This guide lists all the different places where you can buy Bitcoin in Switzerland, compares their respective costs and features, and helps you choose the best one for you!
The info presented in this table is based on information that is publicly available online. Fees are the one available without requiring additional purchases.Go to the tutorial
|Provider||Fee for CHF 100||Spread||Min. buy||Max. buy||Type||KYC|
|1.00%||<0.05%||CHF 5||CHF 120,000||custodial||yes|
|~1.00%||<1.00%||CHF 10||-||non-custodial||no, yes|
|1.50%||<1.00%||CHF 30||CHF 1,000||non-custodial||no|
|3.00%||<1.00%||CHF 10||CHF 1,000||non-custodial||no|
|5.00%||<0.5%||CHF 50||CHF 1,000||ATM||no|
|6.00%||?||CHF 100||CHF 500||ATM||no|
|6.90%-7.90%||?||CHF 50||CHF 500||voucher card||no|
|7.00%-9.00%||?||CHF 50||CHF 1,000||ATM||no|
|8.00%||<1.00%||CHF 50||CHF 1,000||ATM||no|
The spread is basically the difference between the average market rate at which Bitcoin is traded on major exchange platforms (such as Coinbase, Binance or Kraken) and the exchange rate offered by a provider to buy BTC. That difference is usually explained by the provider's capacity to execute transactions on the markets, but it can also indicate the presence of hidden fees through a bad exchange rate.
A custodial service means that when you buy Bitcoin through it, you don't actually own BTC directly. The provider holds it for you and your Bitcoin is in custody. You can usually withdraw it on your own wallet, but it often comes with fees and limitations. With a non-custodial service, you buy Bitcoin and receive it directly on a wallet that you own with full control over its secret phrase.
As shown in the comparison above, we offer one the best rates to buy Bitcoin in Switzerland. Here's how you can easily get Bitcoin through our mobile app Bridge Wallet:
Bridge Wallet is our free mobile app to easily buy Bitcoin from your bank account, manage them from your phone, and cash them back on your back account if needed.
Enter your number and get an SMS with the link to download Bridge Wallet:
Create a new wallet or restore an existing one if you prefer to. If you need help on the creation of a wallet, we have made a step-by-step guide here.
In order to buy BTC with Bridge Wallet, you will first need to identify. To do so, go in Settings > My profile > Begin identification and follow the instructions.
For more information on our identification process, please see our FAQ page.
Switch to the Bitcoin network by using the network icon on the top left of the screen or in the app's Settings, then choose Bitcoin.
By default, your receiving address is your Bridge Wallet address. You can also directly receive your BTC on another wallet address belonging to you. To do so, you will need to link it first in Bridge Wallet, here is how to do it.
Click the green "Buy" button to display the bank transfer information.
Use the information displayed on your screen to transfer the desired amount from your bank account.
Make sure to include your unique transfer reference in the communication / reference / reason field of your bank transfer.
Your bank transfer coordinates don't change for a given combination of purchase currency, cryptocurrency and receiving address. You can therefore use them to make recurring transfers and automate your Bitcoin investments!
We convert your funds in BTC when we receive your bank transfer, and deliver them on the indicated wallet address (free of transaction costs).
If your bank transfer was sent the morning, we will receive it the same day. If not, we will receive it the next business day (Monday to Friday).
The most common questions that our clients ask us are all answered there. Have a look!
We answer all your questions, and we answer them fast! Get in touch by email or through Bridge Wallet's contact form.
We accept clients from all countries, except US and Russian persons, and residents of:
Afghanistan, Belarus, Burundi, Central African Republic, Cuba, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Mainland China (Hong Kong and Taiwan accepted), Mali, Myanmar, Nicaragua, North Korea, Russia, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Syria, Venezuela, Yemen, Zimbabwe.