Safely and easily buy or sell Bitcoin.

Dacotah Bank is excited to provide the ability to buy and sell Bitcoin, powered by NYDIG. Use Dacotah Bank’s online and mobile banking platforms to interact with your NYDIG account.

To learn more about Bitcoin, read “Bitcoin 101” published by NYDIG here.

  Easy signup and immediate access for current Dacotah Bank customers.

  Since we already know you, there is no tedious verification process.  You’ll be able to buy and sell Bitcoin right away.


 Clear account information.

  You’ll see your balance and transactions in both Bitcoin (BTC) and US dollars. And we show you all transaction fees before you place a trade,

  so you’re never surprised with hidden fees.


  Manage your Bitcoin account on the Dacotah Bank app. 

  You can trade Bitcoin 24/7, 365 days a year.


  Automatic transaction documentation for tax time.

  You won’t have to request or track down anything. We’ll provide your transaction receipts and tax documents automatically.


 Ironclad platform thanks to NYDIG.

  Dacotah Bank partner NYDIG utilizes cold storage for the safe keeping of Bitcoin, adhering to the highest security, regulatory, and operational standards.


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“Bitcoin execution and custody services are provided by NYDIG Execution LLC (“NYDIG”). NYDIG is authorized by the New York State Department of Financial Services to engage in virtual currency business activity. To receive bitcoin services you must open an account with NYDIG in which your bitcoin will be held (the “NYDIG Account”). Please refer to NYDIG’s terms and conditions for more information, including applicable eligibility criteria. Bitcoin balances in your NYDIG Account are not insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF), the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC), or any other public or private insurer. NYDIG does not make any recommendations regarding buying or selling bitcoin. There are risks associated with bitcoin trading.”