Buy Bitcoin with Bank transfer
Buying Bitcoin (BTC) with bank transfer is easy when using LocalCryptos. As a non-custodial peer-to-peer marketplace, you can buy Bitcoin directly from sellers that are listed on LocalCryptos. Sellers can be filtered by country, price, the desired fiat currency and more.
Once a trade has been opened and the terms of trade have been accepted, the Bitcoin is placed in an escrow account. The buyer then starts the payment process off-site via bank transfer.
A bank transfer involves transferring funds from the buyer's bank account to the account belonging to the seller. To do this, buyers can exchange details with the seller using the end-to-end encrypted messaging service.
Bank transfers can be done using a bank portal of your choice, whether that is through a website, an app, or in-person at a local branch of your bank. Please note that the "bank transfer" payment option is only applicable when buying Bitcoin domestically – select another payment method when buying Bitcoin from a seller in another country.
Details needed to make a bank transfer will typically include the seller's name, account number, and bank code. Exact requirements will vary depending on the country, so please make sure to refer to the requirements relevant to your local region.
After the funds have been received, the seller can then release the Bitcoin from the escrow account into your non-custodial LocalCryptos wallet.
As one of most popular cryptos on the LocalCryptos marketplace, you can easily buy Bitcoin in a way that suits your exact needs. Get started on a new purchase by scrolling down to find a full list of sellers on our website that accept bank transfer as a form of payment for Bitcoin.