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When purchasing cryptocurrencies, each platform has its own limits when it comes to adding funds. And it often depends on your method of payment.
Coinbase, for instance, allows you to purchase cryptocurrency equal to $150 per week when using a credit card to add funds. Or $2,500 per week when using a bank account.
To see your limits — and to see how to increase that limit — check out Coinbase’s verifications page here.
Do you ever think that a simple password doesn’t provide enough security? Well, Google Authenticator can give you a bit more peace of mind.
When you log into your Coinbase account — and you have two-step authentication enabled — you’ll get a code sent to your mobile device. That code must be entered before gaining access to your Coinbase account.
To set up two-step authentication, just follow the simple instructions from Google here.
When transferring funds from Coinbase to Bittrex, it requires a payment “address” — which is a long series of numbers and letters that you copy and paste into your Coinbase account to transfer cryptocurrency.
Some subscribers have reported that this payment address isn’t working. If that happens to you, do not keep trying or you may be temporarily locked out of your account. Try to get in touch with a Coinbase or Bittrex agent or create a new address.
In your Coinbase account, go to the Buy/Sell tab and select “Sell.” You might need to create a deposit account first.
Then select the wallet you wish to sell from like your Bitcoin or Ethereum wallet. Select the account where you wish the deposit to go. Then you just confirm the order is correct and click “Sell Bitcoin.”
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