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Today the production of bitcoins is very popular - but this is a business for a small number of people. But practically everyone can buy a cryptographic currency.
Do you have a credit or debit card, and you wish to buy or sell Bitcoin (BTC), or other digital currency? There is nothing simpler if you use our services!
How to buy Bitcoin with Visa or MasterCard?
2. Pass profile verification – this step is obligatory;
3. You should have a valid and trusted wallet;
4. Start to buy, sell or exchange;
5. You will be able to see all your operations in ‘Transaction history’.
We charge a fee for each transaction, bank commission is 3.9%, company fee is 0.5%. One transaction allows to buy the amount of bitcoins equivalent to 50USD or 50EURO. You can also check on side a daily and monthly limit. The site accepts Mastercard/Maestro/Visa card for this operation.
Please also check a list of countries from where you cannot make any transactions – you will find the full list in FAQs.
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