Get updates on bitcoins' rate (BTC)

In your Lunar app, you can always see the current bitcoin rate (BTC). We’re updating the rate around the clock, and you can follow along with a manageable overview. That way, you’re always updated on bitcoin’s rate.

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SEE BITCOIN’S RATE IN REAL-TIME

On some platforms, you may experience that the value of bitcoin is shown with a 15-minute delay - a lot more for certain places. It’s not like that with us.

We’re cooperating with three exchanges, Coinbase, Kraken, and Bitstamp, which are updated continuously. This means that you can see the rate of bitcoin in real-time and follow the crypto currency’s latest developments all the time. This way you can easily find out when you need to buy and sell.

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WHAT’S THE VALUE OF ONE BITCOIN?

The rate of all cryptocurrencies can drop and rise every moment. According to Coinbase, one bitcoin was worth 403.448,47 DKK in April 2021. But just 11 days later, that value had decreased to 302.138,56 DKK. In other words, you can yield gains quickly - but also lose the entire amount you’ve purchased if the rate drops.
Therefore, you should follow the rate of bitcoin by the minute in our app, before making a sale or purchase. And whenever you’re ready to seal the deal, you can trade the cryptocurrency - directly from your phone via Lunar Block. 

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TRADE BITCOIN AT A SET, LOW PRICE

You won’t need to worry about pointless fees with us - we don’t have any of those. When you’re trading cryptocurrency in the Lunar app, you’ll know exactly what you’re paying for.

You’re buying and selling cryptocurrency - such as bitcoin - at a set, low price of 2,5%. And when you have Lunar Pro, your set trading price is just 1%. 
Remember, there’s a large risk involved with all types of crypto trading. This also applies to bitcoin.

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GET HELP WITH TAX REPORTING

When you’re trading bitcoin - or other cryptocurrencies - you need to remember to report any gains or losses to The Danish Tax Authorities (Skat) every year.

Luckily, you’re not in this alone. We’re sending you a guide that tells you how to file your taxes step-by-step. And in the app, you can get the full overview of all your trades from the past year. 

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