SHIB, BTC Can Now Be Spent on eCommerce Giant eBay Through This: Details

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Shiba Inu, Bitcoin holders can now spend their cryptos on eCommerce giant eBay through the BitPay Card, which can be used like any other credit or debit card at eBay’s checkout. Use your @Shibtoken on the @BitPay card on ebay ! #SHIB — The Bus (@TheBus37643251) August 26, 2022 As explained in a blog post , holders can load their cryptocurrencies and spend them like cash on eBay through the BitPay card. The virtual BitPay card can also be used at millions of online merchants, anywhere Mastercard is accepted (including eBay).

Cryptocurrency payments processor BitPay currently supports the following cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Dogecoin, Shiba Inu, Litecoin, XRP, ApeCoin, Dai, Binance USD, USD Coin, Wrapped Bitcoin, Pax Dollar, Gemini Dollar and Euro Coin.

Currently, eBay does not accept direct crypto payments, but it may do so in the near future. Jamie Iannone, CEO of eBay, stated in a March 2022 interview with The Street that the online auction giant does not currently accept cryptocurrency payments but adds that the platform is constantly evaluating new forms of payments to accept.

World-class retailers that accept direct cryptocurrency payments include AMC Theaters, Jomashop, Newegg and More people want to transact with cryptocurrencies

According to a global poll done by Ripple, 56% of consumers worldwide are more willing to do business with a retailer that accepts cryptocurrencies than any other. Thirty-three percent of consumers polled also indicated that they would consider making purchases with […]

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