Top 10 Places to Spend Zcash

Top 10 Places to Spend Zcash

Heres tonight’s top ten list, from the home office in Wahoo, Nebraska. The category: Top 10 places to spend Zcash. Here we go.

10. HODL Fuel

HODL Fuel – Get yourself some fresh roasted coffee beans. Also comes grounded in bags or even in K-cups. My K-cups were labeled with the ₿ logo so a stealthy way to promote cryptocurrency in the office or to friends.

9. Zcon

Zcon – The annual privacy conference organized by the Zcash Foundation. Great talks and workshops about Zcash and other privacy technologies.

8. Private Internet Access

Private Internet Access – One of the first places to accept Zcash. Use Private Internet Access (PIA) encrypted VPN tunnels to hide your IP address and create several layers of privacy and security. PIA keeps no traffic logs and has proven reliability over time.

7. Bidali

Bidali Giftcards – Digital giftcards open up a world of options for Zcashers. Get McDonalds delivered with Uber Eats. Top up an Apple iTunes balance to buy movies and music. Or make all your worries go away with a stack of Domino’s pizzas delivered to your doorstep.

6. Selo Olive Oil

Selo Olive Oil – Ultra premium olive oil from the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. Hand picked from a family farm and cold pressed in small batches.

5. GoDark Bags

GoDark Bags – These Faraday bags let you go dark with your cellphone or tablet by blocking all cell, WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS signals.

4. Njal.la

Njal.la – The founder of Pirate Bay built a domain registration service which shields your personal information, and you can pay z2z with shielded Zcash.

3. Porcfest

Porcfest – The Porcupine Freedom Festival in New Hampshire is the annual celebration of liberty organized by the Free State Project. Not only can you buy registration tickets with Zcash, but there are always multiple vendors there who accept it for various things like food, soap, art, and gifts.

2. ZECpages Memo Board

ZECpages Memo Board – Post messages anonymously by using the Zcash memo field. Each shielded memo costs just 0.001 ZEC, or 0.1 ZEC if you want it highlighted.

1. OpenBazaar

OpenBazaar – OpenBazaar (and the companion Haven Mobile App) is a peer to peer online marketplace. No middlemen, no fees, no banks, no government money. Think of it like an online farmers market. Start your shopping at the Boston Zcash Users Store.

Bonus. Gemini Pay

Gemini Pay – If you use the Gemini mobile app, you can spend Zcash at any Flexa enabled store, such as Dunkin Donuts, GameStop, Lowe’s, Office Depot, etc. Just open the barcode and ask the cashier to scan. It’s scary easy to use.

To see the hundreds of other merchants and non-profits that accept Zcash, head over to PayWithZ.cash. Enjoy!

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