Talk to a Real Person: Live Chat Support Service for Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency

If you need help buying or selling Bitcoin or other cryptocurrency, try contacting bitcoin.org or coinbase.com.

I no longer offer this service.

Someone alerted me they received a text about crypto from me.  This is not me.  This is a scam of some sort (e.g., hacking, phishing, etc.).  I am not contacting you.

Again, I am no longer offering this service.

Try bitcoin.org.

I originally created a service for people having trouble trading cryptocurrency because a lot of times people need to talk to a real person, not just read the same FAQ sections or chat with a bot.

Cryptocurrency is a delicate thing, especially if you’re not tech savvy or just a beginner.  It’s so easy for someone to say they’re going to help you and then turn around and rip you off.

The overarching theme here is I’m trustworthy and proving this out by establishing trust by making all the right moves one step at a time.  I’ve already helped a handful of clients that had a level of skepticism (understandably so because crypto is wild) but quickly saw that I was legitimate.

If you need help with Bitcoin, Ripple, Ethereum, or another ALT coin or token, contact me and let’s see if I can resolve your problem.  Read more about hiring me for help with cryptocurrency.

Sometimes I can’t help you.  If I can’t, I’ll let you know.

It’s also important to know that I’m not associated with any of the exchanges, coins, or other third party services like Coinbase, Binance, etc.

If a policy of theirs is stopping you from completing a transaction, I can’t force them to act.

I will also never ask for your private key or account passwords.  If someone does, then it’s not me.

I offer the simple service of an actual, real live person helping you with cryptocurrency.  Beyond the service, I think the trust factor alone makes the price a tremendous value.