The safest way to sell your Bitcoin

Cash out in minutes with Singapore’s trusted exchange.

Bitcoin Price

1 BTC / SGD 28,498 .30
+0.56%
Btc Bitcoin
Sgd Singapore Dollar
  • Market sell

    Sell immediately at the current price.
  • Limit sell

    Sell at a price you set.
  • OTC sell

    Contact us if you're selling a large stash.

How do I sell Bitcoin?

It only takes a few steps to sell BTC safely and withdraw your funds:
  • 1
    Create your account
    Sign up in less than 5 minutes. Upload your ID so we can verify your identity.
  • 2
    Transfer from anywhere to sell here
    • If you have Bitcoin in another wallet or exchange, transfer them here to sell
    • If you want to accept payment in Bitcoin, get it sent here and convert to cash
  • 3
    Confirm and withdraw
    Once sold, you can transfer the cash straight to your bank.

Statistics

  • Trusted

    Regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)
  • Easy to use

    Quick sign up using Myinfo with Singpass, and instant deposits 24/7 via FAST transfer
  • Low fees

    Trading fees from 0% to NaN%
  • Trade now or later

    Trade now or later

    Sell now, or wait for the price to move in your direction.
  • Easy withdrawal options

    Easy withdrawal options

    Withdraw directly to your Singapore bank account within a day. This gives you access to your funds as fast as possible.
  • Easy-to-use trading interface

    Easy-to-use trading interface

    Customise our charts to suit your personal style. We use real language, not finance speak, so when you click ‘sell’, you know what to expect.
  • Excellent customer support

    Excellent customer support

    You can always get in touch with our 24/7 support team, available when you need them. All account-related questions are confidential.
  • We’re registered and compliant

    We’re registered and compliant

    We are serious about customer accounts. Our focus on compliance means you can rest easy knowing your funds are safe.

What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is the world’s first decentralised digital currency with no central bank, authority or administrator that controls or approves transactions. Bitcoin is securely stored and exchanged through a digital ledger that is otherwise known as a Blockchain.

The genesis of Bitcoin dates back to October 31, 2008, when an individual or group of individuals acting under the pseudonym “Satoshi Nakamoto” published the Bitcoin whitepaper. Bitcoins are divisible into smaller units called ‘Satoshis’, similar to the way a dollar is divisible into cents. However, each Satoshi is worth 0.00000001 Bitcoin.

  • To sell at a higher price to realise profit / or to make a profit
  • To get back the initial money you put into buying Bitcoin
  • To sell immediately if the the price action is going differently from what you expect
  • To diversify your portfolio by adding some other tokens to your wallet
  • To use your profit to buy something in real life, maybe a car, a house or a gift to your loved one

The market price did not meet your sell price. You may have to wait a bit or modify your order. Here are some tips for successful sell orders:

  • If you want to sell immediately, use market order (if you are happy with the price).
  • If you want to sell at a specific price, use a limit order. How far your price is from the current market rate determines how long you'll wait
  • Plan your trades accordingly. Ideally from the start, have a plan on what price you intend to sell on profit if the price goes up and what price you intend to cut loss if it goes down.
  • Have a target price where you are happy to sell right from the start. This can help prevent excitement or nerves clouding your judgement later on.

Withdrawals via FAST transfers are instant.

You’re in the right place. Deposit funds instantly via FAST transfers and you’ll be trading within minutes. We also accept SWIFT or TT for USD deposits from your local bank account.

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