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How to Convert Gift Cards and Bitcoins (BTC) to Naira


How to Convert Gift Cards and Bitcoins (BTC) to Naira

How to Convert Gift Cards and Bitcoins (BTC) to Naira

This article contains a detailed guide on how to convert your Gift Cards or Bitcoins to naira and send directly to your local Nigerian Bank account.

I believe for you to be on this page, you must have an idea of what a and are, However, for some unforeseen reason let’s give it an Intro,

According to 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 businesses.

While Bitcoin is,a cryptocurrency, a form of electronic 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

Let’s cut the story short,

These two payment system has been in use for some time now and for my brothers in Nigeria, there have been times the need may arise to convert your Gift Card or which sometimes is very difficult.

Most people are even specialized in the converting process, so all you have to do is give them your Gift card or BTC and they’ll convert it for you and take their percentage.

And as the days go by, many scams have begun to emerge to rip people off their hard-earned fortune, which implies that it takes Grace to find an honest dealer or conversion website.

So, today we’ll see how to Convert our Gift Cards and Bitcoins to Naira and also forward it to our Nigeria bank account without stress and it’s 100% Legit.

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Amongst many legit conversion sites, in this post, we’ll be introducing you to Afrbtc. is a professional platform to trade Amazon/iTunes gift card and BTC with easy to navigate & easy to understand dashboard. is always honest and trustworthy.

You can trade anytime and anywhere with few steps on

Now, let’s started.

1. Navigate to
2. Signup and Input M095771 as invitation code if asked for one.

3. Sign In and Click on Gift Card above (Illustrating from PC)

4. Read the requirements attached to the Gift Card your working with (Itunes Card or ). and conversion rate also.

5. Upload your Card by dragging the file to the space provided.

6. Select the total amount you want to sell in the next box

7. Select Card type i.e Itunes Card or Amazon Card

8. Select Denomination Type in the text box.

9. Click on Submit button

10. You have to wait for verification which might take a few hours to complete.

11. Once confirmed add your bank details and Withdraw.

12. Same things apply to Bitcoin {You can also Trade Bitcoin on the Platform}.


Adding your bank details is easy, simply:
1. Click on the wallet Tab in the menu2. Click on “Bank Account” below cash withdrawal and then fill in your bank details in the given boxes.

3. To request a withdrawal, simply click on “Cash Withdrawal” and select the bank you just added with the amount you need.

4. Finally, insert your password to authenticate the transaction.
5. You’ll be credited to your bank within 24hours.

N.B: The minimum withdrawal amount is ₦2000


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That’s all for now, in case you still need further help do well to drop your comments below and we’ll attend to you as soon as possible.
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