple app, good reviews, worth a try. The discounts aren’t very spectacular, but they claim to have fast gift card delivery. Nimble Commerce. Not sure how long they’ll be around, but worth a shot.
On the back of your gift cards, check all the stores where that brand is accepted. For example, gift cards for Gap also work at Old Navy, Banana Republic, Athleta and Piper Lime. Walmart gift cards work at Sam’s Club, Amazon gift cards work at Whole Foods, and Albertsons gift cards work at Safeway, Vons and a dozen other grocery store chains in the same family. Make sure you know these sister-company store policies before you buy a brand. One limitation you may find with many stores like Amazon, Walmart and Best Buy is that they have per-product purchase limits. Obviously you can create new accounts or ask friends and family to buy products for you, but some products have gift cards under many different SKU numbers—like a Christmas and Birthday version. There are also limits set for each of these individual items, not the gift card category as a whole. Finally, based on the U.S. government regulations, the maximum amount of gift cards that can be purchased in a 24 hour period by a single person $10,000. So please keep this in mind when you are out there shopping. Good luck, be honest, and happy trading! Bonus Resources
Whether you're new to cryptocurrency and have no clue what a 'litecoin' is, or a seasoned investor in cryptocurrencies, the resources below will answer all your questions. If you still have questions, feel free to ask below in the comments!
What is Litecoin?
Litecoin (LTC or Ł) is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency and open source software project released under the MIT/X11 license. Litecoin is one of the largest, oldest, and most used cryptocurrencies in the world. Similar to Bitcoin, Litecoin uses blockchain technology to process transactions. So what's the difference? To process a block, Litecoin takes 2.5 minutes rather than Bitcoins 10 minutes. This allows for faster processing times. Litecoin also has the capability to produce a total of 84 million units, compared to Bitcoins 21 million. In addition, Litecoin uses scrypt in its proof-of-work algorithm, a sequential memory-hard function requiring asymptotically more memory than an algorithm which is not memory-hard. Still confused? Take a look at this video!
Where can I buy Litecoin?
There are many websites and applications where you can buy and sell Litecoin, but make sure the exchange you are using is trusted and secure. Here are some exchanges that are trusted in the cryptocurrency community:
Litecoin (and other cryptocurrencies) is stored in a digital wallet. When storing Litecoin, you want to make sure you trust the place you store them. This is why it is best to store them yourself through the electrum wallet. It is highly suggested to not store your Litecoin in an exchange (such as Coinbase, Poloniex, Bittrex, etc.) because you don't control the private keys. If the exchange ever goes offline, or becomes insolvent, your Litecoin essentially disappear. Some other options are:
Litecoin is now the sixth-largest true cryptocurrency by market capitalization. Websites are rapidly adopting Litecoin as a method of payment, if you would like to explore websites that accept Litecoin, head over to /AcceptingLTC. Here are several of our favorite merchants accepting Litecoin:
If you have more questions, or are genuinely interested in learning more about Litecoin then be sure to check out the Litecoin Wiki. If you have a specific question that you can't seem to find the answer too, ask below and someone will help you out!
A cryptocurrency app is coming in January from Life Leadership, a financial MLM. The only info available is a coupletalks they've given, with lots of Crypto Hype but not much detail. Here's an outline of the few specifics:
Commission on signing up new app users, meaning there's a fee to signup or more likely a monthly fee.
Also commission on purchases using the app. Not sure if it's commission on buying crypto, spending crypto, or both.
Several stores listed that you can use with the app, apparently for in person sales not just online: Lowes, Home Depot, Sears/Kmart, American Eagle, Krispy Kreme, Dunkin Donuts, Dominos, Old Navy, Outback, and more. Appears to match the eGifter bitcoin gift card store list.
Will use a widely available crypto, but it sounds like they're leaning away from Bitcoin. Not sure if they've actually selected the crypto yet.
Near-instant transactions, which tells me you don't actually control your crypto
"So easy your grandma could use it"
No transaction fees for spending.
There's a lot of unanswered questions: How does this work? Who actually holds the crypto? Can you cash out to a real wallet? Is there a crypto service they're using for purchases? What fees are there for purchasing or selling? Who does AML/KYC? Anyone know of a similar product from another MLM that might give some insight?
