Pay for groceries with bitcoin via eGifter's new Walmart giftcard

Pay for groceries with bitcoin via eGifter's new Walmart giftcard

The lives of people attempting to live solely on bitcoin just got much easier, at least in the US. 'Social' gift card seller eGifter has started selling cards for retail behemoth Walmart. eGifter began accepting bitcoin at the beginning of October 2013, and in doing so opened up a new universe of mainstream purchasing options. The company already sells gift cards for over 100 retail outlets in a wide range of categories, including well-known brands like Barnes & Noble, Land's End, Home Depot and CVS Pharmacy. Even among people who have never set foot in one of their stores, Walmart is....


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