Your Coinchanger deposit address is the address provided for you to send your coins to in order for the exchange to take place..
You can find your unique transaction ID (TXID) on the blockchain. Sometimes, it is also listed in your wallet as an identifier that your coins have been sent and confirmed. This article can help you locate it if you need to cite a transaction..
Coinchanger doesn’t have set amount restrictions. However, there are some cases when a minimum amount applies:
If an amount is very low, make sure that it will cover all required by a blockchain. This means that the amount you are going to send and the amount you are going to receive should be enough to cover input and output network fees taken by a blockchain.
We don’t fix currency rates and never have because of the volatile nature of cryptocurrency, where the rate of any currency can fluctuate every minute. This is why the final rate may be slightly higher or lower than expected at the end of a transaction.
Keeping the rates fixed would require us to cover market risks and currency volatility, which as a result would make our commission fee much higher. Instead, Coinchanger charges a quite low commission fee (0.5%) for crypto-to-crypto swaps and offers the best available rate at the moment the transaction is completed.
A wallet is a digital place where you store cryptocurrency coins and tokens. combination of digits and wallet.
Coinchanger does not provide wallet addresses and never stores user deposits. To exchange cryptocurrencies on Coinchanger, you need to provide a wallet address where you can receive your exchanged currency.
There is always a sender and a recipient. The recipient’s address is the wallet address that will receive currency you want to buy. For example, if you want to buy Ripple, you should specify an Ripple wallet address in the recipient field.
In general, the recipient’s wallet address is a customer's address Coinchanger will send coins to once a transaction is complete.