BTSE Offers 0% Fees on all Credit Card purchases on Crypto

3 min readAug 2, 2021


Users can top up U.S. Dollars and Euros through their credit card with zero fees from June 4th to October 4th 2021

Trading is a major use case for cryptocurrencies and a deciding factor in the growth of the crypto ecosystem. Cryptocurrency can be a daunting space for people, especially that first transaction of turning your hard-earned cash into odd-sounding coins like Ethereum or Polkadot. BTSE Exchange makes that process simple, and from June 4th to October 4th this year, when buying crypto with a credit card, there are no fees. That’s right. Zero. Zilch. Nada.

How It Works

First, sign up or register to use BTSE at

After that, add your credit card (either Visa or Mastercard) and pass the Identity verification — Proof of ID and address.

Once completed, you’re all set! Each eligible user, both new and existing customers, is entitled to waive the 3.5% service fee charged by BTSE for the credit card deposit, up to an accumulated deposit amount of $3,000 or equivalent during the campaign period.

There’s no minimum deposit requirement, and the zero fees apply both for purchases made on the BTSE website as well as the BTSE app.

Once you buy your crypto, you might want to change it to something else. BTSE also provides a super-easy conversion option that allows you to instantly convert your crypto to other assets (or fiat) with zero fees.


Let’s face it, fees are annoying. A few dollars here, a small percentage there, no matter what we do, and as insignificant as fees might seem, they start to add up. BTSE’s mission is to build and offer services that empower its users to take control of their financial freedom. Getting into cryptocurrency shouldn’t be a hassle, and that’s why until October 4th, 2021, BTSE Exchange is waiving its fees for any cryptocurrencies purchased with a credit card.

Buying crypto on other exchanges can be tricky. Coinbase is perhaps the most well-known exchange to buy crypto, but their fee structure is confusing, as well as pricey. Other exchanges have varying fees when buying assets with a credit card, and while they might tout low fees, they don’t have a wide selection of crypto to purchase.