CoinHouse - Review

CoinHouse Review
Popularity9.0
Features9.0
Value9.0
Safety9.5
Usability9.0
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348 votes
Overall Score9.0

Established in 2014 and based in Paris France, CoinHouse is a regulated Bitcoin Exchange.
Like many regulated exchanges worldwide CoinHouse has a KYC (know your customer) and AML (anti money laundering) policies which means that identity verification is required in order to buy and sell Bitcoins.
Currently CoinHouse supports buying Bitcoin with a cradit card, debait card or bank transfer.
CoinHouse’s fees are accumulative which means that the more Bitcoins you buy from CoinHouse the less fee you pay









Features

  • Mobile/Desktop site with great user interface.
  • Great online/phone support.
  • Two factor authentication support.

Sign Up Process

Like most Bitcoin exchanges, signing up is pretty straight forward.

Fees

CoinHouse.IO charges the folloing fees.

Fee
Total Cost
Remarks
Deposit Fees
10%
Cradit card up to 5,000€
Deposit Fees
9%
Cradit card 5,000€ to 20,000€
Deposit Fees
8%
Cradit card above 20,000€
Deposit Fees
10%
Bank transfer up to 500€
Deposit Fees
9%
Bank transfer 500€ to 1,500€
Deposit Fees
8%
Bank transfer 1,500€ to 3,000€
Deposit Fees
7%
Bank transfer 3,000€ to 5,000€
Deposit Fees
6.5%
Bank transfer 5,000€€ to 10,000€
Deposit Fees
6%
Bank transfer above 20,000€

Pros and Cons

prosPros of CoinHouse
  • Secure Transactions.
  • Regulated.
  • Fast delivary of bitcoins.
  • Phone support.
consCons of CoinHouse
  • Only Ethereum and Bitcoin, No other cryptocurrencies.
  • Higher fees then most exchanges.


The Verdict

CoinHouse is a well established business and is currently one of the best platforms to buy Bitcoin and Ethereum in europe.
Although CoinHouse’s fees are slightly higher than other exchanges, with current Bitcoin prices they could be attractive if you plan on buying 3 or more Bitcoins.