PrepaidBitcoin: Buy Prepaid cards in the Philippines!

PrepaidBitcoin: Buy Prepaid cards in the Philippines!

From the same company that brought you Rebit.ph, Bitstars, Coinage, and Bitmarket, is Prepaidbitcoin. PrepaidBitcoin is essentially what it sounds like. Bitcoin available to be purchased, prepaid. This brings Bitcoin to a familiar interface, as many Filipinos use prepaid cards for everything, from minutes to gift cards. It seemed like the most obvious thing to do in a market like the Philippines. This is the texting capital of the world, and 1 in 4 Filipinos now own a smartphone, and something like 95%+ of all SIM cards are prepaid. People are familiar with prepaid cards and use it in....


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