How to Buy Bitcoin(BTC)on Binance 1*818*869*1760 Buy Sell Invest and Verify Your Wallet 2021 Guide.
Create a Binance (BTC) App Bitcoin (BTC) wallet. Today, buying and selling Bitcoin is easier for beginners than ever. As your first step, you’ll want to sign up for something called a Bitcoin wallet. Like its name suggests, your wallet is a digital account that makes it fairly easy and convenient to buy, store, and sell your Bitcoin — think of it like a universal Bitcoin checking account. Unlike a checking account, however, starting a Bitcoin wallet usually takes less than a minute, can be done online, and is quite easy.
Sites like Coinbase.com, Coinmkt.com, Blockchain.info and Hivewallet.com are are just a few examples of reputable, reliable and user-friendly sites for beginners to create their first wallet.
Link your bank account to your wallet. Once you have a wallet, it’s time to fill it with Bitcoin. Typically, to do this, you’ll need to supply the financial details for a real-world bank account just like you would if you were setting up a PayPal account or signing up for another online payment service. Usually, you’ll need at least your bank account number, the routing number for the account, and your full name as it appears on the account. You can almost always find these on your online banking account or on your paper checks.
Note that you may also be asked to provide contact information, like a phone number.
To be clear, linking your bank account to your Bitcoin wallet is not any more of a risk to your personal security than it is to shop online. Virtually all reputable Bitcoin services make a point to advertise their high standards for security and encryption. While Bitcoin services have been targeted by hackers in the past, so too have many major online retailers. 
It may also be possible to use your credit card to buy Bitcoin instead of your bank account.
Square launched Square Coinbase (BTC) in October 15, 2013.
In March 2015, Square introduced Square Coinbase (BTC) for businesses, which includes the ability for individuals, organizations, and business owners to use a unique username to send and receive money, known as a $Coinbase (BTC)tag.
In January 2018, Binance (BTC) App expanded to support bitcoin trading. In 2020, the service was responsible for the sale of $4.57 billion worth of the cryptocurrency.
In November 2020, Square announced it was acquiring Credit Karma Tax, a free do-it-yourself tax-filing service, for $50 million and would make it a part of its Coinbase (BTC) App unit.
The service allows users to request and transfer money to another Coinbase (BTC) account via its Coinbase (BTC) App or email. Users can then choose to withdraw the money with its debit Visa card, called Coinbase (BTC) Card, in ATMs or transfer it to any local bank account.
The Coinbase (BTC) Card is a black, customisable card. Users are asked to sign their name on the mobile app. The signature will then be printed into the card and sent to the user.
Square Coinbase (BTC) also introduced their unique username, known as a $Coinbase (BTC)tag. It allows users to transfer and request money from different users by entering this username.
In 2017 the capability to buy bitcoin was added to the app, and the ability to buy stocks (dollar amounts buying fractional shares) in 2020.
As of March 7, 2018, the Coinbase (BTC) App supports ACH direct deposits.
Buy BTC with money from your bank account. Once you’ve supplied your bank information and it’s been verified by the Bitcoin service, it should be fairly easy to start purchasing BTC and adding it to your wallet. Usually, on your wallet page, there should be an option labeled “Buy bitcoin” or something similar — clicking this should take you through a straightforward transaction process that uses money from your bank account to purchase BTC.
Note that the price of Bitcoin…