Your mobile pocket-sized cryptobank
is with you whenever you need it
Crypterium lets you send money directly to traditional bank accounts. Or pay bills with digital assets. We save you from the exchange hassle.
Let's face it, until now, digital assets has not been easy to use, even for the most experienced users. Buying, exchanging and even worse spending, has been a bit of a pain.
Everything was so complicated, time consuming and expensive, as much as 25% is extreme cases, and even then people never felt 100% secure with risks at every stage of the process.
Crypterium is banishing this to the past. Using our app you can send money to practically any bank account; your own, your friends, your clients, your bills. You send digital assets, the account receives traditional money.
With Crypterium IBAN solution, I no longer have to wait days for transferred funds to reach its recipient. I also no longer have to pay huge fees for international funds transfer.
I hope it'll let me pay for the rent in Australia without going through a bank and dealing with hidden fees.
It's THE feature I am waiting for! IBAN solution will let me pay all my bills and shopping 😊
You can transfer money to any accounts that have an IBAN number both personal and business accounts. Once you’ve chosen the option that suits your needs, you should fill in some standard details that’ll allow us to process your transfer.
Let us know recipient’s name, IBAN number, and SWIFT/BIC codes, then specify the amount you want to transfer and just send it. Simple, right?
Bank transfer delivery timescales vary for different countries, but are usually processed within 2 days. If you’re facing any delays, please contact our support.
IBAN stands for International Bank Account Number, which you can use when making or receiving international payment to help overseas banks identify your account for payments. You can find your IBAN in your bank account details. It’s up to 34 characters long and will include both numbers and letters.
The Bank Identifier Code (BIC) is used in many countries around the world. It is sometimes referred to as a ‘Swift’ code. It is used to identify the country, bank and branch that an account is registered to. The BIC/SWIFT is either 8 or 11 digits long and includes both numbers and letters.
You can pay any bills that have the IBAN number or BPAY logo (relevant for our Australian users) with your holdings.
We dynamically calculate the current exchange rate in real-time to make sure you get the best deal. The final rate will be shown on the confirmations screen.