Pay with Cryptos

Why you are on the safe side when you pay with cryptocurrencies:

Means of payment such as credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club, JCB, etc.) are monitored by governments and state intelligence services, as are PayPal, Skrill, sofortüberweisung.de and even bank transfers. 

Now we come to the message that we want to communicate to you:

Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin or Litecoin are not subject to government control, are anonymous and can hardly be monitored. The most secure and private cryptocurrencies are: Monero (XMR), Dash DASH), ZCash (ZEC), Verge (XVG) and Bitcoin Private (BTCP).

Another important factor is the fee for the payments, which dealers are increasingly obliged to pass on to their customers. Payment service providers collect billions of US dollars every year for transferring money. It is no longer unusual to be charged an 8% fee for credit card payments or even an 11% fee for paysafecard payments. Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are an open global currency and payments cost just a few cents for everyone in the world, without restrictions!

Please inform yourself about cryptocurrencies and become familiar with the way they work. It looks quite complicated at first, but as soon as you get the hang of it, it is really very simple:

–    There are so-called “wallets” for cryptocurrencies.
–    A wallet has a unique address, which consists of a long series of letters and numbers.
–    Cryptocurrencies can be bought, sold or exchanged at will.
–    Payments can be made by scanning a QR code into a mobile phone, or by sending cryptocurrencies manually.
–    We receive payment confirmations within a few hours and the order can be processed immediately.

Payment service providers can be used to handle cryptocurrencies, or we can give customers a payment address to which the payment should be sent. It’s totally easy, fast, discreet and anonymous.

The market volume of cryptocurrencies currently stands at almost 100 billion US dollars. More information can be found at Wikipedia.org.

The first thing that you need to do is to choose a cryptocurrency and create a “wallet”. You can do that either online or offline. We recommend the following “wallets”:
–    Bitcoin.de (German, English, French, Spanish and Italian – only Bitcoin)
–    Blockchain.info (25 languages – only Bitcoin)
–    Coinbase.com (German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Indonesian, Dutch, Portuguese – Ethereum, Bitcoin and Litecoin)
–    Coinsbank.com (English – Bitcoin, Litecoin, USD, EUR, GBP and RUB)
–    Bitpay.com (English – only Bitcoin)

The best plan is to register with an online wallet provider and then activate 2-step authentication for increased security. As soon as you have done that, you can buy the desired amount of cryptocurrency for a small fee – just enough so you can quickly pay for your purchases (100 euros, for example). Please note that cryptocurrencies also have an exchange rate, which means that the value of cryptocurrencies can vary.

Pay with cryptocurrencies and be part of the future!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Support team.


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