[Reference] Here's a raw list of ~300 retailers that accept BCH via Gyft & eGifter. It's fun to spendl both online & in your neighborhood!
Confused? Scroll to bottom. Gyft.com:
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For those who don't know, Gyft.com & eGifter.com sell gift cards online (Amazon, iTunes, BedBathBeyond, etc., like you see in the revolving rack at the corner convenience store). Both services accept BitcoinCash (via Bitpay). Instead of a plastic card, they send you a "virtual" card (an activation code). So you can buy stuff from all the stores above with BCH (& then replace your BCH so you don't later feel like you spent $500 on diapers :) I scraped and massaged the lists from both services for you because I find it easier to refer to than browsing their sites that make you scroll through logos instead. Many of the retailers are found on both services. Many are unique to one. The superset is probably about 300 (plus thousands of local restaurants that participate with Uber Eats). There's a lot more than Restaurants, Starbucks & Playstore! You'll find Uber, airlines (Southwest, American, Delta), Hotels.com, XBOX, Playstation, Dell, Microsoft Office, Hulu, Ebay, Wine.com, Walmart, Target, Home Depot, CVS Pharmacy, Marshalls, Panera, Nordstrom Rack, Nike, Adidas, Zappo, Foot Locker... You can literally live on BCH now (if only there were a way to pay utilities and rent/mortgage). You can have a super smooth experience buying a card while queuing for the register. When you tap to pay in BitcoinCash (or BTC) from the Gyft app, android prompts you to launch your wallet! The amount, fee, and receiving address is already filled in. Simply take a look to confirm and then slide to pay. In seconds (before the next register is open) the new gift card is in your Gyft app "wallet" and ready to be scanned by the cashier. You can also regift/send the gift card to a friend instead of activating/revealing the card's code. Note that Uber credit is how you pay for Uber Eats, so an Uber gift card can not only get you around town but also bring food to your door from restaurants in your neighborhood. Feel free to paste the lists into the weekly/monthly or any BCH updates, or to categorize it (i should have but I don't know them all). It's not my data obviously. I don't know how often the two services update the lists. (Not sure which are limited to regions. I can confirm that Uber gift card was credited when pasted in the Uber app, in Japan, but wasn't usable for rides in Japan. The balance was perfectly usable later, in USA.)
[PSA] Money saved = money earned? Use bitcoin to save money if you shop on amazon.
I was reading a couple threads on this subreddit and some people are taking a hit when buying gift cards with bitcoin where they only get 80% of the value of the bitcoin transferred to the gift card. People also seem to struggle converting bitcoin to cash. Here's a few things with some referral linkssorry to assist people with these issues. For starters, egifter and gyft are pretty useful. I use them pretty often for things when I am in a rush and can't find any other options to save using bitcoin to buy things. It's also really handy for gifts for birthdays/christmas for those folks that live far away. If you want to throw me a bone for telling you about egifter, shoot me a pm and I can add you as a referral. The referral program isn't sexy, but egifter does give you points for using bitcoin that can add up to savings on future orders. If you want to convert bitcoin to fiat, I highly recommend getting a bitpay debit card. Bitpay is fast and easy and comes in pretty handy. You could also consider localbitcoins. Using that site you can charge a small fee for the transaction. Just simply look at the current rates in your area and match it. Match the rate based on the amount you're selling. Example, currently preev has the bitcoin price at $2632 usd per 1 btc and the going rate in my area is roughly $2785. That's a 3-4% fee. You can also transact here in cash with no id. I just recommend meeting somewhere safe. I also recommend keeping an eye on /BitMarket. I stumble across deals there from time to time. That subreddit is a pretty decent place to sell some stuff for bitcoin if your are interested in that sort of thing. There are a couple of places that I've found online that are auction type sites like ebay for bitcoin, but they are pretty shady in general and I'd rather not be the guy that points people to them. I have gotten some great deals on them, but I play it extremely safe. If it seems to good to be true or the seller has no ratings or feedback, I don't touch them. Same goes for the subreddit here, check the users profile and attempt to use escrow when doing any trades there. Now, my favorite thing to do when not using bitcoin directly on sites like newegg is to use purse. referral: nonref: Purse is a service that offers a 5% discount immediately for shopping on amazon. If you already shop on amazon and aren't using this, you are wasting