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I'm new to bit coin and looking to sell/exchange my bitcoin. What's the best place to do so in Canada?
I recently won some bets from a not so great betting website and the best way to withdraw was Bitcoin... So I'm trying to exchange it for money. I'm in Canada, are there any good sites to sell or exchange Bitcoin? I keep seeing coinbase and a few others but wanted to get some personal opinions first.
Best exchange to Dollar Cost average (DCA) Bitcoin in Canada?
Ive been looking around and can't find any expect Coinbase which they wont accept my credit card. and im using shakepay for paying but i need a way to DCA bitcoin every week automatically. Cheers Guys.
UK resident staying in Canada, trying to buy Bitcoin using fiat currency. Best exchange which doesn't have paused trading at the moment?
I am a UK resident staying in Canada and so I am trying to use exchanges which accept Canada to verify my Canadian phone number as my UK number is cancelled. It seems the exchanges have paused trading because of high volume at the moment. Does anyone know of Canadian friendly exchanges which arn't paused right now and accept fiat currency? My Credit and Debit cards are UK based.
[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] What is the best exchange to buy bitcoin and other crypto currency in Canada?
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I know that this question has been raised several times, however I cannot find a recent post within the last few months so figured I'd ask it again since things may have changed. I've made an account on QuadrigaCX but their verification process is backlogged right now so already been waiting about a week... Also, made an account on coinsqaure as well but the 3.5% fee to use interac online is a bit high. Are there any other ways to buy bitcoin in Canada that anyone recommends? I'm new to the crypto currency game and any help is appreciated... Cheers. eE
Just wondering what the community recommends. I know of Cavirtex but I read that it takes up to a month to set up an account and their customer service is poor. There's also Vault of Satoshi but it's closing down Feb 5th. I live near a bitcoin ATM but their price is quite high compared to the market rate. Where do you guys buy bitcoin?
Updated list of Global Beermoney opportunities (+180!) - June 2020
Updated list of Global Beermoney opportunities (+180!) - June 2020
The current, and now previous, Beermoney Global list started nearly 5 years ago. It’s been updated and has grown over all that time, but it also became a hassle to keep current. It was time to build a new list from scratch based on my experience in the Beermoney world over all these years and all the contributions all of you have been making in this sub. The lists consist of opportunities that are available in at least one country that is not the US. This means there are sites which only work in Canada or the UK. There’s sites which are open to the whole world, but this does not mean everyone can really earn something on it. It’s all still very demographic and therefore location dependent. This list should give you a starting point to try out and find what works for you. I’m not using everything myself as I prefer to focus on a few, so not all are tested by me. They are found in this sub, other subreddits and other resources where people claim to have success. I’ve chosen the format of a simple table with the bare minimum of information to keep things clean. It includes a link, how you earn, personal payment proof if available and sign-up bonus codes if applicable. Some of these bonuses are also one-time use codes specifically made for this sub! For the ones I don’t have payment proof (yet) feel free to provide some as a comment or via modmail so others know it’s legit. I am working on detailed instructions for each method that I personally use which will include things like cashout minimum, cashout options, tips & tricks,... For now I’ve split things up based on the type of earning like passive or mobile. Because of this there’s sometimes an overlap as some are both passive and on mobile or both earning crypto and a GPT (Get Paid To) website. The lists are obviously not complete so I invite you to keep posting new ones in the sub, as a comment to this post, or in modmail. Especially if you have sites or apps which work for one single specific country I can start building a list, just like I did for The Netherlands and Belgium. If you recognize things which are in fact scams or not worth it let me know as well.
Get Paid To (Surveys, tasks, offers, videos, clicking links, play games, searching)
For The Netherlands there are a few very good options next to a bunch of ‘spaarprogramma’s. There ‘spaarprogramma’s are all the same where you receive and click a bunch of e-mails, advertisements, banners,... I advise you to create a separate e-mail address or use a good filter in your inbox as you will be spammed to death. I believe they can be a nice piece of beermoney but they take quite the effort.
