Amazon is the undisputed largest online marketplace, and it continues to grow. Likewise, the payment options available to Amazon customers are expanding to accommodate new ways of purchasing the millions of products they make available.
With the increasing adoption of crypto-currency in recent years, a growing number of people are wondering if they can use Bitcoin — as well as Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, and others — to buy merchandise from Amazon.com.
Unfortunately, Amazon doesn't (yet) accept Bitcoin directly. But, despite the recent setbacks (link to announcement that Purse.io plans to shut down), there are still a number of ways to spend your BTC with the world's largest retailer.
There are many vendors that allow you to purchase Amazon.com gift cards. And fortunately, using Spendabit, you can easily survey your options.
It's pretty straightforward: Just visit Spendabit.co and type in Amazon gift card.
You'll instantly be presented with gift-card options in a variety of denominations ($25, $100, etc.) and regions — including Europe, the US, Canada, and more.
And as Spendabit is constantly refreshing products and expanding merchants we include, it'll help you keep track of the ever-changing set of options for buying an Amazon gift card using crypto-currency.
There's no shortage of options for spending your bitcoin (and other crypto-currencies) using a debit card. Many companies issue such cards, including large and well-known players like Coinbase and BitPay.