Coinbase One

Learn about our Coinbase One free trial.

Coinbase One is a subscription product that gives members access to exclusive benefits. See here for a full list. Note that some membership benefits and partner deals are not available in all regions, or to all members.

How to join Coinbase One

  1. Navigate to Profile & Settings

  2. Select the Coinbase One option

  3. When you sign up, you'll be asked to provide payment information for your monthly subscription.

If you have a promo code, simply add it when selecting your payment method to apply it to your subscription.

Can I share my subscription?

No, you can't share your subscription. Additionally, for security reasons, you should be the only one able to access your Coinbase account.  

How to pay for Coinbase One

You can pay for Coinbase One through:

  • Your linked bank account (ACH) (US Only)

  • Your linked debit card

  • Your linked Paypal account (US and EU available countries)

  • Crypto

    • US customers only; USDC or USDT requires an available balance of at least $100

Note: If your original payment method fails, other payment methods on your account will be charged.

Can I change my subscription payment method?

We’re working on this improvement and it should be available soon. 

Learn about Coinbase One billing plans.

Can I pause my subscription?

Yes, you can pause your subscription for one month. To initiate a pause, go to the Coinbase One subscriptions page and select Manage Subscription. From there, you'll have the option to pause.

During the pause, you will not be billed for Coinbase One and will still have access to account protection and 24/7 priority support. However, you won't have access to zero trading fees, pre-filled tax form 8949, or partner deals.

You can reactivate or cancel your subscription at any time during the one-month pause. If you do nothing, the subscription will automatically reactivate after the pause period has ended and normal billing will resume.

Can I be reimbursed for previous trading fees? 

No, you will not be reimbursed for previous trading fees now that you are a subscribed to Coinbase One.

Why was I still charged a trading fee?

There may be a couple reasons why you are seeing a trading fee: 

  • You may have exceeded your trading cap for the month. You can check this in your account settings. 

  • Make sure that you are using the Simple Trade feature in Coinbase. Coinbase One fee-free trading is not currently extended to Advanced Trade

    • While Advanced Trade does not include fee free trading, we do provide a 25% fee rebate that gets credited back to your account in USDC.

     

If neither of the above situations apply to you, please contact us

Why was a spread included in my trade?

Coinbase includes a spread in the price when you buy or sell cryptocurrencies or in the exchange rate when you convert cryptocurrencies. This allows us to temporarily lock in a price for trade execution while you review the transaction details prior to submitting your transaction. Learn more about Coinbase pricing and fees

How to cancel your subscription

To cancel your subscription on Coinbase.com:

  1. Sign in to your Coinbase account.

  2. Select avatarand select Settings.

  3. Select the Coinbase One tab.

  4. Select Manage Subscription > Cancel Subscription

  5. Confirm your subscription cancellation. 

Can I reactivate my subscription?

Yes, if your billing cycle hasn’t closed. In your Settings, select Coinbase One then Resume subscription to re-activate it.  

Can I get a refund for my subscription after I cancel?

No, we are unable to offer a refund—please see our terms and conditions. However, you enjoy all the subscription perks until the end of your current billing cycle.

Geographic availability

Coinbase One is available in the countries below. We will expand this list as we expand into new locations.

Andorra
Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Gibraltar
Greece
Guernsey
Hungary
Ireland
Isle of Man
Jersey
Latvia
Lichtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
Netherlands
Norway
Portugal
Romania
San Marino
Slovakia
Slovenia
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States