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Invest in crypto
with confidence.

You can buy crypto for the long term and invest The Stash Way®.
Plus, it can help diversify, and strengthen, your portfolio over time.

Get started

To begin investing on Stash, you must be approved from an
account verification perspective and open a brokerage account.

Count on crypto with Stash.

We’ll help you invest with clear guidance and
support, no matter what tomorrow brings.

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Run the numbers

You can use the Stash Crypto Calculator to help you keep a balanced portfolio.

Crypto your way.

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Your cash and securities are held in your brokerage account at Apex Clearing, and your cryptocurrencies are held in your crypto account at Bakkt.

Meet the crypto coins on Stash.

You can now invest in Bitcoin, Ethereum, Solana,
and more—specially curated by our Stash
Investment Team.

Why these
crypto coins?

They are among the largest and most established cryptocurrencies available—which is why the Stash Investment Team believes these specific coins can help diversify your portfolio. Investing in crypto is not without risks—however, we believe investing now can pay off over time.

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This is not a recommendation to buy or sell a particular digital asset.

Why buy cryptocurrency
with Stash?

Invest in crypto for
the long term.

The price of crypto may fluctuate in the short term, but we believe investing in it for the long term can help diversify your portfolio and can pay off over time. That’s a big deal—especially in this market.

Get advice from
a pro.

As a Registered Investment Advisor, we’ve got answers on how to help keep a balanced portfolio when you invest in crypto for the long haul—and it’s our duty to act in your best interest always. Plus, diversifying your investments with crypto can help you build wealth over time.

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Your crypto is

At Stash, we use 256-bit encryption, along with continuous fraud monitoring, to help protect your crypto against potential theft.

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Ready to get started?

Here’s how to invest
in cryptocurrency on Stash.

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Sign up for Stash, and get your first month on us.+

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Pick the plan that’s right for you, starting at $3/month.

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Open a Personal Portfolio

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Activate crypto.

Note: crypto trading fees will vary based on your subscription plan.

Start now

To begin investing on Stash, you must be approved from an
account verification perspective and open a brokerage account.

Questions about crypto?

Get answers before you break into the blockchain.

Frequently asked questions

What is cryptocurrency?

Cryptocurrency is a virtual currency that, like cash, is a source of purchasing power. It’s also an avenue for investment and, like other investment assets, can be bought with the objective of financial return. Unlike most forms of currency, cryptocurrencies are decentralized, meaning they are not issued, backed, or regulated by a central authority like the U.S. government.

Is buying cryptocurrency a good investment?

Whether crypto will be a good investment for you depends on many factors. As with all investing, the answer comes down to things like your tolerance for risk, both in financial terms and in psychological terms, and your time horizon, as well as how diversified your portfolio is. The volatility of crypto means that the value of your coins can go up or down quickly, and sometimes dramatically.

Are there any fees for crypto?

Yes—crypto trading fees will vary based on your subscription plan. For Stash Growth customers, the fee is 1% per transaction and for Stash+ customers, the fee is 0.8% per transaction. This transaction fee will be deducted from the total amount of each crypto transaction. It will cover execution, custodial, and account maintenance costs in connection with your crypto account and is not part of your Stash Subscription fee.