Flexepin is a prepaid voucher that you can spend at a range of online businesses. You can top up a Flexepin with AUD, CAD, EUR, or GBP.
It’s available to buy in-stores in Australia and Canada, and online in a range of countries. See below for a complete list of supported countries.
One benefit of Flexepin is the fact that your personal details are not associated with the card, making it impossible for your identity to be stolen as is possible with debit or credit cards tied to your name. There is no verification required to buy Flexepin or to spend using it.
There are a number of ways you can buy Bitcoin using Flexepin. Let’s first go through the process of getting and loading a Flexepin card with funds, then take a look at how to use it to buy Bitcoin.
You can buy Flexepin in-person at over 6,000 outlets across Australia and Canada. Use the company’s store finder tool to locate the closest seller to you.
If you’re outside these two countries, or the snow or blazing heat means you don’t want to head outside, you can also buy Flexepin online. See the list of online retailers offering Flexepin.
Korsit supports European customers looking to get their hands on Flexepin, while Directpay.online has got African customers covered.
A complete list of supported countries is as follows:
…and anywhere else in the world as long as you have access to a member pf Flexepin’s network of third-party providers, which are linked above.
You can buy a Flexepin Cash Top-Up Voucher with a preloaded amount already on it.
Flexepin vouchers are valid indefinitely, though once past the use-by date on the voucher the account will be charged a monthly service fee.
Be aware that Flexepin vouchers sold in Canada have an additonal convenience fee on top of the face value of the voucher.
Canada has the best range of offering for buying Bitcoin with Flexepin online.
MyBTC.ca, Coincurve, and BitcoinSolutions all allow you to buy Bitcoin with Flexepin online, simply by inputting your 16-digit voucher code.
MyBTC.ca will require you to sign up for an account, but otherwise the process is quick and easy, with your personal details remaining separate from your purchase.
If you’re not sure if the website you’re visiting is an approved Flexepin merchant, you can use the company’s helpful lookup tool to reference their list.
Canadian Bitcoins allows you to buy Bitcoin using Flexepin at fees of only 1.5%, which are among the lowest on the market.
Internationally, Bitit is a Paris-based crypto exchange that allows users to purchase Bitcoin with Flexepin, among many other payment methods.
Paxful is a peer-to-peer platform for buying Bitcoin, and the good news is it supports Flexepin. Simply search for a seller who supports Flexepin as a method of payment, and follow their transaction terms to buy Bitcoin with Flexepin.
With exchanges offering different levels of fees, identity verification required, and withdrawal limits, it’s important to find out which best suits your needs before committing to a transaction on one.
And that’s it! Once you’ve got your Bitcoin purchased with Flexepin, you’ll probably be interested in learning how to store it safely.
Check out our review of the best crypto wallets, and from there a step-by-step guide on how to buy a Ledger hardware wallet in Canada.