Buy gift cards with BSV BITCOIN SV (BSV)

Buy gift cards with BSV BITCOIN SV (BSV)

Buy gift cards with BSV BITCOIN SV (BSV)

Make secure payments in your online shop with Bitcoin SV

If you think of crypto currencies, the first thing that comes to mind is the term "Bitcoin". Since the invention of Bitcoin at the beginning of the century, Bitcoin has been divided into different currencies. You may be able to do something with Bitcoin Cash, but paying with Bitcoin SV - where is that possible? Coinsbee's cryptographic currency experts have taken the matter on board and developed solutions that will allow you to use Bitcoin SV in popular online shops. Whether it's fashion, household or a new toy for the kids, you can also use Bitcoin SV to pay for your purchases. The trick is to exchange the crypto money for a credit based on euros. You pay with your Bitcoin SV for a voucher code, which you can redeem for the corresponding amount on the platform of the voucher provider. Either immediately, or within a predefined period of time by keeping the voucher code valid. This is not only ideal for you, but also a very good gift idea for people who already have everything else. And best of all: payments with the Blockchain are especially secure, as they cannot be manipulated. When will you test Coinsbee and get your first voucher - paid with Bitcoin SV?

Main mobile calls in best quality, top up your credit with Bitcoin SV

Anyone who is on the road a lot and is a communicative type has his smartphone in continuous operation for many hours of the day. Making phone calls, surfing, chatting, reading e-mails - high sums of money are quickly generated. If you want to keep your costs firmly under control on your mobile phone, one of the mobile phone discounters will do very well with a cheap tariff. Register your SIM card, activate it, top up your credit, book the right tariff and your smartphone is in continuous operation. No matter which network you use, Coinsbee has the right credit card for you in its range. Vouchers from E-Plus, which can also be used for all discount SIM cards in the E-Plus network, as well as from Vodafone, o2 or Telekom Deutschland. Providers of cross-border prepaid tariffs such as specialist Lebara, or regional prepaid providers abroad such as Tesco Mobile in the UK, Eircom in Ireland, Orange in Belgium and France or Telesur in the Netherlands can also be booked via Coinsbee with Bitcoin SV and over 40 other crypto currencies. Simply top up with Bitcoin SV credit and benefit from the fastest Internet via LTE: This is possible with a voucher code for your mobile phone provider via Coinsbee. And if you get bored again, you can buy credit for your favorite browser game via Google Play right away.

Powerplay thanks to clever payment - buy Bitcoin SV credit for games

Since our childhood days, Mario and Luigi, the two pizza makers with the moustache, have been following us as Super Mario Bros in Nintendo games. Over the decades, both characters have become cult and still inspire millions of people around the world. So it's all the better to reminisce and play a round of Super Mario on the Nintendo Switch on the Nintendo console. Jump'n'Run at its best. You can pay for your game with a credit code for the Nintendo eShop that you have loaded on Coinsbee with Bitcoin SV. Nintendo grants vouchers for the eShop with a value of 15 Euros, 25 Euros or 50 Euros. The activation code will be sent by Coinsbee via email immediately after successful transaction. The quicker you decide, the sooner you will have the new activation code and the quicker you will be back on the gamepad and immerse yourself in your current favourite game. But even if you own a PlayStation or play on an Xbox, Coinsbee is the place to be. We also have a good selection of credit cards and vouchers for products from Nintendo's competitors. No wishes are left unfulfilled.

Back to the Bitcoin roots with Bitcoin SV

The "SV" behind Bitcoin SV stands for "Satoshi Vision". What it means is that Bitcoin SV implements the original rules that the inventor of Bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, established when Bitcoin was launched in 2009. Nakamoto limited the block size to 1 MB at the beginning of Bitcoin to protect the network from congestion and to prevent transactions from being manipulated and the network from being compromised. However, as Bitcoin's popularity grew, limiting the block size to 1 MB proved to be an obstacle. Only 7 transactions can be processed per second in the Bitcoin block chain. This limitation led to a preference for transactions with the highest possible transaction fee. For smaller amounts, the transaction fee often exceeds the transfer amount, which makes small amounts in Bitcoin virtually worthless. To change this, Bitcoin Cash was first separated from Bitcoin. Subsequently, the block size was increased to 8 MB to allow more transactions and thus force falling transaction fees. The users who had forced this hard fork from Bitcoin subsequently disagreed about the basic orientation of Bitcoin Cash - which was considered to be true Bitcoin. As a result, Bitcoin Cash split and Bitcoin SV was created. But not many people share Nakamoto's vision. Currently, the Bitcoin SV network consists of around 360 nodes. Mining at Bitcoin SV also happens to a much lesser extent than at other Bitcoin networks.