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If you came to this page because there are just too many places to buy bitcoin – then you are at the right place. The overwhelming number of bitcoin exchanges makes it hard to narrow down to only the best options out there. From there being only six major trading sites in 2014 to more than two hundred in 2017 – it’s no surprise that new bitcoiners get lost when researching where to get their first bitcoins.
Kraken works well through SEPA, has an easy verification process (expect 4-6 weeks vetting with current backlog) compared to Bitstamp, and is very knowledgeable when it come to cryptography and security. As of early 2017, this platform has been re-positioning themselves as a crypto exchange by adding multiple new altcoins. I’ve written an in-depth Kraken review with everything you need to know..
The white paper is by far the most important determinant of a project’s seriousness. It should be comprehensive, thorough, and explain the technology and purpose of the coin well. Other assets can include videos, blog posts and other contributions from the team.
Is it the same in case I just hold my BTC in a paper wallet? Of course, yes. Just like the BitcoinCash chain split, if you hold the bitcoin in a wallet over which you control the private keys), then you have full (and immediate) access to token on both chains. As we saw with Coinbase, customers still have not yet been credited their owed BitcoinCash chainsplit tokens. Who knows who fast customers will get their Segwit2x tokens this time. Let’s see… Coinbase is a custodial wallet. This means it’s not your bitcoin as long as you store it with… Read more »
Litecoin followed in 2011. Created by Charles Lee, an engineer who later helped build Coinbase, the leading cryptocurrency exchange, Litecoin is based on the same code as bitcoin but with a few tweaks designed to address two of its predecessor’s limitations: transaction speed and access to the mining process.  
Another popular option for US citizens is CryptoGo, the exchange is operational worldwide and caters for high rolling clients to beginners just looking to buy bitcoin for the first time. If you want more information, they have one of the best customer services of any exchanges, which can guide you through their process easily. They also appear to be able to handle to large influx in clients suggesting their framework is sturdy!
Coinbase is 100% up there in my top sites to buy bitcoin. Why do I say this? Well first because they have the best UI for beginners. Second they are insured by Llyods bank. Third they have millions of users already. And finally because while their rates are not the best, they still offer relatively good commissions for buying using a card or bank transfer. It’s also a good place to get Ethereum without having to sign up to a new exchange you can use your existing account 🙂
But first, a disclaimer: Bitcoin, Ethereum, and so many of the other cryptocurrencies out there can be a way to pay for stuff online, sure. And they can also be (if they aren’t already more popular as) investments. And investments, you might know, can go up and down. You can gain money on them, or lose it. And those values can fluctuate wildly, as you might’ve also seen lately. 
When I tried to close the account, that penny proved to be an issue. As much as I tried to send the lone cent with addresses I found around the internet, Coinbase didn’t let me. Here’s to hoping bitcoin skyrockets and my investment quadruples in value.
Summary: Coinmama is a another veteran Bitcoin broker working in the market since 2013. They offer easy ways to buy Bitcoins with credit cards or cash deposits via MoneyGram and Western Union. Coinmama uses Simplex – a credit processor which allows you to buy up to $5000 in one purchase. Coinmama also has relatively high exchange rates due to chargeback issues and the availability of credit and debit cards as payment methods.
Although HitBTC gained considerable traction over the past year since it’s launch, much like iGot it still hasn’t managed to reach the “big leagues” of Bitcoin exchange (i.e. Coinbase, Circle, Bitstamp etc.)
For a fee, you can send them a coin and receive another back. Of course, it is effectively making trades for you so you don’t need to understand charts and market trading. The slick interface coupled with a 0.5% fee on all transactions does make it an appealing prospect. However if you trade fiat currencies seems like that exchange rate is a lot higher. So it is advised only to trade altcoins on Changelly.
Then, you put in a buy order. You choose how much money you want to spend, and which cryptocurrency you want to buy. After a wait, which usually doesn’t take too long, you’ll see some BTC/ETH in your account. 
Finally, if you want low fees but still want to go the traditional exchange route, I’d recommend either Gemini, a New York-based site which offers some of the lowest fees around (but doesn’t operate in all states so check first to see if your state is catered for), or Kraken, which also charges low fees but can be a bit tricky for new users and the customer service isn’t all that great.
Hi Mike, these reviews of the nicest places for buying bitcoin have helped me enormously. I’ve even understood the difference with depositing by credit card vs bank transfer (less fees with the latter on most exchanges).
I recommend an excellent Crypto Binance exchange! Fast works, huge choice of currencies, more than 3 million users, very convenient mobile application! Hurry up to register and get BONUS – commission for the exchange of 0.025%. LESS THAN JUST DOES NOT!
Purchasing with a debit/credit card is one of the easiesy ways to buy bitcoins. Also one of the fastest! Since most people understand how to shop online using credit and debit cards, it may be easier for less technical buyers to use credit cards to purchase bitcoins.
First thing to consider when looking for the top bitcoin exchange is how safe are the website and server. This boils down to asking: is it a trustworthy exchange providing transparent data of coins in cold storage (more on this later) and are customers happy? It’s also good to lookout for which currency pairs are available: are you looking to trade bitcoin for USD, Euros, or other fiat currencies. The location usually gives an idea of what’s on offer. However, the largest bitcoin sites usually have many options for buying bitcoin with government issued currency and altcoins.
A friend has recommended the Canadian exchange “Quadrigacx.com” for the sale of the main cryptos (including Bitcoin Gold). Surprisingly. they require NO verification for the cashing out of cryptos. Their interface is clear and simple.
Unfortunately, if you’re in the US, Canada, Australia or most other parts of the world, you’ll be charged a bit more to withdraw funds. This is annoying because you’re effectively paying commission twice: once when you buy and once when you withdraw.
Hi there, I assume from your mentions of Walmart and Chase that you’re an American citizen. I have no idea why your payment method of choice, i.e., credit / debit cards, is failing. If you’re set on using this method (it is more expensive than most other methods but usually more convenient, although this certainly doesn’t seem to be the case for you), then I’d suggest you try try CoinMama.com. The quickest and easiest method will likely prove to be a cash purchase. For full details, check out my guide on buying Bitcoin with cash (briefly stated, your options are… Read more »

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