To receive bitcoin, you'll need a wallet. One of the more user-friendly options is Coinbase. After you sign up, click "wallet address" to find your address. When you accept an offer, enter your bitcoin wallet address to get paid!
Unfortunately, we can only accept cards smaller than $200 using the site. If you’d like to sell a larger card, get in touch via email and we can talk.
We currently only accept cards worth $5 or more. You may be able to combine your cards through the retailer if you have smaller cards.
We can’t accept registered cards at this time. If you unregister the card, we might be able to process it.
We accept Starbucks, Target, and Walmart gift cards. We accept other brands from bulk sellers- email us for more information.
Currently, we serve the US & Canada, and Canadian cards must originate from the US. Native Canadian card acceptance will be next. For updates on other country's cards, follow us on Twitter for updates.
We require user accounts because it's the best way for us to help keep track of all the cards you've redeemed and get back to you if there are any issues with your orders.
We require social media accounts because it allows us to verify users and calculate a reputation score that determines how much you can trade.
We use multiple information sources to calculate the reputation that determines how much you can trade. We look at social media history, your trading history on Card for Coin, and optional ID verification.
We have seller limits on customer accounts and you might be at your limit. If you would like to increase your limit, please contact support via email.
Our base selling limits are $100 in Starbucks gift card value and $200 in other gift card value per day.
Our rates vary with the market, but right now they are around 60% of the value of Starbucks cards and 75% the value of Target and Walmart cards.