A Beginner’s Guide to Investing in Cryptocurrencies in New Zealand (2023)

Our guide explains what cryptocurrencies are, what coins are available, the risks, how to avoid scams and how to choose which crypto to buy.

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Updated 10 November 2022

Our guide covers:

  • What is cryptocurrency and how does it work?
  • How many cryptocurrencies are there, and why are there so many?
  • How to buy, sell and spend cryptocurrencies
  • What are the risks?
  • Where can you buy cryptocurrencies in New Zealand?
  • Frequently asked questions


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What is cryptocurrency and how does it work?

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Cryptocurrencies are a digital asset that digital assets that can be transferred, stored and traded electronically. The owner of a cryptocurrency holds a 'private key' which allows them to do with it what they want, just as knowing your PIN lets you withdraw money from an ATM or make an EFTPOS purchase.

The difference between cryptocurrencies and traditional currencies such as the New Zealand dollar is that the value is driven by supply and demand. For example, one Bitcoin or Ethereum is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it. This is why the price of cryptocurrency moves around so much (unlike the New Zealand dollar, for example) and makes it hard to value.

Cryptocurrency runs outside of government regulation or the banking system. For example, if you pay for something with cryptocurrency, the transaction is 'peer-to-peer', and the blockchain keeps a public record, but your details are anonymous (you can read more about what that means here). This is very different from traditional purchases where the bank keeps a private record.

Cryptocurrencies are legal in New Zealand, but they're not legal tender, unlike the NZ Dollar. However, a handful of New Zealand businesses accept specific cryptocurrencies as a form of payment as this this list, published by Easy Crypto, details.

How many cryptocurrencies are there, and why are there so many?

We estimate there to be around 6,000 cryptocurrencies. However, in terms of their total value, the top 20 coins make up around 95% of the total crypto market capitalisation. With a market capitalisation hovering around 1 trillion USD, Bitcoin makes up around half of the total 2.2 trillion USD total cryptocurrency market value.

Other cryptocurrencies with large market capitalisations include Ethereum, Solana, Cardano, Ripple/XRP and Dogecoin. Because of the price volatility, we suggest visiting this website to see the latest price, movements and market capitalisation.

Developing new cryptocurrencies has become very lucrative for inventors and promoters who sell coins to early investors. Sometimes this has been profitable, such as the launch of Bitcoin and Ethereum, and sometimes it has been a scam. Investopedia, a trusted source for cryptocurrency matters, suggests 80% of new coins entering the market are scams. New Zealanders have been targeted with 'scam coins' such as SellMyGood Coin and SquidGame Coin.

How to buy, sell and spend cryptocurrencies

There are many websites where you can trade cryptocurrency, but not all are genuine, and like so many coins, there are a lot of scams. However, established platforms like Easy Crypto, Binance and Swyftx offer services to New Zealanders. These platforms are widely trusted by investors in Bitcoin, Ethereum and dozens of other high-value coins.

The Financial Markets Authority (FMA) has stated: "Many overseas cryptocurrency exchanges are unregulated and operate exclusively online – with no connection to New Zealand. This makes it hard to find out who is offering, exchanging, buying or selling it. It also makes it unlikely you'll recover your money if things go wrong".


What are the risks?

Cryptocurrencies are unregulated and highly volatile. There is also speculation that they soon will be accepted widely as a form of payment. However, this is grossly exaggerated and based on occasional news stories. For example, PayPal announced it would allow customers to buy, sell or trade Bitcoin (but, importantly, not accept it as a form of payment. Later, Tesla announced in December that it would accept Dogecoin as a form of payment for merchandise (not cars). Both examples were grossly misrepresented by dubious players announcing that Tesla will accept crypto for cars and PayPal for payments - this is not the situation.

These announcements attract headlines that players in the market use to encourage new investors to buy whatever coin they're hyping up. The acceptance of cryptocurrency for payment is not mainstream. The FMA has stated "Cryptocurrencies have less practical value than money which can be used to buy all goods and services".

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  • There are several options for buying Cryptocurrencies in New Zealand - our list below includes the most trusted and popular methods.
  • Easy Crypto and Swyftx are two of the most popular - our comparison guide looks at their fees, features and available cryptocurrencies.
  • Disclaimer - the inclusion of any Cryptocurrency exchange, platform or broker below is not an endorsement or a promotion. Our list is for information purposes only.

