Apple’s iTunes is the market place for software, entertainment, and media. It has become so popular among iPhone and Mac users that it is now being used as a store of value worldwide. With an iTunes gift card, users can buy books, apps, movies, music and more.
For those who are not familiar with an iTunes Gift card or have not had the opportunity of using one before, you might have a few questions on how it can be used or what it’s for. Let us quickly take answer some of these questions.
What is an iTunes Gift Card?
A gift card from iTunes is a pre-purchased credit that is used for Apple’s iTunes store. It is the de facto platform or marketplace to buy everything concerning software and media on Apple devices. There you can buy movies, apps, games, music books and lots more. Do not mistake this store as the Apple store as they are not the same thing. On the Apple store, you can buy physical goods like a MacBook or an iPhone.
An iTunes gift card is the perfect substitute for a credit card. You don’t have to worry about your credit card data when purchasing things that pertain to your phone.
Because of the several things you can buy with an iTunes gift card, there are several people worldwide you constantly use, trade or gift it. The only problem is that some persons may want to convert it to Bitcoin or other Altcoins. Some would rather want the cash equivalent instead.
The problem now is that you cannot convert this iTunes gift card to cash at an Apple store or someplace else for that matter. Due to the increasing demand of people wanting to convert this card, several people have had to sell their cards on unregulated and unsafe platforms especially on Whatsapp, Facebook or other social media channels. They usually end up selling it at lower rates than what the card is worth. Sometimes people get scammed as the seller disappears into thin air after redeeming the gift card.
This is one problem most Nigerians face on a daily basis. Thanks to the launch of Coincola in Nigeria, this kind of problem is now a thing of the past. Coincola is a cryptocurrency exchange that has its headquarters in Hong Kong, China. For years, they have proven to be efficient and have become one of the best cryptocurrency exchange platforms in their region.
Over time, they decided to extend their services to other parts of the world, and now they’ve launched operations in Nigeria. Seeing there is a massive need that needs to be filled, Coincola perfectly understands the terrain of the Nigerian market and has perfectly filled the gap.
To buy and sell iTunes card has never been easy before prior to the launch of Coincola. Thanks to Coincola, this dream has finally become a reality. Coincola provides an enabling environment to safely buy and sell iTunes cards with your fellow peers in Nigeria.
To buy Bitcoin in Nigeria with an iTunes gift card, all you have to do is go to Coincola and create an account, or you can download the app if you’re using a mobile phone. The app is available on both APP store for iPhone users and Play store for Android users.
Next, you navigate to the Gift card trade market and select the type of card you wish to exchange. After that, choose the currency you want to exchange the card with. Once this is done, there are several Gift card vendors on the platform who would like to trade with you.
They all come with a trust score that shows how trustworthy it is to trade with them. Not to worry, Coincola has escrow services that protect both the buyer and seller, so there’s no room for fraudulent activities. In addition, Coincola has world-class security to protect all your data and assets.
If at any point in time you wish to contact a customer care representative, they are available 24/7 and would respond to your request as soon as possible. One of Coincola’s mantra is 100% customer satisfaction.
You also do not need to worry about high transaction fees, as Coincola’s fees rank as one of the least in the industry. This is one of the reason a lot of people choose to trade with Coincola.
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