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Users' funds are kept offline - cut off from the Internet and stored in secure systems. The working capital is insured up to $ 100M by the American company BitGo Trust Company.

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The Egera team consists of professionals passionate about cryptocurrencies since their inception. We have been securing cryptocurrency-related financial markets and platforms for over 9 years. Our vast experience, is your guarantee of security.

How do I buy Bitcoin?

The Egera cryptocurrency exchange allows you to buy your first cryptocurrency in as little as 3 minutes after you start registering. By using a state-of-the-art identity verification system and express transfers, you will buy Bitcoin faster on Egera than other cryptocurrency exchanges allow.

What fiat currencies does Egera support?

Egera supports all the local currencies our users need - especially for them we enable transactions in PLN, EUR, UAH, CZK, SEK, and soon also in USD! If you are interested in issues related to cryptocurrencies, be sure to check out our articles and learn more about cryptocurrencies!

Security of user funds on Egera

In order to ensure the highest security of our users' funds, the Egera cryptocurrency exchange strictly follows the procedures of local financial supervision, and European law regarding the security of deposits and withdrawals of user funds.

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If you don't know how to go about registering, depositing and buying BTC, be sure to check out our guide, which will dispel all your doubts and introduce you to the basics of the cryptocurrency market.

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Accounts at local banks and local currency pairs to buy cryptocurrencies directly from your wallet.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is bitcoin?

Bitcoin (BTC) is the oldest and largest (in terms of capitalisation) cryptocurrency, or digital money, which exists only in electronic form, meaning it has no physical counterpart. Satoshi Nakamoto (the creator of Bitcoin), launched his project in 2009 as a response to the global financial crisis.

Bitcoin is regarded as the most secure cryptocurrency on the market - a title it owes to its advanced SHA-256 mixing (encryption) algorithm. The algorithm is not expected to be cracked for decades to come.

What are the characteristics of Bitcoin?

  • Decentralisation - Bitcoin is decentralised. There is no overarching authority in its network, which means that all nodes (Nodes) are equal - no node has more power than another. Equality in the network translates into security - no node will harm the network - stopping transactions or reversing them.
  • Transparency - Bitcoin, despite its widely acknowledged anonymity, is crystal clear. All transactions can be traced - they are stored in an uneditable blockchain. So why the patch of anonymity? In the blockchain you will only find addresses and public keys that are not associated with personal information, making Bitcoin both anonymous but also fully transparent.
  • Independence - Bitcoin is not controlled or managed by any organisations, governments, individuals or companies. It is completely independent and democratised - it belongs to the community of holders who collect, hold or spend it and guard its security.
  • Resistance to attacks - Bitcoin is the biggest, strongest, but also clever. SHA-256 is safe for the next decades, however there is another direction of attack... The 51% attack - dominating the network, taking over 51% of the computing power. The biggest fear of the cryptocurrency world in 2017 and 2018. Part of the community thought that Bitcoin would be cracked by quantum computers. However, when we got to know them better, we found out that we were safe! Taking over 51% of the network's computing power is virtually impossible in the face of the cryptocurrency-behemoth that is Bitcoin. The power is too great and the attack too expensive.
  • Growing adoption - Bitcoin is the oldest and first in line for widespread adoption. In El Salvador, it has become the official national currency! It is estimated that up to 45% of consumers will switch to cryptocurrency payments by 2023, how many of these will be in Bitcoin? We can only assume that transactions conducted in Bitcoin will dominate the world of payments and will strongly displace fiat currencies.

What is Blockchain?

Blockchain is an innovative database that initially contained only information about cryptocurrency transactions. The information is placed in a block, and when one fills up - the data goes to the next block, thus forming a chain.

Information in a blockchain is arranged chronologically, is public and available to all users, but information in blocks cannot be edited backwards. Data in a block cannot be falsified either, as each new part is approved by nodes and its compliance verified by independent nodes.

With the use of blockchain technology, we can expect a real revolution - not only financial and technological, but also in medicine.

How does bitcoin work?

Bitcoin is the first cryptocurrency. It is the oldest and safest, with no possibility of being copied, counterfeited or double-spent. It is also free from the 51% attacks that imprint smaller cryptocurrency networks, which have far less computing power than the Bitcoin network.

Transaction information in Bitcoin is stored on a blockchain - the blockchain, a decentralised database that is stored in thousands of copies at once - on thousands of computers. If an attacker wanted to make a change - to undo a transaction - they would have to do so on more than half of the computers simultaneously.