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Easy Crypto

Easy Cryptois a popular destination to buy and sell cryptocurrencies in New Zealand. Easy Crypto has also adopted the non-custodial route and requires users who buy cryptocurrencies from them to have a private wallet to receive the settlement of their purchase. This avoids the risk that your investment is stolen from a hack on Easy Crypto, as has happened with other platforms which stored cryptocurrencies.

Easy Crypto has gone to great lengths to guide users on keeping their cryptocurrencies safe, with recommendations on hardware wallets, and plenty of user guides on each recommended model.


  • Payment methods:POLI instant pay, debit or credit card, or local NZ bank transfer
  • Fees:All fees are included in the spread, which is why the bid and offer prices might look higher than other platforms. The fees are around 0.5-0.9% depending on the market and your discount tier.
  • Minimum order size:NZ$50
  • Settlement:Private wallet
  • Coins available:109
  • Learn more:Easy Crypto

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Swyftx launched its dedicated New Zealand platform in August 2021 with a focus on low fees, minimal spreads and a wide choice of coins. The exchange offers 280+ different cryptocurrencies. Almost all coins are able to be sourced through theSwyftx order page.


  • Fiat payment methods:To buy cryptocurrencies with New Zealand dollars on Swyftx, only bank transfers are permitted.
  • Withdrawal fees:Minimum withdrawal of NZ$30 with a NZ$10 withdrawal fee.
  • Trading fees:0.6% platform fee on the value of the transaction. Swyftx states that it offers high volume discounts.
  • Verification requirements:The steps from signup to trade are simple - first, users create an account (by entering their name and details). Then, Swyftx verifies your ID (via photo ID, phone number and email address) and, once done, asks for a deposit (made via bank transfer). Once the deposit has cleared, users can start trading.
  • Limits:Daily deposit limit up to NZ$50,000, no trading limits.
  • Markets available: Various
  • More details: Visit Swyftx and/or read our Swyftx review.

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According to average daily turnover,Binanceis one of the largest crypto exchange platforms in the world. After launching in 2017, the company established itself globally and is constantly shrouded with more rumours of expansion in a short space of time. Among many other services, such as crypto fixed income products, derivative products, margin trading and more, Binance also offers New Zealanders a gateway to cryptocurrencies locally.


  • Payment methods:Debit/credit card via third-party payment provider Simplex
  • Fees:Card processing fees are 3.5% with a minimum fee of US$10. When withdrawing a cryptocurrency, for example to your private wallet, there is a withdrawal fee of 0.0005 BTC.
  • Minimum order size:The minimum order size is the equivalent of US$30, which is approximately NZ$46
  • Settlement:On an account
  • Coins available:With a bank card, you can buy 18 different cryptocurrencies. On the exchange, there are hundreds of coins available to trade once you have an account funded with crypto
  • Learn more:Binance

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(Video) How To Buy Bitcoin In Less Than 10 Minutes (NZ)

LocalBitcoins is a well-known platform, but it

only transacts Bitcoin

. Since 2012, the website has allowed buyers and sellers to place listings and answer each other’s ads. As the name suggests, users can make deals locally, in their own currency, using local payment methods. Users negotiate directly, mutually agree on the price and payment method. LocalBitcoins acts as a middleman and escrow agent in the transaction, thus protecting buyers and sellers. Once a transaction is completed successfully, users leave feedback on their experience, thus helping other users in the future. The person who creates the listing on the website is responsible for covering the fees, which are 1% of the transaction’s value. There are several users based in New Zealand, accepting payments from BNZ, ASB, and Westpac accounts in New Zealand dollars.


  • Payment methods: It depends on your agreement with the seller
  • Fees: A fee of 1% is charged to the party which listed the ad on the platform, other fees might be priced into the offer from the seller
  • Minimum order size: The seller sets the minimum order size
  • Settlement: Private wallet
  • Coins available: Bitcoin only
  • Learn More:LocalBitcoins

Do you want to compare two popular cryptocurrency platforms? We suggest reading our Easy Crypto vs Swyftx comparison to help you make an informed decision.

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Frequently Asked Questions

There is a lot of misinformation about crypto - our shortlist of common questions help you understand some of the finer details.

Is it safe to use online crypto wallets?

