eGifter Expands to Europe with Amazon Gift Cards Paid in Bitcoin

eGifter Expands to Europe with Amazon Gift Cards Paid in Bitcoin

In a press release sent out today eGifter, a social and mobile gifting company, announces its expansion into the European Market by adding Amazon.fr, Amazon.de and Amazon.co.uk Gift Cards to its offerings. The new offering will allow European consumers to purchase these cards with Bitcoin, which is very good news as the real Bitcoin economy takes off and more and more consumers look for simple ways to use their coins to buy things (as opposed of speculation). The gift cards are available on the eGifter web and mobile website and will be available next month on the eGifter mobile apps for....


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