To buy and sell cryptocurrencies and store it directly and your Coinhouse accounts, simply connect to the platform, and click on the button ''My Accounts'' in the left menu. You will see a list of the different Coinhouse accounts that you can fund. In the picture below, you can see three different Coinhouse accounts: Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin.
Buy with my Coinhouse account
If you are using your Coinhouse accounts for the first time:
- You can only buy to fund your various Coinhouse accounts (Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc.)
- Simply click on the "Buy'' button located under the name of the asset you wish to purchase. A window opens with the mention ''Buying crypto-assets" in the upper left corner of the window:
By default, the option ''Coinhouse Account'' is selected and will send the amount of your purchase to the Coinhouse wallet in the platform. Enter the amount in euros you wish to purchase and click on the button ''Next step''.
In the next window, you will be asked to choose your payment method (credit card or bank transfer). Confirm your purchase definitively and the corresponding amount in cryptos will be transferred to your Coinhouse account as soon as the payment process is completed.
Selling with my Coinhouse accounts
As for the purchase operation, click on the ''Sell'' button located under the name of the cryptocurrency you wish to sell and follow the steps of the operation in the window that opens:
The window that opens is very similar to the one used to make a purchase, except that the mention ''selling crypto-assets'' is written at the top left of it. You also have a ''BTC to send'' field (in the case of a Bitcoin sale) in which you can directly enter the quantity of cryptocurrency you wish to sell. Once the operation is successfully completed, you will receive the corresponding amount in euros.
Please note that you can enable two-factor authentication (2FA) to best protect the transactions you perform through your Coinhouse accounts. In addition, once activated, the 2FA replaces the process of receiving confirmation emails with a code to finalise operations such as withdrawals.