Like many things in life, it’s safe, until it isn’t. Onlinecrypto wallets offer a lot of conveniences, but they come at a cost. When you keep your crypto in an online wallet, there is always a risk that the provider could be compromised. Cybercriminals are always looking for new ways to exploit cryptocurrency users and businesses.The best way to keep your crypto safe is to use one of the popular hardware wallets that has been tried and tested. For example, when it comes to Bitcoin, the asset you want to protect is the private key, not the coins themselves. The private key is used for signing transactions and allows anyone who possesses it to transfer Bitcoins from the corresponding address. Our guide to wallets has more details.

Is it safe to keep crypto on an exchange?

Many exchanges allow you to keep your purchased cryptocurrencies in an account on their platform. The idea is to make it convenient for active users to buy and sell cryptocurrencies. Most exchanges encourage users to keep their coins in private wallets. It's well-known exchanges are the targets of aggressive and sophisticated attacks due to the large amounts of cryptocurrencies under their control.

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If you’re planning on holding cryptocurrencies for the long term, you should make the necessary arrangements to keep your coins safe.

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What is the best way to buy cryptocurrency in New Zealand? ›

One of the easiest ways to buy Bitcoin in New Zealand is through cryptocurrency exchanges. There are several exchanges offering Bitcoin in New Zealand, allowing you to select one based on your requirements and preferences using our list outlined above.

How should a beginner invest cryptocurrency? ›

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How do I start crypto as a beginner? ›

To get started, follow these steps:
  1. Understand what crypto trading is.
  2. Learn why people trade cryptos.
  3. Pick a cryptocurrency to trade.
  4. Open a CFD trading account.
  5. Identify a crypto trading opportunity.
  6. Decide whether to go long or short.
  7. Take steps to manage your risk and place your trade.
  8. Monitor and close your position.

Does NZ tax crypto? ›

Yes, you need to pay Income Tax on your cryptocurrency gains in New Zealand if you acquired the assets with the purpose of disposing of them in the future. This means that profits from trading, exchanging, selling, or otherwise disposing of cryptocurrency are taxed at the same rate as your ordinary income.

Is crypto a good investment NZ? ›

They're high-risk investments and highly volatile – the price can go up and down very quickly. They're not regulated in New Zealand. Cryptocurrencies, crypto-exchanges and the people that use them are often the targets of hacking, online fraud and scams.

How do I cash out my crypto NZ? ›

How to sell your Bitcoins (BTC) in New Zealand:
  1. Navigate to Easy Crypto NZ homepage. ...
  2. Login to your account and select Buy & Sell from the menu. ...
  3. Create a Sell Order with the amount of Bitcoins you want to sell. ...
  4. Deposit funds to the address we sent you. ...
  5. Receive the NZD to your bank account.
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What crypto wallet should I use NZ? ›

Best Bitcoin Wallets for New Zealanders

Swyftx (if you're looking for a place to buy crypto and also store it on the platform) Exodus (easy to use software wallet) Ledger (popular hardware wallet) Trezor (popular hardware wallet)

Where is the best place to buy crypto for beginners? ›

  • The Best Crypto Exchanges of November 2022.
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  • Gemini.
  • Crypto.com.
  • KuCoin.
  • Coinbase.
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How much should I put into crypto as a beginner? ›

You should invest in Bitcoin somewhere around 5% to 30% of your investment capital. I consider 5% to be very safe and 30% to be pretty risky. Personally, I sit most of the time between 15% and 50%.

How much should you Invest in crypto for the first time? ›

How much money do I need to start investing in cryptocurrency? In theory it takes only a few dollars to invest in cryptocurrency. Most crypto exchanges, for example, have a minimum trade that might be $5 or $10. Other crypto trading apps might have a minimum that's even lower.

How much money do you need to start your own cryptocurrency? ›

It can cost you between $10,000 and $30,000 to create a new crypto coin, and the cost may go higher depending on its level of customization. You'll need to hire a blockchain developer and other crypto experts, including designers and legal advisors, to help with creation.

Which crypto is good for beginners? ›

9. Bitcoin (BTC) – Best Beginner Crypto to Trade with Low Fees. Bitcoin needs no introduction, as this digital currency was what started the cryptocurrency revolution and has become the best Proof-of-Work coin on the market.

How much should I Invest in crypto every month? ›

How Much Crypto Should You Own? Most experts agree that cryptocurrencies should make up no more than 5% of your portfolio.

