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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 card 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

Celebrating Nine Years of (Really Expensive) Bitcoin Pizza

Posted by Coinmama on May 22, 2019

May 22nd, better known as Bitcoin Pizza Day, has become a tradition. It marks the first time Bitcoin was used to buy goods, when in 2010 Laszlo Hanyecz paid 10,000 Bitcoin for two Papa John’s pizzas. In honor of the ninth annual Bitcoin Pizza Day, we’re taking a look at the hot cheesy numbers to see just how much the BTC to PJP (that’s Papa John’s Pizza) price has changed over the years.

How to Shop with Bitcoin

Posted by Coinmama on May 21, 2019

Bitcoin has spent most of the last week at above $8000, which for many people means a fuller (digital) piggybank and a reason to treat oneself. If you’re looking for a little pampering, you have several options for how to shop with Bitcoin. From converting your Bitcoin to cash to hitting stores that accept Bitcoin, we’ll break down the easiest and fastest ways to shop with Bitcoin.

Buy Ethereum with Bank Transfer

Posted by Coinmama on May 19, 2019

Ethereum is the second largest cryptocurrency by market cap and trading volume. This is a really impressive achievement, considering that there are over 2,000 competing cryptocurrencies. Even more impressive is that Ethereum only launched in July of 2015, around 6 years after the launch of Bitcoin, and also several years after the release of close rivals like XRP and Litecoin.

April 2019 News Summary

Posted by Coinmama on May 14, 2019

April proved to be an excellent month for cryptocurrency markets, certainly the most bullish month of 2019 thus far. A high volume price spike, which occurred just after April Fool’s Day, was confirmed as genuine demand when prices held this elevated level throughout the month and into May. Read on for the latest news roundup.

Coinmama Adds Worldwide Purchase by Bank Transfer

Posted by Coinmama on May 09, 2019

We’re excited to announce the addition of SWIFT bank transfers as a new payment option for Coinmama users, along with lower fees and higher daily spending limits. Last summer we introduced buying crypto by bank transfer to our European customers with SEPA bank accounts. Today, we’re expanding that option to our users worldwide through SWIFT transfers.

What is Bitcoin Maximalism?

Posted by Coinmama on May 02, 2019

If you’re active on any crypto-related social media platforms, particularly Twitter, there’s a good chance you’ll have encountered the term “Bitcoin maximalist.” This somewhat-loaded term is usually aimed at zealous Bitcoin supporters, often by equally-zealous altcoin supporters. But what constitutes a Bitcoin maximalist?