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We accept any credit or debit card from VISA or MasterCard

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Frequently Asked Questions
Coinmama sends the coins immediately after both your payment and wallet address have been confirmed.
Yes, you can purchase digital currency with any credit/debit you own as long as it's a Visa or MasterCard.
Before creating your first order, we need to know a bit about you. As a financial service, Coinmama is committed to the highest security and privacy standards. This also helps us keep your account safe, fight fraud, and more. The process is called verification and is something everyone must go through before buying cryptocurrency anywhere. After submitting your details for verification, we’ll then quickly go over it and make sure everything looks good. This usually happens within the hour.
Your personal details and documents are encrypted, and your credit card details are not stored anywhere on our website or servers.
Unlike most exchanges, we also don't store any of your coins, but send them to any wallet you choose. That way, you can choose exactly what kind of security you want for your funds. As a global company, Coinmama is committed to being fully GDPR compliant, and come May 25, you will be able to see exactly how your data is used.
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News and updates

How to Buy Bitcoin in Germany

Posted by Coinmama on October 21, 2018

German technical enthusiasts and experts have long been at the forefront of Bitcoin innovation and adoption. Since at least 2011, Berlin (and its Kreuzberg district in particular) has been renowned for its strong hacker culture. Germany has thus served as the vanguard of the Bitcoin movement across Europe - perhaps even the world. As demonstrated by recent Lightning Network hackathons held in Berlin in 2018, nothing has changed in the intervening years.

How to Buy Ethereum

Posted by Coinmama on October 11, 2018

Ethereum (ETH) was launched as one of the first ever ICOs back in July of 2015. Ethereum has held the number two spot, just below Bitcoin, in the crypto market cap rankings since early 2016.

How to Buy Litecoin

Posted by Coinmama on October 09, 2018

This guide will walk you some of the more important facts regarding Litecoin. It covers the selection of a Litecoin wallet, for storing and spending your litecoins (LTC).We also explain how to use Coinmama to buy Litecoin, which is a really quick and easy process.

Buy Bitcoin with a Bank Account

Posted by Coinmama on October 02, 2018

Buying Bitcoin with a bank account differs somewhat from buying Bitcoin with a credit or debit card. You’ll get the same trusted Coinmama service either way, but there are important things to keep in mind regarding wire over plastic.

How many Bitcoins are there?‎

Posted by Coinmama on September 27, 2018

The short, approximate answer to this question is that there are nearly 17.275 million bitcoins (BTC) available at this time (September 2018), out of a maximum total supply of 21 million. This means that over 82% of all possible bitcoins have already been issued. The supply limit of ~21 million is expected to be reached around the year 2140, as coin issuance decreases exponentially over time.

How to Secure your Bitcoin

Posted by Coinmama on September 23, 2018

This guide describes the various types of Bitcoin wallets from a security perspective, allowing users to select the most appropriate wallet for their storage requirements. As a general rule, the more bitcoin (BTC) owned, the more resources should be invested in security. Our guide also covers the common types of errors and attacks which are responsible for the majority of coin losses.