You can buy some of the most popular ERC-20 coins like BUSD (Binance USD), SHIB (Shiba Inu) and DAI (tethered to the USD) on Binance and Coinbase directly using fiat, P2P, or converting your ETH, BTC or USDT.
But if you want to buy an ERC-20 coin like GAMB (GMB) on Binance you’ll need to download a third-party wallet like Metamask, buy ETH, and swap your ETH for GAMB (GMB) on a decentralized exchange.
Buying GAMB (GMB) on Coinbase is even easier. Coinbase offers a dedicated Coinbase Wallet with an embedded swapping portal for ERC20 tokens. You can swap your ETH directly for GAMB (GMB) on the app.
In this detailed guide, we’ll walk you through how to buy GAMB (GMB) on Binance and Coinbase with photos and how to securely store your coin, in a number of easy steps that even a crypto newbie can follow. Let’s take a dip!
- What are ERC-20 coins?
- How are ERC-20 coins different from the ERC20 coin?
- How and Where to Buy GAMB (GMB) (A Step-by-step Guide)
- How to Store Your GAMB (GMB) Securely
- Consider Using a VPN To Help You Trade Safely
What are ERC-20 coins?
ERC-20 coins like GAMB (GMB) are derivative tokens built on the Ethereum blockchain. These tokens are created in compliance with the ERC-20 standards (a set of requirements every Ethereum-derived token must stick to) to ensure compatibility and smooth operation on the Ethereum network.
Among all the blockchain networks, the Ethereum blockchain is special. Asides from enabling decentralized payments, the Ethereum blockchain also supports smart contracts (used to create new tokens) and the development of decentralized apps.
This extra utility allowed new coins to be minted from the native blockchain – giving birth to new coins like GAMB (GMB) that are immediately compatible with the Ethereum ecosystem.
How are ERC-20 coins different from the ERC20 coin?
ERC-20 coins refer to all cryptocurrencies built on the Ethereum blockchain and in compliance with the ERC-20 standards.
The ERC20 coin is a cryptocurrency created in 2015 by Ethereum developers. It is one of the many ERC-20 coins that are built on Ethereum.
So, the ERC20 coin is an ERC-20 coin but there are other ERC-20 coins apart from ERC20.
Hopefully, you’re not getting dizzy. Notice we use the dash (-) to specify ERC-20 coins as a group. While the ERC20 without the dash refers to a particular coin.
How and Where to Buy GAMB (GMB) (A Step-by-step Guide)
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How to buy GAMB (GMB) on Coinbase
Asides from the very popular ERC-20 coins, other coins like GAMB (GMB) may not be listed on the Coinbase.com marketplace. However, you can use the whole Coinbase suite including the self-managed Coinbase Wallet to buy and hodl your GAMB (GMB).
To buy GAMB (GMB) on Coinbase, you’ll need to buy ETH first on your Coinbase account then transfer your coins to your Coinbase Wallet. Using the app, you can then swap your ETH directly for GAMB (GMB).
If you already have a Coinbase account or already have your ETH in another custodial wallet, skip this section and continue from “Download the Coinbase Wallet”.
If you don’t have a Coinbase account yet, here’s how to create one quickly:
Create an Account on Coinbase.com (If you don’t have an account)
Coinbase is the best crypto exchange platform for newbies.
If you don’t have a Coinbase account, you’ll need to sign up on Coinbase.com to buy ETH that you’ll swap
It features a very user-friendly interface and supports just a few types of transactions so that you don’t get confused with too much going on. As a U.S company, Coinbase is well known and trusted by U.S regulators, making it one of the most secure exchanges in the world.
Its closest competitor, Binance, is only available in a very limited version (Binance US.) to U.S customers.
Sign up at Coinbase.com today and earn up to $13 worth of crypto for free!
To sign up on Coinbase, input your email address at the top and click the “Get Started” button.
Head to the bottom of the home page and click the “Start earning” button.