money. Purse can save you 10-20% when purchasing if you are patient. Here's how it works. Say you want to buy a new item that cost $100 on amazon. You list the item in a public wishlist, make an offer of say $80 or $85 in bitcoin for the item and you pay purse.io the bitcoin. Purse then acts as an escrow between you and whomever accepts your offer and buys the item. The item is shipped directly to you and you then notify purse and they release the escrow to the buyer. I usually start out my offers at 20% and if no one bites after 24to 48 hours, I lower it to 15%. Cool little side hustle here: I have friends and family that I told about this and they don't want the headaches of dealing with bitcoin. So what I do is let them order through me. Say you mom wants that new tablet or whatever. I tell her I can save her 5% and order the item. If I get 15% off I pocket the 10% as profit for the 10 mins of work it took me to do the listing and stuff. It's a decent way to flip btc to usd for fiat and profit. For example, a recent purchase I did. I ordered the new kindle fire, childproof case, cover, headphones and all for my friend for her daughter. Everything together was like $145. I listed it for $115 (Cause I like round numbers). I put the bid up and it was accepted in under an hour. That usually doesn't happen. But I was able to flip $115 worth of bitcoin out and got back $135 and some stuff from her garden. Not a bad deal for 10 minutes worth of "work"... What I do is scaled up because I've traded bitcoin since 2012 and I currently have a few mining rigs, so I always have extra bitcoin laying around to do this. But even if it helps someone a few times a month or something it adds up. Hope this helps, if you have any questions/suggestions let me know.
Cryptocurrencies remain way ahead of their time even after bitcoin’s impact in the financial market grew three folds in 2008. With the right cryptocurrency wallet- Like XcelPay, here are 4 things that you can buy using cryptocurrency: https://preview.redd.it/a7t5szpozlv21.jpg?width=794&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=e826cb58df3463ee2fbda503c0f454f9062eee20 1) Coffee Coffee giants like Starbucks announced that they would partner with Microsoft, to accept a wide range of cryptocurrencies in exchange for your daily coffee. There are multiple other coffee shops around the world that accepts cryptocurrencies, they are essentially located in crypto friendly countries like South Korea, Japan and so on. 2) Home Décor Are you planning on buying new furniture for your home? Then you might think of buying them from Overstock, the online retailer who sell everything. The online shopping site is now accepting cryptocurrencies in return for products of your choice. 3) Gift Cards If you love giving your friends and family gift cards? eGifter in an online platform that offers giftcards from 250 brands, you can get your hands on these gift cards by paying for them using cryptocurrencies. This not just makes for a wonderful present, this is also a method to use your cryptocurrency stash. 4) Windows and Xbox Content Microsoft started accepting Bitcoins in the year of 2014. The company briefly paused transactions in 2018 but the feature was soon restored. You can buy games, apps and many more interesting software using cryptocurrencies on Xbox and Windows. With an app like XcelPay, you can easily transact on any of these platforms with ease, these transactions will also be secured by the technology of the wallet. Buy using cryptocurrencies with XcelPay. Download the XcelPay app, available on Android and IOS app stores.
eGifter and Gyft for a exchange of gifts if you do not know what to give
I was browsing there and I read that now it is possible to make a very useful online gift, like a gift card, paying with cryptocurrencies. eGifter is a company dedicated to this, and allows to buy gift cards from a wide range of options with Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash, in a simple way. To facilitate the process and inform, they offer support to their users in their Purchase section with Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash. Gyft is another website dedicated to providing gift card purchase, delivery and exchange services from any device, and they also accept bitcoin as currency for their transactions. The procedure is quite simple, for which the user should only access the website, select the gift card of his choice in the wide catalog that includes prices between $ 10 and $ 500, and select bitcoin as his preferred method of payment, and proceed to send the payment through your payment wallet. Again, we emphasize that the procedure will vary a bit depending on the type of wallet then do not think about it anymore mix the holidays with the adoption gift cards that come from the world of cryptocurrencies. and have a happy new year
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How to use your BTC right now, and prepare for being a Lightning Network user at the same time!
