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❓ASK How To Buy Bitcoins Using A Credit Card?

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If you want to buy Bitcoins using your credit card, things have just gotten a whole lot easier. Credit card companies are now migrating the chargebacks through an anti-fraud company. This makes it much easier for you to now purchase Bitcoins. Here is a list of exchanges you can use to purchase Bitcoins with your credit card:

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Coinmana:
The Coinmana exchange is limited to people living in the United States. This exchange makes it easy for you to use your credit card to make your purchase. However, they do charge a high-premium fee on each transaction. Coinmana doesn’t have a maximum amount or a cap on your purchase. Once the credit card transaction goes through, the coins are delivered to you.

CEX.IO:
This is a veteran exchange that poses a very high buying limit. This exchange can be used if you live in the United States, Europe and a few countries in South America. The exchange has been in business since 2013 and more than 2 million people use this exchange today.

Bitpanda:
The exchange has multiple payment options that you can use to purchase Bitcoins. Furthermore, this exchange has relatively low fees compared to the other exchanges. This is an Austrian exchange that only services Europe. Here you can purchase Bitcoins using a credit card, Skrill, SEPA, wire transfers, Neteller and a few other forms of currency to buy your Bitcoins with. There is a 2.500 euro limit on credit card purchases each day. You can only purchase 75.00 euro a month using your credit card.

LocalBitcoins:
The exchange has a large amount of seller that will impose a high transaction fee if you use your credit card. In a large peer-to-peer marketplace such as LocalBitcoins it is necessary for the buyer to pay close attention to the seller otherwise you’ll be scammed. This also holds true for the seller. They are afraid to do business with a new person in fear of being scammed.

Coinhouse:
The exchange has a good reputation and they are a reliable company. However, they do impose a cap on your buying limits. This exchange has limited countries who can use it and they also have higher exchange rates. The exchange house is in Paris and only European countries can go there.

Bitstamp:
The exchange accepts customers worldwide, they have a great reputation, and they accept multiple payment options. This exchange was established in 2011 and it is one of the oldest and most reliable exchanges out there. The exchange is only open to the United State or US citizen and most European citizens.

IndaCoin:
This exchange is opened worldwide and allows anyone to purchase Bitcoins using their credit card. You must purchase at least $5 in Bitcoins and the first month you have a $500 cap on your purchases. If all goes well in 40-days they will raise your monthly limit to $3000.

CoinCorner:
The exchange has a mobile app and is simple to use for beginners. This exchange charges a high administration fee on your deposits and is not available worldwide.

VirWox:
The exchange is opened worldwide and they have very poor support. It can take up to 48 hours for your transaction to go through. Furthermore, they charge a very high fee for each transaction. This exchange was established in 2014 for the sole purpose of trading in Second Life Lindens (SLL).
 
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wow there's a lot of ways, laziness will just stop you from acquiring bitcoins online, didn't know there's that many methods. keep it up and thanks for a thread like this. now people here will be able to stay away from scam for good
 

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I have dealt with Paxful, Binance, CEX.io. I haven't had any problems at all. Good luck this bull season.
 

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I have heard that if you buy bitcoins through a card, there is a very large percentage. and even more, if you withdraw to the card from the bookmakers, the percentage is simply huge!
 

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Personally, Coinbase is my favorite place to go to buy bitcoin with debit card or credit card.
I cant buy in Coinbase, although Visa Cards are international, but it seems our country is restricted and they are working on it I don't know when. looking for other alternative with purchasing with Visa Card with lower fees than in Binance. Im from Philippines BTW.
 

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A lots of wallets are using visa mastercard to buy bitcoins, this without this feature no wallet company can survive long , make sure that your visa or master card is eligible by bank authorities.
 

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Dude, it is very easy. You just have to connect your credit card to your website where you want to buy a bitcoin. Of course, you should have enough finances on your balance)) I've read once a post from https://www.juststartinvesting.com/mercury-credit-card/ where they recommended me the mercury card. And for me was very important to have the possibility to buy bitcoin with that card. Finally, all was ok and I've bought for no problem 1.3 btc. Every time when I want to buy something or to subscribe on a service I'm reading reviews for being sure.
 

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It is an easy process buy btc using credit card. It si also a safe exchange all over the world. I think coinbase is the safe platform buy btc with credit card. Follow some step someone can buy btc using credit card.
 

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There are exchanges where you can buy cryptocurrencies using plastic cards. I do not know all of them, many different, used StormGain.
 

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I never buy bitcoin at exchanges with all smart contracts and other problems. I know about cex.io which is around since 2013 where you can buy bitcoin with credit and debit cards. You can then transfer it to exchanges
 

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My personally favourite is coinbase to buy bitcoin. Let's add coinbase to the list. You can buy bitcoin on coinbase through credit card. Coinbase has fair prices generally.
 
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