Type in your first and last names, and your email, and choose a strong password (Combine uppercase and lowercase letters with a number or special characters) that you can remember easily.
Your names and address should exactly match those on your ID (passport, driver’s license, or national ID card) so that you can verify your identity seamlessly.
Check the “User Agreement and Age Certification” box and click “Create Account”.
You will receive a verification email shortly. Simply click the “Verify Email Address” icon to confirm your email.
You’re now ready to buy and invest in crypto, conveniently.
Set Up 2FA and Your Payment Method
After you verify your email, you’ll be taken to a page to set up two-factor authentication (2FA) and your payment method.
By enabling 2FA, Coinbase uses your phone number as an extra layer of security on top of your email, and will only grant access to your account if you can provide codes sent to your email and phone number.
This keeps your account doubly secure but you can disable 2FA manually in the settings.
The next step is to set up your payment method.
Coinbase provides several payment options but we’ll focus on the most popular two – using your card and using your bank account.
In general, use your card for small to mid-sized transactions (maximum of $7,500 per week) and for larger transfers, you can use a bank account transfer ($25,000 per week and above for wire transfers).
Put in your card number, the expiry date in the month/year format (MM/YY), the three-digit CVC/CVV number behind your card, and your postal code.
Make sure that the name card name you input matches the name printed on the card, even if it’s slightly different from your Coinbase account name.
Click “Add Card”.
Skip the next prompts so that you land on your account dashboard.
It should look like this.
Verify Your Identity
Before you start buying crypto on Coinbase, you’ll have to verify your identity. You may be a bit skeptical but you’re in great hands! Coinbase is trusted by over 89 million verified users. This ensures that you are trading with real people and is why the platform is so secure.
Buy ETH on Your Coinbase Account
However, like most ERC-20 coins, you can’t buy GAMB (GMB) directly on Coinbase. You will have to buy Ethereum (ETH) first, then transfer it to your Coinbase Wallet where you’ll convert it to GAMB (GMB)…
If we’re using BTC as an example, we’ll choose ‘Bitcoin’.
To buy GAMB (GMB), click “Buy”.
Click the “Buy” box and search for GAMB (GMB). If it is listed then voila! You can buy it directly.
If it’s not, there’s no problem. Select ETH, and type in how much you want to buy. It’s better to type in your budget in your currency instead and let Coinbase calculate how much ETH you can buy.
Toggle the double-arrow icon at the top right to your currency and type in your purchase amount.
It should look like this.
Click “Preview Buy” after typing in how much you want to spend to see how much ETH or GAMB (GMB) (if it’s listed) will be loaded into your wallet.
Click “Buy Now” and you should have your ETH in your wallet!
Next, you’ll need to download the self-managed Coinbase Wallet where you’ll receive the ETH we’ll exchange for GAMB (GMB).
Download the Coinbase Wallet
Coinbase Wallet is a soft self-custody wallet provided by Coinbase that allows you to store all your crypto and NFTs in one place and also gives you an exchange platform where you can buy GAMB (GMB).
The Coinbase Wallet is available as a Google Chrome browser extension and as a mobile app for Android and iOS.
Let’s take a look at how to set up the Coinbase Wallet in each case.
Install Coinbase Wallet on PC
If you are on your desktop, head to Coinbase.com/wallet in your Google Chrome browser.
Click “Download Coinbase Wallet”
You will be redirected to the Chrome Extension page to install the Coinbase Wallet extension.
Click “Add to Chrome”.
Once the extension installs, you’ll be redirected to your virtual wallet setup page.
Click ‘Create new wallet’.
Now comes a very important step in creating your wallet.
You’ll be redirected to a page that contains a 12-word recovery phrase you can use to log in to your wallet in the future.
Your 12-word phrase will be blurred out so you’ll need to click “Copy to clipboard” and then paste it into a secure file – e.g: a word doc or pdf – to see it.
Never disclose this key as anyone with your recovery phrase will be able to access your account. Without your recovery phrase, you won’t be able to access your wallet.
