How to buy Ethereum Classic with a credit card?

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Buying cryptocurrency is the first step and how to buy Ethereum classic with a credit card is an essential need that most first-timers struggle with, as per the experts.

ETC what?

The Ethereum that exists today, as we know it, is a hard fork that came from the original Ethereum blockchain in 2016 with its dedicated group of engineers still working to keep the Ethereum Classic blockchain alive.

The blockchain – like all of its competition that it is up against- is immutable, decentralized and as the company states it: Unstoppable. They are quite right in their regard. If you want to make a system that:

  1. Doesn’t fail you when the local power grid is down, or
  2. Won’t be a pain when people ‘lose’ their credit cards as they shop on-line.

That pretty much makes a system unstoppable and this is the company’s vision as the company states.

Get a wallet first:

You possibly can’t carry the crypto without a wallet. Creating a free Coindirect account entitles the account holder with an ETC wallet. That’s a freebie with a free service- how convenient. But you will have to buy the cryptocurrency itself so that you can store, trade or even gift it to your grandma on her birthday.

The wallet’s address:

Now all you need is an Ethereum Classic address which can be acquired by clicking the ‘Recieve’ button after the sign-up procedure. Simply put this is a walk in the park.

How to buy Ethereum classic with a credit card?

  1. Get yourself a CoinDirect account.

  1. Search your wallet for a button labeled “Buy”. Click it.

  1. Depending on your location, chose either “New VISA Card (EUR)”or “New credit card (NGN).

  1. Key in, how much ETH you want and then click on ‘Preview Buy’.

  1. You’ll be prompted to either cancel or confirm the amount with a fifty-five (55) seconds countdown timer.

  1. Your credit card details are are that left, pay up to get some ETH.

  1. Verify your transaction and you’re done.


  1. Your Coindirect wallet screen will pop up after a successful transaction is made.

Disclaimer. The information provided is not trading advice. Cryptopolitan.com holds no liability for any investments made based on the information provided on this page. We strongly recommend independent research and/or consultation with a qualified professional before making any investment decisions.

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