Score 82 / 100
Security 10
Customer Support 10
User Friendly 9
Regional Availability 7
Reputation 10
Fees 5

Coinhouse has a trustful reputation and a very convenient platform for their users. They are open for all European countires currently. Their fees are high compared to market average at 6%. 

Pros and Cons

  • CheckAccepts Credit Card and Cash
  • CheckBeginner Friendly
  • CheckBitcoin and Ethereum
  • CheckGood Customer Service
  • CheckSafe
  • CrossHigh Fees
  • CrossNo included Wallet
  • CrossOnly serves Europeans
  • Cross

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Payment Methods

Payment Method Name Deposit Fees Exchange Rates Max Purchase
Without Verification
Max Purchase
With Verification
CheckCredit Card10%500€Check

Coinhouse Review

At Coinhouse you can buy Bitcoin or Ethereum with either credit card, cash or bankwire.

Their prices are set in Euros, but you can pay with a credit card from any of the accepted countries.

Coinhouse requires you to verify you account before you can make any transaction, which is inconvenient if you need your Bitcoins quick.

The Coinhouse platform is not as appealing as many of its competitors. They do not offer a wallet so you will have to move your Bitcoins after purchase, find out how in our Learn-section.

Coinhouses fees depends on how much Bitcoin or Ethereum you buy. The rate is anywhere from 6-10% which is high compared to other Bitcoin exchanges. If you are a European resident and value safety and the legitimacy of an exchange based out of Paris, Coinhouse is for you, but be aware of the high fees.

Review Score: 82

Company Information

Company: Coinhouse

Coinhouse is a French Exchange operating out of Paris. 

Traded Currencies

  • CheckCheckBitcoin
  • CheckCheckEthereum
  • CrossCheckRipple
  • CrossCheckLitecoin
  • CrossCheckStratis
  • CrossCheckNEM

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