Bitcoin is a type of digital currency that may very well be the legal tender of the future. Because Bitcoin is still relatively new, you may wonder about what you can buy with the virtual money and where you can spend it. Well, as it turns out, the sky's the limit when it comes to Bitcoin's purchasing power. From the mundane to the outrageous, there's no shortage of options for draining the contents of your digital wallet.
It is remarkably easy to pay with Bitcoin; even celebs use the cryptocurrency. There is no bank involvement, and Bitcoin transfers directly to whomever needs to receive payment. Most transactions don't even require sale fees.
If you have some extra digital money burning a hole in your pocket, get ready to spend.
Jackpocket is a mobile app that lets consumers buy tickets for various state lotteries. It's possible to purchase tickets through the app using Bitcoin, and the whole process takes just a few taps of the finger. You can spend your Bitcoin on lottery tickets, then buy more Bitcoin with your winnings.
All types of gift cards can be purchased with Bitcoin. Some retailers will accept Bitcoin payment directly. However, if your favorite store isn't cryptocurrency-friendly, you can always check out the dozens of online gift card sellers that do take Bitcoin. Retailer eGifter has more than 250 different gift cards that can be purchased with the new form of money.
Want some pizza, but you're low on physical cash? Never fear; PizzaForCoins has your back. With just a couple of mouse clicks, customers can buy an Italian pie with Bitcoin (or 49 other cryptocurrencies), and have it delivered in no time.
Dell was one of the first computer companies to open their doors to Bitcoin customers in 2014. Unfortunately, low demand caused the tech giant to end its Bitcoin program a few years later. Not to be deterred, several other online computer retailers started accepting Bitcoin, with NewEgg being the most prominent.