Coinbase is one of the longest running and well known centralised exchanges, starting in 2012 offering a way to easily buy Bitcoin. Since then, it has added a lot of other coins and become very popular amongst newcomers due to its usability.
Setting your account and linking it with your bank account is easy enough to do, as well as buying direct with your debit card. The interface shows your portfolio in a simple way and you can easily withdraw your coins from Coinbase.
Coinbase also has a “learning” platform where you can earn various shitcoins for watching videos whilst learning about what they do. It’s up to you what you do with those other coins of course but you will be credited with a small amount if you can pass the quizzes about them.
Although Coinbase is convenient to use, that does mean the fees are a little bit higher compared to its other exchange called “Coinbase Pro” – full Coinbase fees can be seen here.
Full information about the Coinbase referral can be found here
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