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How To Sell Gift Cards For BITCOIN or USDT On Prestmit

Yes, you can now be paid in Bitcoins or USDT when you sell gift cards on Prestmit. This means, you now have 4 payment options: Naira, Cedis, Bitcoin, or USDT.

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On the gift card trade page, you can now select your preferred payment method:

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If you select either BITCOIN or USDT, you will be asked to enter the payout address.

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The PAYOUT ADDRESS is where your payment will be sent once the trade is completed. For USDT, any address network is accepted.

You will also see the total payout according to the current rate, this is the amount that will be sent to your address (in $) after the trade is completed.

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Once the trade is completed, check your transaction history for the transaction link of the payment.

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A notification will also be sent to your email containing the transaction link.

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If you select NAIRA: Once the trade is completed, the payment will be added to your prestmit naira wallet, which you can withdraw at any time. However, if you select naira and you tick the box that says “SEND DIRECTLY TO MY BANK ACCOUNT”:

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You will be required to select a bank account (you must have added a bank account on the naira wallet page), in this case, the payment will be sent directly to the bank account immediately trade is completed.

Easy right? 

We have implemented this feature as it is one of the major requirements of some of our users. Now, anyone can trade gift cards on Prestmit from any part of the world without the naira restriction.


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