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Bittr Fee Adjustments and No More Minimum Deposit
Ruben Waterman
May 5, 2023

We’re all about making it easy and fun for you to grow your bitcoin piggy bank through dollar-cost-averaging. We’re always on the lookout for ways to make our services even better for you, and today we want to share some important updates about our fee structure and deposit limits.

Fee Changes You Need to Know:

We’ve been dealing with higher banking costs lately and tried to find a more cost-effective alternative. Sadly, the banking world isn’t very welcoming to the cryptocurrency/bitcoin scene, so we had to make some changes to keep offering you the best service.

Starting from June 1st, here’s what’s new:

  1. Our 1.5% fee will stay the same, but for transactions under EUR/CHF 100, we’ll add a EUR/CHF 1,00 banking surcharge.
  2. We’ve got good news too! We’re ditching the minimum deposit amount, so you can start saving bitcoin with any amount you like.

A Quick Tip for Our EUR/CHF 25 per Week Savers:

If you’re currently sending EUR/CHF 25 every week, consider changing your recurring bank transfer to EUR/CHF 100 per month instead. This way, you won’t have to pay the banking surcharge and can keep more sats for your bucks!

Our Promise to You:

We’re as dedicated as ever to offering you a hassle-free and fast way to grow your bitcoin piggy bank. And if you ever need a hand or have a question, our customer support has got your back, anytime. Thanks for understanding and being a bittr user!

Happy Stacking!

The Bittr Team

Do you have any questions? Reach out to us at

Ruben Waterman
Ruben, the founder of Bittr, has been a passionate bitcoin advocate since 2013. After obtaining his MSc in Digital Currency from the University of Nicosia, he not only created the easiest way to save bitcoin but also became a proficient software developer, now maintaining the bittr project. With his expertise and dedication to the bitcoin industry, Ruben continues to drive Bittr's mission and vision forward.
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