How to swap (demo)
Updated over a week ago

How to swap stablecoins or other digital (crypto) assets with Stably Ramp

πŸ€“ Try this step-by-step demo tutorial on how to swap digital assets using a debit/credit card:

As a verified user, you can swap digital assets, just follow the steps below:

  • Make sure you are logged into your Stably Ramp account.

  • Make sure you have the Swap option selected up top.

  • In the From section, input the amount you want to swap and select the asset you want to deposit by clicking the button with the dropdown symbol.

  • In the To section, select the asset you want to receive by clicking the button with the dropdown symbol.

  • Click Proceed.

  • You will need to connect your destination wallet. You may with proceed either way below:

    • Click Connect your wallet, or

    • Paste your wallet address.

Note: Make sure you enter a wallet address that is compatible with the digital asset you are purchasing and that you have control over. Providing a different wallet address from what you intend will render us unable to recover or revert once completed.

  • Once you have your destination wallet connected, click Proceed.

  • In the Order summary, check your transaction details, including the transaction amount, assets, fees, and the destination wallet address to receive your funds. If you want to update your transaction details, click the back arrow.
    Once all details are correct, click Confirm.

  • In the Confirming deposit page, you will find the deposit instructions, including a wallet address and memo (if applicable) to deposit your funds.

Note: Make sure you send the exact amount to the deposit address. You can easily copy the address by clicking the copy icon or scan the provided QR code.

  • Once your deposit is received, your swap transaction will be completed almost instantly. Normally, it just takes a few minutes, but the processing time may vary depending on the speed of the blockchains involved in the swap.

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