CoinCorner review

Learn more about CoinCorner, a simple bitcoin exchange.

CoinCorner is a European bitcoin exchange, founded in 2014 with the goal of making bitcoin buying easy. It offers a mobile wallet app that lets you buy, sell and transfer bitcoin on the go through an easy range of payment options.

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Product Name CoinCorner Bitcoin Exchange
Fiat Currencies GBP, EUR
Cryptocurrencies BTC, ETH, LTC, XRP
Deposit Methods Bank transfer
Credit or Debit Card
Trading Fee 1%
Deposit Fees Bank transfer: Fees vary
Debit/Credit card: 2.5%
Neteller: 3.2%
Cryptocurrency: None
Withdrawal Fees Bank transfer: Fees vary
Debit/Credit card: 0.80 GBP / 1 EUR
Cryptocurrency: Fees vary
Disclaimer: This information should not be interpreted as an endorsement of cryptocurrency or any specific provider, service or offering. It is not a recommendation to trade.

What is CoinCorner?

CoinCorner is a bitcoin exchange with its own wallet for mobile and desktop use. This gives you one secure tool to buy, sell, store and transfer your bitcoin.

You can use CoinCorner if you’re at least 18.

Using it to buy bitcoin is as simple as creating an account, depositing funds and then making your purchase.

You can find all of its other features within a simple user-friendly layout that anyone can use.

It’s a peer-to-peer exchange, so you can trade with other users at potentially competitive prices, and it’s designed to be just as easy as buying something from a shop.

What currencies does CoinCorner accept?

CoinCorner lets you deposit funds in euros and pounds, although the available payment methods may vary for each.

What countries is CoinCorner available in?

You can use CoinCorner anywhere in the world, although it’s designed for use in Europe, which means many of the deposit options are not available elsewhere, including in Australia.

Payment methods

You can make deposits to your CoinCorner account using the following methods:

  • Bank transfer
  • Debit and credit card
  • Neteller

You can make withdrawals from your CoinCorner account using the following methods:

  • Bank transfer
  • Debit and credit card

Naturally, you can make digital currency (bitcoin) deposits and withdrawals as well.

CoinCorner fees

There are fees for transfers and exchanges.

DepositBank TransferFees vary
DepositDebit/Credit Card2.5%
DepositDigital CurrencyFree
Exchange RateBuy/Sell Digital Currency1%
RefundDebit/Credit CardGBP£5.00/EUR€5.00
WithdrawalBank TransferFees vary
WithdrawalDebit/Credit Card0.80 GBP / 1 EUR
WithdrawalDigital CurrencyVariable (dependent on network congestion)
WithdrawalNetellerService not offered

Transfer times

All bitcoin transfers will typically be completed in a few minutes, but CoinCorner warns that it might take up to three days if it needs to move funds around first.

Your fiat currency transfers will be subject to the usual transfer times for each method.

This is usually up to two or three business days for bank transfers and same-day for card transfers.

Transfer limits

Your own transfer limits will be shown before you make a transaction and may be different to these general limits.

AccountWithout account verificationTypically GBP£100/EUR€130 maximum
DepositBank transferNo limits (EUR service currently unavailable)
DepositCryptocurrencyNo limits
DepositDebit/credit card (min-max per 24 hours)GBP£10/EUR€10 minimum. Variable maximum limit may apply.
DepositNeteller (min-max per 24 hours)GBP£20-5,000/EUR€20-5,000
ExchangeBuy/sell digital currency (min-max per trade)GBP£5-10,000/EUR€5-10,000
RefundDebit/credit cardEquivalent value of debit/credit card deposit
WithdrawalBank transfer (min-max)GBP£5/EUR€40.No set maximum limit.
WithdrawalCryptocurrency (min-max)No limits

Safety, security and privacy

CoinCorner operates in line with the following industry best practises:

  • Holds over 95% of customer funds offline in cold storage, which is much safer from digital theft.
  • All services run over SSL (HTTPS).
  • Two-factor authentication available for all users.

Customer service and contact

You can reach CoinCorner customer service at or reach out on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or other social media.

Pros and cons


  • A platform that is designed to be simple.
  • Combines a wallet and exchange for convenience.


  • Rates and fees might be higher than other options.
  • Low limits might prevent you from trading as much as you want.
  • Only offers basic services without any advanced features.

How to sign up

First it's advisable to consider the features and security of the platform. If you're confident and ready to proceed, all you have to do is create an account on CoinCorner. You can download the CoinCorner wallet, for iOS, Android or desktop, for more convenience if you want.


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