How to Buy Dogecoin (DOGE) in the UK (2020)

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The cheapest way to buy Dogecoin (DOGE) in the UK is with Bitcoin (BTC). It’s less convenient – as it involves a few more steps – but it’s significantly cheaper (less than 1% in fees).

Alternatively, you can buy Dogecoin (DOGE) directly with GBP – but you’ll pay at least 4% above the market rate for the added convenience.

In this guide, I’ll show you the best places to buy Dogecoin (DOGE) in the UK with Bitcoin (BTC) or with British Pounds (GBP).

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Cheaply Buy Litecoin in the UK (2020)

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Litecoin (LTC) is the fifth-largest cryptocurrency network, with a market capitalization of over $5bn. It was forked from Bitcoin (BTC) in late 2011 and is designed to be quicker and cheaper to transfer.

In 2020, it’s possible to get Litecoin (LTC) in lots of places at competitive rates directly with GBP.

But it’s still easy to get ripped off.

In this post, I’ll show you the cheapest way to buy Litecoin (LTC) in the UK with GBP with a UK bank transfer, a debit card, a credit card, or any other payment method.

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Cheaply Buy Ethereum in the UK (2020)

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Ethereum (ETH) is the second-largest cryptocurrency network. It supports loads of ERC-20 tokens on its blockchain, and it’s traded on most crypto exchanges.

But if you’re not careful?

You’ll get ripped off. You might end up unnecessarily paying high fees when buying Ethereum (ETH) with GBP in the UK.

In this post, I’ll show you the cheapest way to buy Ethereum (ETH) in the UK with GBP.

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Digax Exchange Review (2020)

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Digax’s website has been in maintenance mode for a number of weeks and there is no activity on their Twitter since early 2019. If you’re looking for alternative places to buy Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies in the UK, then check out my list of the best ways to buy Bitcoin (BTC) in the UK.

Digax.com is a UK-based digital asset company established in 2017. Alongside other services they’re currently developing, you can use their exchange to buy and sell bitcoin (BTC) with GBP (via UK bank transfers).

But who are Digax? Can you trust them? Do they offer competitive rates?

Find out in this Digax Review.

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How to Buy Bitcoin Anonymously in the UK (2019)

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There are some parts of your life you don’t want the world to see.

If your bitcoin (BTC) activity is one of them, you’ve arrived at the right place.

This guide will show you how to buy bitcoin with no ID in the UK (while staying completely under the radar). Follow these steps and it’ll be exceedingly difficult for anyone to discover you even own bitcoin, let alone what you’re doing with it. 

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Vimba.co Review (2020)

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Vimba announced on the 24th September 2020 that they were shutting down all of their products.

A great alternative is Coinfloor Auto Buy. With this, you can setup recurring purchases of as a little as £10 worth of Bitcoin (BTC). Fees are just 2% (50p minimum).

Check out Coinfloor’s website for more information.

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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