Crypto Lists Reveals 10 Unusual Payment Methods for Crypto Exchanges

Place/Date: - July 22nd, 2022 at 3:07 pm UTC · 2 min read
Source: Crypto Lists

The number of crypto investors is increasing daily, and many analysts expect that unusual payment methods will become increasingly important. Many crypto exchanges, in particular decentralized exchanges, don’t allow traditional payment options such as debit cards. Crypto Lists Ltd has therefore compiled a list of both common and unusual deposit methods for buying cryptocurrencies.

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Over the past few years, crypto has started to change the way we look at money. Different payment methods for buying crypto have started to surface and CryptoLists.com compilation shows as many as 139 different deposit options for people who want to invest.

While some unique ways of payments are common in e-commerce, other deposit methods are also very country specific. One of the fastest growing ways to get started in the space of crypto exchanges is Union Pay, which is available in 180 countries. It is mainly Chinese, Asian, and Russian speaking users that select this deposit solution. Crypto Lists found four crypto exchanges and brokers that accept Union Pay for crypto deposits, but the space seems to grow rapidly.

Among EU citizens, e-wallets solutions such as Skrill, Trustly and Swish are gaining ground. In Asia, an increasing number of exchanges are offering peer to peer transfers, which often gives lower transaction fees but higher risk. Another popular deposit method for crypto among Asian users is WeChatPay. For American visitors, the leading debit and credit cards are still the most popular for deposit, even if many now also transfer cryptocurrencies to start trading at other exchanges.

In Crypto Lists funding section, there are all types of cards, e-wallets, cryptocurrencies and even gift cards that can be used to invest in cryptocurrencies.

Note: The crypto market is very volatile and risky investment. Historical returns in the market are no guarantee of future returns.

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