Bitcoin does not know what the presence of central banks is. There is no authority on its network that is the strongest and has more power than other entities on the network. Bitcoin is democratic in this sense - it has independent nodes that verify transactions and maintain the security of the network. The nodes create a system for overseeing the proper circulation of bitcoin on the network, and prevent the huge problem of decentralised networks, namely double spending.

How much does bitcoin cost?

Bitcoin is the most expensive cryptocurrency in the world. In 2021, its capitalisation surpassed most of the Silicon Valley giants and its dominance in the cryptocurrency market reached up to 50%, piercing the capitalisation and prices of cryptocurrencies currently on the market.

At the time of writing, the virtual currency Bitcoin is again attacking a new price record, oscillating around $63,000. The price of Bitcoin is a result of the basic market mechanisms of supply and demand, and for this reason prices can vary slightly, depending on the parameters of demand (the number of people wanting to buy a cryptocurrency) and supply (the number of available cryptocurrencies) of a given exchange.

This high price of Bitcoin does not at all mean that you have to give up Bitcoin and move your investment plan to other cryptocurrencies. You don't have to buy all of Bitcoin - you can buy a fraction of it, which is 0.1 or 0.000001 BTC.

The smaller parts of a Bitcoin are called Satoshi for convenience. One Bitcoin is as much as 100,000,000 Sat (Satoshi)!

Bitcoin - how do I get started?

Wondering how to buy bitcoin? You've come to the right place - on Egera you'll not only find the answer - but also buy cryptocurrencies quickly and easily.

How to get started with bitcoin:

  1. Create an account on Egera - click here and proceed to registration;
  2. Confirm your email address, phone number and verify your identity (the whole process will take you no more than 2 minutes);
  3. Deposit funds to Egera, use your favourite payment method - bank card, blik or bank transfer;
  4. Exchange your money for cryptocurrencies!

The entire process - including registration and verification - will take you no more than 5 minutes. Try it today - sign up for a Egera account and buy Bitcoin (BTC)!

If you need help, please contact us via the chat in the bottom right corner, we will write back and solve your problem - instantly.

How do I buy Bitcoin?

Buy Bitcoin in the easiest way and without complications - on Egera. Register on the platform, verify your identity, deposit funds and buy Bitcoin.

You can transfer purchased digital currencies to an external wallet or leave them on the platform waiting to make a profit.

How to sell bitcoin?

Egera is a platform that allows you to sell Bitcoin in the easiest way. How to sell bitcoin?

  1. Sign up for Egera;
  2. Confirm identity;
  3. Deposit Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies (the deposit will take as long as the transaction confirmation time);
  4. Exchange any amount of Bitcoin on an exchange or at an exchange office;
  5. You have just exchanged your cryptocurrencies for money - FIAT currencies;
  6. With Egera, you can withdraw funds via bank transfer or take them out directly at an ATM!

At Egera you will complete all operations using an encrypted HTTPS connection, so your funds will always be safe and free from theft attempts.

Which wallet for bitcoin?

Cryptocurrency exchanges are not always the best way to store your funds. Unlike a stock exchange - you have a choice of where your funds will end up.

You can keep cryptocurrencies - just like FIAT currencies and gold - in a safe. A safe for cryptocurrencies is a hardware wallet that provides maximum security and reduces the risk of loss through theft to a minimum.

Hardware wallets are a great solution - no matter what size of exchange you hold funds on. Unlike the popular hot wallets, you have to pay for them.

The average hardware wallet costs 300 PLN or $80. The most popular brands for this type of wallet are Ledger and Trezor.

Is Egera safe?

Egera takes care of your security both from the technical side and from the other side - the legal side.

We take every risk seriously, which is why we apply KYC and AML procedures on the platform to support counter-terrorist financing and money laundering.

At Egera we use transfer authentication, biometrics as well as two-step verification (2FA) and SMS codes. This ensures that your account will always be secure and free from attack attempts.

Remember that your data is stored in the memory of the device you are using, so if you are not the only user of the device - you can manage cookies yourself by changing the settings of your browser and delete data to facilitate logging into a given cryptocurrency exchange.

What is KYC/AML?

AML (Anti Money Laundering) are laws, regulations and procedures that prevent criminals from obtaining illegal funds. One of the procedures included in AML is KYC (Know Your Customer), which is a user identity verification procedure that financial institutions are required to perform and is an essential tool in the fight against terrorist financing and money laundering.

