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  1. #33

    Stuck at Step 3

    Hi bro,

    I need some guidance in buying bitcoin on Binance. I followed what you mentioned below step 2. I am stuck at step 3. When I am trying to purchase bitcoin there is no option of "By Fiat". There are payment options such as AirTM etc.

    Could you please help me figure this out please?

    Quote Originally Posted by HardFuck9  [View Original Post]
    Hello,

    Apologies for the delay I missed reading this part of the forum after my post.

    Here is the process I followed in Binance to buy Bitcoin and transferring it.

    Step 1 - Register in binance, get your account verified easy 3 step process (keep Pan Card and Aadhaar card handy) , takes about 5 minutes.

    Step 2 - In the app, Navigate to P2 P trading, select Bitcoin and you will see sellers offering Bitcoin (Rates vary between 0. 1% to 0. 5% Look for the seller who has highest ratings, preferably more than 90%. (In filters select "ads with no verification required".

    Step 3 - Once you have found the seller, Click on buy and select "By Fiat" and put in value in Indian Rupees of which you want to buy Bitcoin, select payment method (Multiple options available. PhonePe, Gpay, IMPS etc)..

  2. #32

    Binance is tricky but it works once setup and funded

    I've the past few days Binance is having an issue with getting funds added via credit cards. So, getting funds into the system is a bit tricky. What I did was to take my Coinbase account and transfer Bitcoin from that into Binance. From there I sent the funds to ISG. Worked like a charm.

    Quote Originally Posted by HardFuck9  [View Original Post]
    Hi,

    Zebpay is useless. I contacted their customer support but didn't find any workaround.

    Binance app you can download from Binance's website.

  3. #31
    Hi,

    Zebpay is useless. I contacted their customer support but didn't find any workaround.

    Binance app you can download from Binance's website.

    Quote Originally Posted by TharkiInsaan  [View Original Post]
    How are you making it work? I tried with vpn but still not accessible. I have Zebpay but it's asking for extra information about the beneficiary, apart from the wallet ID.

  4. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by HardFuck9  [View Original Post]
    I just used Binance yesterday. Slightly complicated but gets work done.

    Please PM me I'll explain the whole process.
    How are you making it work? I tried with vpn but still not accessible. I have Zebpay but it's asking for extra information about the beneficiary, apart from the wallet ID.

  5. #29

    Buying and transferring BTC using Binance

    Hello,

    Apologies for the delay I missed reading this part of the forum after my post.

    Here is the process I followed in Binance to buy Bitcoin and transferring it.

    Step 1 - Register in binance, get your account verified easy 3 step process (keep Pan Card and Aadhaar card handy) , takes about 5 minutes.

    Step 2 - In the app, Navigate to P2 P trading, select Bitcoin and you will see sellers offering Bitcoin (Rates vary between 0. 1% to 0. 5% Look for the seller who has highest ratings, preferably more than 90%. (In filters select "ads with no verification required".

    Step 3 - Once you have found the seller, Click on buy and select "By Fiat" and put in value in Indian Rupees of which you want to buy Bitcoin, select payment method (Multiple options available. PhonePe, Gpay, IMPS etc).

    Step 4 - As per option you select, you will be shown payment transfer details as per option you have selected for e. G. UPI ID for UPI option.

    Step 5 - Make the payment, take a screenshot, Upload the screenshot on chat page so seller can confirm and also click on payment completed option. Seller will verify the payment and transfer the bitcoin to you. Takes generally 10-15 minutes.

    Step 6 - Once you have recevied the bitcoin, Go to Wallet, transfer the bitcoin from Funding to Spot.

    Step 7 - Once you transferred it to spot, click on BTC, select Withdraw, choose network "Bitcoin", Paste wallet address of ISG, enter withdrawal amount of Bitcoin equivalent to 25 USD and click on withdraw. Process will take 10-15 minutes and BTC will be transferred, you will receive an email confirming this with TXN ID, take screenshot for record.

    Further process of contacting ISG for subscription you will know I guess.

    Best regards,

    Hardfuck9.

    Quote Originally Posted by SexCbe  [View Original Post]
    I don't think he can PM since he won't have the Sub yet. Easier to post here so everyone can just follow the instructions.

  6. #28

    Pm

    Quote Originally Posted by HardFuck9  [View Original Post]
    I just used Binance yesterday. Slightly complicated but gets work done.

    Please PM me I'll explain the whole process.
    I don't think he can PM since he won't have the Sub yet. Easier to post here so everyone can just follow the instructions.

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by Linus123  [View Original Post]
    Thanks Mate! Is Binance into the same thing, can we use that?
    I just used Binance yesterday. Slightly complicated but gets work done.

    Please PM me I'll explain the whole process.

  8. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Buhankha  [View Original Post]
    Hey,

    Idk what the drama is with coinbase, but why not use LocalBitCoin? No kyc for lvl 1 approval, which isn't really a problem for these purposes. They give you a wallet on site and you move the btc to recievers wallet directly. Another alternative is Bisq, P2 P client for BTC. There are a few Indian sellers on there, and usually it's a bit more expensive than buying directly at an exchange.

