As many as 13% of Canadians own cryptocurrency. 19% of Canadians surveyed acquired their crypto through friends, family, or colleagues.

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12 Canadian Crypto Statistics in 2023

The Bank of Canada is exploring the possibility of a CBDC. They surveyed 85K Canadians and will publish a report later this year, which could include a date for a CBDC pilot program.

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Is a CBDC Coming to Canada? What You Need to Know

MEXC Global offers zero KYC, high liquidity on 1,700+ cryptocurrencies, zero-spot trading fees, and 200+ futures trading pairs. See why 10 million investors have signed up for this platform.

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MEXC Global Review: What Canadians Need to Know

While crypto exchanges are not illegal in Canada, the rules are much stricter than other jurisdictions around the world. Here is a list of banned platforms and what you need to know.

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List of Banned Crypto Exchanges in Canada

Fundrise makes it easy to invest in real estate with as little as $10 – but it’s only available in the USA. If you’re a Canadian, don’t worry because there are plenty of alternatives that do the same thing.

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Fundrise Canada: 8 Alternatives and Competitors

While some crypto exchanges like Binance and Gate.io are banned in Ontario, there are still many regulated, unregulated, and decentralized platforms to choose from. See our top crypto exchanges for Ontario.

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With 1,400 coins and low fees, Gate.io used to be a good altcoin exchange for Canadians. However, it’s now banned in Canada according to their user agreement.

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Gate.io Canada Review

Canadian investors looking to get exposure to Ethereum in their portfolios can now do so through multiple ETF options. Get an overview of the top Ether ETFs in Canada.

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Spot Ethereum ETFs Canada

Blossom is Canada’s first social network for investors where you can create posts and see what Canadians are holding in their portfolio through verified stock holdings.

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Blossom Social – Meet Canada’s First Social Brokerage

Unfortunately, Acorns does not work in Canada. On their website, they explain you must be a US citizen or US resident to open an account.Wealthsimple Invest is the closest Acorns alternative for Canadians. It has a roboadvisor, roundups, and is very easy to use. Questwealth is a cheaper roboadvisor for automated investing but does not have roundups.Is

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Acorns Canada Is Not Available – Try These Apps Instead