Bitcoin IRA providers enable US investors to add digital currency exposure to their retirement portfolios in a user-friendly and tax-beneficial manner.
Here, we’ve assembled a few of the best bitcoin IRAs to help you choose the best possible provider to help you with your digital asset retirement investments.
|Name||Description||Provider Launch Year||Number of Investable Digital Assets||Minimum Investment (USD)||Facebook Followers||Fees||Score|
|Broad Financial||Broad Financial is an established New York-based financial services company that specializes in self-directed IRAs and solo 401(k)s. In 2017, the company launched its digital currency IRA offering and now enables US investors to put bitcoin and four other digital assets into tax-beneficial retirement funds.||2004||Any Digital Asset||No minimum||506||Setup fee of $1395, one-time custodian fee $100, annual custodian fee $200||4|
|BlockMint||Launched by precious metals company Lear Capital, Blockmint enables US investors to "grow their IRA/401(k)s using the power of cryptocurrency." More specifically, Blockmint helps investors to place bitcoin and five different altcoins into tax-beneficial retirement investment portfolios.||1997||6||10,000||9,877||$500 setup fee along with 1% transaction fee, $195 annual maintainance fee, $20 monthly maintenance fee and 0.07% monthly storage fee, 15% trade execution fee||3.5|
|Regal Assets Bitcoin IRA||California-based Regal Assets is an alternative investments firm that focuses on precious metals and, recently, also on digital currencies. Its core offerings are precious metals and digital currency IRAs. Regal Assets allows investors to place any digital asset they would like into their retirement portfolios.||2010||Any Digital Asset||5,000||102,837||Not Publicly Disclosed||3.5|
|BitcoinIRA||BitcoinIRA has managed to position itself as the market leader in the digital currency IRA space since its launch in 2016. Currently, the California-based IRA provider enables investors to hold bitcoin and seven other digital currencies in a self-directed IRA, Roth IRA, or 401(k).||2016||8||20,000||8,286||15%||3|
|BitIRA||California-based BitIRA launched in 2017 to enable investors to invest in a range of digital assets in a tax-beneficial way as part of their retirement planning. Currently, the IRA provider offers eight investable digital assets. Digital currency IRAs can be set up as a traditional IRA, Roth IRA, SEP, or a SIMPLE account.||2017||6||20,000||3,669||Not Publicly Disclosed||2.5|
|First Digital IRA||California-based First Digital IRA was launched in 2017 to enable US investors to place digital currencies into their retirement portfolios. FD IRA enables investors to pick and choose any digital currencies they would like to invest in and place them into an IRA or 401(k).||2017||Any Digital Asset||20,000||509||Not Publicly Disclosed||2.5|
|Noble Bitcoin||California-based Noble Bitcoin was launched in 2016 to enable investors to add bitcoin to their retirement investment portfolio. Since its launch, the company has added three altcoins to its offering.||2016||4||Not Publicly Disclosed||133||Not Publicly Disclosed||2|
|Coin IRA||Coin IRA is one of the newest digital currency IRA providers to enter the market. Founded in 2017, Coin IRA enables investors to put bitcoin into an IRA or a 401(k).||2017||1||30,000||131||10% to 15%||1.5|
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