Using a Credit Card

Using a Credit Card To Buy $Nummus

If you want to buy $Nummus Token with a credit card, you'll first need to purchase either Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), or the Tether Stable Coin (USDT) from a third-party exchange or broker.

1. For Our Crypto Veterans

If you've bought crypto before, you know the process:
  1. Register at for a $Nummus Token wallet
  2. Log in to your preferred exchange or brokerage
  3. Buy BTC, ETH, or USDT at your preferred exchange or brokerage
  4. Select ‘Withdraw,’ ‘Send,’ or ‘Transfer’
  5. Copy and paste the designated crypto address from
  6. Confirm the network and fee*
  7. Specify the amount
  8. Review, complete security verification, and confirm
  9. Wait for your crypto to appear in your Nummus Wallet
*NOTE – Only use the Ethereum or Binance Network to send Ethereum or USDT to you $Nummus Token Wallet. Sending crypto using any other network may result in the loss of your funds. $Nummus wallet cannot be held responsible for any losses incurred if an alternative network is used.

2. For Our Crypto Newbies

If you are new to crypto and want to buy $Nummus Token with a credit card, the process can’t be done directly on the platform but it is straightforward. You will need to first buy some BTC, ETH or USDT at an exchange and then send it to us to swap for $Nummus Token.

Here's what you need to do:

Step 1: Understand Which Cryptocurrencies You Can Buy $Nummus Token With
You can buy $Nummus Token using one of the following cryptocurrencies:
  • Bitcoin (BTC)
  • Ethereum (ETH)
  • Tether Stable Coin (USDT)
Step 2: Find an Exchange or Broker
Do some quick research on exchanges or brokers where you can purchase these cryptocurrencies with a credit card. Some popular exchanges might include Kraken, Binance, KuCoin, MEXC, eToro,, Bitvavo and Coinbase
Step 3: Verify Your Credit Card Supports Crypto Purchases
Ensure your credit card supports crypto purchases. Common credit cards that support this include:
  • Mastercard
  • Visa
  • American Express
Step 4: Open an Exchange or Broker Account Online (or Mobile)
When you register, you will probably need to meet KYC (Know Your Customer) verification requirements, which may include:
  • Full name
  • Copy of identification, such as a passport
  • Proof of address, such as utility bills
Step 5: Link Your Credit Card
Once verified, link your credit card to the exchange. Enter your full name, card details, and billing address. Select the cryptocurrency you want to buy, enter the amount, and choose the credit card payment option. Follow the bank’s instructions to complete the transaction.
Step 6: Send/Transfer Crypto to
After purchasing BTC, ETH, or USDT, send it to .
  • Access Your Wallet: Log in to your crypto wallet and select the ‘Withdrawal,’ ‘Send,’ or ‘Transfer’ option.
  • Enter Recipient’s Address: Copy and paste the unique address from into the recipient field. Double-check the address to avoid errors.
  • Choose the Right Network:
    • Ethereum – Ethereum Network or Binance Network*
    • Bitcoin – Bitcoin Network/Blockchain
    • USDT – Use the Ethereum Network or Binance Network for $Nummus Token purchases*
  • Check Network Fee: Determine the amount of crypto to send and check the network fee.
  • Review and Confirm: Verify all transaction details, including the recipient’s address, crypto amount, and fees. Complete any additional steps, such as entering a 2FA code.
  • Receive your crypto in your Nummus wallet: Your crypto will appear in your Nummus Token wallet in a short space of time. You can now follow-up the simple instructions to swap your crypto for $Nummus Tokens.
*NOTE - When sending ETH or USDT to your $Nummus wallet, you must use the Ethereum Network or the Binance Network only. Sending crypto using any other network may result in the loss of your funds. $Nummus wallet cannot be held responsible for any losses incurred if an alternative network is used.

How to Avoid Common Mistakes (Because We’ve All Done It!)

To ensure smooth and secure crypto transfers, avoid these common pitfalls:
  • Sending to the Wrong Address: Triple-check the recipient’s address as crypto transactions are irreversible. Confirm the right network address for the right crypto. Only Ethereum and Binance Networks for ETH and USDT.
  • Don’t Ignore Network Fees: Understand how fees will impact your transfer.
  • Be Careful With Public Wi-Fi: Conduct transactions over a private, secure connection.
  • Don’t Forget Confirmation Times: Plan for potential network congestion.

3. FAQs

What is a Gateway Service?
Some exchanges only allow direct deposits from banks, cash deposits, or debit card purchases. Others connect to a “fiat gateway,” which processes transactions. Major crypto gateway services include:
  • MoonPay
  • Simplex
  • Banxa
Fiat-to-crypto gateways are third-party partners and may charge higher fees.

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Disclaimer: Cryptocurrency may be unregulated in your jurisdiction. The value of cryptocurrencies may go down as well as up. Profits may be subject to capital gains or other taxes application