Coinbase vs CoinJar (2022)

Coinbase and CoinJar are two powerful, yet user-friendly crypto trading platforms.

Coinbase is a popular choice for anyone that wants a simple way to trade crypto and access to a slew of crypto-related features. But it’s not as cheap as CoinJar – which offers much lower trading fees when buying cryptocurrencies with a UK bank transfer or a debit card.

But which crypto platform is the overall better choice?

In this Coinbase vs CoinJar match-up, I’ll compare the advantages and disadvantages of both companies side-by-side.

Let’s get to it.

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Swissborg Review (2022)

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SwissBorg is a Switzerland-based crypto investing app that lets you trade and earn interest on more than 2 dozen cryptocurrencies. It offers low fees and a user-friendly interface to make crypto investing as convenient as possible.

This sounds fantastic. But how does SwissBorg compare to other crypto trading apps?

In this SwissBorg review, I’ll run through what this crypto app has to offer. I’ll talk about the app’s pros, cons, features, and fees to help you decide if it’s worth signing up.

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Bitpanda Review (2022)

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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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Binance Alternatives (2022)

Binance is one of the largest and most popular crypto exchanges on the planet thanks to its low fees and huge number of supported cryptocurrencies.

But Binance is also known for its poor customer support, history of security compromises, and its laundry list of issues with financial authorities around the world. You wouldn’t be blamed if you wanted to look elsewhere for their crypto trading needs.

Thankfully, there are plenty of great Binance alternatives out there.

Let’s take a look at some of the most popular ones.

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How to Buy Orchid (OXT) in the UK (2022)

Although you can’t buy Orchid (OXT) directly with GBP on Kraken, it still seems to work out as one of the cheapest places to buy it in the UK (max 0.26% fees).

Alternatively, check out CoinJar. They have a user-friendly browser interface and mobile app that makes it quick and easy to buy Orchid (OXT) and 45+ other cryptocurrencies with a UK bank transfer (1% fixed fee).

Check out this quick post to learn more.

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How to Buy (FET) in the UK (2022)

Based in the UK and looking to get your hands on some (FET)?

The cheapest option I’ve been able to find for UK residents is Coinbase’s Advanced Trade dashboard (max 0.6% trading fees). However, this isn’t a beginner-friendly option.

For more details (and further options) check out the full post.

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How to Buy Cartesi (CTSI) in the UK (2022)

Looking to buy Cartesi (CTSI) in the UK?

Just below this introduction, there’s a table with a list of some of the most popular cryptocurrency platforms where you can find it.

And below that, I’ve run through three of my favourite options.

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How to Buy Audius (AUDIO) in the UK (2022)

Looking to buy Audius (AUDIO) in the UK?

The cheapest place where I was able to find it available to buy with GBP in the UK is CoinJar. You can deposit GBP into CoinJar for free using a UK bank transfer, and then you’ll be charged 1% to buy Audius (AUDIO) using your account balance.

For more details, or alternatives to consider, scroll down and read the full post.

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How to Buy Origin Protocol (OGN) In the UK (2022)

Looking to buy Origin Protocol (OGN) in the UK?

Kraken, a popular cryptocurrency exchange, seems like the cheapest way to buy Origin Protocol Token (OGN) in the UK. You’ll pay a maximum of 0.46% in trading fees, as you’ll have to deposit GBP, exchange that for EUR, then use that to buy OGN.

But if you don’t want that faff, or want somewhere that’s a bit more beginner friendly, then check out the rest of this post.

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