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Netcoins Review USA

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Last Updated Oct 2, 2022  |  Affiliate Disclosure

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What Is Netcoins?

Netcoins is a cryptocurrency exchange coming soon to the United States. However, it is not a new company. They have been operating in Canada since 2014. The Canadian platform which we reviewed here offers 30 coins, 0.50% trading fees, a Bitcoin rewards card, and a simple user-interface.

The company mission "is to make it easy for anyone to buy and sell crypto in a trusted environment," and "you can securely trade 30+ cryptocurrencies with as little as $10. Buy, sell, set limit orders, and add price alerts with just a few simple taps."

They are also owned by a publicly traded company called BIGG Digital Assets. There is a small list of crypto exchanges that are publicly traded so you know you will be dealing with a legitimate platform.

More Info:

  • Headquartered in Vancouver 🇨🇦
  • Founded in 2014
  • Owned by BIGG Digital Assets (publicly traded)
  • 30+ employees according to LinkedIn

When Are They Launching In The USA?

Limited information is available online. We know Netcoins is launching in in 4 states to start: California, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. You can join the waitlist on their website to stay notified.

What Do We Know So Far?

The platform has not launched yet so there is limited information available. We have a Netcoins Review for Canadians which you can check out but it's unknown if it will have all the same coins and features. It is likely that it will be a similar user interface and experience. Based on the info available, here is what we know:

  • 30+ cryptocurrencies
  • Launching in 4 states first: California, Michigan, Pennsylvania & Virginia
  • Owned by BIGG Digital Assets (publicly traded company)
  • Made for beginners (Canadian platform does not have advanced trading)

We'll make our full review when they launch. Stay tuned!


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