Why does Egera require identity verification?

Egera is a cryptocurrency exchange and exchange. As a financial institution we are obliged to carry out identity verification. The obligation arises from the Act on Prevention of Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism.

But we've simplified the process to a minimum of effort. It's instant, available 24/7 and completely automated, so you can verify your identity anytime and in just 2-3 minutes.

Why does Egera require identity verification?

Egera is a cryptocurrency exchange and exchange. As a financial institution we are obliged to carry out identity verification. The obligation arises from the Act on Prevention of Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism.

We've simplified the process to a minimum. It's instant, available 24/7 and completely automated, so you can verify your identity anytime and in just 2-3 minutes.

How does a cryptocurrency exchange work?

A cryptocurrency exchange is a platform that allows exchanges in cryptocurrency-crypto-currency and cryptocurrency-FIAT (i.e. traditional money) pairs.

On a cryptocurrency exchange, there is an exchange between users - an offer made by one user will be fulfilled when it hits another user's offer.

If you put up an offer to sell Bitcoin for $100,000 and its price is only $95,000 - the offer will not be fulfilled. Only when someone puts up a bid to buy BTC for $100,000 will your bid be fulfilled (provided the bid to buy is large enough in terms of the amount of BTC).

What is the ranking of cryptocurrency exchanges?

Cryptocurrency exchanges ranking is a list of exchanges dealing with cryptocurrency exchanges, sorted according to certain parameters.

The most common ranking parameters used to sort exchanges are cryptocurrency trading volume, number of trading pairs, platform security, and subjective elements.

How to choose the best cryptocurrency exchange?

A hint in choosing the best cryptocurrency exchange is the ranking of cryptocurrency exchanges. In it you will find a compilation of information about many exchanges.

However, when choosing, it is best to be guided by your own criteria, which will reassure you that the funds are safe.

What are these criteria? Find answers to the following questions:

  • Does the exchange have a real trading volume or does it allow for misrepresentation?
  • Is the liquidity of the stock exchange sufficient?
  • Can I find the cryptocurrencies I was planning to buy on the exchange?
  • Is the operation of the exchange regulated, does it have a licence or opinions from the local financial authority?
  • What types of payments does the exchange accept? Will I pay by card for cryptocurrencies?
  • Is the platform secure?

By answering these and other - your own - questions, you are more than likely to find a secure Bitcoin exchange.

How long does it take to verify identity?

Identity verification on Egera will not take you more than 2-3 minutes. The verification process is completely automated, so once you upload a scan of your documents, your identity will be verified instantly - 24/7.

Can a bitcoin withdrawal be cancelled?

Unfortunately, you cannot cancel an ordered transaction in Bitcoin. Transfers in Bitcoin are irreversible due to the lack of an overriding authority - no one can interfere with Bitcoin transactions - they cannot be undone, edited or stopped.

Is it worth investing in bitcoin?

In 2021, Bitcoin has crossed the $60,000 mark twice. Many investors expect the old price record to be broken and Bitcoin to rise as high as around $100,000!

Is it still worth investing in Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is the largest cryptocurrency, its capitalisation accounts for 45-50% of the capitalisation of the entire cryptocurrency market, and its price is a true giant in the cryptocurrency market. Bitcoin's properties are often compared by investors to gold. Speaking of storing value over time, Bitcoin has been a true champion since its inception, although its premise was quite different - it was created as a means of payment.

Is it worth investing in Bitcoin? Find out today!

What does a bitcoin exchange make money on?

Kantor Bitcoin enables you to instantly exchange your cryptocurrency for traditional currencies (FIAT). The exchange office earns money on the difference in the exchange rate (spread) and the exchange commission.

Can I buy bitcoin with a card?

Yes - Egera is one of the few cryptocurrency exchanges that allows you to purchase cryptocurrencies using your bank card.

What cryptocurrencies are on Egera?

On Egera you will find the most popular cryptocurrencies. On the platform you will find trading pairs with BTC, ETH, LTC, BCH, XRP, DOGE and many more!

How to buy Bitcoin in PLN

Egera is the easiest way to buy cryptocurrencies for gold. With acceptance of all the most popular means of payment and instant exchange at the exchange office, Egera is the best platform for buying cryptocurrencies.

Our platform is also a cryptocurrency exchange where you can buy cryptocurrencies paired with zlotys.

How long does it take to deposit cryptocurrencies on Egera?

