Amber vs Coinbase

Want to know the differences between Amber and Coinbase? Read on to find out more.

Current as from the 6th of September, 2021

Pricing

Cost
Free
Free
Exchange fees
0.99%
2 - 4%

Recurring Purchases

Daily
Weekly
Monthly

Purchasing

Instant Buy
Instant Sell

Bitcoin Withdrawals

1 x Fee-free transfer
Fixed fee self service

Funding Options

EFT
Credit / Debit Card
Apple Pay
Google Pay
PayID
Enhanced BPay
POLi
Cash

Premium Features

Intelligent automations
Buy the dip (BTD)
Sell the pump (STP)

Support

Availability
5 days (9am-5pm AEST)
Unknown
Email
In-App
Who’s recognised us

Focused on Bitcoin and flexibility

More payment option flexibility

Amber offers a broad amount of funding options to help get you started, while Coinbase can currently only be funded via debit card.

Clear focus

Coinbase lets you purchase and trade a wide range of crypto currencies, giving you a broad range of choices.

Bitcoin first

Rather than gambling, Amber’s focus is purely on investing. With a focus on Bitcoin, Amber is able to deliver a much more refined experience for users.

Your Bitcoin, your way

Customer oriented

Without direct access to customer support, Coinbase can leave your issues feeling ignored. Amber delivers a 1-on-1 customer support agent within the app to help you resolve any issues you may be experiencing.

One free Bitcoin transfer per week

Amber won't charge if you transfer Bitcoin from Amber to an external wallet.

Amber is not an exchange where "Not your keys, not your fees." exists.

Download Amber

Start investing from as little as $5 a month.

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