How to buy Bitcoin Pay in United States (US)
Where and how you can buy Bitcoin Pay.
We’ve included detailed instructions to make it easier for you to buy Bitcoin Pay.
Some market stats about Bitcoin Pay in United States.
This includes price analysis of Bitcoin Pay and other research opportunities you may be interested in.
Other crypto similar to Bitcoin Pay.
And how to buy other crypto assets in United States.
What you’ll learn about Bitcoin Pay
Price of Bitcoin Pay (24H)
Not available across CB ecosystem: Some cryptocurrencies are harder to obtain than others. Bitcoin Pay is one of them. In United States, Bitcoin Pay is not currently supported across Coinbase’s vast ecosystem. There are still ways you can find a way to buy Bitcoin Pay. Sign up with Coinbase to stay up to date on Bitcoin Pay and get notified when it becomes available on Coinbase app.
Check CoinMarketCap to see where you can buy Bitcoin Pay and with which currencies
For each cryptocurrency, CoinMarketCap provides a list of purchasing options (also known as market pairs). Go to and search for Bitcoin Pay. Tap on the button labeled “Market” near the price chart. In this view, you will see a complete list of places you can purchase Bitcoin Pay as well as the currencies you can use to obtain it. Under “Pairs” you'll see the shorthand for Bitcoin Pay, BTCPAY, plus a second currency. The second currency is what you can use to purchase Bitcoin Pay. If you'd like to purchase BTCPAY with the U.S. Dollar, look for BTCPAY/USD.
Pick a platform to make your purchase
Different platforms have different levels of security, reliability, and liquidity. Before creating an account, do your research.
Make the purchase on your chosen platform
Every platform has a different way of doing things. Some platforms are very easy to use, others not so much.
Generally speaking, purchasing crypto with a fiat currency like the U.S. Dollar will be easier than purchasing it with another crypto.
If you do have to purchase Bitcoin Pay with another crypto, you’ll need to first create a crypto wallet that supports Bitcoin Pay, then you’ll buy the first currency and use it to buy Bitcoin Pay on the platform you chose.
If you get stuck, most platforms provide guides. But if they don’t, there is a vibrant community of crypto enthusiasts that have likely posted guides on Youtube, Twitter, and elsewhere.
Keep an eye on Bitcoin Pay
Bitcoin Pay is on the decline this week.
The current price is $0.0088 per BTCPAY with a 24-hour trading volume of $328.50. The price of Bitcoin Pay has increased by 0.00% in the last hour and decreased by 1.63% in the past 24 hours. Bitcoin Pay’s price has also fallen by 3.13% in the past week. Currently, Bitcoin Pay is valued at 99.98% below its all time high of $53.10. This all-time high was the highest price paid for Bitcoin Pay since its launch. The current circulating supply of Bitcoin Pay is 0 BTCPAY which means that Bitcoin Pay has as total market cap of 0.
Keep an eye on Bitcoin Pay
How to buy other crypto assets in United States
Can I buy Bitcoin Pay on Coinbase?
How much does it cost to buy Bitcoin Pay?
Right now, it costs about $0.01 to buy of 1 Bitcoin Pay.
Can I buy Bitcoin Pay with cash?
No, you cannot buy Bitcoin Pay with cash because it is not supported across Coinbase ecosystem.
How to buy Bitcoin Pay using PayPal?
Currently, Bitcoin Pay is not supported across Coinbase's ecosystem regardless of payment system, including PayPal.
How to buy Bitcoin Pay with a gift card?
Currently, Bitcoin Pay is not supported across Coinbase's ecosystem regardless of payment system, including gift cards.
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