    Is there any red light area in Thane? There are a few FRs from 2019 in another thread, but that user hasn't posted since. Can someone provide some directions?

    Cheers.

    Be.
    Thanks Mate! Is Binance into the same thing, can we use that?

  9. #25

    Why not use localbitcoin?

    Hey,

    Idk what the drama is with coinbase, but why not use LocalBitCoin? No kyc for lvl 1 approval, which isn't really a problem for these purposes. They give you a wallet on site and you move the btc to recievers wallet directly. Another alternative is Bisq, P2 P client for BTC. There are a few Indian sellers on there, and usually it's a bit more expensive than buying directly at an exchange.

    Is there any red light area in Thane? There are a few FRs from 2019 in another thread, but that user hasn't posted since. Can someone provide some directions?

    Cheers.

    Be.

  10. #24

    Pain to go through all of this

    Quote Originally Posted by MansWorld  [View Original Post]
    Hi,

    Even I am new here and I totally understand this Coinbase drama, specially for Indians. Coinbase doesn't even have a support team for India and even with that 2-factor authentication and all, you reach nowhere, LOL.

    So a fellow monger in Delhi Forum suggested Paxful. And boss, its great, no drama, no ids, nothing. I think I had wasted at least 4-5 days on Coinbase. It took me 1 HR to understand the concept of Paxful, and then finally after the transaction, I pinged the admin and they were really fast to activate my subscription. One drawback is that while transferring the bitcoins it took like 600 rs extra for the transaction, but maybe even Coinbase might be also charging.

    Anyway Paxful is what you are looking for. And since I am new here too, maybe you can ping me some good contacts, if you have any.

    Man's World.
    Hope they come up with some alternative, Atleast activate PM for every member and let everything else be paid even for photos.

  11. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by MansWorld  [View Original Post]
    Hi,

    Even I am new here and I totally understand this Coinbase drama, specially for Indians. Coinbase doesn't even have a support team for India and even with that 2-factor authentication and all, you reach nowhere, LOL.

    So a fellow monger in Delhi Forum suggested Paxful. And boss, its great, no drama, no ids, nothing. I think I had wasted at least 4-5 days on Coinbase. It took me 1 HR to understand the concept of Paxful, and then finally after the transaction, I pinged the admin and they were really fast to activate my subscription. One drawback is that while transferring the bitcoins it took like 600 rs extra for the transaction, but maybe even Coinbase might be also charging.

    Anyway Paxful is what you are looking for. And since I am new here too, maybe you can ping me some good contacts, if you have any.

    Man's World.
    OK. Looks like Paxful is the way to go then!

    For a total of USD 25 worth of BTC, how much did you end up paying in INR?

  12. #22

    Very Helpful.

    Very Helpful. Hope it works out for me as well!

  13. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Aditya06  [View Original Post]
    Buying Bitcoins for subscription is a very tiresome task especially for Indians. I also went through the same hassle of creating account in Coinbase and verifying the account only to realize that Indians are not allowed to buy Bitcoin through Coinbase. Went on to create accounts in multiple similar websites. However, the same issue persists in most of these websites. In some where we can transact, the credit card companies usually block the payments. Eventually figured after almost spending 8 to 10 hours, the best way to get bitcoins is through localbitcoins.com.

    Create an account there, and buy bitcoins through local agents in India. The payments usually happen through direct payments through gpay or imps or upi. So please check the history of the agent before buying from them. Once you transfer the amount and you have enough bitcoins, click on the wallet button and then transactions and then follow the steps as provided in the subscription section of this forum.

    Hope this helps someone in need.
    Thanks for the research bro. Let me look for the right agent in Bangalore who could help me. Will post if successful.

  14. #20

    Great Post!

    Quote Originally Posted by Laziaf7  [View Original Post]
    Read my post #70118 (in New Delhi forum) regarding definitive guide of buying subscription from btcs.

    I hope it helps you.
    Great Post!

  15. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by Trayderji  [View Original Post]
    Fed up trying don't know what's going wrong.

    1. Got membership at coinbase.com and finally after wasting many hours learnt that they have stopped supporting credit cards.

    2. Next moved to coinmama.com registered there and completed document verification after that I was able to transact but it was asking for a bitcoin wallet hence used the coinbase wallet, but during buying the coins it says something went wrong and payment failed.

    3. Tried 5 times to pay but failed (my credit card support international payments).

    Is there any easy way out? Direct pay by credit card.
    Hi,

    Even I am new here and I totally understand this Coinbase drama, specially for Indians. Coinbase doesn't even have a support team for India and even with that 2-factor authentication and all, you reach nowhere, LOL.

    So a fellow monger in Delhi Forum suggested Paxful. And boss, its great, no drama, no ids, nothing. I think I had wasted at least 4-5 days on Coinbase. It took me 1 HR to understand the concept of Paxful, and then finally after the transaction, I pinged the admin and they were really fast to activate my subscription. One drawback is that while transferring the bitcoins it took like 600 rs extra for the transaction, but maybe even Coinbase might be also charging.

    Anyway Paxful is what you are looking for. And since I am new here too, maybe you can ping me some good contacts, if you have any.

    Man's World.

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