With Abra, you can buy cryptocurrencies with some of the most competitive rates in the market. Fees may apply in select transaction types, as below:
|What would you like to do?||Fees|
|Fund my wallet|
|Add funds via a US or PH bank (ACH)||
|Add funds via Wires (US only)||Abra Wire Program|
|Add funds via a Guatemalan bank||inBestGo|
|Add funds via Visa or MasterCard via the app||Simplex|
|Add funds via Visa or MasterCard via website||MoonPay|
|Add funds via teller (Philippines)||
Up to 2%
Tambunting 1 branch fees (both deposit and withdrawal) to 1.25%. Tambunting 2, 3 and 4 will lower their branch fees (both deposit and withdrawal) to 1.5%. Other tellers may charge up to 2%; for additional information please contact the teller directly.
|Add funds via Crypto deposit||
Abra does not charge a network fee to receive cryptocurrency from a non-Abra wallet or exchange. That non-Abra wallet or exchange may charge a network fee to send to your Abra wallet; please check with the company regarding their fees.
|Withdraw from my wallet|
|Withdraw via US or PH bank||
Abra never charges a fee for bank withdrawals.
Some banks in the Philippines may charge a small fee for incoming transfers; there is no fee for UnionBank.
|Withdraw via teller (Philippines)||
Up to 2%
|Withdraw via Crypto||
|Exchange between currencies|
|An exchange between any 2 currencies|
|Send funds to another Abra wallet||
Abra does not charge an Abra fee to 'Send funds' to another Abra wallet. However, if you withdraw cryptocurrency from your wallet to another Abra user's wallet there will be a network fee.
Any time a cryptocurrency withdrawal is done you will be charged a network fee (the network fee will vary depending on that cryptocurrency's network) plus a withdrawal fee. Our custodian charges a withdrawal fee. Due to this, the withdrawal fee is passed to you, the user.
*There will be no transaction fees for exchanging between currencies, although Abra will make money on the exchange spread.