The processing time for a cryptocurrency deposit is as long as the confirmations. At Egera, we require just 3 confirmations, after which your cryptocurrencies will appear in your wallet on the platform.

What is the minimum and maximum transaction value?

The minimum deposit value is 1 PLN/EUR/DOL, but the minimum transaction value at the Egera exchange is $1.5, or 4.5 PLN.

Minimum and maximum transaction values can be found in the Egera fees and commissions table tab.

How long does it take to exchange at Egera?

Exchanging to Egera is instant - it will be done the moment you click the exchange button and confirm your desire to exchange. The whole operation is a snap!

What are the fees and commissions at Egera?

Different operations, (deposits, withdrawals, exchanges) have different commission rates. Exchanging cryptocurrencies at Egera exchange office is only 2.8%! If you want to check all the fees and commissions at Egera, go to the table of fees and commissions.

Kantor or cryptocurrency exchange?

A currency exchange and a cryptocurrency exchange, despite the identical end result (i.e. the funds exchanged), operate differently.

A cryptocurrency exchange allows you to exchange funds instantly, you undertake the exchange there with the exchange operator who sets the selling or buying price.

On the other hand, there is a cryptocurrency exchange where you can place an offer and exchange with other users. This solution requires a marginally higher level of skill than a cryptocurrency exchange, but the user placing the offer should also have a higher level of patience - offers on the exchange will only be fulfilled when they meet counteroffers from other users.

Are cryptocurrencies legal in Poland?

Cryptocurrencies are legal in Poland and the European Union. However, local regulations oblige crypto-investors to pay capital gains tax, i.e. on profits made by investing in cryptocurrencies.

Bitcoin or CFD?

Bitcoin is considered to be an asset of the future, which continues to gain in value in a broad perspective. Up to 70% of users lose money when trading CFDs. Investments in OTC instruments, including CFDs, due to the use of leverage involve the possibility of losses exceeding the value of the deposit, which is not possible when investing in BTC, whose value is strongly dependent on the demand of millions of users.

Learn how CFDs work, using exchange rate differences and offering a high risk of losing money, and then check out Bitcoin - the technological revolution of the 21st century!

Why is Bitclude now Egera?

Even in the conceptual phase, we assumed that Bitclude would be the most innovative cryptocurrency exchange platform. We put all our available strength and resources towards this goal and this is why we turned into Egera, which is not just a cryptocurrency exchange - but a total exchange ecosystem!

Bitclude became a component of Egera and took its name. In addition to this, Egera has been powered by our newest products, the Gringott wallet system and the BCPayments settlement Hub. Such a huge change, it's not a new chapter - it's another book. That's why Bitclude has turned into Egera!

Who founded Bitclude?

The core of Bitclude are Jakub Wierzcholski, Tomasz Limiszewski and Mateusz Mączkowski. However, the founders and creators of the first versions of Bitclude are Jakub and Tomasz - true cryptocurrency enthusiasts and sowers of the Bitcoin ideology.

Jakub and Tomasz have been involved in the financial markets for years, especially the cryptocurrency markets. CEO - Jakub Wierzcholski has been sitting in Bitcoin since he first heard about it in 2013!

When was Bitclude created?

We set up the first version of the Bitclude exchange in 2017, but it wasn't until 2019 that we broke ground - both for us and for the platform. It was in 2019 that we managed to gain Small Payment Institution status, making us the first legally operating cryptocurrency exchange.

Our unique legal status has enabled us to legally operate as a payment service in Poland, making us a hybrid business - combining cryptocurrency innovation with traditional legal order.

When did Bitclude turn into Eger?

Bitclude became Egera in January 2022, but the change was not just about the name, logo and new visuals. At that time, we merged the Bitclude exchange, the Gringott wallet and the BCPayments clearing hub to create Egera - a complete cryptocurrency exchange ecosystem.

Is Bitclude safe?

Bitclude had the status of a Small Payment Institution, which it obtained as the first cryptocurrency exchange in Poland. Bitclude's activities in Europe were regulated and the founders of the exchange guaranteed the security of funds, data and exchanges. Currently, Bitclude is part of the Egera platform.

Is Egera safe?

The transformation from Bitclude to Egera did not change the company's legal status or the security procedures used on the platform. Egera is the safest cryptocurrency exchange in Europe. You will soon verify its security and the coverage of your funds yourself, thanks to the Gringott wallet self-auditing system!