How can I purchase Bitcoin?
Due to the nature of any coin transaction, a user has to have a wallet address for the coin type to be sent to.
You need to provide a wallet address before Koinal.
Please, register the Koinal page with your valid & active email address.
Verify your email to activate your user account.
Simply put the wallet address on the Koinal account to proceed with the payment. You may also save your wallet addresses for quick access.
Verify yourself by uploading the KYC documents as requested on the screen.
Create a purchase order
After the transaction is successful, your coins will be instantly sent to the wallet address that you entered into the related cryptocurrency.
Which cryptocurrencies are available on Koinal?
Currently, you can purchase Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), Litecoin (LTC), ALGO (ALGO), TRON (TRX), IOTA (IOTA), Stellar (XLM), Chainlink (LINK), and EOS (EOS) through Koinal platform. We are working hard to include ...
Why I can't purchase coins with my card?
There may be several reasons for failure in payment with your card. Below you may find the most common reasons: 1. Your card may be restricted by your bank for internet purchases. 2. Your card may have sectorial restrictions and you may not be ...
What are the transaction limits for purchase orders?
The base limit per order transaction is 50 USD. Only for ETH investments, the minimum order amount is set as 100 USD. You can check the other limits in the table below; Maximum transaction limits for purchase orders by payment type Use “Credit / ...
How long will it take for my Bitcoins to arrive?
A Bitcoin transaction starts as soon as your payment is initiated. The duration depends on the mining speed, however, Koinal uses a high priority speed that allows users to receive the amount, approximately within 30-45 minutes. There might be a ...
My country is not restricted but I can't make any purchases on your system.
There may be several reasons restricting your card. Below you may find the most common reasons: 1. Your card may be restricted by your bank via internet purchases. 2. Your card may have sectorial restrictions and you may not be allowed purchasing ...