Bitrefill Enables Payments in Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Dogecoin and Dash on Tinder
Bitrefill, a cryptocurrency payment platform, has given a nice gift to crypto users by introducing Crypto payments on the dating app Tinder. The service allows users to pay for the premium subscription of Tinder in Bitcoin [BTC], Ethereum [ETH], Litecoin [LTC], Dash and Dogecoin. Bitrefill made the announcement through its Twitter handle by stating,
Bitrefill enables users to buy Google Play gift cards or Apple iTunes (App Store) gift cards by using cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin [BTC], Ethereum [ETH], Litecoin [LTC], Dash and Dogecoin. Then users can use those gift cards to take premium subscriptions such as Tinder Plus or Tinder Gold by paying a monthly fee. Other than the Tinder, users can use gift cards for hundreds of other applications too.
Tinder is an online dating app that helps their users to find a perfect match for them. It shows the list of other Tinder users based on several criteria. It lists those users who fall within a predetermined age range and gender. It also filters the list according to the specific distance of the location, and it lets users know whether they have any mutual friends.
Bitrefill has over a dozen of choices to buy gift cards and voucher codes. Users can buy a wide range of gift cards or vouchers of companies such as Amazon, Hotels.com, BookMyShow, Big Bazaar, Steam, Viber, Reddit Gold and many more.
Crypto adoption is slowly but surely gaining traction, a recent report from Kaspersky showed that 1 in 10 people bought something online using Bitcoin and another survey showed that 13% of online shoppers would like to buy Bitcoin using Amazon.
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