How to buy Bitcoin, Ethereum and cryptocurrency in Singapore? (Updated July 2019)
Complete guide to invest in cryptocurrency in Singapore
Blockchain technology was introduced in 2009 and Bitcoin was the first cryptocurrency created by Satoshi Nakamoto. Over the years lots of “Alt Coins” was introduced with newer tech and different use cases. A few popular “Alt coins” are
If you have invested in Bitcoin during Feb-March 2011 and have kept it since you would probably be SGD $16,999 richer by now for each Bitcoin you own since the price of Bitcoin was only $1 dollar back then. That is a whopping 16999% profit from every $1 dollar invested.
It is 2019 now and during this 10 years, we have seen Bitcoin hitting the highest price point at around SGD $26,000 on 17 Dec 2017 and a year later fell to a loss of 83% at SGD $4,400 on 17 Dec 2017.
Giant tech companies are getting involved in the blockchain technology and the perfect example is Libra, a cryptocurrency created by Facebook. Locally we also have Qoo10 that has Quube.
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Step 1: Buy
Coinbase is the most popular exchange for any beginner and also the easiest way to purchase your first cryptocurrency with your credit/debit card. There have a Buy / Sell fees of 1.49% and a credit/debit card fees of 3.99%. They even have an app for any Android or IOS devices. The platform is clean and easy to understand.
Do not be complicated by Binance.com which we will talk about it later on the trade part.
Singapore is lucky as
Click here to sign up for Xfers Click here to sign up for
Xfers is just like another PayPal which act as a payment platform but Xfers focus on Digital Currency (Cryptocurrency) hence once you sign up for Xfers you can link your bank directly and you can deposit and withdraw your money directly from your bank.
After which you can send your funds to
Step 2: Trade
This is for the more
Crpto exchange acts like stock exchange. We have listed 3 of the biggest crypto exchange for your references. Simply transfer your coins to these exchanges and you can start trading. Do note that you need to check if the cryptocurrency you are interested in is listed there simply by checking on Coinmarketcap.
Simply search for the coin you want and you can see on which exchange is the cryptocurrency listed.
Binance (Largest exchange)
2) Huobi (2nd Largest exchange
Kucoin (3rd largest exchange)
Step 3: Withdraw
After gaining profits and now you decided to draw out the money to your bank account. In the past, we can easily withdraw money from Coinbase but as of today, we are unable to do so.
The next easier was is to just withdraw from your