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How to buy Bitcoins in India with Net Banking or NEFT


Now you can Buy Bitcoins in India thru NEFT/RTGS/IMPS or Net Banking using Zebpay. You have to add money to your Zebpay account via one of the above methods before purchasing bitcoins. This is how the add money menu looks like:



However,
  • The minimum deposit amount via NEFT is 5000 INR and it take 1 day for processing.
  • You can also use Net Banking to buy Bitcoin for less than 5000 INR. (But they charge a small internet transaction charge)

Steps to Sign Up in Zebpay and Buy BitCoins in India

Before that you've to sign-up with Zebpay and, verify and link your Bank account. I’ve outlined the steps below on how to sign up with Zebpay and use NEFT for buying Bitcoin. As a promotion from Zebpay, you’ll also get a free bonus 100 INR worth bitcoin if you join use the link in here.
  1. Download Zebpay Android or iOS apps.
  2. Register in Zebpay with an provide Bank Account details (including IFSC code). NEFT transactions can only be done from the Bank Account your provide during registration
  3. Got to the Deposit option from the app screen (see screenshot below).
  4. Enter and amount to deposit and choose NEFT payment
  5. Once confirmed make the NEFT payment and enter the transaction Payment Reference Number
  6. They will confirm and add the money to your account in 1 working day.

Extra Features:

Topup mobile phone or dth using bitcoins from the Zebpay app
Once purchased you can send Bitcoins to others or to your accounts in other Cryptocurrency portals with one touch. You can legally purchase other coins like Ripple, Dash, Etherium etc from India by using these bitcoins.
Withdraw Bitcoins to equivalent INR to your bank account anytime.

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