So it’s a good idea to save your recovery key in a digital file and also write it down in a physical book and store it in a safe place.
After you have saved your recovery phrase somewhere safe, click “Continue”.
Now, Coinbase cares just as much as we do.
You’ll be asked to confirm the first and last words in your recovery phrase to make sure you saved them right.
Crosscheck the recovery phrase that you stored safely and confirm the words in the order you’re asked to.
Then click “Submit”.
Once you have confirmed the words that are part of your recovery phrase and in the right order, you’ll need to create a password for your wallet.
Type in a password that’s at least 8 characters long and contains at least one number for a strong combination.
This makes it hard for anyone trying to guess your password.
Your wallet is ready!
Click the ‘Claim for free’ button to get your username.
And if you’re not feeling it, you can just click ‘I’ll do it later’.
We recommend that you choose a username as it will allow you to receive crypto from other Coinbase Wallet users very conveniently and not need to copy the long wallet address that looks like alien code.
Choose a fun username that you can easily remember.
Check the ‘I agree to subdomain terms’ box and click ‘Submit’.
Satoshi is taken. Duh.
Now you’ve claimed your username.
And now your Coinbase Wallet is ready.
Next following the instructions, pin the Coinbase Wallet extension in your Chrome browser so you can access it quickly.
Click the puzzle-piece ‘Extension’ icon and then the ‘Pin’ icon.
Now you can close the window and access your wallet from the pinned extension bar.
Click the extension in the drop-down and finish setting up your profile.
You can choose to ignore this step and just add ETH to your wallet right away.
If you decide to complete your profile, you can add a bio and a photo.
You can also choose to make your profile private or public in your account settings.
Now you are ready to receive the ETH from your Coinbase account that you’ll exchange for GAMB (GMB).
You can transfer ETH directly from your Coinbase account to your Coinbase Wallet. Here’s how.
Click ‘Add Crypto’.
Then ‘Add crypto with Coinbase Pay’
You’ll be redirected to the sign-in page for your Coinbase account if you have not linked your account to your wallet yet.
Fill in your login details – username and password – to authorize the Coinbase Wallet extension to access your Coinbase account.
You may be asked to provide a security code sent to your phone number.
Next, authorize the Coinbase Wallet extension to withdraw funds from your Coinbase account.
And voila you’re done!
Transfer ETH to Coinbase Wallet Chrome Extension from Coinbase Account
Now it’s time to transfer funds from your Coinbase account to your Coinbase Wallet.
Simply click the extension and click ‘Add crypto with Coinbase Pay’ like in the steps above. You may have to click ‘Authorise’ once more.
You will be redirected to the transfer page on your Coinbase account where you can now choose how much ETH you want to trade for GAMB (GMB).
Then toggle the selection (up-and-down arrow pair) to choose either how many ETH you want to buy or how much in your payment method currency you want to spend on ETH.
Click ‘Preview buy’.
Voila! You should now have your ETH in your Coinbase Wallet.
Swap ETH for GAMB (GMB) on Coinbase Wallet
Now you’re ready to exchange your ETH for GAMB (GMB) on your Coinbase Wallet. Simply click the swap button and go to the trade portal.
Then select ETH as the ‘From’ and GAMB (GMB) as the ‘To’ to convert to.
Type in how much ETH you want to convert and don’t forget the transaction ‘gas’ fees we talked about.
Click ‘Preview’ then ‘Convert’.
You now have GAMB (GMB) in your wallet!
Install Coinbase Wallet on Mobile
If you’re using your phone, head to your mobile store – Google Play Store for Android and Apple Store for iOS and search Coinbase Wallet.
Remember Coinbase Wallet is different from Coinbase so you want to download the former.
After the application finishes installing, open the app and create a new wallet.
Click ‘Create new wallet’ and then proceed to ‘Pick your username’.
Choose a fun username that you can remember easily. Your Coinbase Wallet username also allows you to receive crypto from other Coinbase Wallet users directly without needing a wallet address.