Coinsquare would like to thank everyone on the /BitcoinCA forums for their patience in waiting for our response. We are sorry we could not respond sooner. We have been focused on getting a firm grasp of the issue and sending out communications directly to our customers first and other parties impacted to notify them of the situation. Now, we owe it to the /BitcoinCA community to update you as well. Our goal is to be as transparent as possible and echo the communications sent to our customers, and address questions raised in Reddit forums. We have done our best to provide as much information as possible across the following topics:
Data Breach Backstory
The VICE Article
The Facts of Those Impacted
Coinsquare Does Not Offer SMS 2FA
Communication to Impacted People
Data Breach Backstory: The issue started just over a year ago with someone posting a very small sample of data on Reddit claiming someone had access to Coinsquare user data; the claim was that they had access to around 50,000 users’ personal information. At the time, we could not confirm that this was anything more than a threat. Coinsquare could not validate that the malicious actor had more than a small sample of sales/prospecting data. Coinsquare used the obtained information to notify those users whose names were supplied. Coinsquare did take steps, as required by law, to inform law enforcement and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner about the Reddit forum, and the leak of data, based on the available information. Based on the format of the data posted, it was evident that there was no breach of Coinsquare’s core software system, i.e. the Coinsquare exchange platform. The field names, the way the information was compiled, and the inconsistencies in the data led us to believe that perhaps there was a theft from a customer relationship management (CRM) tool used to prospect both users and non-users to use Coinsquare Wealth. Additionally, the malicious actor did not approach Coinsquare asking for money or threaten us directly. Coinsquare saw no subsequent unusual activity on the platform, or with specific sets of users, that would have led us to believe that there was a data breach that would constitute a risk of harm to our users. With the information provided at the time, Coinsquare felt confident that the malicious actor was not a hacker, but was most likely an ex-employee that got their hands on customer relationship management data and was trying to embarrass the company. Nevertheless, Coinsquare strengthened our internal processes, updated our sales management software including our internal data policy controls, and used this event as a way to improve our internal systems. The VICE Article: Fast forward to May 29, 2020. Coinsquare was approached by a VICE reporter who informed the company that a ‘hacker’ had contacted them and provided a larger sample of data to VICE. VICE then graciously provided a portion of the data to Coinsquare, which allowed us to verify that the extent of the original threat was larger. Once Coinsquare received the full list of information, we were able to confirm that this came from the same source of data from just over a year ago. At this point (earlier this week), Coinsquare began to take steps to inform all users about the incident. We have spent the better part of this week preparing and then communicating with all our users, both affected and not affected, as well as those prospects (non-users) who were on the list, about the data breach. The list touches a number of different categories that we have spent time crafting accurate communications towards: those who have been affected and are users; those who have been affected and are not users (because it was prospecting data); and those who are not affected. Additionally, we have taken precautionary measures: applying “no withdrawal” restrictions to impacted accounts (whether they have 2FA or not) and working on updating our customer support policies and communications. Coinsquare’s Retrospective: Coinsquare is aware that this issue could have been handled better on Reddit when it first came up. We had only a very small amount of information at that time and could not validate the extent of the theft. The facts in our possession at that time amounted to 4 users, with a threat that they had additional pieces of personal information on both existing and prospective users. We could not confirm that threat. We had to balance this threat against the facts. Coinsquare could not verify at the time who the possible reported users might be out of our 290,000 person user base. We had to weigh that against the possibility that this was simply a fabricated threat designed to harm our reputation. In the subsequent weeks and months following this threat, Coinsquare experienced no unusual account activity. In short, there were no red flags or spikes in compromised accounts that would lead us to believe specific users were being targeted by a hacker or malicious actor. After recently being provided with the list of impacted persons, Coinsquare was able to use the list to confirm where the user data came from (our old CRM tool), and use the list to figure out which users were affected, which non-users were affected, and which users were not affected. The Facts of those Impacted:
286,828 users had NO information leaked.
