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How to

How to send Bitcoin to another TRASTRA wallet

Before you can conduct a transaction and send crypto to someone else, you'll need to choose and set up a crypto wallet and accrue crypto by either receiving them from someone else, buying them, or mining for new bitcoins.

Find out: How and where to buy Bitcoin

Once you have cryptocurrency, such as Bitcoin or Ethereum in your TRASTRA wallet, you can easily send it to others. 

 

There are two ways to send cryptocurrencies using TRASTRA:

  • Sending to a crypto wallet address
  • Scanning a QR-code

Here is a little tutorial, which helps you to do it fast and easy:

 

1. Log in to your TRASTRA account and go to the dashboard 

 

 

2. Choose the wallet with crypto you need (Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash and Ripple)

 

3. Click “Send Funds”  

 

4. Enter the amount you’d like to send

 

5. Enter the recipient’s or scan a QR-code 

 

6. Tap the Send button

 

7. Go to your e-mail inbox and find a confirmation e-mail there. Just click on the link in the e-mail to confirm the transaction. Otherwise, the transfer will expire and your transaction won’t go through.

 

Read more: What are the benefits of TRASTRA Multiple Crypto Wallets?

 

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