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What can you buy with cryptocurrencies?

Currencies / BlockChain Apr 03, 2021 - 10:23 AM GMT

By: Sumeet_Manhas

Currencies

Cryptocurrencies are very popular these days. Most people usually use it as an investment but, actually, there are loads of goods and services you can buy with it: from restaurants to clothes, gift cards, even real estate, and lots of other stuff too. So, if you want to know what more you can buy with cryptocurrencies, continue reading this article and let us help you with that.




Firstly, you can get crypto currencies with your own debit or credit card and then buy gift cards with it. It is actually very simple: all you have to do is to find the right store, choose card value and add to cart, then go to checkout. Select cryptocurrency and pay the invoice. Then just wait till you receive the gift card. You can even earn cashback for your purchases made with crypto. So, it is a really great choice. Another thing you can buy with it is to travel. Some of the online sites accept bitcoins: all you need to do is find the right one. Also, more and more people are accepting cryptocurrencies as payment for real estate. So if you are planning to buy a new house, there won‘t be a problem. Some restaurants also accept crypto, but you might need to do research to find out which of them do that. There are a few shops which allow you to buy clothes too. If your country allows gambling, there is a good chance you can find a site that lets you gamble with crypto. Also, you can find any place that accepts crypto credit cards like Shakepay or BitPay. And, of course, let‘s not forget that one of the best things you can buy with crypto is more cryptocurrencies because they may rise in value faster than a service or product.



If you are interested in buying cryptocurrency, then definitely do research on the platform that you choose to make sure that it is secure. Do not forget the fact that transaction fees differ across various exchanges, which is very important when selecting a cryptocurrency. You might want to consider loads of different things before choosing the only one. Do not be scared to sign-up for several various exchanges and try them all. You might even ask a friend if he uses it and get some advice. You can choose from loads of different cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, XRP, Binance Coin. If you want to buy one of them, you need an online app in which you can hold your currency. All you have to do is just create an account and transfer your real money to buy cryptocurrencies of your choice.  

There are lots of different companies that accept crypto. As this currency grows in popularity, we can expect that even more entities will start accepting cryptocurrency. So, if you are still deciding whether you should get it or not, here is your answer. Because it is not only worth investing in, but you can also buy loads of stuff with it.

By Sumeet Manhas

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