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CoinBurp Review (2022)

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  • Ease of Use
  • Beginner Friendly
  • Payment Options
  • Speed
  • Fees


CoinBurp makes it simple, quick, and easy to buy Bitcoin (BTC) and 5 other cryptocurrencies.

Creating an account and getting verified takes no time (about 15 minutes), my GBP deposit was credited in about 10 minutes, and the whole buying process was seamless.

Fees seem competitive too. I found that quoted Bitcoin (BTC) prices were about 1.5% above the real exchange rate (but this does vary day-to-day).

CoinBurp stopped providing cryptocurrency services in the UK on 25th March 2022. Existing customers (including funds) have been transferred over to Ferriswheel. This review is pending an update.

CoinBurp is a cryptocurrency broker that has made it super-simple to buy, sell, and store Bitcoin (BTC) and 5 other cryptocurrencies.

In this CoinBurp review, I cover everything you need to know about them – including how it works, supported cryptocurrencies, the fees it charges, and more.

Advantages & Disadvantages


  • UK-based (London).
  • 4.9-star Trustpilot rating (1300+ reviews).
  • Verification doesn’t take long (15 minutes).
  • GBP deposits are credited quickly (within 10 minutes).
  • Simple and easy-to-use mobile app (iOS and Android).
  • Support available via email, Telegram, and Facebook Messenger.
  • Competitive Bitcoin (BTC) prices, which seem to be around 1.5% above the real exchange rate. There are no trading fees.
  • Provides online wallet (which is insured by BitGo Custody).
  • Minimum deposit is just £5 (or €5).


What is CoinBurp?

CoinBurp is a UK-based company (based in London) that was founded in 2018 by Peter Wood, Bipin Bhanderi, and Tom Allison.

In short, CoinBurp’s mission is to make it simple and easy for more people to buy, sell, and store Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies.

They have 16 members of staff listed on their LinkedIn company page. One recent addition to the team is Iqbal Gandham, who has joined CoinBurp as a non-executive advisor. Previously, Iqbal was the UK Managing Director at eToro and Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) at Nutmeg.

They have a 4.9-star Trustpilot rating (1300+ reviews) and are the third highest ranking company in the “Cryptocurrency Service” category – with 97% of reviews rating them ‘Excellent’.

How Does CoinBurp Work?

CoinBurp is a cryptocurrency broker, which means you’ll be buying or selling directly with them.

You can access CoinBurp via a browser or by using their mobile app (iOS and Android). The mobile app is in beta, but I had no problems with it on an iPhone.

Like alternatives, you’ll need to complete verification before you can start using CoinBurp. From start to finish, this only took 15 minutes – so you won’t be left waiting around for days (or weeks).

Once you’ve sorted out that rubbish, you’re ready to deposit GBP and buy Bitcoin (BTC) or another supported cryptocurrency.

They’ve made the process super-simple.

Deposit GBP into CoinBurp

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  • Open up the CoinBurp app and tap on the ‘Wallets’ tab at the bottom.
  • Select ‘Deposit’ in the British Pounds (GBP) box.

  • Fill in how much you’d like to deposit.
  • Press ‘Continue’ when you’re happy.

  • You’ll then be shown a small warning that you MUST send GBP from a bank account in your own name – otherwise, it’ll be rejected.
  • Once you acknowledge that, you’ll be shown their bank details. Send GBP with a UK bank transfer to this. Make sure to include the reference.
  • You’ll get an email when your GBP has been credited and see it in the ‘Wallets’ tab in the mobile app.

Buying Bitcoin (BTC) with CoinBurp

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Once you’ve funded your CoinBurp account with GBP, you’re ready to buy Bitcoin (BTC).

  • Open the mobile app and make sure you’re on the ‘Trade’ tab.
  • Select ‘Buy’.
  • Input how much GBP you want to spend. Alternatively, you can input a specific amount of Bitcoin (BTC) that you want to buy.
  • Select ‘Next’.

  • Select ‘Complete’ if you’re happy with the details.
  • You’ll be shown a final screen where you can review the order details again. You’ll have 30 seconds to approve the order, or you’ll have to resubmit it again.

  • Once approved, head back to the ‘Wallets’ tab. The Bitcoin (BTC) should have been added to your account.

Can you deposit GBP from Revolut, Monzo, and Starling?

