All4btc is a payment platform that lets you pay for anything with bitcoin. Read our All4btc review to find out how it works.
What Is All4BTC?
All4btc is a service that lets you pay for anything – like bills – using bitcoin. The service is found online at All4btc.com.
The platform is surprisingly easy to use: you paste a link of what you want to buy, then enter it into the website. You enter your shipping details, then checkout with bitcoin and track your order.
All4btc has partnered with some of today’s top online retailers, including Amazon, Alibaba and eBay.
All4btc has also introduced a separate service called Bitwala, which is an online bill payment service. With Bitwala, you can pay your bills in bitcoin.
All4btc is run by a company called Bitcoins Berlin, which is also Germany’s exclusive BitPay partner. The company launched All4btc in 2013, and it’s built up a reputation as one of the best ways to convert your bitcoins into real-world goods and services.
Note: At the time of writing (July 2017), All4btc’s website was experiencing huge technical difficulties. Most pages are returning an “error” code, and the service does not seem to be functioning properly. There has been limited communication from the development team regarding these problems. Avoid ordering through All4btc until these issues are revolved.
A number of users online are also complaining that they paid for orders, but there’s no record that their orders have been processed or their items have been shipped. Customer service is not responding. Stay tuned for more information.
How To Use All4BTC
Step 1) Visit All4btc.com and paste a product link into the entry field
Step 2) Enter shipping details
Step 3) Checkout with bitcoin
Step 4) Track your order
You can spend bitcoin at Alibaba, eBay, and thousands of other retailers. The All4btc website proudly announces that “one of our customers even bought a house with bitcoin!”
You can buy everything from flights to apartments to dog kennels. The only real “restriction” is that you cannot order subscriptions or buy from darknet sites. Other than that, All4btc will accept orders from thousands of retailers online.
Customers in the EU are charged a fee of 2.74% (including VAT) on their orders, while customers in the US are charged a fee of 5%.
Basically, with All4btc, you’re paying someone a small fee to purchase an item on your behalf. You send that person bitcoins, and they purchase items from an online store and ship it to your address. Your bitcoin payment needs to cover all duty, taxes, shipping fees, and other costs associated with your item.
Overall, the system is easy to use and convenient. You’re paying a convenience fee to access retailers where bitcoins are not traditionally accepted. You can use All4btc to buy flights, apartments, electronics, and pretty much anything else that’s sold online.
If you want to make things even easier, you can install the All4btc Chrome extension. After installing that extension, you’ll see “Pay with Bitcoin” links appear on affiliated retailers. You can click that link at any time to be redirected to the All4btc website.
All4btc is a project run by Bitcoins Berlin, which is Germany’s exclusive BitPay partner. Bitcoins Berlin emerged from Berlin’s Bitcoin Startup incubator.
You can contact the company by email at [email protected]
All4btc is a popular online service that allows bitcoin users to transfer their bitcoin into real-world products and services. You post a link to one of thousands of product websites (like Amazon, Alibaba, Nike, or eBay), and All4btc will purchase that item on your behalf and ship it to your address in exchange for bitcoins. They charge a fee of between 2.74% and 5% on all orders.
All4btc accepts thousands of retailers, and you can even pay your bills with the website thanks to its partner service Bitwala.
At the time of writing (July 2017), All4btc was experienced some major downtime, with most pages on the website returning a 404 error. Users are complaining about lost orders and missing payments, while customer service isn’t responding to emails. All4btc has been successfully operating since 2013, so it seems likely that these issues will be cleared up in the near future.