How To Buy Bitcoin With Credit Card

Man Buying Bitcoin with credit card

Buy Bitcoin with Credit Card

Looking to buy Bitcoin in a simple and hassle free manner without long wait times? You’re in the right place. IBIS Instant Buy offers the fastest and simplest way to buy Bitcoin with credit or debit cards. IBIS InstantBuy offers you the most competitive rates and highest limits on the market. Buying your Bitcoin with a credit card is now as easy as following the three steps below:

How to Buy Bitcoin with Visa or Mastercard

You can use your Visa or Mastercard to purchase Bitcoin via IBIS InstantBuy with no verification for trades of €150 or less.

STEP 1

 

Buy Bitcoin with credit card step 1

Enter your email address, we will email you a verification code to ensure that it is correct. Your email will be used to login in the future, as well as for purchase confirmations, receipts and customer support.

STEP 2

Buy Bitcoin with credit card step 2

Enter the security code we’ll email you to verify that the email is correct and agree to the terms and conditions.

STEP 3

 

Buy Bitcoin with credit card step 3

Enter your name, surname date of birth and address. This is a legal requirement for anyone looking to use our services. We will never sell your data to third parties.

 

 

Simple & Fast

IBIS was designed to make purchasing Bitcoin as quick and easy as possible. Simply register using your email, click the link we email you to verify it and you’re all set!

Instant Delivery

Once purchased, your Bitcoin is delivered to your wallet in matter of minutes. Check out our help guide of you need help in setting up your wallet

 

Secure & Trusted

IBIS is partnered with world leading payment processors and infrastructure partners to ensure that every aspect of its services to you are secure, regulated and legitimate.

What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin, often abbreviated to BTC is a digital currency that was created in 2009. Its creator, the pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto who has never been identified built Bitcoin to follow the ideas laid out in his whitepaper entitled Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System.

Bitcoin offers its users a decentralised financial system free from intervention by governments and central banks. Bitcoin is a self-sovereign currency, meaning that no one can confiscate or seize your Bitcoin as long as you don’t give them access to your private keys. As there is no central bank or government involved, it is impossible for these entities to dilute its value via monetary policy or simply printing money. There will only ever be 21 million Bitcoins in the world.

Bitcoin’s advantages over traditional financial systems include near-instant payment speed, and very low transaction fees, making it much more suited to the modern day global economy.

There is no such thing as a physical Bitcoin. All balances are maintained on public ledger called a Blockchain, which is secured by enormous amounts of computing power and is all but impossible to corrupt.

Bitcoin is a digital form of money running on a distributed network of computers. The first cryptocurrency that came into existence, Bitcoin was conceptualized in a whitepaper published in 2008 by someone who uses the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. More than a decade after its creation on January 3, 2009, Bitcoin is currently the most widely known and used cryptocurrency.