Purchase crypto in a flash with Instant Buy
Eyeing off an altcoin that’s about to moon? Want to get into the action without waiting for bank deposits to clear?
With CoinJar’s Instant Buy you can instantly purchase crypto tokens using the Mastercard or Visa in your wallet. And with only a 2% fee, CoinJar’s Instant Buy are some of the cheapest worldwide.^
Is Instant Buy available for every cryptocurrency?
You can use Instant Buy to purchase any crypto listed on our platform, with the exception of CoinJar Bundles. But don’t worry: we’ll be enabling Instant Buy for Bundles and Recurring Buys soon.
What cards can you use with Instant Buy?
You can access Instant Buy with any UK or Australian-issued Visa or Mastercard. Apple Pay and Google Pay functionality will be added in the near future.
How do I get started?
When you’re buying crypto using the CoinJar app, all you need to do is:
- Go to the Buy / Sell menu
- Select a cryptocurrency and then “Buy”
- Tap ‘Link a credit or debit card’ and enter your card details
- Put in the amount you want to purchase
- Review the fees and then press confirm. Boom: more crypto in your CoinJar, instantly.
As always, we want to remind you of the risks involved when buying or selling crypto, which can be very volatile. Your capital is at risk.
For additional information, please see our dedicated Knowledge Base article. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to CoinJar Support.
*CoinJar requires Identity Verification to be completed prior to any crypto purchase. In a small number of cases we might have to request additional identity verification information, in adherence with national law.
^As of 26th of April 2021. This excludes any additional fees that you may be charged by your bank or credit card provider.
Like many investments, cryptoassets carry risk. Given the potential price volatility which can be extreme, the value of your cryptoassets may fall rapidly or over time. Cryptoassets are also currently unregulated by the FCA and you are unable to access the Financial Services Compensation Scheme or the Financial Ombudsman Service.