3,653 Coinsquare users did have some form of “Personally Identifiable Information” (PII) leaked - because the information comes from a CRM tool, there is inconsistency in the data by each user. The information ranges from just names, emails, and phone numbers to in very few cases there is an address (9 addresses to be exact).
1,346 non-Coinsquare users had some information leaked - again, this confirms to us, in addition to the layout of the data and the column headings, that this is information from a CRM tool.
Coinsquare Does Not Offer SMS 2FA: Coinsquare does not offer SMS 2FA. In SMS authentication, users provide a code that has to be sent to their phone via SMS as proof of their identity. In theory, SMS authentication provides a second identity factor, but it has vulnerabilities specifically in the case of sim swaps. Although Coinsquare does not offer SMS 2FA, affected users may be using SMS 2FA on other applications. We have informed them that they should be taking necessary precautions as described in the email communications we have provided links to below. Communication to Impacted People: Coinsquare has put together a series of emails that have been sent to all users and non-users who were impacted by this data breach. The emails are available for viewing below:
Impacted Users: those who have a Coinsquare account and were on the list
Coinsquare hopes that this response helps to provide further clarity to those who want, and frankly deserve to hear the truth. We are incredibly appreciative that you have held us accountable, and are thankful to the /BitcoinCA mods who have contacted us in order to ensure we showed proper accountability in this forum. If you do have more questions or concerns please feel free to DM us OR submit a support ticket here. We will answer any question we can. Please understand that we cannot answer questions about other people's accounts. In addition, we intend to be a lot more active within the /BitcoinCA community moving forward. You are the early adopters of digital assets in Canada and the types of users we want to win the hearts of. We promise to do a better job communicating with you on a go forward basis. Thank you, Cole DiamondCEO of Coinsquare *Edit on June 7th, 2020: Updated links to emails.
Everyone please, I would seriously advise you to stay away from exchanges that have predatory practices that take advantage of new users and first time depositors, because they have no other way to make money. An exchange that is functioning properly makes money on either their trading fees or their spread. I am writing this to all the new people that are looking for bitcoin exchange/broker options in Canada. There are certain things you should look at and if the exchange in question has any or a combination of the following I would suggest you stay away, as the practices of these exchanges are the reason they are running on fumes and I would not like to see anyone on here get caught in another exit scam.
Deposit or Withdrawal fees on fiat or crypto (unrealistic amounts). There are plenty of other exchanges with no deposit or withdrawal fees and if the exchange is successful, this is not needed at all and is a failed business model in Canada.
Minimum withdrawal or deposit amounts on fiat or crypto (within reason). You should be able to deposit and withdraw as much as you'd like without restriction. This is a tactic that will most likely cause you to have to bring your balance up to a certain amount before you can withdraw. I would not consider this to be the case if the amount is $5 or less, as it does cost money to send bank wire and e-transfer.
Holds on funds and bank like activity (not including fraud concerns). No exchange should have to have a hold on any funds for any reason. It is your money and they are not a bank.
Right now in Canada, there are two highly rated exchanges that have the best history with almost no complaints on reddit (or any that seem to be of valid concern). They are Shakepay and Newton, which function much the same but their own unique properties and services. I am bi-partisan on what exchange you choose because they both have solid foundation, very good history and customer reviews and highest volume, but stay away from anything but them at this point is my advice to any newcomers reading this. Edit: Although Kraken is technically based in the US, they are a very reputable exchange and service Canadian clientele, I'm just referencing exchanges based I'm Canada right now. Edit 2: If an exchange has deposit or withdrawal fees, they should have a good justification for it, such as VERY low trading fees or margin account, cover mining fees or anything that you can logically see that would absorb this cost. Edit 3: (June 23, 2020) Newton has just launched their Pro version with NO TRANSFER FEES in and out and just 0.1% trade fees. I would suggest for trading spot BTC/CAD or other crypto pairs on their exchange, as Coinberry, Coinfield, NDAX, Coinsquare all charge you $25 to access your money, which is insane.
