How To Join Cryptocurrency In Philippines

How to join cryptocurrency in philippines

How to join cryptocurrency in philippines

This is the first step you need to do in getting into crypto. You need to join an exchange or a broker where you can use your fiat money (dollar or peso) to buy that cryptocurrency. You will also need this exchange or broker when you want to cash out or exchange your cryptocurrency into fiat money (dollar or peso).

Some of these exchanges or brokers only offer the main cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum or Litecoin.

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You can use these main cryptocurrencies in other exchanges to buy that particular cryptocurrency that you are after.

Below are 3 of my most used exchanges for fiat to crypto.

CoinSpot

For the Australians or people living in Australia, you can join CoinSpot.

CoinSpot has plenty cryptocurrencies to chose from. You can also trade cryptocurrencies with AUD pairing and vice versa.

You can join CoinSpot HERE.

Go HERE for a step by step tutorial in depositing and buying crypto in CoinSpot.

Coins

This exchange is mostly catered for the Filipinos or people living in the Philippines.

How to join cryptocurrency in philippines

I have used this as an alternative money remittance to and from the Philippines.

You can join Coins.ph HERE.

Go HERE for a step by step tutorial in depositing and buying crypto in Coins.

Coinbase

Coinbase is mostly the US but you can also deposit or buy crypto using your debit or credit cards.

You can join Coinbase HERE.

Go HERE for a step by step tutorial in depositing and buying crypto in Coinbase.

Almost every country have their own exchanges as an onramp offramp for crypto.

The 3 exchanges mentioned above are a good start.

If you are in Australia and have relatives or friends in the Philippines where you normally send money, having an account with CoinSpot and Coins are great.

Having an account with Coinbase is also great as a second option just in case the other exchanges have problems.

Once you have an account on those exchanges it is time for the second step, buying that cryptocurrency you want whether to trade or to hold as an investment.