Use this Bitcoin exchange list to find a Bitcoin exchange for you. Each user has unique needs, so there is no one size fits all for exchanges.
Our Bitcoin exchange list detail each exchange’s supported countries, payment methods accepted, fees, privacy, limits, liquidity, reputation, speed (delivery of bitcoin), customer support, and any past issues.
- Coinbase Buy Bitcoin
Coinbase is the world’s largest Bitcoin broker, available in the United States, UK, Canada, Singapore, and most of Europe.
Customers can buy bitcoin with a connected bank account, credit/debit card, SEPA transfer, Interac Online, iDEAL, and many more payment methods depending on location.
LocalBitcoins is a peer-to-peer Bitcoin exchange. Buyers and sellers agree on trade terms, and LocalBitcoins makes sure the trade goes through with no problems for both parties. LocalBitcoins is considered a good way to buy bitcoins privately or with cash.
GDAX is an exchange run by San Franisco based Coinbase. It has been active since 2015 and supports Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ether and Bcash trading.
Coinmama is a bitcoin broker that specializes in selling bitcoins for credit card to nearly anyone in the world.
CEX.IO allows for the buying of bitcoins for low fees via credit card. Customers can also purchase for free with bank transfers. CEX.io is available for use in most countries.
6. Wall of Coins
Wall of Coins is a peer-to-peer Bitcoin exchange that makes it easy to buy and sell bitcoins.
itBit is a global Bitcoin exchange licensed with the New York State Department of Financial Services. It also operates a global OTC trading desk.
Changelly is a Bitcoin and altcoin exchange. Users can shift between coins without depositing coins to the exchange.
BitQuick is a Bitcoin exchange that lets customers buy bitcoins with cash via cash deposit.
Coinhouse, based in Paris, France, lets users buy bitcoin with a 3D secure credit card or debit card, or with Neosurf prepaid cards. Coinhouse has plans to expand its service to the rest of Europe in early-2016.