CoinBurp accepts deposits from neobanks like Revolut, Monzo, Starling, Atom, and Tide.

Can you open a business account on CoinBurp?

Supported Cryptocurrencies

CoinBurp currently supports six cryptocurrencies:

  • Bitcoin (BTC)
  • Ethereum (ETH)
  • Ripple (XRP)
  • Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
  • Litecoin (LTC)
  • Stellar (XLM)

They’re looking to support EOS (EOS), Tether (USDT), and numerous ERC-20 tokens in the future.

Payment Methods

You can deposit British Pounds (GBP) and Euro (EUR) into CoinBurp.

You can only deposit GBP with a UK bank transfer (via Faster Payments, BACS, or CHAPS). Most banks support Faster Payments (by default), but you can check here.

When I tested out CoinBurp, I found that GBP sent with a UK bank transfer via Faster Payments was credited in about 10 minutes.

You can also deposit EUR using a SEPA bank transfer if your country is part of the SEPA zone.

CoinBurp Fees


You’re not charged any explicit fees to buy Bitcoin (BTC) on CoinBurp. However, there are hidden fees included in the exchange rate that you’re quoted.

I found that Bitcoin (BTC) prices on CoinBurp were about 1.5% above the exchange rate quoted on popular cryptocurrency exchanges.

This seems competitive and in-line with what other popular cryptocurrency brokers are charging:

Cryptocurrency BrokerBitcoin (BTC) Fees Snapshot
Solidi1 - 2%
Bittylicious1 - 2%

The prices I was quoted for other cryptocurrencies available on CoinBurp were about the same too (between 1.4% and 1.6% higher).

When I asked CoinBurp, I was told that customers can usually expect the quoted prices for all cryptocurrencies to be about 1 – 1.5% above the real exchange rate. However, it can vary “depending on a number of market conditions”.


You won’t be charged any deposit fees if you send more than £100 with a UK bank transfer (via Faster Payments). You’ll pay a £0.50 charge if you deposit less than this.

Check out this page for more details.


You’ll be charged £5 if you withdraw GBP or €5 if you withdraw EUR.

This is higher than alternatives. However, it’s only going to a significant problem if you’re intending to make small withdrawals.

WithdrawalWithdrawal Fee Impact
£1005% of Withdrawal
£10000.5% of Withdrawal
£100000.05% of Withdrawal

Withdrawal fees for most cryptocurrencies currently look normal. But while it costs just £2-3 to withdraw Bitcoin (BTC), you’ll currently have to pay about £28 to withdraw Ethereum (ETH). However, you’ll pay the same withdrawal fees in lots of other places – as this is about what it currently costs to send a transaction on the ETH  network.


Your deposit limits will depend on your verification level.

You’ll need to verify your identity (e.g., driving license or passport) and address (e.g., bank statement or utility bill) to get level 1 verified.

To unlock level 2 limits, you’ll need to submit your passport and verify your source of funds with CoinBurp. Beyond this, you’ll have to complete “enhanced due diligence”.

Verification LevelDaily Deposit LimitYearly Deposit Limit
Level 1£10,000£15,000
Level 2£25,000£120,000
Level 3CustomCustom

This is annoying, but there’s no escaping it – as all cryptocurrency exchanges and brokers operating in the UK need to collect this information.


The closest alternatives to CoinBurp are CoinJar, Luno, and Coinbase.

Each of them focuses on making it quick and easy to buy Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies without getting ripped off. This is perfect if you’re a beginner and have never bought, sold, or stored Bitcoin (BTC) before.

CoinJar is the cheapest out of these three, charging a fixed fee of 1% and quoting Bitcoin (BTC) prices which are slightly above the prices you’d find on a cryptocurrency exchange (but not by much).

Check out my CoinJar review to learn more.

The Bottom Line

Everything about CoinBurp is beginner-friendly.

Here’s what I liked: 

  • It takes no time to create an account and get verified (15 minutes).
  • GBP sent with a UK bank transfer is credited quickly (within 10 minutes for me).
  • Buying Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies is straightforward and intuitive. 

CoinBurp’s fees seem competitive too. I was told there’s usually a spread of between 1 – 1.5% for any cryptocurrency they offer (although I found it was slightly higher than this when buying Bitcoin).

And there’s lots of positive sentiment on Trustpilot about them. Numerous people mention how quick and easy they’ve made it all, as well as their excellent customer support.

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