Cash App may charge a small fee when you buy or sell bitcoin. If so, the fee will be listed on the trade confirmation before you complete the transaction.
When you buy or sell bitcoin using Cash App, the price is derived from the quoted mid-market price, inclusive of a margin, or spread.
The mid-market price is the average price of bitcoin currently selling across other major exchanges. Like any other financial market, this average price is not necessarily the price you are able to buy or sell at, but is how we calculate our bids.
When you buy bitcoin using Cash App, the margin may differ from when you sell it. The price and margin may also differ from what you see available on other marketplaces.
When you withdraw bitcoin, you are able to choose a deposit speed of Standard, Rush, or Priority. Expedited withdrawals cost a network fee that will be deducted from your Bitcoin Balance. If you select Standard, you will not be charged a network fee. The exact fee for Rush and Priority withdrawals depend on the congestion of the blockchain at the time of your transaction.
To view the fee of a specific Bitcoin purchase or withdrawal:
- Tap the Activity Tab on your Cash App home screen
- Select a Bitcoin Transaction
- Tap the ... in the top right
The fee and exchange rate will be displayed.