With the new gift card feature of the online crypto wallet, users can convert cryptocurrencies into goods with just a few clicks
Online multi-currency crypto wallet Freewallet is gradually expanding its range of features and services to meet the needs of crypto users. The latest developments to be announced are the integration of the platform with Moonpay and the introduction of a new gift card feature.
The Moonpay partnership has significantly improved the crypto buying process with Fiat, as Moonpay allows customers to use a credit card to buy crypto at great prices. Users can now purchase BTC, ETH, XRP, LTC, BCH, XLM, USDC, EOS, TRX, Vocational Training, DAI NEO, ZIL, ZRX, TUSD, MANA, PAX, CHZ, CVC, EOSDT and with 42 different Fiat Currencies pay USDT20.
In addition to the Moonpay integration, Freewallet fully rolled out its new gift card feature after a test run late last year. Cards can be bought for both physical and online stores, so any cryptocurrency can be converted into goods with just a few clicks.
The gift cards cover a wide range of products from department stores to fashion to entertainment. Freewallet has worked with more than 800 global brands including Amazon, eBay, iTunes, Burger King, Nike, Starbucks, The Body Shop, Ticketmaster, Global Hotel Card, Topshop and Uber.
The search tool allows Freewallet users to sort gift cards by popularity or geography, as well as alphabetically. The value of the cards ranges from $ 1 to $ 1,000. Gift cards are currently being issued in stores in 38 different countries, and Freewallet plans to expand the range of cards in the future.
Freewallet’s PR director Solomon Brown said of the new offerings: “We are very pleased that we can introduce other useful functions to our users. We were very lucky that we could gather a large community around our platform and listen to the feedback they give us. It is amazing to see the progress we have made as a service and the progress that has been made across the industry. We hope that our users will enjoy the new gift card feature as well as the upgraded exchange.”