Crypto Currency Guide

Introduction to Cryptocurrency

A cryptocurrency is a digital form of currency that is actually quite straightforward to set up and simple to use. Though it can be daunting at first, it’s really not all that different from using PayPal. Once you’ve successfully made one Crypto payment you should find it simple and easy to repeat the process.

There are a number of easy ways to get started buying Crypto: The most common way to purchase is from an Exchange, or you can even buy crypto from PayPal.

How does bitcoin work?

Youtube’s 3Blue1Brown did a great video on the underlying technology of Bitcoin, it’s easy to understand and well explained:

Where to buy Crypto

We recommend using PayPal and Coinbase as it is the most straightforward and easy exchange to use.

Using PayPal

PayPal has made it extremely simple to purchase Bitcoin from their mobile app.


You can simply click on the “Crypto” button on the app page. From there you will be able to select the type of currency you wish to purchase. Additionally, you can purchase any amount of cryptocurrency you wish starting from as low as $1. Once you have purchased the Bitcoin, you will be able to store, send, and receive Bitcoin all through the PayPal app.


Here are some useful links to learn more about using PayPal’s cryptocurrency function.





To get started on CoinBase, see:



Once you created an account you’ll gain access to your ‘wallet’ where you store your bitcoins.

Via the app or website, you will be able to use your credit/debit card or wire transfer from your bank account to buy bitcoins which you can store in your wallet. Once you have chosen your method for payment and completed the verification process you simply decide how much bitcoin you wish to exchange from your local currency into bitcoin.


We have provided a list of Crypto exchanges below recommended by country.

United Kingdom

  • 1: Coinbase
  • 2: BC Bitcoin
  • 3:


  • 1: BitFlyer
  • 2: BINANCE
  • 3:


  • 1: Kraken
  • 2: Bitfinex
  • 3: Coinbase

United States

  • 1: Coinbase
  • 2: BINANCE
  • 3: Coinmama


  • 1: BINANCE
  • 2:
  • 3: eToro


  • 1: Coinbase
  • 2: BINANCE
  • 3: eToro


  • 1: Swyftx
  • 2: BINANCE
  • 3: CoinJar


  • 1: Kriptomat
  • 2: eToro
  • 3: Coinbase


  • 1: eToro
  • 2:
  • 3: Coinbase

Cryptocurrency Wallets

All exchanges offer to hold your Cryptocurrency, but this is not as secure as holding them yourself. There are many options for wallets, making it easy to store and make payments directly from your phone or computer. Our personal preferences are:


Software Wallet: Coinomi

Hardware Wallets: Trezor and Ledger


If you have any concerns or queries about payments, please contact us and we’ll be more than happy to assist you.

How to Send Crypto

Sending a Crypto transfer is as simple as scanning a QR code. When our customer’s checkout we provide a unique crypto payment address and calculate the amount of bitcoin due. On receipt, we will mark your order as processing and prepare it for shipment.

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