How to Buy Bitcoin in India
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WazirX is India's largest cryptocurrency exchanges, with over 400,000 users. Buy and sell Bitcoin and over 80 tokens online, through its exchange or P2P marketplace. You can also buy, sell and mint your own NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens) through its marketplace. Refer friends and earn 50% commission on every trade, paid in WRX, its native token. As WazirX is owned by Binance, you can now connect your accounts and trade across both platforms.
Bitbns is the fastest and easiest way to buy Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in India. Fund your account in INR, AED, USD or THB from an Indian bank account or your mobile phone (through BHIM, Tez, Paytm or Phonepe). Buy and hold cryptocurrency, or receive interest through savings accounts, including on BTC. Alternatively, you can trade on margin with leverage up to 4 times your initial deposit.
Buy or sell Bitcoin, Ethereum or Tether from people like you on Paxful, one of the world's largest peer-to-peer marketplaces. Paxful accepts over 300 payment methods, and no bank account is required. Buy with confidence, as all transactions are protected by a secure escrow service. Then store your coins safely in Paxful's free crypto wallet. Because Paxful uses Bitcoin's Lightning Network, it's cheaper and faster to buy and sell Bitcoin through its service.
Huobi is one of the world's largest cryptocurrency exchanges. Buy and sell Bitcoin and over 300 coins through its exchange with low fees. Alternatively, you can buy cryptocurrency with no fees at all through Huobi P2P, its peer-to-peer marketplace. Speculate on cryptocurrency prices through futures and swaps. Or receive interest through crypto savings accounts.
Binance is the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange. Buy and sell Bitcoin and over 350 coins through its exchange with low fees. Alternatively, buy anonymously from others through its peer-to-peer marketplace. Speculate on cryptocurrency prices through futures and options. Or receive interest through crypto savings accounts and "liquidity pools".