Next, copy your recovery phrase – it contains 12 random words in a specific sequence.
Click ‘Copy to clipboard’ and paste it into a text editor.
Store away your recovery phrase in a safe place and ideally, also write it down in a physical book.
You can also back up your recovery phrase on the mobile cloud.
Next, confirm your recovery phrase by selecting the first and last words in the phrase.
Next, select a passcode to protect your wallet. Note that for the Coinbase Wallet Chrome extension, you’ll be asked to type in a password instead.
Choose a 6-digit number for your passcode.
Yay your wallet is ready!
Add ETH to Mobile Coinbase Wallet from Coinbase Account
To add crypto to your Coinbase wallet from your Coinbase account simply click ‘Add Crypto’.
Then ‘Connect my Coinbase account’.
You’ll be redirected to the Coinbase signin page. Fill in your login details.
Enter the confirmation sent to your mobile number or email.
Then ‘Authorise’ the mobile app to access your Coinbase account.
You’re now one step away from adding ETH to your mobile Coinbase Wallet.
Choose ‘Ethereum’ and select how many ETH you want to add.
Confirm your transaction and voila.
You have your ETH in your Coinbase Wallet.
Now you’re ready to swap your ETH for GAMB (GMB).
Swap ETH for GAMB (GMB) on your mobile Coinbase Wallet
Just like with the Chrome extension version… simply click the swap button and go to the trade portal.
Then select ETH as the ‘From’ and GAMB (GMB) as the ‘To’ to convert to.
Type in how much ETH you want to convert and don’t forget that a transaction fee will be deducted.
Click ‘Next’ then ‘Swap’.
You now have GAMB (GMB) in your mobile Coinbase Wallet!
How to buy GAMB (GMB) on Binance
If you use Binance and already have ETH in your funding or spot wallet, you can also buy GAMB (GMB) directly if it’s listed on the platform. You can buy the most popular ERC-20 tokens directly on Binance just like Coinbase.
If, however, GAMB (GMB) is not listed on Binance, you’ll have to send ETH from your Binance wallet to a third-party wallet like Metamask and trade it for GAMB (GMB) on a decentralized exchange (DEX) like 1inch that’s compatible with the wallet.
Binance also recommends Metamask and 1inch as a great wallet and DEX respectively to buy your GAMB (GMB) so we’ll be teaching you how to use them.
Create Your Binance Account
Step 1: Go to Binance.com
Binance’s homepage and signup process are very similar to Coinbase.
Follow the same steps and set up your account.
Step 2: Choose your country
Step 3: Fill in your account details and choose a secure password you can remember easily.
Choose whether you want to receive updates or not. Click “Next”.
Step 4: Verify Your Email
Check your inbox and type in the verification code sent to you.
Click “Submit” and head to your phone number verification.
Step 5: Verify your phone number for 2FA
Type in your phone number and verify it by typing in the SMS code sent to you.
Step 6: Verify your identity
You can verify your identity on Binance using a valid ID including – International Passport, Driving License, ID Card, BVN, etc.
After this step, you may be asked to do a facial verification by blinking into the camera or shaking your head.
It’s best to download the Binance App on your mobile phone (Google Play Store for Andriod Phones; App Store for iPhones or iPads).
Sign in to your account and perform this step. Don’t worry it takes just a few head shakes! Your account will be under review until it is verified.
Once your account is verified, you will have more and higher transaction limits. But depending on your region, you may not need to verify your identity before you can use Binance.
You will also receive a prompt to enable two-factor authentication (2FA) on your account. Like Coinbase, this combines phone number and email verification, in addition to “Binance/Google Authenticator” and a “Security Key”.
For now, you can use just your phone number and email to activate 2FA and proceed to the next step.
Your Binance Dashboard
Once you are verified and have enabled 2FA, your dashboard should look like this:
Buy ETH On Binance
There are 3 options to buy ETH on your Binance account:
- First, deposit funds into your Fiat wallet and then convert it to ETH in Markets.
