Bitcoin is meant to be owned by the individual, not by a third party
A fundamental feature of Bitcoin is that you, as the owner & holder of Bitcoin, are in full control of this asset. If you have the private keys to your Bitcoin, you will never need anyone's permission over it. When keeping Bitcoin with third parties, or on exchanges - you are not in control of your Bitcoin; they are. You need to get their permission to move or withdraw the Bitcoin. They are the ones who have custody of your Bitcoin.
That is why when you buy Bitcoin through Bitvice, we only send it to your own wallet/Bitcoin address. We never custody anyone's Bitcoin. We want to help as many people as possible, to become self-sovereign with their Bitcoin.
We help you self-custody your Bitcoin immediately, away from any exchange or custodian
Before you can make an order, Bitvice provides guidance in setting-up your own mobile or hardware wallet for you to receive your Bitcoin. Bitcoin is an inherently self-sovereign asset where you can own it completely – away from any third party. We want to help you be your own bank.
If you need to setup your own wallet, visit our Wallets page on our website.
We source Bitcoin directly from OTC (over the counter) liquidity providers.
We bring individual investors direct to large liquidity providers that normally do not deal with the retail market. We constantly aim to help you purchase Bitcoin at a competitive rate that is cheaper than the standard exchange.
You avoid a withdrawal fee
When purchasing Bitcoin on a traditional exchange, there are transaction/conversion fees (just like Bitvice) but there are also hefty withdrawal fees (paid in Bitcoin) whenever you want to move your Bitcoin to your own self-custody wallet.
Choose Bitvice and receive your Bitcoin directly to your own wallet immediately – without any withdrawal fee.
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We are always available to assist you with any queries you may have.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are a new investor/advisor.