Our crypto-fiat currency exchange calculator shows you the rate and price that you will get when selling BTC using the bank transfer off-ramp of our mobile app Bridge Wallet.
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* Transfers in currencies other than EUR and CHF may be subject to correspondent bank fees.
Bridge Wallet is the free non-custodial mobile wallet app that we have developed to let you easily buy, sell and manage cryptocurrencies, ERC20 tokens and security tokens issued on our Bridge tokenization platform.
With it, you are in full control of your assets. Nobody else can access them, not even us.Discover Bridge Wallet
With Bridge Wallet, Mt Pelerin gives you several convenient ways to sell Bitcoins:
Download Bridge Wallet
Get the mobile app on Google Play or on the App Store and install it.
Create or restore an address
When launching Bridge Wallet for the first time, you will have the choice to create a new address or restore an existing one.
Choose Bitcoin on the "Currencies" tab of the "Wallet" screen in Bridge Wallet.
Choose your selling method
On the token screen, click "Sell" and choose one of the options available. If you choose the bank transfer option, you will have to identify (if not already done) before proceeding with your transaction.
No, we haven't set any selling minimum. You can start selling Bitcoin with any amount you'd like.
We haven't set any maximum amount of Bitcoin that you can sell, however for large transactions we recommend you to use our OTC desk service for tailored execution.
Mt Pelerin is a company established in Geneva, Switzerland. We are an authorized financial intermediary since 2018 with a first-rate track record in compliance and diligence. We work with Swiss banks and the best crypto exchanges for our crypto-fiat operations.More about us
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