Right now fees are high on the Bitcoin blockchain, which does mean that the way it had been used in the past (with users not needing to really be aware of the fee pool) isn't viable right now. It's a learning curve to manage, but that doesn't mean you can't use your bitcoins right now. Bitcoin is a paradigm shift in many ways, and one of the things that the high-fee situation has caused (and at least the early days of Lightning Network adoption will perpetuate) is planning ahead. In my daily life, my kiddo's school participates in the SCRIP program, where if you buy gift cards through the school, you as the buyer pay face value of the card ($100 gets you a $100 gift card), but the school gets some small (usually 1-5%) kickback from the vendor. So, to take advantage of this, for a while now, I've been buying gas station gift cards through that program. Gassing up my car is something that I know I'm going to do each month, and from my various budgeting tools, I know about the ballpark of how much I'm going to spend on gas each month. Before using the SCRIP program, I would pay with a credit card at the gas pump throughout the month, and at the end of the month, pay for the gas by paying off the credit card. To switch to using the SCRIP program, at the beginning of the month I order the gas station gift cards through SCRIP, and then throughout the month, use those cards until they were empty (which should be about the end of the month, when I'm about to buy more). The key change is switching the payment from the end of the month to the beginning; pre-paying for the thing, which requires requires planning ahead to know how much to get (too much and you're wasting money locking it up in gift cards to a vendor you won't use that much up at. Too little and you'll run out before month's end). If you're living paycheck-to-paycheck, this will be a big change to make. And I know that's been traditionally a more common way people's finances (at least here in the US) have gone; put everything on a credit card, then pay off the card (hopefully all of it) at the end of the month. One other place where people can learn these sort of reflexes in the existing financial industry is Flex-savings accounts for healthcare costs. Those sorts of programs let you have funds available tax-free for health-related expenses, but you need to pre-allocate how much you're going to spend on health-related things. So, how does that relate to Bitcoin and the future Lightning Network? Bitcoin fees are purely based on how fast you need the transaction to be verified, not how big the transaction is (that's not new; that's always been the case). So, now that the fees are high, the economical thing to do as a consumer is to pay larger amounts, less frequently ($10 fee on a $10 transaction ($20 total; fee is 100% of transacted amount) is not viable. $10 fee on a $500 transaction ($510 total; fee is 2% of transacted amount) is still not ideal, but at least functional). Many vendors who accept Bitcoin as payment allow you to use bitcoin to get "in store credit" at that vendor. So, plan ahead for what you want to do at that vendor in the next month/quarter and pre-fill your credit there. For example, I use NameCheap for my domain registrations, and they accept bitcoin as the means to add to the "funds" credit on your account. Domain registrations expire at known dates, so I can plan out for the year ahead in what months I'll be needing more funds for domain registrations. This past week I deposited enough funds to cover my Q1 expenses there, paying a low fee such that it confirmed in four days, and then I used those funds to renew my domains. Another way to do this is through Gyft/eGifter services. If you know you spend $100 monthly at Starbucks, you can get a $100 Starbucks card through one of those services at the beginning of the month, and then use it throughout the month. This ends up being very similar to the SCRIP setup I described too. If you use many vendors that Gyft/eGifter sell cards for, but not in high value for each of them (like, you spend $25/month each at Starbucks, Dominos, Dunkin' Donuts and Panera), instead of buying multiple little gift cards, get one big "eGifter Choice Card" or a "Gyft Card" to buy credit at eGifter or Gyft respectively and then use that "in store credit" to buy the smaller gift cards. The Purse.io site allows you to do the same thing with Amazon.com purchases. You can deposit a lump sum of bitcoins into your Purse wallet, and then request the various things you need from Amazon through their interface. Those are ways you can use your bitcoins now, with just some changes to the way you approach/plan your spending, but why do all that pre-planning effort? Well, learning how to pre-plan and pre-pay like that will be very useful in the near future, since that's what the early days of the Lightning Network will be