[FULL ANALYSIS] Bitcoin exchanges and payment processors in Canada are now regulated as Money Service Businesses
Hello Bitcoiners! Many of you saw my tweet yesterday about the Bitcoin regulations in Canada. As usual, some journalists decided to write articles about my tweets without asking me for the full context :P Which means there has been a lot of misunderstanding. Particuarly, these regulations mean that we can lower the KYC requirements and no longer require ID documents or bank account connections! We can also increase the daily transaction limit from $3,000 per day to $10,000 per day for unverified accounts. The main difference is that we now have a $1,000 per-transaction limit (instead of per day) and we must report suspicious transactions. It's important to read about our reporting requirements, as it is the main difference since pretty much every exchange was doing KYC anyway. Hopefully you appreciate the transparency, and I'm available for questions! Cheers, Francis ********************************************* Text below is copied from: https://medium.com/bull-bitcoin/bitcoin-exchanges-and-payment-processors-in-canada-are-now-regulated-as-money-service-businesses-1ca820575511
Bitcoin is money, regulated like money
Notice to Canadian Bitcoin users
If you are the user of a Canadian Bitcoin company, be assured that:
These regulations only target virtual currency exchanges and virtual currency transmitters (e.g. payment processors, custodial wallets).
No action on your part is currently required. It is businesses that have to comply, not users.
You may notice that the exchange service you are using has change its transactions limits or is now requiring more information from you. You can stop reading this email now without any consequence! Otherwise, keep regarding if you are interested in my unique insights into this important topic!
Background on regulation
Today marks an important chapter for Bitcoin’s history in Canada: Bitcoin is officially regulated as money (virtual currency) under the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act of Canada (PCMLTFA), under the jurisdiction of the Financial Transaction and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC). This is the culmination of 5 years of effort by numerous Bitcoin Canadian advocates collaborating with the Ministry of Finance, Fintrac and other Canadian government agencies. It is important to note that there is no new Bitcoin law in Canada. In June of 2014, the Governor General of Canada (representing Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II) gave royal asset to Bill C-31, voted by parliament under Stephen Harper’s Conservative government, which included amendments to the PCMLTFA to included Bitcoin companies (named “dealers in virtual currency”) as a category of Money Service Businesses. Thereafter, FINTRAC engaged in the process of defining what exactly is meant by “dealing in virtual currency” and what particular rules would apply to the businesses in this category. Much of our work was centred around excluding things like non-custodial wallets, nodes, mining and other activities that were not related exchange or payments processing. To give an idea, the other categories that apply to traditional fiat currency businesses are:
Foreign exchange dealing
Remitting or transmitting funds
Issuing or deeming money order or similar negotiable instruments
When we say that Bitcoin is now regulated, what we mean is that these questions have been settled, officially published, and that they are now legally binding. Businesses that are deemed to be “dealing in virtual currency” must register with FINTRAC as a money service business, just like they would if they were doing traditional currency exchange or payment processing. There is no “license” required, which means that you do not need the government’s approval before you can operate a Bitcoin exchange business. However, when you operate a Money Service Business, you must register and comply with the laws… otherwise you risk jail time and large fines.
What activities are regulated as Money Service Business activity?
A virtual currency exchange transaction is defined as: “an exchange, at the request of another person or entity, of virtual currency for funds, funds for virtual currency or one virtual currency for another.” This includes, but is not limited to:
Bitcoin trading platforms (orderbooks)
Bitcoin exchange platforms (fixed-rate)
Selling or buying Bitcoin OTC professionally
Crypto-to-crypto trading (orderbook, fixed-rate or OTC)
Notice to foreign Bitcoin companies with clients in Canada
Regardless of whether or not your business is based in Canada, you must register with FINTRAC as a Foreign Money Service Business, if:
You direct your MSB services at persons or entities in Canada
The regulation of Bitcoin exchange and payment services has always been inevitable. If we want Bitcoin to be considered as money, we must accept that it will be regulated like other monies. Our stance on the regulation issue has always been that Bitcoin exchanges and payment processors should be regulated like fiat currency exchanges and payment processors, no more, no less. This is the outcome we obtained. To comply with these regulations, we are implementing a few changes to our Know-Your-Customer requirement and transaction limits which may paradoxically make your experience using Bull Bitcoin and Bylls even more private and convenient!
