NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / August 19, 2022 / The gift card platform has added Binance coin to its payment methods, a move aimed at expanding its cryptocurrency adoption. The platform will also be adding Kucoin Token soon.
GiftChill, a popular online gift card purchase with crypto platform, has added Binance coin to its growing list of accepted cryptocurrencies, which includes Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, DogeCoin, Kishu Inu and Shiba Inu among others. This latest development means users will now be able to use Binance coin to purchase their favorite gifts on the platform.
The leading gift card purchasing platform has come a long way to become a major cryptocurrency use case. The adoption of Binance, with Kucoin Token in the works, GiftChill appears to be making a bold statement: cryptocurrency is the future payment of choice.
While many people may consider DogeCoin, Kishu Inu and Shiba Inu, as meme coins, GiftChill has moved to solidify its presence in the digital currency world. Cryptocurrency holders can now use USDT, Bitcoin, BUSD, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash – and now Binance – to purchase gift cards from anywhere.
More about Binance coin: BNB is the native coin powering the BNB Chain ecosystem and can be used in a wide variety of use cases in addition to trading it on the crypto market. Every BNB investore can now use BNB to purchase gift cards from GiftChill.
More about Kucoin Token: The native coin on the KuCoin platform designed for investors of all types in different languages. With over 20 global communities, and serving over 200 countries, this digital currency is set for massive growth. GiftChill is set to launch it on its platform soon.
More about GiftChill: The site, created to be a one-stop shop for over a hundred different gift cards, focuses on the purchasing power of cryptocurrency. The platform offers discounted price to its clients by eliminating the processing fees charged by credit card companies.
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