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Residents of Singapore can purchase bitcoins on Coinbase using three payment options - credit card, debit card, or bank transfer.
Once your Coinbase account is verified, you will be given the account information that will be used to make a bank transfer deposit. This is done through Xfers Transfers. Coinbase claims that deposits clear within a few minutes, and that there are no deposit fees. Once you deposit Coinbase charges 1.49% to purchase coins.
If you are buying with a credit card or debit card, there is also a required identity verification. Fees for buying with a credit card or debit card are 3.99%.
If you purchase more than $100 USD (~136.24 SGD) worth of bitcoins through this link then you get $10 USD (13.62 SGD) worth of bitcoins for free!
CoinMama is a global bitcoin broker. It allows customers to buy bitcoin with a credit card from nearly any country worldwide. It charges an ~8% fee on each purchase.
LocalBitcoins is a peer-to-peer escrow service that helps match bitcoin buyers and sellers. The most common method of payment for purchase is cash deposit. Users, however, can create ads to buy or sell using the payment method of their choice. Buying bitcoins via an in-person meeting facilitated by LocalBitcoins can be one of the fastest and most private ways to buy bitcoins.
Luno is a universal Bitcoin platform that provides secure exchanges where people can buy/sell Bitcoin. Luno is currently offering Zero fee trading in Singapore for a limited time period until January 2017.
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Buy bitcoin with a credit card, SWIFT, SEPA, and many other payment methods.
Coin ATM Radar is a Bitcoin ATM database that helps you locate Bitcoin ATMs in your area to buy bitcoins with cash. Bitcoin ATMs can be quick and easy ways to buy bitcoins and are also private. That convenience and privacy, however, comes with a price as most ATMs have fees of 5-10%.
Technically, VirWoX isn't even a Bitcoin exchange. It mainly serves as a way for people to buy Second Life Lindens, a currency used in the virtual world Second Life. You can't buy Bitcoin with PayPal directly at VirWoX, but it's possible to first buy Second Life Lindens (SLL) and then trade your SLL for Bitcoin. This process works perfectly, but in the end will cost you about 10% in fees.
This workaround/hack has made VirWoX the easiest and most popular way to buy bitcoins with PayPal.
itBit is a global Bitcoin exchange licensed with the New York State Department of Financial Services. It also operates a global OTC trading desk, making it easy for customers to buy large amounts of bitcoins. It supports all US states besides Texas.
Mycelium Local Trader helps you find local Bitcoin sellers. Once you locate a seller, you meet up in person and go through with the purchase. Mycelium charges absolutely no fees. While Mycelium Local Trader works great in highly populated areas, users in low population areas will have trouble finding sellers.
ShapeShift lets you buy bitcoin with Litecoin, Dogecoin, altcoins and other digital tokens. ShapeShift works in nearly every country but you will need another cryptocurrency in order to purchase bitcoins. Exchanges happen almost instantly because ShapeShift never actually controls your tokens but just exchanges them.
Bitcoin-OTC is an over-the-counter marketplace for the P2P exchanging of bitcoin. It is almost like a Craigslist for Bitcoin. Users must create ads or locate other ads to find sellers of bitcoin. Bitcoin-OTC is somewhat complicated and hard to use, but may be the only option for users in some countries without an exchange.