The bad news
We are adding per-transaction limits in addition to daily volume limits.
The per-transaction limit for accounts with limited verification is $1,000 (previously $3000). To conduct transactions over $1,000 you must get your account verified.
We require users to provide their Date of Birth as a requirement to change their verification status to “Verified”.
We require users to provide their Occupation as a requirement to change their verification status to “Verified”.
The good news
We are increasing the daily volume limit from $3,000 to $10,000 for users that have the “limited” account verification status. Users with limited account verification can do multiple transactions as long as they are each below the $1,000 threshold and as long as they don’t exhibit suspicious behavior (see details below).
Identity documents will no longer be required for users that can be identified using their credit files. They will only be required where identification using credit file lookup was inconclusive. This change will take effect later this summer.
Connecting bank accounts to Bull Bitcoin using the flinks bank verification software will no longer be required for users that can be identified using their credit files. This will only be required where identification using credit file lookup was inconclusive. This change will take effect later this summer
The user’s KYC info (name, address, date of birth and occupation)
Suspicious transaction reporting
Satoshi Portal is required to make suspicious transactions report to FINTRAC after we have detected a fact that amounts to reasonable grounds to suspect that one of your transactions is related to the commission or attempted commission of a money laundering offence or a terrorist activity financing offence. Failure by Satoshi Portal Inc. to report a suspicious transaction could lead to up to five years imprisonment, a fine of up to $2,000,000, or both, for its executives. We are not allowed to share with anyone other than FINTRAC, including our clients, the contents of a suspicious transaction report as well as the fact that a suspicious transaction report has been filed.
What is suspicious activity?
Note forbitcoinca: this section applies ONLY to Bull Bitcoin. Most exchanges have much stricter interpretation of what is suspicious. You should operate under the assumption that using Coinjoin or TOR will get you flagged at some other exchanges even though it's okay for Bull Bitcoin. That is simply because we have a more sophisticated understanding of privacy best practices. Identifying suspicious behavior is heavily dependent on the context of each transaction. We understand and take into account that for many of our customers, privacy and libertarian beliefs are of the utmost importance, and that some users may not know that the behavior they are engaging in is suspicious. When we are concerned or confused about the behaviors of our users, we endeavour to discuss it with them before jumping to conclusions. In general, here are a few tips:
Don’t provide false of misleading information. We will know right away if your date of birth, address and name don’t match.
Don’t try to exploit loopholes in the KYC process.
Don’t transact on behalf of someone else without telling us.
Be cooperative with customer support.
Here are some examples of behavior that we do not consider suspicious:
Coinjoin or other Bitcoin privacy techniques.
Using VPNs, TOR or VOIP phones.
Asking questions about, or criticizing, our privacy policies.
Talking negatively about banks or government.
Here are some example indicators of behavior that would lead us to investigate whether or not a transaction is suspicious:
Making statements about being involved with criminal activity.
Saying you don’t want the government to know about your transactions.
Asking advice about concealing source of funds or tax avoidance.
Funding your account from a bank account that is not in your name.
Conducting transactions on behalf of someone else without telling us.
Trying to falsify your identity or impersonating someone else.
Making multiple bill payments to the same recipient, or multiple Bitcoin purchases, in a way which seems structured specifically to avoid the $1,000 transaction amount KYC threshold.
Continuing to perform transactions that are unnecessarily complex, inefficient and not cost-effective after having been advised otherwise by our staff.
What does this mean for Bitcoin?
