Bitplaza: World’s First Bitcoin Friendly Shopping App

Last year another innovation has been made in the cryptocurrency community that should drive the growth of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

Bitplaza Inc., a U.S. based retail company incorporated in the state of Pennsylvania, launched the world’s first mobile app for shopping with Bitcoin. The Bitplaza app demonstrates to a regular shopper that Bitcoin is a global and spendable currency.

As the company supports international shipping, using their Bitplaza app anyone from around the world can spend Bitcoin on pretty much anything, be it the latest electronics or even groceries. You’ll find popular products from leading brands such as Apple, Samsung, Sony, Kellogg’s, Adidas, Nikon, Nintendo, Bose, HP, Dell, Starbucks, and many more.

 

What’s the big deal?

At Bitplaza’s launch, there were many cryptocurrency-supporting online stores on the web, of course, but none was running dedicated Android or iOS apps to allow purchasing products with crypto.

Using Bitplaza, you can pretty much find anything to buy with Bitcoin. The product range is staggering: entertainment systems, video games, toys, scooters, hoverboards, laptops, office accessories, portable Bluetooth speakers and headphones, even food and groceries. Is your pet hungry? Bitplaza got your cat and dog covered too, the team promises.

 

Bitplaza takes safety of customer data seriously and process purchases securely without having to share payment information with anyone.

The team is constantly listening to customer feedback and improving. They regularly add new products for shoppers from around the world to browse and buy with Bitcoin.

So, if you’ve been looking for a convenient way to spend your coins, be sure to give Bitplaza a try.

Find Bitplaza on Google Play and on iTunes.

Bitplaza – Shopping with Bitcoin made easy.

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