Minterium Exchange

How to use the exchange?


Hello dear investor. In today's review, I will tell you how to use the minterium.exchange exchange.

In today's review, I will show how to register on the exchange and use a quick exchanger

Step 1 Go to the official site minterium.exchange

Step 2 We fill in all the data from the registration form. Please note that the "Name" field must contain an alphanumeric value and one space (Anton 48 example)

Please note that the password must contain at least one uppercase letter, one lowercase letter, one number and one special character (for example $) and must consist of at least 8 characters

After which we confirm the password, confirm the captcha, put a tick "Your password is encrypted and protected" and click register

After which it will show you that the account has been successfully registered and you can log into your account. No need to confirm mail!

How to use a quick exchanger

Step 1 Find the Quick Exchange tab on the main tab

Going into a quick exchange, you can see 2 squares. In the first square, the BIP is exchanged directly to BTC, ETH, USDT and PRIZM and vice versa. The right square displays the exchange rates at which we buy and sell BIP

A quick exchanger is the easiest exchanger you can have. Its simplicity lies in the fact that you simply choose on the left the cryptocurrency that you give (Currency you sell), and on the right select the cryptocurrency that you receive

The "Amount to sell" box here you enter the amount of cryptocurrency that you give away. The "Amount to buy" window will automatically calculate the amount of cryptocurrency that you will receive on your wallet. At minterium.exchange, the lowest exchange rates. Therefore, it is profitable both to buy and to sell the cryptolta. Currently available cryptocurrencies for exchange: BTC, ETH, USDT, PRIZM. Cryptocurrency data you can exchange for BIP (Minter) and in the opposite direction

Step 2 When you have decided on the cryptocurrency that you are giving and the cryptocurrency that you receive, you can click the Next button and proceed to direct exchange

Step 3 In this step, you directly exchange cryptocurrency. We decided that for 10 USDT we want to buy 694 BIP.

On your screen you see 4 lines: Payment Wallet, Payment Amount, Receiver Wallet, Transaction Hash

1. A payment wallet is the wallet to which you must send the cryptocurrency that you chose to give it to. In our case, this is 10 USDT
2. Payment Amount is the amount of cryptocurrency that you have defined for the exchange. In our case, this is 10 USDT
3. Receiver Wallet is YOUR wallet to which we will send you the cryptocurrency that you have chosen to receive. In our case, this is 694 BIP. If you have chosen to receive any other cryptocurrency (ETH, BTC, USDT, PRIZM), then you need to indicate the wallet of the cryptocurrency that you will receive

4. Transaction Hash (how to see the hash on any of the blockchains is at the bottom of the article) * is the hash of the transaction that you send. When sending any cryptocurrency. You can see this hash when you send a transaction from your wallet. A hash usually consists of 60 characters or more (example: 47ded6dde11322312ad9d29102f8b504cf21361c2deaa57fbe87055a1f87a730 - a bitcoin transaction hash)

After you send the funds to the wallet, indicate your wallet to receive, enter the hash of the transaction you sent, then you can click on the "Confirm" button

Then you can return to the exchanger and see the status of your transaction below in the "Last Contracts" section. If the status is pending, then we have not yet received funds to our wallet, which means we have not sent your cryptocurrency to YOU

As soon as we receive the cryptocurrency from YOU and send the requested one to YOU, you will see the status “Complete” and the transaction hash in the blockchain

That's how the exchange is made! Everything is simple.

How to see transaction hash?*

View the hash on blockchain.com if you send Bitcoin

Step 1 Click on the sent transaction

Step 2 In the window that opens, in the "Status" section, click on the arrow with a small square

How to view transaction hash for ETH and USDT? (ETH and USDT have one blockchain)


Step 1 Go to the site https://etherscan.io/ In the center, drive the wallet address from which ETH or USDT was sent

Step 2 In the window that opens, just below you will see all the transactions of your wallet. Choose the one that was sent to minterium.exchange and click on it

Step 3 In the window that opens, you will see the hash of the transaction that you need to insert on minterium.exchange in the transaction hash section

How to view transaction hash in PRIZM?

Step 1 Go to the prizm blockchain website http://blockchain.prizm.space/ On the site in the left corner, drive in your address Prism, from which Prism was sent to the minterium.exchange wallet

Step 2 Click on the transaction date when they sent Prizm

Step 3 Click the "Transaction details" button and scroll to the bottom

Step 4 Scrolling to the very end of the page, you will see the inscription "Full Hash" this will be your transaction hash, which must be inserted on minterium.exchange in the transaction hash section

How to view transaction hash for BIP?

Step 1 Go to the official website of Minter's transaction monitoring https://explorer.minter.network/ We drive in the top of your BIP address, from which they sent BIP to minterium.exchange

Step 2 Below in the "Transactions" section, find the hash of the transaction and click on it

Step 3 In the window that opens, you will see the hash of the transaction that you need to insert on minterium.exchange in the transaction hash section

That’s the whole instruction for targeting minterium.exchange, namely in the Quick exchanger. If you still have any questions or would like to know more about minterium.exchange, then you can refer to our official resources below:

🔹Official website http://minterium.group/

🔹Official telegram channel @minterium_channel

🔹Instagram @minterium_group

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