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Pay fast and secure with Tether (USDT)
Since January 2012, the crypto currency Tether (USDT) has been in use. With this currency you can pay on the Internet lightning fast and secure. What used to be a niche existence due to lack of acceptance has now become a widely accepted means of payment thanks to Coinsbee. Because here at Coinsbee we thought about how you can pay with Tether (USDT) and other crypto currencies at as many online stores, phone providers and gaming platforms as possible. In the end we decided to sell vouchers. With these vouchers you can redeem credits directly on the respective page, which you can use to pay at the checkout. You can pay for these vouchers on Coinsbee with Tether. Immediately after the delivery of the voucher you can redeem the full amount of the voucher at your favorite store. You can see which Coinsbee partners accept vouchers here.
Pay for your favorite series with Tether (USDT) and stream it immediately
Living without Netflix is unthinkable for a serial freak these days. Anytime, anywhere, Netflix lets you stream your favorite series and watch the latest blockbusters and movie classics. 24/7 whenever you want. All you need is a Netflix account and subscription. You can now pay for this subscription with crypto money like tether (USDT). Don't you think? But it's very simple! The solution is a Netflix voucher bought at Coinsbee. Innovative and simple, this solution allows you to use your crypto money cleverly and with maximum security. Because an encrypted transaction with Tether (USDT) cannot be hijacked by thieves. If you decide to pay your Netflix subscription with tether (USDT), the handling is very easy. You simply buy a credit code of a certain amount on Coinsbee and pay it with Tether (USDT) or one of the other over 50 accepted crypto currencies on Coinsbee. With the credit code you can recharge your account with Netflix within minutes.
Subscribe and pay for gaming and co with Tether (USDT)
Now there is no more excuse! Thanks to Tether (USDT) and other crypto currencies, you can finally pay safely and securely. Not only in online stores like Zalando, Amazon and co., but also in the gaming area. Platforms like Steam fully accept our vouchers as credit cards. And that, without charging fees. The procedure is very easy. All you need is a valid and verified e-mail address. First you surf on Coinsbee to the bottom of the desired gaming platform. Then you choose the amount of credit you want to buy. You can also choose in which country the voucher should be valid. Coinsbee is internationally positioned and is able to issue credits and vouchers for many countries, which are only valid there. Now put the voucher in the shopping cart and proceed to the checkout. Here you choose your crypto currency with which you want to pay. In our case this is the tether. Important: The conversion of the currency is always done in US dollars. Therefore there can be currency fluctuations when converting. On the product page you can see the exchange rate in real time. So you can see at a glance whether you can get a good exchange rate. At the checkout you confirm your details and enter your e-mail address. You will then receive a transaction code, which you must now type into your wallet when you confirm the transaction. Make sure that all the details are correct. Now confirm the transaction. Are you done? Then it usually takes less than five minutes until you find your credit code in your email inbox. It can be used immediately and can be redeemed. For example, on PlayStation plus to take out a subscription or to buy tickets. Also on Steam, Xbox, Nintendo and many other platforms a voucher, bought on Coinsbee, is redeemable. You will find the field for redeeming credits in the payment process of the respective platform as a separate field where you can enter and confirm the credit code. With some providers like Amazon, you can also redeem your credit in advance without buying anything directly. This is very practical because your credit does not expire and is automatically taken into account for a later purchase.
Tether (USDT) - the accepted means of payment from the block chain
Payment with crypto money has not always been a pleasure so far. Often it failed due to high transaction fees and slow verification processes, where trustees were missing for confirmation. Bitcoin, the first crypto currency, managed a full seven transactions per hour, while the payment service provider VISA handles an impressive 65,000 transactions per second. There one sees which potential is in the digital payment way. To accelerate transactions, many good ideas have been presented in the last decade. One of them was the establishment of a second network, the Litecoin. But also the invention and establishment of more and more new currencies, with independent philosophies. The goal was always to lower the hurdles for a transcation and thus minimize the costs per transcation. So that the crypto currencies remain competitive. For Windows as well as for Android and Mac OS X, there are now a large number of wallets that you can use to manage your crypto currency. For sending as well as for paying for example with Tether. You will need this wallet when you buy credit on Coinsbee in order to carry out the payment process with Tether. All you need to do is connect to the recipient or his trust and enter the transaction code. Upon confirmation, the transaction is now written to the files and is now irrevocably manifested. As soon as the recipient confirms the transaction, the credit is available for you and can be sent immediately when you purchase (digital) products and services. You can find an overview of the participating partners in our partner overview.
What kind of crypto currency is tether actually?
A first whitepaper for Tether was presented to the Internet community in January 2012. It deals with the ideas of developing a crypto currency that is significantly faster and more efficient than Bitcoin. Under the name "Realcoin", the currency "Tether" was launched in July 2014. Over the years, the Tether has had a varied history. Due to suspicions of manipulation of the Bitcoin exchange rate and the Tether hack in November 2017, in which $31 million worth of Tether was stolen, investors lost confidence in Tether Operations Ltd. for a second, but nowadays you can easily use Tether to make payments.