BTCBOX is a cryptocurrency exchange platform based in Japan.
Here are practical steps on how to buy Ethereum on BTCBOX:
Go to https://www.btcbox.co.jp and click on “New Registration.”
Fill out the registration form with the email and password you want to register. Click the “I agree to the above terms” button. A confirmation link will then be sent to your email.
Go to your email and open the message from BTCBOX. Click on the verification link. You will be redirected to the website after.
Once you’re back on BTCBOX, you can verify your account via phone. Enter your mobile number on the box and hit “Code acquisition” beside it. Enter the code you just acquired and then click “next.”
2FA or Two-Factor Authentication is the next level of protection for exchange platforms. This is to keep your account secure from hackers.
To set up one on BTCBOX, go to “Security” and select “Set Google 2-step Authentication.” On your smartphone, download the Google Authenticator app. Once done, scan the QR code provided by BTCBOX through the app you just installed on your phone.
After scanning successfully, gather the code you acquired and enter it on the box below and then hit “Confirm.”
To start trading, funding your account is to be done first. To do this, go to “Finance” or just directly click the “Deposit” button found on your profile box located at the right side of the dashboard.
On the Finance page, select “JPY Deposit,” enter the amount you wish to deposit and click “Next.”
Fill out the deposit form and click the “Confirm” button.
You can check the status of your transactions at the “Deposit History.”
Now that your account has been funded, you can start buying.
From the dashboard, go to “JPY Trading” and select the cryptocurrency you want to trade.
Let’s say, you fancy Bitcoin, click on “BTC Trade” and you will then get redirected to the Exchange page.
Go to the order form at the center of the page, enter the amount you want to trade, and then click “Buy” to proceed.
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