The price for Bitcoin is finally starting to make gains. Isn’t it the right time to buy Bitcoin! We will make your crypto-buying experience easy, convenient and safe.
The most reliable and easy way is to make a purchase with our new “Buy Crypto” module.
Yes, TRASTRA has recently launched purchasing cryptocurrencies via Indacoin, which provides an easy way to buy bitcoins with Visa & Mastercard.
Is it the first time you are buying cryptocurrencies? No worries!
We will make your crypto-buying experience easy, convenient and safe.
Use this step-by-step guide on how to buy Bitcoin on TRASTRA:
Provide an email address, choose a username, and pick a strong, secure password.
TRASTRA Account verification is the process of confirming your identity based on the provided documents. After verification, you will be able to activate up to 5 different crypto wallets and to order your TRASTRA Payment card.
The full list of documents you have to upload during the procedure can be found here.
3. Start buying crypto
— Click the “Buy Crypto” tab on the Deposit Funds section or simply click the Buy Cryptocurrency button in the top-right corner;
— Choose the crypto wallet to receive crypto;
— Enter the amount of EUR you are going to spend;
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More detailed information with screenshots – in our FAQ tutorial.
If you have any questions, please contact our Support-Team – email@example.com or
ask an agent in Live Chat at TRASTRA.com website!
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