How to Buy BitShares (BTS) in Anguilla

A Step-by-Step-Guide on how to buy BitShares (BTS) in Anguilla

Step 1 – Join Coinmama

In the beginning you'll need to purchase one of the major coins. Exchanges normally accept either Ethereum or Bitcoin in exchange for Altcoins. Click below for registration and to get your Ethereum or Bitcoin.

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Step 2 – {Transmit} Your {Ethereum or Bitcoin} to an {Cryptocurrency Exchange}

Your {BTC (Bitcoin) or ETH (Ethereum)} {will need} to be sent over to an {Crypto Exchange} now. {All exchanges have} a deposit form that is {identical}. BitShares (BTS) is {obtainable} on Binance, so {we're going to} use that as an {sample}. {Unsure} on how to send {Coinbase funds} to an {Crypto Exchange}? ({Just follow} {these easy steps})

Make sure {you have} {chosen} the {correct} coin you {wish} to deposit.

{Bitcoin} must be sent to a {BTC} deposit address, {ETH} to an {Ethereum} deposit address, {etc}. {In the case} {you're} {working with} a decentralized exchange, {such as} Airswap or DDEX could be {unlike} ({Follow} {our manual}).

Step 3 – {Find} BitShares (BTS)

{Once} your deposit has been {confirmed}, {you will} {now} have access to your {finances} and you can {initiate} {purchasing} and trading. To {purchase} BitShares (BTS) on Binance, {you will} want to {hover over} the {tab which is called “Exchange”} and{} {mouse click} on “Basic”.

{To} {locate} BitShares (BTS), {you'll} need to {put} the {cointype} (BTS) into the {search-box}, which is {marked} in the {image}. {Make sure you have} {selected} the {proper} {grouping}, {we have} {highlighted} this {also}. Click on “BTS/BTC” to {go ahead}.

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Step 4 – {Purchase} BitShares (BTS)

{Once} {you've} {located} BitShares (BTS), {you'll} be {presented with} a {Chart with Prices} (in the Center of the {picture}) and {a few} Order Books ({on the Left} of the {picture}). {And now} {we're} {creating} our{ own} Limit Order.

The {”Price” field} will be {filled automatically} with the{} {recent} {valuation} BitShares (BTS) was {traded} for. {You can change this} to your {desired} {price}. The {”Amount” field} is the {volumen} of BTS you {want} to {buy}. The {field with the “Total” tag} is the {whole} price in {Bitcoin} that {you will} {settle} for the {whole} {amount} of BTS.

{When} {you're} {happy}, {make a mouse click} on “Buy BTS”. Your {order} will be filled {when} a {Seller} {sells} their BTS for the price you {gave}.

Step 5 – Withdraw BitShares (BTS)

Unless {you are}{ frequently} trading, {never keep your} {coins} on an {Crypto Trader} for an {extensive} {period of time}. {In order to} {withdraw} your BitShares (BTS), {go to} the {”Funds” tab} and {mouse click} on “Withdraw”. BitShares (BTS) can be {stored safely} using a Wallet, {for example} MyEtherWallet. (MyEtherWallet Setup Guide)

{Locate} BitShares (BTS) by using the {provided} drop-down box. {Enter} the {amount} of BitShares (BTS) {you would} {wish} to {withdraw}. {Take into account} the {shown} {fees/minimums}. Also make sure you have {entered} your {correct} withdraw address.

{When} {you're} {satisfied}, {make a mouse click on} “Submit”. You {may} be {asked} for {email/phone verification} {before} a {withdrawal}.

{Congratulations}! {You've} successfully {bought} and {safed} BitShares (BTS) in Anguilla.

That's it!

{Take offs} from {Crypto Trader} can {durate} {anywhere from} 1 – 30 minutes ({rely} on {usage of the network}). {Once} {you've} {proved} your {take off} {using} {Ethplorer.io or Etherscan.io} and the BitShares (BTS) is {stored} {in} your wallet, {you're} {finished}.

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