How to buy crypto coin and Bitcoin through Coinbase Pro and save on fees versus buying through Coinbase
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In this video, I’ll show you how to save a lot of money by purchasing your crypto coins through Coinbase Pro rather than through Coinbase.
Did you know that Coinbase and Coinbase Pro can be used in conjunction with each other to save lots of money on fees?
Despite being the same company, Coinbase fees are far more expensive than Coinbase Pro’s.
Coinbase Pro Bitcoin buying fee = 0.5%
Coinbase Bitcoin buying fee = up to 4%
So why do people use Coinbase to buy Bitcoin? Because Coinbase Pro is a trading platform that most people find intimidating to use. Coinbase Pro is very easy to use and once you know how, it will save you lots of money in fees.
In this video, I’ll show you:
How to use Coinbase along with Pro
Where to locate your crypto coin and Bitcoin wallet addresses
How to transfer money between the two platforms
How to buy Bitcoin and other crypto coins on Coinbase Pro
How to transfer purchased Bitcoins or other crytpo coins
No matter which crypto coin you want to buy, you can save a ton of money in fees by purchasing them through Coinbase Pro.
You can use Coinbase whether you live in the USA or the UK and from many other countries.
Sign up for a Coinbase account and receive $10 of free Bitcoin when you buy or sell $100 of cryptocurrency. (When you open an account through my website, it helps me to continue to offer new reviews and update existing ones).
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