like. To use payment channels to pay a merchant, you as the buyer need to have the funds on-hand to open the channel (before you make the purchase), rather than making the purchase and then paying for it. Opening and closing a payment channel will be transactions on the main blockchain, and will have to compete on the fee market that's currently there. So ideally you'd not want to be opening and closing payment channels frequently. So, this same idea of pre-paying applies. The moment your favorite coffee shop starts accepting Lightning Network transactions, you can open a payment channel to them, but in doing so, you have to lock up some funds into that channel, which can only be spent at that coffee shop (I'm neglecting the "network" part of the Lightning Network here, assuming it will take time to grow), so it's just like buying "in store credit" at that shop. To be useful to you as a consumer, you'll have to pre-plan how much you'll be spending at that vendor monthly/quarterly. If you guess too high, you'll have funds locked up needlessly (though hopefully you could spend them through the Network part of the Lightning Network as it grows, so that's a benefit of locking funds into a payment channel versus locking them up in a Gyft/eGifter gift card). Guess too low, and you'll have to close the channel and open a new one more frequently, paying more on-chain transaction fees for it. So, I'm looking forward to the growth of the Lightning Network, and accepting the fact that it is yet another paradigm shift, which means to me as a user, I will have a learning curve, and it will take different actions on my part to be part of something that's radically different from the previous systems.
Region free guide on how-to buy packs at Amazon Appstore at discounted price! 86packs at $70!
After a lot of hiccups, and many hours spent, i finally I managed to purchase 86 gvg packs with mere $70 USD. Yes, it is the Amazon Appstore new deal. As the time of writing this post, it offers 30% off for 10k Amazon coin and 10% coin rebate when you purchase the packs via coin. It only cost 0.814 USD per pack compared with 1.167 USD per pack on the official battle.net store, still pretty good huh? Note: It is difficult to buy Amazon gift cards at reasonable price outside of US so your journey may varies. Warning there are some risks involved which includes getting scammed when you try to purchase Amazon Gift Cards from non-official channels, continue at your own discretion. Without further adieu, The Step-by-Step guide on How to purchase Hearhstone packs at discounted price for any region!
Get yourself some Amazon Gift cards with 70 USD at least.
Use a US VPN (not really sure this is a necessary step or not, there are plenty of free options out there).
Create an amazon account (amazon.com) with US address at California state (to avoid Amazon tax).
Log into Amazon website and redeem the balance on your Amazon gift cards.
The discounts are coming in and they're significant
I've heard that Merchant adoption on it's own will not fuel consumer adoption of Bitcoin. I agree, Why would someone go out of their way to purchase Bitcoin at a cost to buy something when they can just use their credit/debit cards for free ? But I've been making it a point to shop using Bitcoin lately, and the discounts offered by Merchants are significant. Significant enough for me to first buy Bitcoin from coinbase regardless of price only to then do my shopping with those Bitcoin for the discount. Gyft and eGifter offer 3% back and for other individual companies such as Whollyhemp.com, I've gotten as high as 10% off just for using Bitcoin. Even the The Jay-Z and Beyonce concert in Chicago is offering 25% off if bought with Bitcoin (limited). As a consumer at checkout if I see a "buy with Bitcoin for 3%, 5%, 10% discount" option, well that is very enticing. If Bitcoin becomes almost seamless to aquire, maybe just a click of a button or an extra step at check out, Things will definitely heat up. This new consumer demand will put upward pressure on Price but regardless of price it won’t deter people from acquiring Bitcoin. They are using Bitcoin for it’s payment system not as a store of value, and the result is consumers are actually saving money because of the efficiency of the system. Consumers at this point will acquire Bitcoin at any price in their native currency just to use right away at checkout to achieve the discount. This wont take long to happen. We're about to see an avalanche of Merchant adoption. and with consumer prices getting ever higher because of inflation, people are desperate to save a buck. They'll figure out how to use Bitcoin if the Discounts offered by Merchants are significant. z tl;dr: Merchant discounts will fuel consumer demand for Bitcoin at any price just to achieve discount, putting upward pressure on price sending Bitcoin to the Moon.
