Bitstamp Review (2021)

Bitstamp launched in 2013 as the main alternative to Mt. Gox in Europe. In 2021, it finds itself comfortably within the top 15 exchanges based on daily spot volume and lists a total of 40 cryptocurrencies – all of which can be purchased using GBP.

If you’re looking for an in-depth review of Bitstamp, the services it offers, and its pros and cons, then look no further – it’s all included below!

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KuCoin Review (2021)

Since launching in 2017, KuCoin has positioned itself as one of the most feature-rich cryptocurrency exchanges in operation and currently serves over eight million users.

Along with its wealth of services and markets, the platform lists an impressive 470 coins and averages just under $2 billion USD in spot transactions per day, putting it comfortably within the top 10 global exchanges.

If you’re interested in finding out more about KuCoin and the different services it offers, then stick around and keep reading this KuCoin review.

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Coinpass Review (2021)

Coinpass allows you to trade Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies using its instant buy feature or more advanced trading terminal.

But is it Coinpass all it’s cracked up to be?

In this Coinpass review, I’m going to give you an in-depth look at what the firm is all about. I’ll also run through how Coinpass works, what features it offers, and its various advantages and disadvantages.

Read on to learn more!

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Coinfloor Review (2021)

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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Coinbase Pro Review (2021)

Coinbase Pro is a crypto exchange that’s part of the wider Coinbase platform. It offers an advanced trading terminal that’s ideal for experienced investors.

In this Coinbase Pro review, we’ll do a deep dive into what Coinbase Pro is and how it works. We’ll look at the features that the platform offers for advanced traders as well as its advantages and disadvantages when compared to other exchanges.

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Kraken Review (2021)

Since beginning operations in 2013, Kraken has established itself as one of the premier global cryptocurrency exchanges. It currently lists 87 cryptocurrencies and 12 currency pairs.

Aside from simple spot trading, Kraken offers several other services. This includes staking, futures contracts, margin trading, and even an over-the-counter (OTC) desk.

If you’re interested in finding out more about Kraken, how it works, and what it offers, then stick around and continue reading this Kraken review!

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Binance Review (2021)

Binance logo over their trading interface

Binance is a popular cryptocurrency exchange that allows you to buy, sell, and store more than 250 cryptocurrencies. It also allows you to deposit fiat currencies such as GBP, EUR, and USD.

You can also use Binance to earn interest by lending or staking your cryptocurrency, get a loan using your cryptocurrency as collateral, and spend your cryptocurrency anywhere that Visa is accepted using the Binance Card.

 Check out this Binance review for everything you need to know.

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Gemini Review (2021)

What is Gemini? How does it all work? What are the fees like?

In this Gemini review, I’m going to cover everything you need to know – including the pros and cons, the list of supported cryptocurrencies, the fees you’ll be charged, and much more!

Let’s get to it.

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bitFlyer Review (2021)

bitFlyer is a cryptocurrency exchange established in 2014 which now operates in the EU, the US, and Japan.

But is bitFlyer trustworthy? How does it work? How competitive are its fees?

In this bitFlyer review, I’ll cover everything you need to know before you give it a shot.

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How to Buy Dogecoin (DOGE) in the UK (2021)

Shiba Inu (Dogecoin)

The cheapest way to buy Dogecoin (DOGE) with GBP in the UK is on Coinbase Pro. On this popular cryptocurrency exchange, you can deposit GBP with a UK bank transfer (for free) and then buy Dogecoin (DOGE) without paying high fees (max 0.5%).

Alternatively, you can buy Dogecoin (DOGE) with BC Bitcoin. However, you’ll normally pay at least 5% in fees for the little bit of added convenience it provides. With our exclusive discount, you can take this down to 3%.

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

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