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We've Increased Our Credit Card Limits

Back in October 2014, we introduced card payments for bitcoin, however, due to the high risk nature of credit card purchases (fraud, chargebacks), our customers have been limited to a £200/€200 deposit per 30-day rolling period.



Over the last 6 months, we have been working with our payment processor, developing and introducing measures to prevent fraud. Our hard work has paid off and we are happy to announce that we have increased our credit card limits.



£300/€300 limit for all credit cards
We have increased our credit card limits from £200/€200 to £300/€300 (per 30-day rolling period). Next time you log in to your CoinCorner account, your credit card limit will automatically be increased.




£1000/€1000 limit for all credit cards after initial bank transfer
We will increase your limit to £1000/€1000 (per 30-day rolling period) after you make a deposit to your CoinCorner account via bank transfer.
Log in to your CoinCorner account now to see your new credit card limit.

CoinCorner Launches European Market [PRESS RELEASE]

Press Release – 16th September 2015

CoinCorner Launches European Market

CoinCorner, the Isle of Man based bitcoin exchange, has announced the launch of its European service. EUR/GBP
Buying and selling bitcoins on CoinCorner has always been accessible to users across Europe, however previously, it has only been possible in GBP. The launch of the new service means that European customers now have the ability to buy and sell bitcoins on CoinCorner in EUR. “We receive a lot of interest from European countries, but have historically held off launching our Euro platform as we were concentrating on growing our UK focused business. There are a number of exchanges and platforms to buy bitcoin on across Europe, but we feel our on boarding process is by far one of the quickest and easiest.” – Danny Scott, CTO SEPA Payments
As well as adding another currency to its services, CoinCorner has introduced SEPA payments for users with a European bank account. Previously, customers have had the option to buy b…