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Question

Are serous Bitcoin wallets (where I can buy into) generally connected to person/country?
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What is a good one where I can quickly buy with a Belgian national transfer?

anon

I use www.kraken.com. They accept SEPA euro transfers.

Jun 10, 2018 14:37
Innovator

It is not a Wallet, is it?

Jun 10, 2018 15:38
Edi

Revolut is one of them. They are based in London and you can deposit funds via bank transfer and invest in bitcoins

Jun 11, 2018 12:26
KCA

BitPay and Coinbase are safe wallet, they are both based in the US but I have used Bitpay from Europe for a long time and even the VISA card connected to the American banks. Do not put your crypto on a exchange if you are not activity using the exchange for trading. It does happen that exchanges crashes and when it does there are no guarantees that you will get back what was on your account.

If you are living in Belgium or Nederland you can look up your nearest Orillia ATM is (orillia dot be). Their ATM's take cash and gives you a paper wallet or uploads it directly to your wallet. You'll have to register your ID by picture.

Or you can go on an exchange, I recommend BitFinex. It is an exchange but a reliable one that you can buy and transfer one cryptocurrency into another white easy and then up to your wallet.

If you are interested in local cryptocurrency I recommend you to look up BeFrank at getfrank dot be , it is a up and coming currency based in Belgium. BeFrank is made by a group of people experts in data security and bitcoin and unlike other crypto the currency has ties to the government so it will be interesting seeing where it will go. I'm working on the project myself as a graphic designer and if anyone is interested joining the team click in to getfrank dot be and see what you can do to contribute, we need all sorts of skills!

Jun 11, 2018 18:13