USD Coin is a stablecoin that is pegged to the US Dollar. Each USDC is backed by one US dollar or asset with equivalent fair value, which is held in accounts with regulated US financial institutions.

Compare Accounts For Buying & Selling USD Coin (USDC)

Use our comparison table of USD Coin (USDC) accounts to compare costs and the different ways to buy and sell USD Coin (USDC).  Please Note: Investing in USD Coin (USDC) and other cryptocurrencies is very high risk and not regulated by the FCA. There is a very high chance you may lose all your money.

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Coinbase has around 43 million verified users in over 100 countries that use Coinbase to buy and sell Bitcoin and over 30 other cryptocurrencies.Coinbase charges a spread of about one-half of one percent (0.50%) for cryptocurrency purchases and cryptocurrency salesSee Offer


As well as Bitcoin you can buy Litecoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash and XRP in these Fiat currecnies: GBP, USD & EUR + 30 other global currenciesBuying Bitcoin with Revolut starts at $1, set price alerts, and auto exchanges.See Offer

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Yes, you can spread bet on Bitcoin, although to spread bet on Bitcoin you need a professional trading account as the FCA has banned retail investors from trading cryptocurrency derivatives. Different types of Bitcoin spread betting: There are a few different types of Bitcoin spread betting which enables traders to trade Bitcoin in different ways,

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Six Market Trends to Watch in 2022

Six Market Trends to Watch in 2022

2021 was a fantastic year for many investors. Many ‘stonks’ rose to dizzying heights; while shareholders of big tech stocks made a bundle. The leader of the pack was, the ultimate risk asset: Bitcoin. Visual Capitalist has compiled an excellent summary of returns for 2021. All this, however, is now history. What lies ahead is

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How to invest in the Metaverse

Many investors are itching to buy metaverse-related securities, hoping to make a bundle on it quickly. New exciting concepts always attractive speculative capital, like the dot-com companies in the nineties. Companies know that too. Just re-brand the corporate name to ‘dot-com’ and – voila! – the stock price surges. How do you invest in the

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CME launches Micro Ether Futures trading

The Chicago based CME has announced the launch of Micro Futures on Ethereum this is the latest development in the CMEs rollout of cryptocurrency derivatives. What are Ether Micro futures? Microfutures are futures contracts with a much smaller contract size than their standard lot cousins. In this case, the contracts are over the price of

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