Bitpanda Review (2022)

Bitpanda is a European-based investment platform that lets traders buy and sell crypto, precious metals, stocks, and ETFs.

But is Bitpanda a good choice for UK investors? How do its fees and features stack up to the competition?

In this Bitpanda review, I’ll investigate what the company has to offer. I’ll go through everything from the firm’s onboarding process to its many features so you can decide if it’s the right trading platform for your needs.

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eToro Cryptocurrency Review (2022)

eToro is a popular international investment platform that also offers simplified crypto trading.

But is eToro’s crypto trading platform worth using?

In this eToro review, I’ll run through how eToro’s crypto trading feature works, whether you can withdraw your coins to an external wallet, and what fees you can expect.

Let’s get straight to it.

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What Is Faster Payments (FPS)?

Faster Payments (FPS) is an electronic money transfer service that lets you send funds with lightning speed between banks, digital payments providers, and crypto exchanges.

But how does it work? And how does it stack up against other bank transfer methods in the UK?

In this guide to all things Faster Payments, I’m going to go through everything you need to know.

Let’s get to it!

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Coinfloor Review (2022)

Coinfloor announced on 4th October 2021 that its UK exchange platform was being acquired by CoinCorner. You can find out more in this post on Coinfloor’s website.

Check out my CoinCorner review for everything you need to know about them.

For alternative options, check out my list of the best places to buy Bitcoin (BTC) in the UK.

What do I do if I already have a Coinfloor account?

If you already have a Coinfloor account, you have two options:

  • Transfer your account over to CoinCorner (including balances and account details).
  • Withdraw your balances and close your account.

If you do transfer your account over to CoinCorner, it doesn’t seem like you’ll need to go through the faff of verifying your identity again.

If you decide to withdraw your balances and close your account:

  • You’ll be charged 0.0005 BTC to withdraw Bitcoin (BTC).
  • You cannot withdraw any GBP if your balance is below £30.

If you don’t take any action before the 1st November 2021, then you’ll automatically be migrated over to CoinCorner. 

You can make your choice by logging into your Coinfloor account on its website. When I went through this process, this is what I saw (click to expand):

You’ll receive a few emails with your transaction history after you’ve closed your account or transferred it over to CoinCorner.

Coinfloor is a UK-based crypto exchange that allows you easily buy Bitcoin (BTC) with GBP using its mobile app or trade it using its web interface.

In this Coinfloor review, we discuss all this platform’s major features. We’ll look at the fees that Coinfloor charges, its background and safety record, and the platform’s pros and cons.

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Buy Decred (DCR) in the UK (2022)

Looking to buy Decred (DCR) in the UK?

In this quick guide, I’m going to go through some of the places where I’ve found Decred (DCR) available to buy in the UK.

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CoinBurp Review (2022)

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.

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