- Second, convert your existing crypto – USDT, BTC, etc. – to ETH.
- The third and fastest option is buying ETH directly with your credit or debit card.
If you’ve not bought ETH on Binance before, here’s how to buy ETH directly using a card.
In your Binance dashboard, hold the cursor over “Buy Crypto” and click “Credit/Debit Card”
Select your native fiat currency (to match your card issuing country) and select ETH from the list of available coins to buy. Type in how much you want to convert to ETH and click “Continue”.
Click “Add New Card” if you’ve not already added one and fill in your card details.
Note that you would be able to use only your card to buy ETH on Binance – the card details must match your Binance account name.
Next, enter your billing address and click “Confirm”.
From there, you will be directed to your bank’s OTP transaction page to verify the transaction. Input the one-time password (OTP) sent to your phone or email to complete the transaction. You should receive a notification in a few minutes that you now have ETH in your wallet.
You can then head to your Binance dashboard and click “Overview” under “Wallet” to see your new ETH balance.
Note that Binance only processes Mastercards and Visa cards for direct crypto purchases. And depending on your country, your bank may decline the transaction request.
Buy ETH With Fiat on Binance
Another way to buy ETH on Binance is through a fiat wallet funded via card or bank transfer using a SWIFT code.
To deposit funds into your Binance fiat wallet, go to “Wallet” and click “Fiat and Spot”. Search for your local fiat currency and click “Deposit”.
Depending on your country or region, Binance will then recommend the best way to fund your corresponding fiat wallet.
Just like with card payment, you can only use your bank account to find your fiat wallet – the names on your Binance account and bank account must match.
Accept the Terms of Agreement and click “Start”.
Binance will then generate the e-bank details to transfer to from your bank account. Once the transaction is processed, you will receive a notification of the deposited funds in your fiat wallet.
Now it’s time to move your ETH to a third-party wallet provider.
Download the Metamask Wallet
Go to metamask.io and click the ‘Download’ button.
Just like the Coinbase Wallet, Metamask is available as a Chrome extension for PC and as a mobile app for Android and iOS.
Choose your Metamask version based on your device and click ‘Install’.
For this guide, we’ll be illustrating the Metamask for Chrome version.
Click ‘Add to Chrome’
The wizard should automatically install the extension but if a popup appears, approve the installation.
You’ll be redirected to the startup page.
Click ‘Get started’.
Next, choose whether you want Metamask to gather your usage data. You can simply click ‘No thanks’.
Next, create your new wallet.
Click ‘Create a wallet’.
Now, choose a passcode you can easily remember and click ‘Create account’
Like with most wallets, you will now be provided with a 12-word recovery phrase. You can watch the 1-minute video explaining how your recovery phrase. But basically, should you ever get locked out of your wallet or forget your password, you can use your recovery phrase to get back in.
Next view your recovery phrase and as per the instructions, save it in a very secure place – both physically and digitally.
Click the greyed-out field to view your recovery phrase. Copy and paste it in your text editor and safely move it to a secure file.
You’ll have to confirm your recovery phrase in the same order as it was provided to make sure you got it down correctly.
Click ‘All done’.
Metamask is an Ethereum and ERC-20 compliant token wallet so you’ll see your ETH balance on your wallet dashboard right away.
Now you’ll have to add some ETH to your wallet. You’ll have many options including coinbasePAY, TRANSAK, MoonPay and wyre.
But since you already have ETH in your Binance account, we’ll be using the ‘Directly Deposit ETH’.
Click on ‘Buy’ and scroll down to the bottom.
Click ‘view account’ to get your wallet address.
Click the copy icon – the small icon beside your ETH address (the number and letter soup).
Now head back to your Binance account.
Transfer your ETH from Binance to Metamask
We’ll be using the Binance desktop version for this illustration. The mobile version is easier to use and is very similar so you can follow along easily.
Click on ‘Wallets’ and find the ETH you just bought.
