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We accept any credit or debit card from VISA or MasterCard

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With our limits, you can buy the coins you want without holding back.

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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.
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News and updates

We Planned Your Super Bowl Party Using Only Bitcoin

Posted by Coinmama on January 23, 2019

At Coinmama we challenged ourselves to plan a Super Bowl party using only Bitcoin. The result? Touchdown! (It was surprisingly easy to do.)

The Best Crypto Podcasts

Posted by Coinmama on January 21, 2019

Podcasts are a great way to stay informed regarding crypto. In this article, we’re going to point out what to look for when choosing a good podcast, and also make some recommendations.

Buy Bitcoin Instantly

Posted by Coinmama on January 16, 2019

Is it Possible to Buy Bitcoin Instantly? ‎Yes, it’s a breeze if you already have an account setup and funded with a business that allows Bitcoin ‎trading. For example, if you have a verified account with Coinmama, then you can buy bitcoin (BTC) from ‎us with your credit or debit card, and have your coins within 20 minutes or less.

Bitcoin Art That Will Inspire you in 2019

Posted by Coinmama on January 13, 2019

Like with crypto itself, the best time to get crypto art is before it’s hot. That’s true whether you’re a long-time crypto enthusiast or are taking advantage of the dip in the market to buy for the first time; whether you want artwork that reflects our changing times, or simply something to adorn your walls and show that you’re a Bitcoin believer.

How to Buy Satoshi

Posted by Coinmama on January 03, 2019

One of the common myths about Bitcoin is that it’s too expensive to buy any, now that price has risen into the range of thousands of Dollars. While it’s true that a whole bitcoin (or 1 BTC) has become very valuable, what the myth fails to address is that it’s entirely possible to buy fractional amounts of bitcoin.

Bitcoin Taxes in the USA

Posted by Coinmama on January 03, 2019

Most world governments do not recognize Bitcoin or crypto as legal tender, and the US is no exception. However, most governments tend to pigeonhole Bitcoin within a single, pre-existing category. This has the effect of streamlining taxation and regulation, as the rules governing that existing class are then simply applied to Bitcoin.