Buy gift cards with Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
Pay with Bitcoin Cash when and where you want
Profit with Bitcoin Cash from the advantages of the block chain. Pay for many everyday services that you used to pay for with credit card or cash, with credit generated from Bitcoin Cash here on Coinsbee. The world is changing. Innovations revolutionize our lives faster and faster. The Corona crisis has accelerated the abolition of cash. It is more hygienic and basically faster to pay for your goods and services with virtual money. At present, the good old EC card is still leading in this area in Germany, followed by credit cards and customer cards with payment functions. But what are the arguments against paying for your purchases with credit from the Blockchain? We at Coinsbee have thought about this and developed a solution to increase the acceptance of crypto currencies in many online shops and also in the offline world. Although crypto currencies are still not officially considered as a currency in their own right, we firmly believe that digital currencies still have a great future ahead of them. The huge market capitalizations of Bitcoin and Ether speak for themselves. Bitcoin Cash also has its place as a means of payment in this context. And here at Coinsbee you can exchange this currency for credits from many well-known providers.
If you have one, you have them all: Use Bitcoin Cash worldwide with MasterCard, Visa or Amex
Whether you order goods on the Internet, go shopping in a shop in your city, or are travelling: you can be sure that you will be accepted by one of the major credit card companies. With Visa or MasterCard you can pay your bills reliably almost anywhere in the world. In recent years, the prepaid credit card has experienced its break through. These are credit-based, sometimes purely virtual credit cards that actually do not give any credit at all. Instead, you can use them as often as there is credit on the card account. With the Visa and Mastercard credits here at Coinsbee, you can load your prepaid credit card with Bitcoin Cash in no time at all. All you have to do is select the appropriate voucher, pay the amount with Bitcoin Cash or any of the over 40 crypto currencies that are billable on Coinsbee and the credit code will be sent to you by email. You can generate the credit for Visa and MasterCard via the service provider Prepaid Digital Solutions. You prefer to pay with your good name? Then choose the voucher for American Express. Such a prepaid credit card is a sensible option. Especially if you don't want to overdraw a fixed budget.
Innovative payment solutions - with Bitcoin Cash, use the payment option of tomorrow today
Not only prepaid credit cards can be topped up with Bitcoin Cash via credit cards. The major payment service providers on the Internet are also heavily involved in the voucher business. Paypal for example. The globally accepted payment service provider can also be fed with Bitcoin Cash with a credit code generated on Coinsbee. The amount is then converted into Euro and appears in this currency on your Paypal account. Paypal can not only be used on the Internet, but also has solutions for the offline world. Whether at the petrol station, where you can pay for your petrol with Paypal at the pump, or via your own credit card. Paypal has a high level of acceptance and enjoys a high level of trust among consumers thanks to its buyer protection. But also Paysafecard and Skrill can be fed with credit from Bitcoin Cash. These payment service providers have a high level of acceptance, especially in the area of online gaming. However, they are also increasingly being used as an alternative payment option for topping up mobile phones or in online shops. No matter how you decide. Thanks to the high flexibility on Coinsbee, you will find the perfect way to pay with Bitcoin Cash in many shops, stores and service providers.
Bitcoin Cash - a hard fork to increase the transaction volume
Bitcoin Cash is a crypto-currency that was created in 2017 through a spin-off from the Bitcoin network. When Bitcoin was created in 2009 by Satoshi Nakamoto, he defined the value for a block size at 1 MB. This means that Bitcoin can only execute seven transactions per second. By comparison, the payment service provider Visa manages 65,000 transactions per second. This limit, which according to Nakamoto was created to prevent attacks on the Bitcoin network from the outset, is Bitcoin's biggest obstacle. The limit prevents fast transactions and pushes the cost per transaction for Bitcoin to almost dizzying heights. The increase of the block size limit has been eagerly discussed in the Bitcoin network for years. In the summer of 2017, it was time to get down to business. A group of users forced the hard fork, i.e. the separation of one strand of the block chain from the rest of Bitcoin. The block size limit was immediately raised from 1 to 8 MB. This was the birth of Bitcoin Cash, which is rejected by all other Bitcoin clients. To use Bitcoin Cash, you need the Bitcoin ABC client. Retail acceptance is currently at around 900 providers. However, the vouchers at Coinsbee increase the acceptance of Bitcoin Cash many times over due to the intermediate step with the credit balances.