Once upon a time, Steam was supporting Bitcoin as a payment method for purchasing games, but now that it’s gone, you can still purchase Steam Gift Card using Bitcoin or altcoins.
As a Germany-based market, CoinsBee has been offering cryptocurrency as a payment method for purchasing gift cards for over a year now. However, you might have not heard of it up until the recent post from Binance that officially added Binance Pay support for CoinsBee.
As a huge gift card station, CoinsBee supports a lot of platforms. From gaming gift cards like Xbox, PlayStation, and Steam to payment cards like PayPal, Mastercard, and Visa. For us, gamers, the most interesting part is definitely the gaming category of the market.
The most notable advantage of CoinsBee is the fact that it allows you to purchase gift cards that belong to different regions, and it supports a lot of countries. Below, you can check out all the gaming gift cards available on CoinsBee:
- PlayStation Store
- Nintendo Shop
- Google Play
- App Store
- Battle dot net
- Fortnite V-Bucks
- League of Legends
- Free Fire
- Mobile Legends
- World of Warcraft
- Final Fantasy XIV
- Apex Legends
- Guild Wars
- + more
While previously you could purchase gift cards by sending cryptocurrency from your wallet, the latest Binance Pay support provides instant purchase and delivery with a neglectable transaction fee.
Hopefully, Bitcoin is not the only cryptocurrency that is supported by CoinsBee as a payment method. Currently, you can pay for gift cards using 40 cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, BNB, XRP, Tether, Dogecoin, Link, Stellar, Populous, Nano, and more. You can check out all the supported cryptocurrencies via this link.
In the end, we strongly suggest you do your own research before purchasing anything from CoinsBee. This article is not a sponsored post. The purpose of this post is to introduce a new way of purchasing games regarding the inevitable growth of cryptocurrencies in our daily life.