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Our Swiss bank account is finally here!
Ruben Waterman
Jan 17, 2023

Oct 11 Update: Our Klarpay account has been closed. Please refer to our latest update for more information.

We are excited to announce you’ll no longer have to convert from Swiss Francs into Euro to buy bitcoin through bittr! We’ve partnered with Klarpay AG, a new financial institution based in Zug, Switzerland, to enable Swiss Franc payments.

While any current bittr banking details will continue to work, we encourage our Swiss users to switch any (recurring) bank transfer to our new bank account to skip their bank’s conversion from Swiss Franc to Euro. Most banks charge a small fee for this operation, so by sending Swiss Francs directly to bittr, there will be more bitcoin left for conversion (and less fees going to the bank 😉).

Use CHF to buy bitcoin with bittr

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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