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FoundedDecember, 2013
HeadquartersMexico City, DF, Mexico
Founder(s)Pablo Gonzalez, Ben Peters]
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Bitso is a LATAM-focussed global Bitcoin exchange that currently operates Mexican Peso (MXN) and Argentine Peso (ARS) markets with support for instant deposits and withdrawals through Mexico's SPEI banking system and the Coelsa inter-bank system in Argentina.


  • Buying/selling

A buy/sell order is executed partially or in full when the price bid can be matched against a sell/buy order that is at or below the bid amount.

Adding funds


There are no fees incurred when when transferring bitcoins for deposit. Funds are available once confirmed (4 confirms), a process that can take roughly 40 minutes.


Exchange accepts instant MXN deposits via SPEI transfers.
No fees for deposits & withdrawals via SPEI transfer.

Withdrawing funds


Exchange accepts instant MXN withdrawals via SPEI transfers.
No fees for deposits & withdrawals via SPEI transfer.


Bitso charges a trading fee from each party of successful trades made through the market. The amount of the fee will vary based on a 30 day trading history. The rate for new accounts and those with the lowest volume is 1%. Refer to the [1] to determine discount levels.

Account Security

Access to an account may be protected with the optional Two Factor Authorization.

Language Support

The site has support for various languages:

  • English
  • Spanish


API is available https://bitso.com/api_info?l=en

Data Services




The exchange was announced on April, 2014. Bitso.com is owned and operated by Bitso S.A.P.I. de C.V. and based in Mexico City, Mexico.

See Also

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