For the desktop version under Wallet, click ‘Overview’.
Click ‘Fiat and Spot’ or ‘Spot’ for mobile. You can only send out crypto in your spot wallet so that’s why we use spot.
Under your ETH tab, click ‘Withdraw’
Next type in how much ETH you want to send and click ‘Withdraw’.
Confirm the transaction in the prompt.
Binance may ask you to further approve the transaction with a 2FA code sent to your mobile number and email address:
Click ‘Get Code’ for both fields.
Input the verification codes and click Submit.
Click ‘Complete’ and wait for the ETH to arrive in your Metamask wallet.
Note that you’ll be charged a fee for each transaction so your ETH may be up to $1 less than what you filled in.
Your ETH should arrive in a few minutes.
Create an account on a DEX (decentralized exchange) – 1inch
You can’t trade your ETH for GAMB (GMB) directly on Metamask so you’ll need to connect your Metamask wallet to a decentralized exchange (DEX). For this illustration, we’ll be using 1inch.
Go to 1inch.io.
1inch is available as web dApp and mobile application for iOS and Android.
Click ‘Launch dApp’.
Connect Your Metamask Wallet with a DEX (1inch)
The final step is to connect your Metamask wallet with a decentralized exchange – where you can trade your ETH for GAMB (GMB). Since we’re using 1inch in this case…
Click ‘Connect wallet’.
Click ‘I accept terms of services’, set your network to Ethereum, and choose ‘Metamask’ as your wallet.
The Metamask icon should change to burning purple flames and a popup will load asking you to select your wallet.
Click ‘Next’. Then ‘Connect’.
Your Metamask popup should now look like this.
And your wallet should appear at the top of your 1inch dashboard like so.
Trade your ETH for GAMB (GMB)
Now it’s time to trade your ETH for GAMB (GMB) on 1inch.
Click on ‘Trade’ then ‘Simple mode’.
You’ll then be redirected to the ‘Swap’ page. By default, you’ll already be on the swap page when you load the app.
Select GAMB (GMB) as the coin you want to swap ETH to and type in how much ETH you want to exchange.
For example, if we wanted to trade 0.005 ETH for DAI.
Next agree to the terms and conditions.
You’ll then be required to sign a message in your Metamask wallet.
Click the extension if a popup doesn’t appear.
Click ‘Sign’ at the bottom of the page.
And finally, in your 1inch dashboard, click ‘Confirm swap’.
Now head back to your Metamask and confirm the transaction. You may need to refresh the page to see the transaction request.
Try approving the transaction as quickly as possible because fluctuating fees can make it to fail. If your transaction is successful you should see the update under ‘Activity’ in your Metamask wallet.
Import your GAMB (GMB) from 1inch to Metamask
And finally, you can now move all your newly-bought GAMB (GMB) from 1inch to your Metamask wallet.
Under ‘Assets’, click ‘1 new token found in this account’.
Then click ‘import all’.
And now, you should have your GAMB (GMB) in your Metamask wallet!
How to Store Your GAMB (GMB) Securely
You can choose to leave your GAMB (GMB) in your Binance, Kucoin, or Kraken wallet, store it in a dedicated wallet, or even better, in a hardware wallet (recommended).
Virtual wallets on crypto exchange platforms like Binance and Coinbase, and dedicated crypto wallet platforms like MyEtherWallet and TrustWallet are called hot wallets because they are always online.
Hardware wallets or cold wallets, on the other hand, are physical devices that resemble flash drives used to store crypto offline.
If you are buying crypto in small volumes (under $500) and want to trade them frequently, you can use hot wallets to store your GAMB (GMB).
If you have large volumes of GAMB (GMB) you want to store and keep for a long time, and you don’t plan to trade often, using a hardware or cold wallet is recommended.
Free Wallets We Recommend
MyEtherWallet – Myetherwallet.com
Features: MyEtherWallet is an Ethereum-based wallet that allows you to store ETH, and ERC 20 tokens including BTC and USDT, ETH-compatible tokens, and NFTs on your device while providing a wallet address.
