You can buy Bitcoin with VISA or MasterCard right in the interface of Atomic Wallet and convert your USD or EUR to BTC.
Even if you have a JPY, CAD, or any other currency card, those currencies are automatically converted to either EUR or USD, depending on your choice. We accept these local currencies:
USD (United States Dollar), EUR (Euro), CAD (Canadian Dollar), JPY (Japanese Yen), RUB (Russian ruble), AUD (Australian Dollar), KRW (South Korean won), CHF (Swiss Franc), CZK (Czech Koruna), DKK (Danish Krone), NOK (Norwegian Krone), NZD (New Zealand Dollar), PLN (Poland złoty), SEK (Swedish Krona), TRY (Turkish lira), ZAR (South African Rand), HUF (Hungarian Forint), ILS (Israeli New Shekel).
Buying Bitcoin in Atomic Wallet is quite easy and doesn’t require specific tech skills. The wallet empowers you with high-level Security with a convenient and clear interface, 300+ coins and tokens support, built-in cryptocurrency exchange, and atomic swaps. Our motto is “Only you control your funds!” and it’s 100% true. Private keys (which gives you access to your funds) are generated out of a unique mnemonic seed and securely kept on your device, so this is only YOU who controls them.
Rates, Security, and how it works?
The fees are fixed at 2%. Each operation is entirely conducted by Simplex, an EU licensed card processing company. You choose an amount and currency to buy and verify your ID. Then your bank holds funds until Simplex approves the request and makes an exchange. The average time of receiving crypto is 30 minutes.
What is Bitcoin
Bitcoin is a pioneer cryptocurrency that has the largest market capitalization. Created in 2013, BTC is now used by millions of people worldwide. Bitcoin became a basis of a decentralized finance (DeFi) economics and allowed users from any state to make borderless money transfers with incredibly low fees. It’s not controlled or issued by any governance. Unlike regular money, it’s impossible to print new Bitcoins anytime. New BTCs are generated as a result of a complicated mathematical process called mining, and no one can speed it up or change the rules. Only people control Bitcoin’s market price.
Where to store Bitcoin
When we’re talking about any type of money, the Security of your funds is essential. In a cryptocurrency world, you need a special app called wallet to have access to your Bitcoins or other assets. If you store your BTC in a decentralized wallet, you are the only one who has access to your funds. It’s a necessary step to financial freedom, but also a significant personal responsibility. After purchasing Bitcoin, it will be automatically added to your address in Atomic wallet app, and you can use it in any way you want.
What to do with Bitcoin
Any funds have a purpose, and Bitcoin isn’t an exception.
Nowadays, there’s plenty of ways to use Bitcoin. Let’s take a look at the most popular.
1. Hold Bitcoin
In the early days of Bitcoin, its price was about $1. As of February 2020, Ethereum costs about 10,000 US dollars. Cryptocurrency is a risky investment, but if you’re doing proper research and interacts with the crypto community, you have a big chance to multiply your investments. We strongly recommend starting from a small amount of BTC to get your own experience. Know more about Bitcoin’s price and predictions on it.
2. Trade/ Exchange Bitcoin
Besides of BTC, there are plenty of other cryptocurrencies. Each of them has it’s own specifications, purposes, usability, and prices. After buying BTC, you can instantly swap your funds to any other asset. Atomic Wallet provides flawless exchange BTC to 100+ coins and tokens, including Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), Litecoin (LTC). Check the guide to know more about the best Bitcoin exchanges and how they work.
3. Pay with Bitcoin
Nowadays, a lot of services accept Bitcoins as a payment method. You can buy any goods for BTC: from coffee in the near cafe to new shoes in online clothes-shops, paintings in art galleries, and even realty. Check Atomic’s Ultimate guide on how to spend Bitcoin smartly.
4. Donate Bitcoin
Bitcoin is one of the most popular methods to participate in charity, because of it’s decentralized nature and anonymity. If you want to help someone – BTC is the way!