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List of Canadian Bitcoin Exchanges

CoinGuyCoinGuy Administrator
edited February 15 in Buying/Selling Bitcoins
People new to cryptocurrency might not know where to start when it comes to Bitcoin. Below is a list of members on this community that represent companies doing in business in Canada that can help you get started with buying/selling Bitcoin.

Exchanges in Canada (Active & in use by our community):
  • (member @CoinSquare ) website: Toronto based Exchange. Currently largest exchange by volume in Canada. Also offers Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Dash, Litecoin trading and more.
  • (member @BitvoExchange ) Calgary based exchange - offering Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, Litecoin, Dash and more! They also have a "cash card" and offer a same day guarantee.
  • @morrex website: (The only exchange to be fully licensed in Quebec by Autorite des Marches Financiers.)
  • @bitcoinbrains website: (In person exchange Calgary)
  • SatoshiCounter(member @bitfrank ) website: Montreal based exchange.
  • (member @MyBTCca ) website: Accepts Interac Online, Flexepin vouchers and prepaid credit cards.
  • BTM, Flexpin vouchers & more. Owner of
  • Coinfield a Vancouver, BC-based crypto exchange. Buy/Sell Bitcoin, Ripple, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash, Bitcoin Cash, Zcash and more.
  • Ndax : Calgary based crypto exchange - offers trading on Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ripple, Ethereum, EOS, Stellar and more.
  • Shakepay : Montreal based mobile app to buy/sell Bitcoin & Ethereum.
  • Einstein Exchange : Vancouver based exchange to buy/sell Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash, Ripple,.
Not Canadian based, but used by our community Up & coming!
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  • (member @ezbtc ) website: Canadian based exchange in Vancouver. Offers over 20 different Altcoins - but some in the community have had withdrawal issues.
You also have the option of Bitcoin machines, which can be found here: or

Please note: I am only listing active Canadian based/owned exchanges or with a significant Canadian customer base from what I can gather based on discussions here. It is not a comprehensive list, but a good start :) Also if you provide support or work at an exchange, please PM so I can update this list with your info.


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