What is the best crypto to start with? ›

Bitcoin (BTC)
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Does New Zealand allow cryptocurrency? ›

New Zealand lawmakers and regulators have largely not imposed strict guidelines for crypto firms to operate in the country, nor for Kiwis to use cryptocurrencies freely.

Is crypto legal in New Zealand? ›

Cryptocurrencies are not legal tender (money that must be accepted as payment) in most countries and do not exist physically as notes and coins. They are also not viewed as financial products so are not regulated in New Zealand.

Is crypto an asset in NZ? ›

Cryptoassets are treated as a form of property for tax purposes. While there are different types of cryptoassets, the tax treatment depends on the characteristics and use of the cryptoassets.

Is it better to own or invest in crypto? ›

There are two main differences here from owning: one is that you can't store your investment in an offline wallet. As you're likely going through a broker, your investment is an over-the-counter product that you access using an online app. The other difference is that you can't pay in your cryptocurrency directly.

Can the government see how much crypto you have? ›

Yes. A variety of large crypto exchanges have already confirmed they report to the IRS. Back in 2016, the IRS won a John Doe summons against Coinbase. A John Doe summons compels a given exchange to share user data with the IRS so it can be used to identify and audit taxpayers, as well as prosecute those evading taxes.

How much of your money should you invest in crypto? ›

We call it our 5% golden rule: At Betterment, we recommend investing 5% or less of your investable assets (your investable cash, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, etc.) in crypto.

How do I transfer crypto to bank account NZ? ›

At a Glance: To withdraw money from Crypto.com, open the app, link a bank account (if you haven't already), hit the Withdraw button towards the bottom of the screen, choose Fiat and select your preferred currency, enter how much you want to take out, and hit the Withdraw button.

Can I deposit Bitcoin into my bank account? ›

Third-Party Broker Exchanges

You deposit your bitcoin into the exchange. Once the exchange has received your bitcoin, you can request a withdrawal in the currency of your choice. The withdrawal will be paid into your bank account.

Are there Bitcoin ATMS in New Zealand? ›

Unfortunately, there is no bitcoin ATM we know of in New Zealand. You can check the full list of countries with currently known bitcoin ATM installations.

What is the best crypto Exchange in New Zealand? ›

Bybit is New Zealand's best crypto exchange, due to the reliability and trust that their users have in them. Bybit has more than 10 million users, with over $10 billion trading volume daily. This crypto exchange has deep liquidity and 99.99% system functionality, with rapid trade speed of 100,000 trades per second.

Which crypto app works in NZ? ›

New Zealand has 6 trusted exchanges available for you to sign up for, with the most popular being Binance and Kraken, which account for a combined 96,000,000 active users. Both exchanges are considered to be beginner-friendly and offer multiple deposit methods and a variety of cryptocurrencies.

How do I set up a crypto wallet NZ? ›

Setting up a crypto wallet in New Zealand
  1. Download the Exodus Crypto Wallet.
  2. Browse and navigate to the crypto coin of your choice.
  3. Download the official Trezor Suite software and update your Trezor device.
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Can I buy Bitcoin for $10? ›

Kraken helps you get started buying bitcoin with as little as $10. Don't forget, each bitcoin is divisible into smaller fractions – all the way down to one hundred millionth of a bitcoin, called a satoshi – so you don't need thousands of dollars to buy bitcoin.

What is the easiest safest way to invest in cryptocurrency? ›

You can invest in Bitcoin directly by using one of the major cryptocurrency exchanges, such as Coinbase or Binance. Another way to gain investment exposure to Bitcoin is to buy shares in a company with significant Bitcoin exposure, such as a Bitcoin mining company.

What is the best cryptocurrency to invest in 2022? ›

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How long should you hold crypto? ›

Cryptocurrency investing can be a wild ride. To give yourself the best chance of success, it's important to think not just about buying but also when to sell crypto. When investing in stocks, a good rule is to buy and hold for at least five years.

What is the next big cryptocurrency to explode in 2022? ›

Below is a list of the next cryptocurrency to explode in 2022: Dash 2 Trade (D2T) - Overall Best Utility Token with Crypto Signals Set to Explode. RobotEra (TARO) - Top P2E Crypto in Newly Launched Presale. IMPT - Green Crypto Project Enabling Users to Reduce Carbon Footprint.

