What is the easiest way to buy Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies?

I want to buy cryptocurrencies but don’t know how, who can share step by step instructions on how to go about it?

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    It’s very simple friend, just Register for an account with an exchange like Coinhako, you will be prompted to enable a 2-factor authentication, go ahead and do that then verify your account, click on Deposit SGD, proceed to transfer the funds into your account, then click on Buy BTC, enter the amount of BTC you want to buy or the amount of SGD you want to spend, review the transaction details and finally click on Buy BTC.

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