Rain is licensed by the Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) as a Crypto-Asset Brokerage. We are subject to rigorous cybersecurity, capital reserve, and banking compliance standards. Learn more »
The majority of our cryptocurrency funds are stored offline in Rain's proprietary Cold Storage system. We use bank-grade security, encryption, and meet all CCSS requirements. Learn more »
Rain has brought international standard pricing and fees to the Middle East. Buy or sell bitcoin, ethereum, litecoin, and XRP with a fee of 1.5% on our brokerage. Learn more »
You will always talk to a real human. We guarantee a 24 hour response whether it is via live-chat or email. We provide both Arabic and English support. Learn more »
We have hundreds of support articles for our customers to read. You can also join our newsletter or in-person meetups to stay up to date in the cryptocurrency industry. Learn more »
Connect your bank account or card to buy and sell cryptocurrencies. Download the Rain app for your phone or use our website.
Deposit or withdraw local currency via bank transfer to or from your Rain account. We accept the following fiat currencies:
You can use your Visa, MasterCard, Mada, KNET, BENEFIT, and American Express cards to buy digital currency instantly on Rain.
Our mission is to bring cryptocurrency to the Middle East. We have done this by becoming licensed by the Central Bank of Bahrain and building institutional-grade infrastructure to accept local currencies in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Oman.
Bahrain’s Rain gets central bank license to operate cryptocurrency exchange.
Rain is the first cryptocurrency exchange to earn a regulatory license in the Middle East and joins an elite group of exchanges internationally.
Rain, whose digital platform and custodian services allow people to buy, sell and store digital currency in a secure environment.
Rain received a Crypto-Asset Module (CRA) license [as] the first project and graduate under the Central Bank of Bahrain’s (CBB) sandbox program [...] looking to fill a gap in the Middle East’s digital asset market.