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Opening a Stably Ramp account
Opening a Stably Ramp account
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How to open a Stably Ramp account and buy/sell crypto

  • Sign up and open a Stably Ramp account.

  • Get verified by going through KYC or KYB account verification onboarding.

  • Add your bank account as a payment method.

  • Buy or sell digital (crypto) assets and stablecoins.

Sign up for a Stably Ramp account with your email address

  • Click the hamburger () menu at the top right.

  • Click Login/Signup.

  • Enter the email address you want to use for your Stably Ramp account and click Proceed.

  • Copy and paste the OTP code sent to your email address and click Proceed.

  • Select your account type.

Note: You can create a Stably Ramp account as an individual user and go through the KYC steps or as a business and go through the KYB steps. Read KYC verification requirements to learn about KYC verification and document requirements.

KYC steps

Read KYC step-by-step tutorial to view the KYC tutorial with images.

  1. Once you've selected "Individual" as account type you will need to click "Accept" to the Bridge Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

  2. Select your Country.

  3. Take a photo of your government photo ID with your device and upload it.

  4. Confirm your basic information.

  5. Wait for your documents to upload.

  6. Your KYC account verification has been submitted.

Most accounts are automatically verified within seconds.

📧 You should receive an email with the subject as "Welcome to Stably! Your account has been approved".

Some accounts may need additional documents for verification. If your Stably Ramp KYC has been on pending status for more than 48 hours, please get in touch with our support team.

KYB steps

If you would like to learn about the KYB account verification process, please take a look at these articles:

What's next?

Check out these articles for the next steps with your Stably Ramp account:

To learn more about Stably, visit our website.

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