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Score 92 / 100
Security 10
Customer Support 10
User Friendly 9
Regional Availability 10
Reputation 10
Fees 8

Coinbase user experience is definitely one of the best in the business and it is easy for beginners to buy their first Bitcoins at one of the best prices on the market and learn how to trade with them.

 

Pros and Cons

  • CheckAcceptes Credit Cards and PayPal
  • CheckBeginner Friendly
  • CheckGood Customer Service
  • CheckSafe
  • CrossVerification Required
  • CrossSlow during high traffic

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Payment Methods

Payment Method Name Deposit Fees Exchange Rates Max Purchase
Without Verification
Max Purchase
With Verification
CheckCredit Card1,49%Good50 000$Check
CheckPaypal4%50 000$Check
CheckCashCross
CheckNetellerCross
CheckBankwire0%Good50 000$Check
CheckSkrillCross
CheckCryptos0%GoodUnlimitedUnlimitedCheck

Coinbase Review

Coinbase is the one of few Bitcoin Exchanges to have been funded by a lot of major investors from the US. This means that Coinbase is your safest bet when choosing an online Bitcoin exchange. They have a full insurance on their funds which means you as a customer can trade safely.

At Coinbase you can buy Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies with your Credit Card and PayPal. They show their prices in your local currency and accept currencies of all supported countries. Coinbase supports a wide array of withdrawal options as well.

In addition to offering Bitcoin, you can also buy Ethereum and Litecoin on Coinbase.

Coinbase has similar fees to their competitors on Credit Card deposits, but does generally not charge a fee on cryptocurrency transfers which makes Coinbase a good choice for you if you intend to trade in Bitcoin at a low price.

Coinbase also offers online Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum wallets. The best part about this exchange is that it is fully insured, which means you can rest assure that your funds are safe. Using your wallet on Coinbase to buy things for with your Bitcoins is easy and you can learn more about how to use it in our Learn-section.

We discourage people from using margin trading on Coinbase as it has a history to be very slow during high traffic!

Review Score: 92

Company Information

Company: Coinbase

Coinbase is one of the world’s biggest Bitcoin exchanges and wallets. They have served over 6 Million customers to date and support customers from 33 countries. Coinbase is based out of San Francisco, California and was founded in 2012. This Bitcoin exchange accepts Credit Cards and Wire Transfers from most of their supported countries.

Traded Currencies

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