Below we’ve provided a bit of ICO, ICO Token, cryptocurrencies, and few others. If you have any other questions, please get in touch using the contact form below.

Coinbar was born from the idea of connecting the world of cryptocurrencies to the real economy. Thanks to the experience of entrepreneurs already active in ecommerce, food and retail, Coinbar will make easier to use cryptocurrencies in everyday life.

At the time of the launch of the Exchange platform will be available the most common cryptocurrency: Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple.

Yes, Coinbar allows to operate with FIAT currencies.

 Click on "SIGN UP" in our home page or on the upper right corner of this page.

  Enter your name, surname, email address, choose a strong password (minimum length 8 characters long, at least one number and one capital letter) and retype it for confirmation
  Read and agree to our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy
  Complete the CAPTCHA if requested


 Check your email inbox for our confirmation and click on the "VERIFY" button. If you do not receive an activation email please check the spam folder. If you have not received the email please contact us at [email protected]
 Congratulations! Now you have successfully created your Coinbar account and you’re ready to get started with your cryptocurrencies

If your email verification link expired, you can request a new verification link to be sent.

Two-step verification is an added layer of security to ensure that you’re the only person who can access your account, even if your password is compromised.

Go to the login home page, click Login and in the next panel, under "Forgot your password?", you'll find the link "Click here to reset".

No, you don't. Verification is only required for users wishing to deposit/withdraw fiat currencies. Users wishing to deposit/trade/withdraw cryptocurrencies are not required to verify their account. However, as per our Terms of Service, we reserve the right to ask for KYC information at any point in time if your account activity raises flags.


All information and documents you submit for account verification are reviewed through our automated or manual verification methods. Depending on which method can be used to verify your details, account verification times can vary. If we experience a heavy influx of new users, times for verification could slow down considerably. If you experience a delay, it doesn't necessarily mean that something is going wrong. We'll contact you by email if we need anything further information.

Click on "My Accounts". Click on the "Deposit" or "Withdraw" button for the crypto account you wish to deposit/withdraw funds to/from. Select the crypto address to send the cryptocurrency to/from. Otherwise scan the QR Code.

Click on the "Deposit" or "Withdraw" button for the account you wish to deposit/withdraw funds to/from. Fill up the short form. Click on "Submit".

 Select currency pair: first you’ll need to know what assets you would like to exchange, for example buying Bitcoin with your EUR, or selling Ether (ETH) for EUR. After you know which pairs you’ll be trading, you can select them from the drop down menu near the top left corner.

 Fill out order form on the right: here you’ll see three shifts which are the options to use a market, limit or stop order. Before you input values, knowing how a market, limit and stop orders work is necessary:

   A market order is meant for immediate execution at the current market price, as it will match with limit orders that are already available on our order books. Market orders will always incur a slightly higher fee known as a taker fee. With market orders you can only input the volume you would like to buy or sell and not the price.

   Limit orders will execute at the price you’ve set or better, once the market reaches your limit price, although they’re immediately listed in the order book, therefore they cannot be canceled. They can be subject to maker or taker fees depending on when it executes.

   Stop orders are limit orders that will not be executed or listed in the order book until the market reaches your price. Until then it’s not considered an order and it can be cancelled anytime. It can be used also as Stop-Loss and Take-Profit.

 Once you’ve decided the kind of order, you can select your choice with the buttons below: Buy or Sell. In case of market orders just insert the amount you wish to buy or sell and click on the green button “Place Order”. In case of Limit or Stop Orders you’ll find:

   Order type: is the time in force for the order. The default is Good Til Canceled. If your order is set to ImmediateOrCancel, any unfilled portion left immediately after placement is canceled. If set to FillOrKill, the order will not only execute if its full quantity can be immediately filled. Or you may choose the Day option which lasts 24 hours, or GoodTilDate to personalize day and time of expiration.

   Buy or Sell Amount: type in the amount of value you wish to buy or sell.

   Price per EUR/BTC/ETH: type in the price you wish to buy or sell.

   Click on Place Order

 It is a Bitcoin wallet, stored offline that requires multiple signatures in order to move any funds. In our case, it requires 3 partners to sign any transaction before funds may be used. This is one of many theft prevention methods that Coinbar employs to ensure customer funds are kept secured.

They are not completely anonymous, but offer a great level of privacy together with transparency. They are not as anonymous as hard-cash, but significantly more than credit cards or bank transactions. Also, there are tools available and under development that promote privacy as well as technologies to protect against financial corruption and voting systems.

Yes. Real stores are starting to accept them as payment currencies, and the number increases by the day. Many online services offer convenient applications for both the consumer and the store to buy and sell very easily using cryptocurrencies. Now you can find many ATMs selling Bitcoin, but the number of 2-way ATMs (the ones that sell and buy) is increasing.

Similar to gold mining, Bitcoin mining is the process by which you digitally dig for Bitcoin, by running special scripts with algorithmic equations and hash functions that verify transactions on the blockchain. This process allows the confirmation of transactions, and adds new Bitcoin to the blockchain, and as a reward the miner receives Bitcoin.