Buy Bitcoin Gift Card

Give bitcoins as a present to family and friends

bit4coin gift cards are the perfect way to give Bitcoin

bit4coin's bitcoin gift card makes giving bitcoins as a present easy: The perfect choice to give Bitcoin for Christmas, Easter, Valentine's or as a birthday present. Gift card values are €25, €50 or €100 per card. The overall order limit is €500, so you can order any combination of gift cards if you stay below the limit.

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Our customers have told us that they specifically love the denomination in Euros: That way the recipient of the bitcoin gift card instantly knows the value, even if they may not be used to Bitcoin. And, even if they don't know anything about bitcoin yet — everybody knows how gift cards work!

How does ordering and redeeming work?

After we receive the payment, we send the gift cards by mail to the address specified in the order. Shipping typically takes 2-7 days to countries in Europe, while global shipping may take a bit longer.

The recipient can then redeem the gift card against bitcoin here. The current exchange rate at time of redemption is applied to convert the value from Euros into Bitcoin. If the recipient doesn't have a bitcoin wallet yet, we guide them how to open a wallet.

Business orders

Many business customers use our bitcoin gift card solution for employee rewards, gifts for their customers or clients, or incentive/loyalty programs. Please contact us directly here or send an email to if you want to place larger orders or order on behalf of a business.

5 payment methods offer maximum flexibility

To make buying bitcoin as easy as possible for you, we offer multiple payment options:

  • Sepa bank transfer. This is the standard bank transfer method in Europe. Sepa is available in the following 35 European countries: Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. If you have an account with any bank in any one of these countries, you are able to make sepa payments. Sepa transfers are only in possible in Euros, but if your local currency is not Euro, banks will automatically transfer the amount, e.g., from CHF (swiss francs), GBP (British Pounds), or any other European currency.
  • Shopueberweisung allows customers from Austria and Germany to pay fast and efficiently with their own online banking details, i.e., PIN (for online banking) and TAN (transaction number). Nearly all banks and TAN methods (SMS-TAN, Chip-TAN and iTAN) are supported.
  • TrustPay. TrustPay is a popular online payment method in Northern and Eastern Europe. You can buy bitcoin with TrustPay in the following 16 European countries, supporting 10 different currencies: Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, and Turkey. If you have online banking enabled with your bank, transfers will be instant, but you can still use it if not.
  • Online Bank Transfer by skrill. Online Bank Transfer offers a convenient way to pay for your bitcoin order directly using your online banking details in Spain, France, and Italy.
  • International bank transfer. If your bank is outside Europe, you can always initiate an international bank transfer (wire transfer) to us. As soon as we receive the full amount in the bank account, we will send your bitoin voucher to you.
To see which payment options are available in your location, just enter your country in the buy form above, and you will see the payment methods available for you. We are working on bringing more options to you in the future, e.g. credit cards like MasterCard or Visa, or Sofort Banking/SofortÜberweisung.

Contact us with your questions!

Do you have questions or need support? We're there to help and will respond within 24h. Just drop us a line here or send an email to Also, check out the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and our blog!