Which cryptocurrency Brokers to use

Where to buy cryptocurrency brokers

In the article “Where to Buy Cryptocurrencies (Exchanges)“, we introduced you to which exchange platforms you can purchase cryptocurrencies on. But you probably know that you can also purchase your favorite cryptocurrencies at brokers. This publication is meant to introduce you to the most interesting ones. And if you are still not sure whether you are interested in an exchange or a broker, be sure to take a look at the article titled “Cryptocurrency trading” and see for what most suits your requirements.


BitPanda is a broker established in 2014 in Austria. It is a very popular platform, especially in Western Europe. Its users can expect recurring bonuses. In addition to Bitcoin (BTC), BitPanda offers more than 45 other cryptocurrencies you can buy or sell.


LiteBit, on the other hand, is a Dutch platform that came into the consciousness of its customers in 2017. It is another project with high popularity in Western European countries. Initially, LiteBit provided the opportunity to buy Litecoin (LTC) only, but over time it significantly developed its offer. Today there are as many as 52 cryptocurrencies in it.


Bitvavo was founded in 2017 in Amsterdam. It is a very transparent broker for both beginners and advanced users. Bitvavo’s offer is also one of the slightly broader ones and includes as many as 57 other cryptocurrencies in addition to Bitcoin (BTC).


Satos is another Dutch broker. It was established in 2013. Satos is not only a platform, but also an idea that aims to make cryptocurrencies understandable to everyone, maximizing the simplicity of buying them. However, Satos’ offering is quite modest and includes coins such as Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), XRP and Bitcoin Cash (BCH). For many users, however, this is a major advantage.


Bitladon was founded in 2017 in Aalsmeer. This broker stands out for its wide range of offerings compared to its competitors. Moreover, it supports exchanging cryptocurrencies in pairs to other coins, which gives it exchange-like characteristics. Present throughout Europe, Bitladon is an opportunity to buy more than 220 virtual assets.

BTC Direct

BTC Direct is another project of Dutch origin. It was established in 2013. This broker focuses on simplicity and functionality of its platform. It can also boast of excellent support. As in the case of Satos, the offer of BTC Direct is modest and we can find only five coins in it. These are Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), XRP and Bitcoin Cash (BCH).

Anycoin Direct

Anycoin Direct is the last of the brokers we would like to introduce to you. Like almost every predecessor this one also comes from the Netherlands and was established in 2014. It is another proposal, for people who expect simplicity of purchase. Anycoin Direct operates across Europe, and it offers 26 cryptocurrencies, which of course includes Bitcoin (BTC).

All figures included in the broker descriptions, refer to the day of writing the article. Keep in mind that the development of the cryptocurrency market is very dynamic, which means that the availability of cryptocurrencies on individual platforms can change quickly.

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