It was always standard practice for Bitcoin companies to operate under the assumption they would eventually be regulated and adopt policies and procedures as if they were already regulated. The same practices used for legal KYC were already commonplace to mitigate fraud (chargebacks). In addition, law enforcement and other government agencies in Canada were already issuing subpoenas and information requests to Bitcoin companies to obtain the information of users that were under investigation. We suspect that cash-based Bitcoin exchanges, whether Bitcoin ATMs, physical Bitcoin exchanges or Peer-to-Peer trading, will be the most affected since they will no longer be able to operate without KYC and the absence of KYC was the primary feature that allowed them to justify charging such high fees and exchange rate premiums. One thing is certain, as of today, there is no ambiguity whatsoever that Bitcoin is 100% legal and regulated in Canada!
Hello all, I'm not totally new to crypto, but I've only deep dived on the in and outs of it recently. I'd love to have a longer form discussion on the state and future of cryptocurrencies in Canada. I'm interested more in discussing mass-adoption rather than from traders perspective. The general public is going to be buying and spending, and ideally saving and investing. I don't know near everything, but am eager to learn and fill in the blanks of my knowledge. Please point out any mistakes or misinformation I might have here.
The Current State
From what I gather, the crypto businesses in Canada are only recently beginning to show some forms of maturity and it's becoming easier to trust the established players every day. I started with Shakepay late 2018, and was impressed with the experience. Only recently have I actually moved funds out of there and held in a proper wallet. (Quite happy with Edge Wallet for the time being) I did have some other experience from hosting a Storj node, and holding ERC20 tokens. Shakepay seems to have the lowest barrier to entry for someone looking to buy Bitcoin. Very fast, and very simple. The fees built in to the spread are pretty reasonable given the experience they offer. But they seem to offer the least to new users who are looking to learn about crypto. I started exploring other options, and had made accounts on a few platforms. It seems like Newton has the best prices around. The only thing Shakepay has on them is e-tranfers, which Newton has said is on the roadmap, and #shakingsats. Newton also offers $25 for a referral vs Shakepay's $10. Unless Shakepay can reduce their cost, or offer something new, is Newton set to overtake them? Assuming they have e-transfers operational soon. I know I won't be on Shakepay for anything besides the free satoshis everyday, and that's certainly not helping their bottom line. Bull Bitcoin is interesting, offering integration with bylls, giftcards for BTC, and scheduling reoccurring purchases. Though they do not have the slick interfaces of Shakepay/Newton. IMO, someone is going to need to be the first real "bank" in Canadian crypto and cater to the general public, the less technically inclined. There will always need to be banks for the people who don't feel comfortable managing their own assets. Argent is a very slick "Smart Wallet" that is showcasing how this next form of banking might look. Who do you see catching the public's eye as the future of banking? Tangerine/ING shook things up years ago, now Wealthsimple in the past couple years. Will Newton/Shakepay/etc lay the groundwork for themselves to be that player in the coming years, or will someone from fiat fianance cross over to crypto. Weathsimple's deep VC pockets could buy up an existing exchange and bring mass adoption.
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Voyager ($25 in Free Bitcoin + Up to 6% APY Interest)
Get $25 in free Bitcoin (BTC) when you download and signup for the Voyager Crypto Trading App with code O6E5JJ and tradeat least $100 or more in crypto (buy and/or sell). To get your $25 in free Bitcoin after trading (buy/sell) $100 or more in crypto, use reward/referral code O6E5JJ during registration:
Voyager App allows you to connect a bank account and deposit cash directly. The easiest way to get the bonus is depositing $55 into your account to buy Bitcoin/Ethereum. Then sell the Bitcoin/Ethereum immediately. You'll receive your $25 in free Bitcoin bonus and can transfer the money back to your bank. Voyager App offers commission-free cryptocurrency trading for over 20 cryptos and its currently available to residents in all U.S. states (excluding New York state). Plus, you can earn monthly interest on your crypto holdings up to 6% APY interest annually on Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, USDC, and USDT! Please use my referral code by downloading the iOS app or Android app and use reward/referral code O6E5JJ during registration. Its an easy way to earn a $25 worth of free Bitcoin after you buy $100 or more in crypto and cash out the profit back to your bank! Thank you!