TrustWallet – Trustwallet.com
- For iOS – Download TrustWallet here: download link
- For Android – Download TrustWallet here: download link
Features: TrustWallet is a multi-purpose crypto wallet (owned by Binance) that also allows you to perform crypto exchanges directly on the platform. It supports more crypto than MyEtherWallet and allows you to perform anonymous transactions.
Hardware Wallets We Recommend
Ledger Nano X – Best Overall
Price – $120-150
Click here to buy the Ledger Nano X
Features: The Ledger Nano X hardware wallet is a Bluetooth-enabled wallet that allows you to store GAMB (GMB) and all your digital assets in one place. You use it with the Ledger app to generate addresses, transfer crypto, and manage your assets. It is both PC and mobile-friendly but needs to be connected via USB to a PC.
Trazor Model T – Most Secure
Price – $260
Click here to buy the Trezor Model T
Features: The Trezor Model T is the first-class wallet of hardware wallets. It allows you to store GAMB (GMB) and virtually every single crypto asset (1200 of them), features an intuitive touchscreen display, and allows you to backup your wallet with a recovery seed should you misplace it.
How Do I Send GAMB (GMB) From My Account to My Cold Wallet?
To send GAMB (GMB) from your exchange platform to your hardware wallet, simply log in to your hardware wallet software.
Follow the specified instructions and generate a deposit address that matches the blockchain network you are sending from.
Copy your wallet address and paste it in the “Withdraw” box on your exchange, confirm the transaction, and voila!
Consider Using a VPN To Help You Trade Safely
If you are new to the world of crypto trading, you should consider using VPNs and if you’re a trading veteran, you should definitely use a VPN if you already aren’t.
VPN – Virtual Private Network – services give you even more anonymity when trading and allow you to access features that may otherwise be restricted in your country.
There have also been cases of crypto platforms being hacked. So with a VPN, you can hide your IP address (your name on the internet) from bad people.
However, not all VPNs are equal. Some are great, while some can even pose risks to you. Below is a list of the best VPNs we recommend for crypto trading.
Starts at $11/month
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NordVPN is the best VPN service overall. It allows you to cloak your IP address and choose locations across 60 countries worldwide.
Express VPN boasts of over 94 countries and 164 locations to choose from, plus covers all your devices. You also get a 30-day money-back guarantee.
SurfShark VPN is also considered one of the most secure VPNs in the world. With 95 countries, you are spoiled for choice and they also accept crypto payments.
Q: Can I buy GAMB (GMB) with cash?
A: The best way to buy GAMB (GMB) with cash is to transfer funds from your bank account into your fiat wallet on your favorite crypto exchange and then trade it for GAMB (GMB).
Q: Can I buy GAMB (GMB) with a credit/debit card?
A: Yes, you can! Binance, Kucoin, Kraken, Coinmama, and most altcoin crypto exchange platforms support buying GAMB (GMB) with your credit/debit card but depending on your region, you may have to use other options.
Q: Can I buy GAMB (GMB) with Paypal?
A: Yes crypto exchanges eToro and Coinbase support buying crypto via Paypal. You can also buy Bitcoin directly onto the Paypal platform.
Q: Can I buy GAMB (GMB) with Skrill?
A: Yes, you can buy GAMB (GMB) on crypto exchanges like eToro and BitPanda with Skrill. You can also buy crypto directly on Skrill. Skrill features its own dedicated crypto wallet and allows you to buy crypto on the platform.
Q: Can I buy GAMB (GMB) with Payoneer?
A: While you can’t buy GAMB (GMB) directly on Payoneer, you can buy on exchange platforms Paxful and LocalBitcoins which support Payoneer payments.
Q: Can I buy GAMB (GMB) with Paxful?
A: Paxful supports only Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and Tether (USDT) transactions. However, you can then send these out to your favorite platform and trade them for GAMB (GMB).