A leading provider of gift cards and other payment services for cryptocurrency users, Coinsbee.com, is partnering up with Binance Pay.
Effective immediately, Coinsbee users have access to Binance Pay to make payments in over 40 different cryptocurrencies. Their payments will have no transaction fees, and shoppers receive immediate confirmation of their transaction. Binance app users can check out on the Coinsbee platform.
Integrating Binance Pay will allow Coinsbee customers to make borderless, contactless, and fully secure payments. Any user with access to Coinsbee, regardless of their nationality or demographics, can use the new integration.
The Coinsbee team understands that digital payments involving cryptocurrencies have become an integral part of our daily lives. For that reason, incorporating Binance payments is a logical step in Coinsbee’s long-term cryptocurrency journey and its quest to provide leading digital payment solutions.
Wide choice of cryptocurrency gift cards
The Binance integration makes it even easier to buy gift cards on Coinsbee. It’s the simplest and most convenient way to access the world’s top retailers with cryptocurrency. Whether customers are looking to start their Christmas shopping with bitcoin on Amazon or just need a new Playstation game for the weekend, the Coinsbee platform makes purchases easy.
Coinsbee currently offers 2,000 different products, and the range is expanding daily. Purchase gift cards from e-commerce staples such as Amazon, or buy cards that can be used as credit cards in-store like Cash to Code. You can also purchase gift cards for the Apple Store and PlayStation Store, among many others.
What’s more, customers can also buy payment cards for their favorite food delivery services like Uber Eats, and sports equipment brands. As borders are reopening and travel is becoming accessible once again, Coinsbee users can pay for hotel trips and even airline travel through Binance Pay.
For those planning home improvements, Coinsbee makes it possible to furnish an entire home using cryptocurrency gift cards. Wayfair and The Home Depot are only two of the brands to choose from.
Binance edge for shoppers
Buying gift cards and payment cards on Coinsbee has always been simple, with more than 50 different cryptocurrencies accepted on the platform. Binance Pay adds a further edge.
Using the Binance integration, customers can choose their preferred cryptocurrency for each individual purchase. They are not bound by their initial choice. All customers need to do is select which cryptocurrency they want to use for a particular purchase.
Transaction speed is the biggest benefit Coinsbee customers will see from the partnership. No need to wait – transactions will be confirmed instantly, independently of the product users choose. In addition, there is no transaction fee for using Binance Pay on Coinsbee.
Founded in Stuttgart, southwest Germany in early 2019, Coinsbee.com went live in September 2019. Initially offering gift cards and payment cards to a German and English-language market, the company soon expanded to add a shopping cart feature. Additional languages soon followed.
Less than a year after going live, Coinsbee integrated payments for mobile phone top-ups. By January 2021, the company had closed its 100,000th sale. At this stage, Coinsbee offers more than 2,000 different gift cards covering more than 400 brands.
About Binance Pay
Since its launch earlier in 2021, Binance Pay has made it easier to pay and receive payments in cryptocurrencies. All payments are completed contactless and secure. Binance Pay is part of Binance, the leading blockchain ecosystem, and cryptocurrency infrastructure, provider.
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