Great, so you’ve read up on why you should be using bitcoin, but that doesn’t help if you don’t own any. Here’s a quick guide on obtaining Bitcoins.
Coinbase is certainly one of the most popular, and easiest sites to buy Bitcoin from. With Coinbase, you can have your account setup within minutes, and buy Bitcoin using a credit card.
Coinbase offers a number of payment options depending on your country of residence.
SpectroCoin offers a large variety of funding options, including credit card, and is based in Europe.
If you live in Canada, you can buy Bitcoin quickly and very easily using Interac e-transfer via Shakepay. A cool benefit of using Shakepay is their ShakingSats rewards program. You can shake your phone once a day in return for a small amount of satoshis (sats).
Another option is to use a Bitcoin ATM if you are fortunate enough to live in a city that has them. Coin ATM Radar is a service that shows the locations of Bitcoin ATMs.
However, there are a number of Bitcoin exchanges and services that allow you to purchase Bitcoin in a variety of different methods. Coindesk has a fairly extensive guide that lists out a lot of other options which can be read here.