I waited til the last minute to do my Christmas shopping as I do every year so I decided to get my sister a gift card (along with another gift that won't arrive till after Christmas). I read on Forbes about the site eGifter and how they accept Bitcoin so I decided to go with them. I created an account and copied the wallet address that was given to me. Once I sent the transaction BitCore crashed on me. The application would not close because it was stuck at 'Not Responding' and the transaction timer from eGifter continued to count down. I finally was able to close BitCore but could not relaunch in time. I called the company and was told I would be contacted within 24 hours (which I wasn't). I emailed them today asking for a status update and am still waiting on a reply. Has anyone ever encountered something like this with your wallet crashing? I'm considering abandoning BitCore and getting a new wallet
As bitcoin is growing day by day, new marketplaces are popping up. Example services like eGifter which allows you to buy gift cards etc. What else do you think is missing to get more people onboard bitcoin and grow the currency. I'm exploring ideas myself to help bitcoin grow into something great, but keen to know other peoples ideas. Discuss.
The rumors are all true. We have been working really hard here at eGifter. First getting Walmart back so you guys can get your gas and groceries. Then, making it so you can pay for it on iOS natively. So you iOS fans, go grab the new eGifter app and tell us what you think. We welcome the feedback. We are working hard to release the our new generation app for Android so stay tuned! Happy Fathers Day to all you dads out there!
Introducing: eGifting platform ItsOn.Me, working together with Blackcoin, and implementing select cryptos on super slick app.
This is a great day for Blackcoin. Fruit of many month's work behind the scenes, that began with a meeting I had back in June last year, in the New York office of ItsonMe CEO, David Leibner. He showed me his truly epic eGifting technology. Trust me: you need this app. The word is out now on Cointelegraph, hot off the presses: http://cointelegraph.com/news/113779/local-restaurant-gifting-app-itsonme-adding-bitcoin-and-alts-for-payment I am really, really excited about this! Check out ItsOn.Me. App is available for Android and iPhone. It is awesome. But it's about to become even more awesome. Read all about it. Get the app, follow @ItsOnMe on twitter. And PS, don't be fooled by apparent scamsite itsonme.com, and don't download their app. Go to itson.me, that's the real McCoy. Google Play and Iphone app are made by 'GiftBoard'.
Dogecoin and bitcoin estimated inflation rate for the next 10 years. 2015: Bitcoin: 10.00% | Dogecoin: 5.20% 2016: Bitcoin: 9.09% | Dogecoin: 4.94% 2017: Bitcoin: 4.17% | Dogecoin: 4.71% 2018: Bitcoin: 4.00% | Dogecoin: 4.50% 2019: Bitcoin: 3.85% | Dogecoin: 4.30% 2020: Bitcoin: 3.70% | Dogecoin: 4.13% 2021: Bitcoin: 1.79% | Dogecoin: 3.96% 2022: Bitcoin: 1.75% | Dogecoin: 3.81% 2023: Bitcoin: 1.72% | Dogecoin: 3.67% 2024: Bitcoin: 1.69% | Dogecoin: 3.54% “The goal for the currency is to keep approximately 100 billion coins in circulation - thus after 100 billion Dogecoins are created, rewards will continue at 10k each block. This will help maintain mining and stabilize the number of coins in circulation (considering lost wallets and various other ways coins may be destroyed) at 100 billion.” https://github.com/dogecoin/dogecoin/issues/23#issuecomment-33893149
Date of introduction Dogecoin Date of introduction: 8 December 2013 Litecoin Date of introduction: 7 October 2011 Bitcoin Date of introduction: 3 January 2009 Market Cap comparison: http://cryptmarketcap.com/
“Dogeparty is a layer on the Dogecoin network for new coins that foster creativity and promote social good.” www.dogeparty.io “Dogeparty is faster, because Dogecoin is faster. 10x the speed of Bitcoin. Dogeparty is cheaper, because Dogecoin is cheaper. The transaction cost for Dogecoin is about 1/500th of the Bitcoin transaction cost.” https://coinreport.net/little-altcoin-sanity-impact-dogeparty/
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