Buy WBTC at the best price with the real market rate and zero hidden fees, and get WBTC sent to any of your wallets with no network costs.
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Yes, there is a minimum of €50 to buy WBTC with Bridge Wallet.
No, you can buy as much WBTC as you want with us, without daily, monthly or yearly buying limits!
Get Bridge Wallet
Get our free mobile wallet app on Google Play or on the App Store, install it, and create or restore a wallet.
Choose a network
By default, Bridge Wallet is on the Ethereum network. If you want to buy WBTC on Polygon or xDai, you will have to switch to these networks first via the icon on the top left of the app.
Choose your purchase method
Choose "Buy" then one of the options available. With Bridge Wallet, you can buy WBTC with EUR by:
Make your payment and we'll send WBTC directly to your receiving address, without transaction costs. That's it!
Mt Pelerin Group SA is a company established in Switzerland since 2018, with offices in Geneva and Neuchâtel.
We are an authorized financial intermediary, a status that allows us to perform financial services and KYC/AML. We process 100% of your identification ourselves, no outsourcing. Our processes are also regularly audited by an external and independent entity.
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