How to Buy EOS in Canada
EOS wants to be a bigger, better, faster version of Ethereum
SUMMARY1. Brief Intro2. Price3. How to Buy4. Why Netcoins?5. About EOS
Brief Intro

EOS is owned by an organization called Block.one. In May 2017, the whitepaper for EOS was released but it wasn’t until June 2018 when EOS was launched. Although it’s Dan Larimer (a software developer) who is typically most associated with EOS, Brendan Blumer is the CEO. The goal of EOS is to create a platform where big businesses can run their operations and applications without worrying about slow speed (since the network can run thousands of transactions per second). If you are wondering how to buy EOS in Canada, Netcoins is a publicly owned, fully regulated crypto trading platform based in Canada. With 0% funding fees, free cash withdrawals, and live customer support service seven days a week, we make it simple for Canadians to buy EOS and other cryptocurrencies.
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How to Buy EOS

Sign up for an account and provide some personal details to get your account verified.

Your Netcoins account can be funded with a crypto deposit, an ACH transfer or a bank wire transfer.

Buy and sell as much EOS as you want with no slippage due to our deep liquidity.

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More About EOS
EOS is a platform that allows developers to build decentralized apps (or DApps). The aim is to make it as easy as possible for developers to innovate upon it. Not only that, but EOS also focuses on solving the scalability issues that exists with blockchains and improve the user experience for big businesses. That’s why there are many resources available for developers to build upon the EOS network.

The EOS platform, like the Ethereum platform, lets people build and run decentralized apps (known as dApps). However, EOS seeks to be like Ethereum but for big businesses. For this reason, it can process transactions at a much faster rate than Ethereum can. Although this is an important distinction, there are also other differences worth mentioning. Ethereum has an unlimited supply of ETH it will produce – though they have started to burn tokens as a way to make ETH a deflationary asset. EOS on the other hand has a total supply cap of 1 billion with a yearly inflation set to 5%.

For starters, EOS has ambitions to be better, faster and bigger than Ethereum. While Ethereum’s network can handle around 15 transactions per second, EOS is hoping to increase this to millions of transactions per second -which is more than even VISA handles. Plus, there are no fees to send or receive EOS. EOS provides businesses with the ability to build blockchain solutions similar to the way that web applications can be built. Although there seems to be potential for EOS, it is still in its infancy

You don’t need to buy 1 entire EOS coin to get started! You can buy fractions of an EOS coin. In fact, the smallest unit of EOS is 0.0001. Many beginners start their journey by accumulating small amounts of EOS coins. You can start as small as $10, or invest up to $10 million with Netcoins. It’s completely up to you!

EOS is still very much in its early days and performing well. If it can continue to pursue improvements and work on its mission to process millions of transactions per second, it could be difficult for Ethereum to compete with EOS in the future for number of transactions. 2022 will tell how well the EOS blockchain will perform. It will be an exciting year for EOS and many other cryptocurrencies so remember, you can get started by buying as little as $10 worth of EOS tokens.


Buying EOS can be a good way for investors to diversify their portfolio by having non-traditional assets mixed in with traditional assets. People invest in EOS for three main reasons: EOS provides big businesses with the ability to build blockchain applications (similar to building web apps) There are no fees for sending or receiving EOS coins EOS supports thousands of commercial-scale dApps without running into bottlenecks (this could mean outcompeting Ethereum in the long-run) EOS is still very much in its infancy and will continue to fascinate investors in the coming years

Netcoins USA is a licensed money service business under FinCEN, we adhere to the strict guidelines set by them for Money Transmitter Businesses. We are required to have a Know-Your-Customer (KYC) process and compliance program in place. KYC is a process that allows us to verify the identity of our customers, as per American regulations.

You will have to provide your email address, phone number and personal information including your first name, last name, address, date of birth and a piece of identification (like a driver’s license). Most users are verified at this point through our automated process. If you don’t pass the automated KYC process, you will have to go through an additional document verification stage. This is important and required as we are a regulated money service business in the US.

Your Netcoins account can be funded with a crypto deposit, regular ACH, ACH pre-funding or a bank wire transfer. Once you have funds in your Netcoins account, you’ll find that it’s super easy to buy EOS in the US.

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