Payment methods


The most widely used payment method in the Netherlands supports the following banks: ABN AMRO, ASN Bank, Friesland Bank, ING, Rabobank, RegioBank, SNS Bank, Triodos Bank and Van Lanschot Bankiers.


Traditional bank transfer. With the introduction of SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area) we have 1 European payment market with uniform payment products. No more separate rules per country, but the same guidelines for each country.

Sofort Banking

In contrast to a normal transfer, the customer only has to verify the payment, just as with iDeal. Supported countries; Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Spain and France. Your order will be executed immediately, but will be frozen (sell/withdrawal) until Coinmerce has received all data from Sofort.


This is the most popular payment method in Belgium. The card is suitable for both online and offline payments. All major Belgian banks are affiliated and make payments via Bancontact possible.


This is a widely used payment method in Germany. It uses more than 1.500 German banks, making it a trusted payment method among German customers.

Coinmerce Coins

1 Coinmerce Coin always equals € 1, and this offers traders the opportunity to secure their return. When you decide to complete a payment with Coinmerce Coins, you do not pay any transaction costs and the transaction time is also reduced. Coinmerce Coins offer benefits for every Coinmerce user. However, the most advantage lies with traders who buy and sell a lot on Coinmerce. This because they want to be able to act quickly and at the lowest possible cost.


Electronic Payment Standard (EPS) is the most widely used online payment method in Austria. This payment method is comparable to the popularity of the online payment method iDEAL in the Netherlands. As with iDEAL, consumers do not have to register with EPS and can pay via their trusted online banking environment.