The easiest way to buy cryptocurrency is through exchangers. As a rule, they provide an opportunity to purchase the most popular digital assets included in the top 20 in terms of capitalization. Among them are Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP and others, as well as the stablecoin USDT. At the same time, you can pay for coins in different ways. For example, using bank cards, payment systems such as Qiwi, Yandex.Money, PayPal and others, by phone number, cash and other methods.
For the purchase of cryptocurrency through exchangers, a commission is taken. Its size can vary over a wide range, for example, be less than 1%, reach 10% and exceed this value. But usually it is 1-2%.
The amount of the commission depends on the cryptocurrency chosen by the user, the payment method and the specific exchanger. If the coin is not popular, the demand for it will be less, and accordingly, the fees will be higher. The size of the commission charged by the exchanger may also differ due to the size of the internal commission set by the payment system.