Is investing $100 in crypto enough? ›

If you're looking into cryptocurrency for the first time, you may be wondering, “can I start by investing $100 in Bitcoin?” The answer is definitely yes. But before you make your first investment, there are a few things you should know about crypto.

Can crypto make you a millionaire? ›


There are no guarantees that you'll become a millionaire, but if you invest in the right places and hold those investments for the long term, it's still possible to see significant returns.

Is it worth investing small in crypto? ›

We definitely don't recommend investing all your life savings on cryptocurrency markets. It's best to see it a bit like gambling so only invest small amount of your disposable income and be prepared to lose the lot. Never invest more than you can afford to lose.

How do Bitcoins make money for beginners? ›

Lending Bitcoin

If you already own some Bitcoin, you can earn interest on your assets by lending to other investors or institutions. Platforms like Cake DeFi allow users to lend fractional shares of Bitcoin with interest rates as high as 5% APY. However, each platform has stipulations for lending.

Which crypto gives highest return in future? ›

In this regard, we've compiled a list of the top 10 Cryptocurrencies with the highest returns in 2022.
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Can you make a monthly income from crypto? ›

Lending platforms are one of the easiest ways to earn passive income from your crypto assets. All you need to do is deposit your cryptocurrencies into a lending platform and they will loan them out to borrowers. The interest that the borrowers pay will be paid back to you in the form of cryptocurrency.

How do I make monthly money on crypto? ›

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Can you make money in crypto everyday? ›

Day Trading Cryptocurrency

Nonetheless, day trading can be another way to make money with cryptocurrency, just like it is with stocks or other securities. Day traders buy and sell assets within the same day, in order to try and score a quick profit.

Can you use crypto in NZ? ›

Crypto.com Tax Is Now Available in New Zealand.

How much money do you need to start a crypto fund? ›

As high-net-worth individuals are investors, the digital currency hedge fund should have a net worth of at least $100k. Only then can you handle portfolios of accredited investors.

Can you withdraw from crypto NZ? ›

At a Glance: To withdraw money from Crypto.com, open the app, link a bank account (if you haven't already), hit the Withdraw button towards the bottom of the screen, choose Fiat and select your preferred currency, enter how much you want to take out, and hit the Withdraw button.

Can you withdraw crypto to NZ bank account? ›

Some cryptocurrency wallets and exchanges support NZD withdrawal for your digital investments. Easy Crypto, Binance, Independent Exchange, and Kiwi Coin are some of the most popular ones that support direct NZD withdrawals. Once you've processed the withdrawal, you can deposit it through: Local NZ bank transfer.

Can I buy a house with Bitcoin in NZ? ›

It is legal to trade Bitcoin but it isn't a legal tender like fiat money is. The banks will only ever deal in legal tender (ie; New Zealand Dollars). So to get a mortgage for a property, the purchase price will need to be denominated in NZDs too.

What is a good cryptocurrency to start with? ›

Bitcoin (BTC)
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Can making a crypto make you rich? ›

There's no denying that some cryptocurrency traders have become millionaires thanks to their successful investments. What's not as often discussed is the great number of people who have lost significant sums trying to become rich by investing in crypto.

How do I sell crypto to NZD? ›

The first way to sell your Bitcoin (or other cryptocurrency) is to swap it directly for New Zealand Dollars. You can do this by sending your coins from your wallet or exchange (like Binance, Crypto.com, or Coinbase) to a broker such as Easy Crypto.

Can you invest in crypto with little money? ›

If your trading account offers fractional shares, you may be able to get started with just a few dollars. There are drawbacks. Since ETFs are mutual funds, they include a management fee. The oldest and most popular of these, the ProShares Bitcoin Strategy ETF, levies an annual fee of 0.95% of invested assets.

How much should I invest in crypto at a time? ›

In fact, investing 5% of your portfolio in crypto is an often-quoted percentage of your net worth to tie up in crypto assets. Some experts recommend starting much lower, with just a 1% investment in cryptocurrency and the remaining 99% of your portfolio going to stocks and other traditional investments.

When should I take profit for crypto? ›

One of the best times for taking profits in crypto is when you spot the formation of a bearish chart pattern. Death crosses, head and shoulders, shooting stars and other bearish patterns often signal trend reversals, and should be incorporated into any crypto profit-taking strategy.


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