NEW! Sell Bitcoin with SEPA bank transfers

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0.0120861 btc

$50

$47

42


No Coinmama Fees
OFFER ENDS ON March 26, 23:59 EST

0.0241723 btc

$100

88


You get  btc

0.2417238 btc

$1000

885


You get  btc

0.7251716 btc

$3000

2654


You get  btc

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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.
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News and updates

How to Choose a Strong Password

Posted by Coinmama on March 21, 2019

A strong password is your first step in protecting your online information and accounts. And with so much of our lives existing online these days, including highly personal information like our financial records and medical data, proper protection is more important than ever. When creating a password, here are some DOs and DON'Ts to choosing a strong one.

Introducing Your New Home to Sell Bitcoin

Posted by Coinmama on March 19, 2019

We’re excited to announce that starting this week, Coinmama is your new home to sell Bitcoin. Since 2013, 1.5 million people in 200 countries, territories, and states around the world have known Coinmama as the fast and easy way to buy Bitcoin. We’re looking forward to making Coinmama your place to sell Bitcoin as well.

Bitcoin Experts

Posted by Coinmama on March 11, 2019

A complete understanding of Bitcoin requires the comprehensive understanding of these interlocking disciplines; something which is probably beyond the ability of any single human. Fortunately, the Bitcoin community has no shortage of knowledgeable specialists, who combine their technical expertise for the good of the remarkable system that is Bitcoin. Some of these experts also share their knowledge and views with the public, so paying attention to them is a great way to learn more about Bitcoin.

Important update from Coinmama

Posted by Coinmama on February 20, 2019

On Sunday, February 17, we learned that an unauthorized party acquired data associated with 1.4 million Coinmama accounts. This information follows our internal investigation into a large breach that has affected 30 companies and 841 million users.

Testing the Bitcoin waters? Buy MilliBit.

Posted by Coinmama on February 19, 2019

MilliBit, also known as mBTC, is a fraction of a Bitcoin. One thousandth, or 0.001, of a Bitcoin to be exact. Its price as of this writing? An extremely attainable $3.64. But why should you buy MilliBit?

How to Transfer Bitcoin to Bank Account

Posted by Coinmama on February 17, 2019

Every so often at Coinmama, we get a question that makes us scratch our heads, rethink how we explain things, and go back to Bitcoin basics. Recently that question was “Can you tell me how to transfer Bitcoin to bank account?”