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How To Convert Bitcoin And Gift Cards To Naira
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Afrbtc - convert your Bitcoins and Gift cards to Naira

Today on our special techy techy on AdaptsTech, we want to show you how to convert Gift Cards and Bitcoins to Nigerian naira on afrbtc, and secondly how to deposit the money directly into your Nigerian bank accounts.

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• How to convert Bitcoin and Gift Card to Nigerian Naira

• How to sign up on

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Every online trader and tech enthusiast is generally believed to know what both Bitcoins and Gift Cards are used for, and how Gift Cards in particular can be used for payment purposes. But for the sake of clarification, here are explanations from Wikipedia on both items.


Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, a form of electionic cash. It is a decentralized digital currency without a central bank or single administrator that can be sent from user to user on the peer-to-peer Bitcoin network without the need for intermediaries. - Wikipedia.

Gift Card:

From the information we gathered from the International World Base Encyclopedia, Wikipedia; A gift card (also known as gift certificate in North America, or gift voucher or gift token in the UK) is a prepaid stored-value money card usually issued by a retailer or bank to be used as an alternative to cash for purchases within a particular store or related business.

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Both Bitcoins and Gift Cards have been in use for years now and they are gradually becoming globally accepted, even though here in Nigeria and most parts of Africa, we are yet to fully start making of them in our banks and business places as reliable means of purchase and business transactions.

Nigerians love technology alot and a good number of us are into online businesses, we do get paid online through Gift Cards and Bitcoins. So, sometimes we may want to covert our Gifts Cards or Bitcoins to Nigeria naira, and most times to find a legit platform where we can do this conversion becomes a problem.

Some individuals have over the years be helpful and friendly by buying and receiving either the Bitcoins or Gift Cards on trust, then send cash to the sender or owner of the items. Unfortunately, as time went on, people became greedy, and started steeling in disguise. They started doping and scamming people, by collecting and receiving Gift Cards and Bitcoins from people without sending them any money.

As a result we (AdaptsTech) are on Rescue Mission, we are here to show a 101% legit platform where you can sell your Gift Cards and Bitcoins with ease, get your money directly into your bank and smile to the bank.


There are possibly many legit conversion websites out there. But we have one tested and trusted platform, which is

This platform ( is 101% reliable and trustworthy. It is an easy to use platform where you can trade Amazon/iTunes Gift cards and Bitcoin. Functions and the menu on the website are easy to understand and use. The good thing is that you can trade from anywhere and at anytime you want.


• Go to

• Singnup immediately, and Input M300146 as your invitation code.

• After signing in, click on your Gift Card.

• Check well and read the stipulated requirements placed on the Gift Card you want to sell on the website and check if you are okay with the conversion rate.

• Then upload your Card to the space provided.

• Next step, select the actual amount you want to sell in the box.

• Select the kind of card you want to sell. For instance, iTunes Card or Amazon Card.

• Select you denomination type.

• Finally, push the submit button.

• In oder to get your money directly into your bank account, you will have to wait for verification which will definitely take few hours, then you will manually submit your bank account.

• The same process above is 100% applicable to Bitcoin.


• Go to the menu, then click on wallet

• Next, you click on the “Bank Account” below cash withdrawal tab and carefully fill in your bank account number in the given spaces.

• To ask for withdrawal, simply click on “Cash Withdrawal” and select your bank( the one you added while filling in you Bank Details).

• Lastly, input your password to validate the transaction.

• You will receive credit alert from your bank in less than 24hours.

NB: the minimum withdrawal amount on is just N2,000 naira

CAUTION: is a clone website of Please and please do not sign up with to avoid losing your Bitcoins and Gift Cards.

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