How to Buy Bitcoin Using Credit Card on Huobi: Step-by-Step Beginner Guide
Huobi is a leading global digital assets provider offering a safe and secure platform to trade in cryptocurrencies. Founded in 2013, the company services millions of customers in over 130 countries and is one of the most popular trading platforms.
In this article, we will explain step by step, how to start your cryptocurrency journey using your debit and credit card. Huobi’s platform allows cryptocurrency purchases for Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP) and Litecoin (LTC).
Step 1: Select the digital asset you want to buy.
Currently, with credit cards, you can only purchase BTC, ETH, XRP, LTC.
Step 2: Enter the amount of fiat money or the number of assets, and click “Buy”.
You can buy $50-$20,000 or the equivalent of digital assets at one time. The daily purchase limit is $20,000 and the monthly purchase limit is $50,000.
Step 3: Confirm that the order information is correct, agree to the exemption terms, and click “Pay now”.
Please note: The number of digital assets here is not the final number. The final number is based on the email sent by Simplex. If the price fluctuates more than ±2.5%, Simplex will reconfirm the order information with you.
**The following transaction process will take place on the Simplex client.
Step 4: Fill in personal information.
Step 5: Verification email and phone number (required only for the first time).
Step 6: Fill in credit card information.
Step 7: Complete ID verification following the guide (required only for the first time).
Step 8: Successful payment.
Check your mailbox for your order information, and you will receive the assets you purchased in 10 to 30 minutes (depending on blockchain congestion). If your payment is denied or you encounter other problems, please go to Simplex Support for help.
Step 9: View balances.
Click “Balances”. If the blockchain transfer is complete, you will view the assets you purchased in the Exchange Account.
Step 10: Start trading.
Click “Exchange”, select the trading pair, and start the crypto-crypto trading.
Read more about cryptocurrency trading: How to Start Crypto Trading: A Four-Step Guide