Bitcoins are best purchased online at cryptocurrency exchanges. Good exchange offices include, for example, the Finex.cz exchange office, but there are also other sites, such as SimpleCoin. Bitcoin can also be purchased on cryptocurrency exchanges.
Interest in buying bitcoin and selling bitcoin is rising significantly. Trading and exchanges take place through stock exchanges and exchange offices, or direct trades, at bitcoin ATMs or CFD investments. How to buy bitcoin? You need to buy a so-called bitcoin wallet, where you will store your coins. It involves the installation of special software (free of charge) or you can use a service mediated by a stock exchange or exchange company – similar to having a bank account. Most cryptocurrency exchanges also offer wallets. Then you choose a stock exchange or exchange office to buy a bitcoin according to its reputation, exchange rate and fees.
There are considerable differences between the individual stock exchanges and exchange offices of Bitcoin. Some offer advantageous courses, others less advantageous, but charge low fees. Other differences are in liquidity, speed of transactions and access to money laundering (usually user identification requirements).
Bitcoin ATMs can be found in many European cities. You need a bitcoin wallet to use it (bitcoins are not real coins, so you will never get them in the form of currencies), but you can set it up directly with an ATM or use your existing one, with identification on a mobile phone or printed on paper.
You can also buy and sell bitcoins in full cash – you enter the transaction via the application and pay for BTC at the branch or, conversely, you receive cash at the branch. You need a bitcoin address to enter it in the application or you can generate a new one here. You will receive the order, including the payment number, print it out and pay for it at the store.