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Find the best rates from our carefully curated cryptocurrency exchange providers.

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It only takes one click to get a personalized list of exchange offers complete with rates, identification requirements, and refund policies.

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Invity carefully chooses its partners based on years of experience—that means a painless buying process and greater security for your crypto.

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Frequently asked questions.

Exchanging cryptocurrencies

What you need to know to get started exchanging with Invity.

Just like buying digital currencies, exchanging them isn't much different than making a purchase from your favorite online retailer or paying a bill online. As always, keep your security in mind and pay close attention to a few extra pieces of information.

  1. Go to and select Exchange crypto in the menu at the top of the screen.
  2. Select the cryptocurrency you want to spend from the If you pay drop-down menu and the cryptocurrency you want to receive from the You'll get drop-down menu.
  3. Enter the amount of cryptocurrency you want to spend in the Amount box, then select Compare offers.
  4. Our algorithm will immediately display the estimated amount of the cryptocurrency you'll be able to receive at the end of your exchange. The exchange provider able to complete the trade is listed to the right of each offer. Fixed-rate offers are listed first and floating-rate offers are displayed in a separate table below them; each offer already includes all the fees associated with the transaction. Compare the details of each offer carefully, but remember to act quickly, since offers refresh every 20 seconds.
  5. Choose the offer you want to take, then select Get this deal.
  6. Carefully read the safety tips and check the box when you've completed each one. Then select I'm secure and ready to exchange!
  7. In the box, enter the receiving address generated by your cryptocurrency wallet. This is where your cryptocurrency will go once your exchange is complete. Always carefully verify that the address is correct—transactions can't be undone if they're sent to the wrong address. We recommend using the copy and paste function instead of manually typing each character; this reduces the risk of errors. If your wallet asks you to enter a destination tag, enter that too. Once you've checked the address, select Next step. If you change your mind about this offer, select I want a different offer to go back.
  8. Enter the refund address for your wallet. Your starting funds will return here if the exchange can't be completed. Select I'm sure I want this deal! If you want to review the previous screen, select Double-check my receiving address to go back.
  9. All of the most important data for the exchange has been entered and the exchange provider is ready to make the trade you see on the screen. Make sure the information is correct; if you have any doubts or want to review your information, select Cancel and get new offer; this will cancel the transaction and send you back to the exchange screen. To continue the exchange process, you need to send the starting amount of crypto to the exchange provider. Open your wallet, make sure your wallet can access your device's camera, and scan the QR code; this will fill in the required information in your wallet. Alternatively, follow the instructions specific to your wallet and enter the alphanumeric code when prompted. Once you've sent the correct amount of crytpo to the correct address, select I've sent the [currency].
  10. This is the easy part—you just have to wait for the exchange process to complete on the provider's side. The boxes will be checked as each step is completed, so you can easily follow along. Don't worry, the process may take a few minutes to finalize. If you can help it, don't navigate away from or close this window while the exchange process is taking place—this helps make sure that the process completes without any problems, since you won't be able to come back to this screen once you leave. If the process isn't moving forward or you encounter an error, select Wait, what was I supposed to do? to make sure you've completed each step.
  11. Once the All done! box is checked, your exchange is complete. Access your wallet to make sure that you see the correct amount of the type of crypto you wanted to end up with.

Not too painful, huh? Now that you're familiar with the exchange process, it's a great time to make even more exchanges or read about other cryptocurrencies on our blog—there are plenty more out there!
Fixed rates show you exactly how much you'll end up with at the end of the exchange—the amount won't change between when you select the rate and when your transaction is complete. Floating rates, on the other hand, mean that the final amount you'll get may change slightly due to fluctuations in the market between when you select the rate and when your transaction is complete.

While you're sure to get what's shown in the fixed rate offer (they're also called "guaranteed rates"), they are also usually lower, meaning you won't be able to buy as much crypto. Floating rates, on the other hand, are less certain but often higher, meaning you could end up with more crypto in the end.
The offers you see after entering your information are refreshed every 20 seconds. Yes, this isn't very long, but we always want to be able to show you the most accurate information. Plus, with our easy-to-use interface and explanatory information, it should be easy to understand all the information you need to act fast on the most attractive offers.
These are pieces of information that allow your transactions to be processed properly; essentially they help exchanges make sure the right deposit goes into the right account. They're essential for transactions involving Ripple XRP (XRP), Stellar Lumens (XLM), Monero (XMR), EOS (EOS), Binance Coin (BNB), or NEM (XEM). In these systems, many users typically share a single deposit address, so it's the destination tag that notes which deposit belongs to which user. You can think of the deposit address as a bank's routing number and the destination tag as your individual bank account number. Your destination tag was generated as soon as you started using a wallet for the given currency.

Note that XRP uses the term "destination tag"; Lumens, EOS, and Binance use "memo"; NEM uses "messages"; and Monero uses "payment ID"—but don't worry, they're all essentially the same thing. If you forget to fill in this field as part of a deal that requires this information, your funds will likely be lost and, as with all crypto transactions, can't be recovered. Luckily, these pieces of information are generally easy to find and your wallet will usually remind you to fill in this field. Also be aware that each currency may use a different format: XRP destination tags are usually a number between 6 and 10 digits long, while Monero's payment IDs are 64-character alphanumeric codes.