Canadian consumers can now purchase practically anything with Bitcoin instantly and at near-zero transaction fees after gift card merchant Coincards.ca rolled out support for the Lightning Network (LN). Pay For Virtually Anything With Lightning A blog post on its website confirmed on social media April 9 sees Coincards, which has allowed users to buy gift cards for major Canadian retailers with Bitcoin since 2013, permit LN payments for purchases up to $25. The move makes
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