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Payment methods at CEX.IO

CEX.IO users can make crypto purchases, and fiat transfers, via the website and mobile app with a broad range of funding methods.

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Written by Diana Prince
Updated over a week ago

CEX.IO users can make crypto purchases, and fiat transfers, via the website and mobile app with a broad range of funding methods, such as:

  • Visa/Mastercard debit/credit cards

  • Google/Apple Pay

  • Bank transfers

  • E-wallets

  • Cryptocurrencies

  • PayPal

Keep in mind that the availability of specific payment methods may vary based on one's country of residence, and account verification status. For more information on payment methods, check out this page.

Below, we assembled tips for some available payment methods.

Debit/Credit cards

Users can utilize Visa and Mastercard debit and credit cards to deposit and withdraw funds, and/or instantly buy/sell crypto.

  • Requirement: Complete at least identity verification.

  • Limits: Depends on verification level. Find the minimum and maximum limits for card transactions here.

Note: New customers (under three months from the identity verification) have a maximum daily limit of $1,000 and a maximum monthly limit of $3,000. After three months, standard payment method limits are applied.

Deposit and withdrawal guides:

Other useful guides:

Google/Apple Pay

CEX.IO customers can use Visa/Mastercard debit/credit cards added to Google/Apple Pay to perform transactions on CEX.IO.

Bank transfers

CEX.IO features the following types of bank transfers:

  • SWIFT — Available worldwide.

  • Faster Payments — U.K. only.

  • SEPA — European countries.

How to access:

  • Requirement: Complete at least address verification.

  • Limits: Depending on the bank transfer type. Find relevant limits and commissions here.

Deposit and withdrawal guides:

For delayed bank transfers, see the list of possible reasons in this guide.

E-wallets

Supported e-wallets include:

  • Skrill

  • Neteller

  • Epay

How to access:

  • Requirement: Complete at least identity verification.

  • Limits: Depending on the e-wallet type. Find relevant limits and commissions here.

Deposit and withdrawal guides:

Cryptocurrencies

CEX.IO supports 200+ digital assets, and offers transfers via 40+ blockchains. Find the list of supported cryptocurrencies via the Wallet page.

  • Requirement: Complete at least identity verification.

  • Limits: Depending on the verification level. Find relevant limits and commissions for each supported cryptocurrency here (Cryptocurrencies tab).

Deposit and withdrawal guides:

If something goes wrong with a crypto transaction, check these guides:

If you’ve sent a crypto deposit to an incorrect address, you can request recovery from CEX.IO.

PayPal

Eligible customers can use PayPal for crypto purchases via the Instant Buy service using CEX.IO’s website and mobile app.

Note: This payment method is currently available only for U.S. customers.

Useful links:

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The web content provided by CEX.IO is for educational purposes only. The information and tools provided neither are, nor should be construed as, an offer, or a solicitation of an offer, or a recommendation, to buy, sell or hold any digital asset or to open a particular account or engage in any specific investment strategy. Digital asset markets are highly volatile and can lead to loss of funds.

The availability of the products, features, and services on the CEX.IO platform is subject to jurisdictional limitations. To understand what products and services are available in your country, please see our Licenses and Registrations.

CEX.IO Corp. is not a registered broker-dealer or FINRA member. Crypto is not insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) or the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC).

Taxes may be payable on any return and/or on any increase in the value of your digital assets and you should seek independent advice on your tax obligations.

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