Social Gifting Platform eGifter Adds 47 New Brands to Digital Bitcoin Marketplace in Q1 2014

Social Gifting Platform eGifter Adds 47 New Brands to Digital Bitcoin Marketplace in Q1 2014

eGifter, the social gifting company, announces today the addition of 47 new brands to its digital marketplace, allowing consumers to purchase online gift cards for more than 200 brands in one mobile-optimized location.

eGifter’s digital and social marketplace platform accepts a variety of cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, as payment for gift cards, which consumers can use at all of the top brands available on eGifter. It also provides users the ability to invite friends over social networks or via email to pitch in on gifts as a group, enabling the purchase of more personalized, higher-value eGift cards.

This announcement comes on the heels of eGifter’s recent partnership with GoCoin to accept additional cryptocurrencies, such as Dogecoin and Litecoin. eGifter is one of the only ecommerce sites that accepts more than one cryptocurrency as payment.

“We’re adding new options for gift cards every week and are always listening to our members to figure out the best new brands to include in our marketplace,” said Tyler Roye, co-founder and CEO of eGifter. “We’re excited to keep improving our store while adding more payment methods and gifting options, both on mobile and the web.”

Some of the recently added brands include:     

    - Boscov’s Department Store
    - Caribou Coffee
    - Fathead®
    - GILT Groupe
    - Global Hotel Card by Orbitz
    - Hal Smith Restaurant Group
    - Hulu
    - Microsoft Xbox
    - Rixty
    - ROBLOX
    - Steiner Sports
    - Wine Country Gift Baskets
    - Wolfgang Puck Grand Café
    - Zeevex

The eGifter marketplace includes brands from a variety of industries, including food and restaurants, music, movies and entertainment, clothing and accessories, electronics, health spa and beauty, and travel and lodging. Gift cards purchased through eGifter can customarily be used both online and in store and can also be downloaded and stored directly on consumers’ digital wallets.

To see a full list of retailers and brands in eGifter’s social and digital marketplace, visit

About eGifter

eGifter revolutionizes the act of gift giving with a social and mobile gifting platform designed to create a fun experience for consumers, while helping retailers unlock the viral potential of gift giving in social spaces. eGifter is based on New York and was founded in 2011 by a group of proven tech entrepreneurs.

To learn more about eGifter and their social and mobile group gifting platform, visit

Try it out at or download the mobile app from iTunes or Google Play.

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