Best Bitcoin Debit Cards (2020)

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Interest in Bitcoin (BTC) is continuing to grow, but only a tiny percentage of merchants accept it (or any other cryptocurrency). Fortunately, there are more and more bitcoin debit cards (e.g. Wirex).

Bitcoin debit cards allow you to instantly convert and spend your cryptocurrency online and in-store. There are some minor exceptions, but they’re usually accepted anywhere that a standard Visa debit card is.

But what’s the best bitcoin debit card in the UK?

In this post, I’ll go through the best bitcoin debit card options available to you in the UK.

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Although there are plenty of ways to make one-off purchases of Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies, there aren’t many ways that you set up recurring automatic investments.

Vimba is the perfect way to do this. It makes it easy to dollar-cost average into bitcoin (and other cryptocurrencies) in the UK, New Zealand, and Europe.

In this Vimba review, I’m going to dive in and explore how it works and what it has to offer the crypto-community in the UK and New Zealand.

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Buy Bitcoin with a Debit Card in the UK (2020)

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Looking for the best way to buy Bitcoin (BTC) with a debit or credit card in the UK?

Although it’s a popular and well-recommended option, Coinbase is NOT the cheapest way to buy Bitcoin (BTC) with a debit card in the UK. You’ll be charged 4% in fees to buy using a debit card.

In this post, I’ll quickly highlight the absolute cheapest way (about 1% in fees) to buy Bitcoin (BTC) with a debit card in the UK.

Remember: I’m not a financial advisor. Check out my full disclaimer.

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How to Sell Bitcoin in the UK (2020)

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Looking to sell Bitcoin (BTC) in the UK?

There’s an ever-growing number of places that you can sell Bitcoin (BTC) in the UK. But they’re not all created equal. There can be a BIG difference in the fees that are charged across these websites.

So where can you sell Bitcoin (BTC) in the UK without getting ripped off?

In this post, I’ve ranked the best places where you can sell Bitcoin (BTC) in the UK.

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Revolut Cryptocurrency Review (2020)

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In December 2017, Revolut rolled out a feature which allows you to buy, sell, and hold cryptocurrency from within their mobile app.

There’s no doubt: Revolut is a fast, simple, and easy way to buy, sell, and hold cryptocurrencies. But I do not recommend Revolut’s crypto exchange.

Want to know why? Read my full Revolut cryptocurrency review to find out more.

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Market Corrections: ‘Buying the Dip’

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In a previous post, I talked about dollar-cost averaging (DCA) – an investment strategy which is simple to setup and should reduce the impact of Bitcoin’s volatile price on your average purchase price. There’s another piece of the puzzle I want to discuss though: ‘buying the dip’. In this post, I delve into why you 100% should buy the dip, why most people don’t or can’t, and how to set yourself up to take advantage of opportunities.

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