How To Buy Ethereum Fast

Buy Ethereum Instantly via InnoCoin

Convert Bitcoin to Ether

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Post your ETH address to buy up to $1000 in Ether instantly

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You can also use a Multi-Currency wallet like Jaxx.io or Exodus.io

Buy Ether with a Credit Card

Coinmama.com is known as one of the fastest ways to buy bitcoin, and now you can buy Ethereum too.  CoinMama is the only reliable way to buy Ethereum with a credit card or debit card.  Signup to buy Ether with credit cards, debit cards, or prepaid cards.  You can also use Coinmama to buy Ether with cash via western union.

Coinmama DOES NOT offer service to the United States

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Buy Ethereum at Coinbase

Coinbase.com has added Ethereum to their retail platform.  You can now use Coinbase to buy ETH directly with your bank account, debit or credit card.  You can also use their asset trading platform GDAX.com to trade Ether against BTC or USD.  Coinbase DOES NOT offer Ethereum Classic.

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Bitfinex has four Ethereum trade markets ETCBTC, ETCUSD, ETHBTC, ETHUSD.
Bitfinex also allows margin trading with up to 3.33x leverage.

What Is Ethereum?

Ethereum is quickly becoming one of most recognized crypto-currency projects and is gaining main stream attention by large companies who seek reliable decentralized ledger services.  The Ethereum network is a develop playground.  Anything you can think of you can code and load onto Ethereum and it will be available for anyone to use world wide.  Is ethereum the next Bitcoin 2.0?  You decide.

Ethereum vs Ethereum Classic

Ethereum Classic is the original Ether that was created in 2014.  In June of 2016 an Ethereum contract known as  ‘The DAO‘ executed some poorly reviewed code that sent investors money to an unknown users Ethereum address.  In an attempt to cover their own financial losses, the Ethereum foundation decided to hard fork the coin to return all of the lost Ether.  The hard fork took place on July 20th, 2016.

This didn’t sit well with the Ethereum community because the purpose of decentralized blockchains is to have immutable ledgers that no central authority can disrupt.  By hard forking the coin, The Ethereum foundation proved that they don’t care about the fundamentals of what Ethereum was supposed to be, so the community split and many refuse to support the Ethereum foundation since trust has been broken.  Now we are left with two separate Ethereum blockchains, Ethereum Classic (ETC) and the centrally controlled Ethereum (ETH).  You can mine either coin and both are available for trading on the worlds biggest cryptocurrency exchange websites.

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