Information About Processors – Buying and Selling

Bitcoin and cryptocurrency processors allow one to convert digital cash into “real money.” These processors are like exchanges – you end up paying more when you buy than when you sell. Also, many of these processors are very particular with tying in banks – you need to prove your citizenship through a drivers license and/or a passport of the country you represent.

As of now, bitcoin.org has a number of exchanges listed and a number that aren’t. These exchanges include (and is still growing):

International

Bitsquare
Bitstamp
Bitwage
Coinbase – you can only sell if a US citizen, not international.
Kraken – withdrawal fees found here.

Local Bitcoins
Xapo

Argentina

Ripio
SatoshiTango

Canada

Canadian Bitcoins
QuickBT – easy to buy, not sell

Einstein.exchange

QuadrigaCX

China

BTCC

Mexico

Bitso
Volabit

Saudi Arabia

BitOasis

South Africa

iceCUBED
Luno

South Korea

Bithumb
Coinone
Korbit

Turkey

BTCTurk

United States

Coinbase
Gemini
itBit – this is a U.S. processor but also processes to international banks via wire transfer.

Bitcoin.org also recommends Bitcoinworldwide, which allows one to buy Bitcoins.