Where to buy Meta crypto?

Where to buy Meta crypto?

How Do I Buy Meta Crypto?

If you would like to buy Metacoin, the top exchanges for trading are currently Bittrex, Liquid, Binance and MEXC.

You can buy & sell MTC with fiat currencies (USD, CAD, AUD, EUR, GBP, etc.) or trade another coin such as BTC or ETH for MTC.

You can store coins on exchanges after purchase but, if you plan to hold your MTC for a long time, it would be wise to buy a “hardware wallet” to keep the coins. In the end, a cold wallet is the most secure method of storing MTC.

tep by step guide on how to buy Meta (MTA) cryptocurrency with USD

To buy Meta using USD (US Dollar) you will have to use a cryptocurrency exchange or financial service that supports funding via either your bank account or credit card.

The three major options for this in the United States are Coinbase, Paypal (or Venmo), or Robinhood.

PayPal (or Venmo) is probably the most well-known of the group of three, however as of right now if you plan on trading this cryptocurrency on other marketplaces this is not your best option as the crypto in your account cannot be transferred to other accounts on or off PayPal.

Robinhood also has the same limitations as Paypal (or Venmo) where they “don’t currently provide you with access to your wallet or your wallet address” which means they do not offer a way for your to transfer your crypto out of Robinhood.

So we are going to focus this guide on how to use Coinbase to buy MTA using USD.

Step One: Setup your own Coinbase account

Visit Coinbase to create your account.

Coinbase Homepage

If you already have a Coinbase account, skip to step two.

Coinbase has both an iOS (iPhone) and Android app to manage your account, however the easiest way to create an account with them is to use their website.

So the first thing you’ll need to do is visit their website.

Once you are at their website you’ll need to enter your email address in the get started box. Make sure that this is both an email address you have access to and also one that you consider the most secure as you’ll use this to sign in and manage your cryptocurrencies.

Next you should see a pop-up asking you for a few more account details such as your first and last name, re-confirming your email address (really annoying as sometimes this will show up as blank), setting a password, and the state you live in. You also need to be at least years of age to sign up for an account.

Coinbase Sign Up Modal

NOTE: MAKE SURE to use your real name as Coinbase will use this for account verification.

As with more sign-up processes, the next step will be Coinbase sending you an email to verify your email address. Once you receive the email just click on the link and you should now have access to your Coinbase account.

The nice thing about Coinbase is there is no upfront waiting period—simply sign up, confirm your email address, and you’re all set.

The next part sometimes changes (we are guessing Coinbase does a lot of user testing) but normally you are then asked for your mobile phone number. This is 100% so you can setup your Two-factor authentication (2FA) to make your account even more secure. We have never seen a spam message came from this, rather it is only used to login to your account and alert you to any major account changes.

If you didn’t see the 2FA sign up, don’t worry, it will appear at some point.

Coinbase assumes that you are signing up for an Individual investment account so the next part of the sign up process deals with verifying your identity.

Coinbase will ask you for your full legal name, address, date of birth, and a few other personal questions.

Once you’ve completed that portion, the next step will be a photo verification. Since we are discussing how to purchase [coin] [symbol] using US Dollar, we are assuming you are a US resident. If that’s the case you can either upload your Driver’s License, State ID card, or passport to verify your identity.

It might take a few minutes to process and validate your identity, but once the process is complete you are ready to fund your Coinbase account.

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