Buy Bitcoin With Credit Card Worldwide: CEX.IO Bitcoin Exchange Lowers Fees

Buy Bitcoin With Credit Card Worldwide: CEX.IO Bitcoin Exchange Lowers Fees

Bitcoin exchange CEX.IO is pleased to announce lower fees for payment card deposits in USD and EUR to 3.5% + $0.25/€0.20 respectively. Anyone can easily buy Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies worldwide, with debit cards and credit cards issued in any local national currency.

CEX.IO claims to provide the best experience of buying Bitcoins with credit cards and debit cards. The assertion is based on the exchange’s ideal conditions for quick and successful processing of card payments, the wide range of acceptable payment cards, and numerous positive feedbacks from users.

“Literally, we provide an opportunity to buy Bitcoin in just a few clicks with almost any type of the card issued in any currency of the world,”

Jeffrey Smith, Chief Information Officer of CEX.IO.

“This is one of the key advantages our exchange possesses, and together with our PSS partners we continue bringing fees down and creating an even more attractive Bitcoin marketplace for broad audiences.”

Users of CEX.IO Bitcoin exchange are able to fund an account up to $2,000 or €2,000 with a simplified verification procedure, or increase limits to $100,000 per month after identity verification.

The number of cards linked to a profile is absolutely unlimited. Card credentials are saved in the card manager of user’s profile. Thus, for all further deposits, users only need to choose a card from the list and confirm the payment.

Apart from exchange and trading features, CEX.IO allows easy and instant Bitcoin purchase via pre-configured bundles in the amount of $100, $200, $500, and $1,000, which can be spent on Bitcoins. The prices for bundles depend on the current market price and are recalculated every 120 seconds.

About CEX.IO

CEX.IO is a UK-based Bitcoin cryptocurrency exchange established in 2013. The exchange offers a wide range of payment instruments, such as payment cards, wire transfer, SEPA, AstroPay, Skrill, and others. CEX.IO provides trouble-free services backed by cold cryptocurrency storage, financial viability, and profound legal compliance.

To learn more please go to: https://cex.io/

City and Country Location: London, UK

CEX.IO is the source of this content. Virtual currency is not legal tender, is not backed by the government, and accounts and value balances are not subject to FDIC and other consumer protections. This press release is for informational purposes only. The information does not constitute investment advice or an offer to invest.


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