GiftChill Gift Card Platform Adds Solana (SOL) to Its

ROUGEMONT, Switzerland, December 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – GiftChill ( is delighted to announce the addition of the Solana (SOL) token as a way to pay for gift cards through the platform. Sales of gift cards on the GiftChill platform have increased significantly since the addition of the new coins.

With the addition of SOL and all of our previous cryptocurrency options, GiftChill has become a leader in real-world digital cryptocurrency use cases. GiftChill’s innovative platform allows anyone to convert digital currencies into globally accepted gift cards. Today on the GiftChill site, you can use Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Ethereum, Doge, Shiba, Cardano, Chromia, Solana, XRP, and BUSD, USDC and USDT stablecoins to purchase physical and online gift cards. line. stores around the world.

Learn more about GiftChill: The site, which offers over a hundred different gift cards, was created to be the one stop shop for online gift card purchases. By focusing on the purchasing power of cryptocurrency, GiftChill can offer its users best-priced gift cards by eliminating processing fees from credit card companies.

Learn more about Solana: Solana, a decentralized IT support, uses the SOL token for transactions on its platform. The project is unique in that it aims to solve many blockchain scalability issues through its combined use of Proof of Stake and proof of history consensus algorithms. According to exchange service Coinbase, “Solana claims to be able to support 50,000 transactions per second without sacrificing decentralization.”

If you would like more information on adding GiftChill to Solana, its gift cards, cryptocurrency options, or any other questions, please feel free to contact the GiftChill team at [email protected]

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Solana Coin can be used to purchase gift cards on GiftChill

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Michael N. Clark