Ultimate guide on how to
buy Litecoin on Coinsuper

Step by step overview on how to buy Litecoin on Coinsuper

Coinsuper is a world leading digital asset exchange. This platform treats Security, Compliance, and Stability as their primary focus and vowed to provide customer-oriented, efficient, professional and secure trading services to the community.

The steps below will help you start trading Litecoin on Coinsuper.

  1. Sign-up for an account on Coinsuper
  2. Verify your Coinsuper account
  3. Secure your Coinsuper account by setting 2FA
  4. Fund your Coinsuper account
  5. Start trading on Coinsuper

1. Sign-up on Coinsuper

To start, access the Coinsuper site.

Once the site is up,  click the “Register” button which you can find at the upper-right area of the page.


Type in your email address and pick a password, then re-confirm it as required by the system. Check the agreement button and click on “Register.”

A new box pops-up asking you to arrange the images based on the order given at the top. When you’re done arranging, click on “OK” to exit.

Check your Inbox and locate the code sent by Coinsuper. Copy and paste the code, then click on “Register” to continue.

When the status changes to “Registration successful,” it’s a confirmation that you have successfully registered your Coinsuper account.

Awesome! You have opened an account on Coinsuper.


2. Verify your Coinsuper account

To secure your newly created Coinsuper account, you need to go through the “Verification” process. Transactions and currency withdrawals are allowed only after identity authentication is completed and approved.

After registration, place the mouse over your registered email address on the upper right corner. Click on “Get Verified” on the menu that appears.


Select “Personal authentication.”

Select the authentication method and fill in your personal information. The form will also require you to upload your Identity Card / Passport photos and relevant information. Finally, click on “Submit.”

Reminder: Real name and ID number cannot be modified after registration. For currency withdrawal, the bank card holder’s name must be the same as the name in identity authentication.

Verification process usually takes 1-3 working days. You may check the approval status at the “Verification Center.”

Way to go! You have verified your identity on Coinsuper. 


3. Set up Two-Factor Authentication on your Coinsuper account

What is 2FA?
Two-Factor Authentication, also known as 2FA, is an extra layer of security or added protection which we refer to as multi-factor authentication. Not only the username and password are required but also a piece of information that only a user possesses. This process is to confirm a user’s claimed identity.

The 2FA process helps lessen the number of identity theft cases and as well as phishing via email. It would be harder for potential intruders to gain access and steal someone’s identity and personal data without that piece of information that only the account owner knows.

In the case of exchanges what the user has are his/her login details such as the username and password. The form of 2FA that a user possesses for this instance is a token or code. The code can be received either through SMS on a user’s mobile phone or via applications like Google Authenticator or Authy.

To activate 2FA  on Coinsuper, place the mouse over your registered email on the top right corner and click on “Personal Information,” then “Bind.”

Use the Google Authenticator app to scan the pop-up window QR code, or alternatively enter the code manually below the QR code. After following the instructions, you will receive a 6-digit authentication code, enter the authentication code into the pop-up window on the Coinsuper official website.

Select “Confirm” after entering the authentication code and the page will automatically route you to “Personal Information.” Google authentication is completed once the status of “Google Authenticator” reads “Reset”.

Nice one! You have secured your Coinsuper account. 


4. Deposit funds on your Coinsuper account

It’s time to add money on your verified and secured Coinsuper account. You can add Litecoin or Fiat money. The first thing you need to do is to select the currency to be deposited, then click on “Deposit.”

For your chosen Litecoin, Coinsuper will automatically assign a deposit address. You can transfer the corresponding currency from your digital wallet to this address. Make sure that you are using the correct deposit address or else, you’d end up losing your money.

For Fiat money deposit, click on “Deposit” and transfer to the bank account provided on the page. After remittance, click on “Submit remittance record.” Fill in transfer amount and remittance receipt number, then upload a clear remittance receipt. Select “Submit” to continue.

After submitting the remittance information, your information will be manually reviewed. It will take some time and after the review is completed, you can see the arrival status by going to “Account” then “Account Summary.”

Remarks: Coinsuper adopts manual review and remittance. Generally, manual remittance will be entered into the account automatically when the remittance is received by the system. The time of arrival depends on the bank’s remittance speed.

Wonderful! You have successfully funded your Coinsuper account.


5. Start trading on Coinsuper

You can now start buying your first Litecoin on your funded Coinsuper account. Go to “Exchange” to do so.

Select the transaction type from the page (Limit price/market price, buy/sell). Fill in the price, quantity, and fund password. Click on “Buy” to continue.

To review the order status, you can view it under “Open Orders / Order History” at the bottom of the page. When viewing the records, please adjust the transaction type in the transaction area to the type you prefer.

Excellent! You just bought your first Litecoin on Coinsuper.

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