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Celsius Network ($30 in Free Bitcoin + Up to 11% APY Interest)
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Gemini ($10 in Free Bitcoin)
Get $10 in free Bitcoin when you signup for Gemini, a US-based Regulated Cryptocurrency Exchange. This offer is available to NEW USERS ONLY residing in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, and South Korea. Follow these steps:
Buy or Sell 100 USD of any crypto within 30 days of opening an account and Gemini will deposit your bonus of $10 worth of Bitcoin within a day.
After you receive your free $10 of Bitcoin, you can sell your cryptos and transfer the cash back to your bank! Gemini also allows you to transfer any crypto to an external wallet for free with no withdrawal fees. Thank you!
Coinbase ($10 in Free Bitcoin + $160 in Bonus Crypto)
Sign up for a Coinbase cryptocurrency account (https://www.coinbase.com/join/5a29d6adad50d7010b47bac0) and get $10 of free Bitcoin (BTC) after you buy or sell $100 or more in cryptocurrency like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Bitcoin Cash. You will also need to verify your identity. This offer is available to all customers globally! In addition, get up to $150 in free cryptocurrency by learning, watching videos, and answering simple questions about other cryptocurrencies like EOS (up to $50 bonus), Orchid (up to $50 bonus), Tezos (up to $6 bonus), Stellar Lumens (up to $50 bonus), and Compound (up to $9 bonus) without any deposit or trading required. You can easily make up to $160 in free cryptocurrency and cash out the money back to your bank! You can also earn 0.15% annual interest holding USDC tokens (for US customers) and 4% annual interest staking Tezos tokens (for US, UK, and EU customers)! Coinbase is one of the most trusted and easiest place to buy, sell, and manage your digital currency portfolio and its available in 100+ countries around the world! Coinbase allows you to deposit/withdrawal funds via free bank transfer, credit/debit card or bank wire. Remember to use my referral link to get your $10 of free Bitcoin after trading $100 or more in crypto plus another $150 in free crypto bonuses - https://www.coinbase.com/join/5a29d6adad50d7010b47bac0 Thank you!
Choosing an exchange to buy cryptocurrency can be daunting, in Canada we have a number of good options which we have reviewed extensively and rated. Fred Pye, president and CEO of 3iQ, saw the opportunity in Bitcoin five years ago. Today, his hard work has come to fruition. Bitcoin Miner Pro 2018 V3.2 Key Bitcoin Atm Limit 1 Dec 2019. Find The best cryptocurrency exchange in Canada is Bitbuy. The platform lets you buy, sell, or trade Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple, Stellar, and EOS with fiat or cryptocurrencies. You can choose to pay via Interac eTransfer, Flexpin voucher, or bank wire. Bitbuy is the most trusted and respectable Bitcoin exchange in Canada Buy Bitcoin . Coinsquare is Canada's largest crypto and Bitcoin exchange. It allows users to buy and sell Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and other coins in Canada. Customers can buy and sell bitcoin and ether using Interac e-Transfers, bank transfers and SWIFT. We may receive compensation when you use Coinsquare. 4. Are there any local Bitcoin exchanges based in Canada? There are many Bitcoin exchanges based in Canada. Among the most popular are Coinsquare and BitBuy: Coinsquare. Coinsquare, Founded in 2015, is a Canadian Bitcoin exchange based in Toronto.At the time of writing, it had the highest Bitcoin trading volume. It turns out that Canada is a fairly difficult place to quickly and easily buy and sell bitcoins for CAD or USD. Well, let me rephrase that. Canada is a fairly difficult place to find vendors where you can sell bitcoin for CAD or USD.. You can buy bitcoin but trading and selling bitcoin is another matter all together.. Buying Bitcoin In Canada
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