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What cryptocurrencies can I buy on eToro?

A quick overview of cryptocurrencies you can trade on eToro.

eToro currently has 56 cryptocurrencies available to trade.

The minimum trade size is $10 / £7.40 (for UK citizens). 

Spread fees (the difference between the buy and sell price) range from 0.75% up to 4.9%. The fee depends on the crypto asset you purchase. The higher the demand, the smaller the spread will be. For example, Bitcoin, which is always in high demand, has a spread fee of 0.75% per trade, whilst Quant, where the demand is low, has a fee of 4.9%.

Spread fees are taken to cover the broker’s cost for executing orders.

Current cryptocurrencies available on eToro are:

  • Bitcoin
  • Ethereum
  • Bitcoin Cash
  • XRP
  • Dash
  • Ethereum Classic
  • Litecoin
  • Cardano
  • IOTA
  • Stellar
  • EOS
  • NEO
  • TRON
  • ZCash
  • Binance Coin
  • Tezos
  • Polkadot
  • Maker
  • Compound
  • Chainlink
  • Uniswap
  • Year Finance
  • Dogecoin
  • Aave
  • Algorand
  • Filecoin
  • Decentraland
  • Cosmos
  • Enjin
  • Basic Attention Token
  • Polygon
  • Spark
  • Chiliz
  • Solana
  • The Graph
  • 1inch
  • Curve
  • Celo
  • SushiSwap
  • Quant
  • Shiba Inu
  • Axie Infinity
  • The Sandbox
  • FET
  • Synthetix
  • REN

As well as trading cryptocurrencies on eToro, you can also stake your crypto assets while you HODL. Currently supported crypto assets are Cardano, Tron and Ethereum. eToro takes a small fee when staking your coins so make sure you carefully read their terms & and fees.

eToro introduced cryptocurrencies in 2017 after successfully offering crypto CFDs.

On 6 January 2021, cryptocurrency derivatives were pulled from the trading platform after the FCA banned the sale of crypto CFDs to retail investors.

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This article was last updated on March 03 2022.

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