Buy Qtum

Buy, sell, use and store Qtum at one of Europe's leading exchanges. Pay with Creditcard, SEPA Bank transfer or 6 other payment methods.


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You Receive:
QTUM
You Pay:
100.00
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Transaction Fee: (0.25%) € 0.25
Total: € 100.25
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0.25% Trading Fees

Transparent and low costs. At Bitvavo you pay a maximum of 0.25% trading fee. The more you trade, the less you pay.

50+ Digital Assets

Exchange more than 50 digital assets directly with euros. Create an account and trade a wide range of digital assets.

Including Wallets

Buy, sell, send, receive and store digital assets using your Bitvavo account. You do not need a seperate wallet.

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Trade the Future

Buy Qtum
In Three Steps

Acquire the currency of the future within minutes by creating a Bitvavo account. Transfer euros to your Bitvavo wallet via one of the 8 payment methods, including SEPA Banktransfer and Credit Card. You can instantly trade over 50 digital assets.

  1. Create an account;
  2. Transfer euros using SEPA or Credit Card
  3. Trade, store and use digital assets
Why Bitvavo?

Easy to Use,
Transparent Fees

Trade, use and store digital assets using the Bitvavo platform. Bitvavo aims to make digital assets available for everyone through low and transparent fees, a wide range of assets and a simple and easy to use interface

  • One of Europe's leading exchanges
  • Supporting users from the EU and EEA
  • Trusted by Brokers and Institutional Investors

Frequently Asked Questions

Bitvavo makes Qtum as easy as possible. Answers to a few the most common questions will serve as a kickstart in the world of digital assets.

What is Qtum? Qtum is a decentralized platform that combines blockchain technology with smart contracts, whereby Qtum has ensured that these technologies can communicate with each other and work together, thereby making the use of smart contracts safer and easier. Qtum focuses primarily on business or institutional parties and to ensure that these parties actually make use of the technology, Qtum has developed some tools that simplify the process of implementing the technology.
How does Qtum work? Qtum presents itself as the bridge between the safe technology behind the Bitcoin and the versatile technology behind Ethereum. With the combination of these two technologies, Qtum wants to make the use of smart contracts safe and accessible for business or institutional parties. These parties can build decentralized applications on the Qtum technology and to simplify this process, Qtum has built all the tools for this. Some examples of decentralized applications that have already been built include different payment applications, different wallet applications and a peer-to-peer mobile streaming platform.
How to buy Qtum? Bitvavo makes it as easy as possible to buy the currency of the future.

1. Sign Up
Create a free account with which you can buy, sell, send, receive and store Qtum. Access your Bitvavo wallet from every location, both mobile and desktop.

2. Transfer Funds
Transfer euros to your Bitvavo wallet using one of the 8 supported payment methods, including Credit Card. Instantly buy Qtum, once the payment is processed.

3. Trade
Buy or sell over 50 digital assets and pay a maximum trading fee of 0.25%. Send Qtum to an external wallet or store them on your Bitvavo wallet.
How to store Qtum? You need a wallet in order to store and use Qtum. There are several options for saving and using Qtum.

Hosted Wallet
Hosted wallets are wallets where the access keys to your Qtum are managed by a third party such as Bitvavo. Access to your account is protected by a password, and possibly other advanced security methods. Once you are logged in, you can easily and conveniently manage your Qtum online. Bitvavo offers standard hosted wallets for all digital assets that are offered on the platform. Click here for more information about how Bitvavo saves your digital assets as securely as possible.

Software wallet
A software wallet is a program installed on your computer or any other desired device in order to use and manage your Qtum. By using a software wallet, you have full control over your "private keys" (and therefore your Qtum), so you are not dependent on third parties such as Bitvavo. The software wallet simplifies the process of accessing your Qtum. The risk is that if malicious parties have access to your device, your private keys (and therefore your Qtum) can be stolen.

Hardware wallet
A hardware wallet is a physical device on which you can store your Qtum offline. It is one of the safest ways to store your Qtum, because the private keys are stored on a seperate, offline, device. Access to this device is often protected by a password. In that respect, a hardware wallet can be compared to a safe in which your Qtum are stored.

You can use a hosted wallet, as offered by Bitvavo, to easily store, send and receive Qtum. However, you are, just like at a bank, dependent on a third party (Bitvavo) for storing your Qtum.

One of the advantages of Qtum is that you can send, receive and store your own digital assets without the relying on third parties. You do this by sending your Qtum, from your Bitvavo wallet, to your own software or hardware wallet.

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Create a Bitvavo account and buy, sell, use and store the currency of the future within minutes.