Fund Your Redeeem Account With CoinPayments

This short tutorial will explain how to fund your Redeeem account using Bitcoin and other crypto with CoinPayments.

Fund Your Redeeem Account With CoinPayments

At Redeeem we use CoinPayments payment gateway to convert Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies into store Credits for 0% fee. No KYC is required to buy your first card. This short tutorial will explain how to fund your Redeeem account using crypto and CoinPayments so you can buy Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, eBay and many other gift cards in multiple currencies at 20% discount or more.

Step 1: Buy Crypto

Step 1: Buy crypto on any exchange.

You can buy crypto with credit/debit card, bank transfer, wire, ACH, cash in person, MoneyGram and many other payment options at local Bitcoin ATMs or national or international Exchanges then convert to Credits seamlessly through our native CoinPayments integration.

Step 2: Create an Invoice

Step 2: Create an invoice on the Credits page.

Go to the Credits page on Redeeem website and enter the amount of credits you want to buy. You can enter any amount between $25 and $5,000. Please note, Credits are non-refundable and non-transferable and we do not accept credit or debit cards. We only accept cryptocurrencies.

Step 3: Choose Your Coin

Step 3: Choose from over 25 different cryptocurrencies.

At the time of writing this article, we accept over 25 different cryptocurrencies. We add currencies periodically upon request, but most of the major currencies and tokens are accepted. Make sure to note the difference between Bitcoin (BTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) when choosing your currency on the CoinPayments checkout page. You can send money to CoinPayments from mostly any crypto wallet.

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Step 4: Pay the Invoice

Step 4: Pay the invoice with added mining fees.

Lastly, you have to pay the entire invoice amount — plus mining fees. Do not simply copy and paste the amount from CoinPayments as the amount to send from your wallet. Make sure the amount you are sending includes enough mining fees so your transfer is successful in a reasonable amount of time. If you do not send enough coin the first time, you will be asked automatically by CoinPayments to send additional funds. If you are shy of only a few cents on an invoice, ask one of our support reps to review and release the payment. If you accidentally overpaid an invoice, fill out a support ticket.


We have over 1600 positive reviews from customers on CoinPayments and many more excellent reviews on TrustPilot, so you can rest assured that you will always be treated with fairness and respect on Redeeem. For more tips and tutorials, check out our Blog and Help Center.