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Free A$15 Worth of Bitcoin after Registration via Promo Link & No Deposit Required @ Swyftx

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Similar to the recent Coinspot freebie.

  • Select "Sign Up" after clicking the link and you will see the promotion applied.

  • Verify email, phone number and enter your Passport number/Other accepted ID (no uploads required).

  • No deposit required

$15AUD worth of Bitcoin was received in my portfolio around a minute after the verification was finished.

Referral Links

Referral: random (104)

Referrer gets 30% of trade commissions.

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    I joined swyftx 2 days ago, :(

  • +1 vote

    Yay!!! I already made 1 cent from my $15. LOL

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    already .5% wealthier ha ha ha…..

    Thank you swyftx.

    Good incentive. Thank you

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    Thanks! Got my $15 worth of Bitcoin upon confirming identity.

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      What was involved in confirming your identity if you don't mind divulging? want to know if it's worth my time/privacy, thanks

      • +1 vote

        Email, mobile and a form of goverment id, passport, medicare, license and one other i dont remember. Pretty painless.

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        I just used my mobile number and Medicare card.

  • +1 vote

    Iโ€™m undecided after reading a few of the comments.

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    Is it easy to cash out the $15? Waiting time?

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      Someone correct me if I'm wrong, most of this goes over my head, but as far as I can tell, you might need $25 on the account before you can actually cash out. So if you invest $10, you should be able to then cash out. I think.

      • +1 vote

        Aha — there is also a $30 minimum despot amount.

        • +1 vote

          With a $2 fee if the deposit or withdrawal is under $200.

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    $15.08 +0.53% โ€“ I'm rich!! Thanks OP

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    I already lost 0.19% :-D
    But yes, thanks OP.

  • +1 vote

    Im not a big time crypto trader and if you only want to deposit small amounts Coinspot is a better option.

    Swyftx have a minimum deposit amount of A$30, and if your deposit or withdrawal is under $200 thereโ€™s a $2 fee. Coinspots minimum deposit/withdrawal is $1 and no fee to withdraw or deposit (via PayID).

    Swyftx also have some trade minimums, where Coinspot donโ€™t.

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    Damn it. Signed up yesterday without seeing this deal. :/

  • -2 votes

    Transaction fee is higher than the freebie

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    I traded it for vegecoin ๐ŸŽ๐ŸŽ๐ŸŽ

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    This is no referral rewards with this mob? Just asking as I don't see the refer-a-friend box setup for Swyftx.

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      There is a commission-saving reward for the referrer, but nothing for the referee as far as I can tell.

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    Anyone signing up on Friday now has around 13-15% less than the $15 worth of BTC in their account!

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    i got 14.99, i got ripped off

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    Lost $1.50 over the weekend :))

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    Down vote for swftyx doing planned maintenance at the start 420 day. And not executing any of their orders for 3 hours

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      I was emailed about the maintenance prior to the downtime. Not much notice though.

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    Well everyone should have bought when the things went down 10% the other day?

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    For the experts - what is the deal. Buy and sit? Or keep adding to the pot?

    How long should one keep the money in there?

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    My mate reckons binance may be slightly higher fees but easy af to use

  • +1 vote

    Sold my bitcoin and bought doge ha ha ha ha….

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    There's something wrong with the sign up page, it keeps saying, "Invalid mobile phone number format." even though the format is correct. Can't proceed.

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      did you remove the starting 0

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        Yes, I've tried that, same issue.

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    Just a note: You can't just withdraw this, minimum trade is $20aud. So you will need to wait until the bitcoin is worth at least that much or add to it. There is also minimum deposits, i sent $10usd bitcoin to the account and it's shown as failed (it's confirmed, asked support and they said they would credit manually.), never had that problem before.

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      I sent less than the minimum and it was accepted. I guess you are allowed to do it once.

      Remember that they charge a fee so if you intend to transfer the funds into a hardware wallet, transfer enough for deposit charges and trading fees.

      Guys, $15 free money so no complaints…

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    didn't seem to work for me

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      Clicking on the link should take you to the account creation page, and with a green "Promotion equity15 applied" banner just above where you enter your email details.

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        did it, all is verified though 2 days later still nothing…

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          Contact them, I've heerd that their customer support can be pretty helpful. If you do, tell them about OzB too, they might put something for us on here!

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    Have anyone noticed this? I found it in my account in Swyft after I registered!

    """
    A referee is created when you share your affiliate link (This will appear after you sign up) and people use it to sign up on Swyftx.
    This is currently at 30% for the lifetime of your account!
    While we may change this for future users, becoming an affiliate now will lock this in for you!
    """

    Does it mean that I will be paying 30% commission, for each transaction after registration?!

    • +1 vote

      It means that if someone uses your referral code, you will collect 30% of the commission fees associated with trades that your referral makes when using their account.

      So if they are an active trader (which means they probably wouldn't be on Swyftx though…) and pay, let's say $100 in trading fees over a time period, you would get $30 of those commissions credited to your account.

      It's an affiliated account though, and I haven't looked into how you actually get "PAID" those commissions, as I haven't had a referral yet!

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        Thanks. Very good explanations.

        Where are they if they are active users? :-?

        • +1 vote

          Probably would be Binance (trading fee 0.1%) or another site such as Independent Reserve with a declining-fee based on trading volume.

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            @Charlie Dont Surf: I prefer FTX, no withdrawal fees for some coins. ERC-20 coins you just pay blockchain fees which are often up to 10x less fees then anywhere else. Signup by a referral and get a bigger discount on trading, hold some of there coins and you have free withdrawals and a discount on fees on top of the referral discount.

  • -2 votes

    Mine never arrived

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      Ask live support, they were able to add the bitcoin to my account manually.

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    How does this compare to Trust Wallet?

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      In what way? Trust wallet is a wallet. This is an exchange.

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        Oh wow, whoops. I saw someone with a Swyftx wallet on their phone the other day and assumed this is a wallet (Sorry, still learning). So I guess Swyftx has a wallet option. Looked ok. So guess the question is, how does their wallet compare with Trust Wallet. To sign up with Trust Wallet I guess you need to send a selfie etc?

        I also think it was you who said you could exchange AUD with no fee using FTX or Gemini? (With a Citibank account)?

        So I was thinking of using trust wallet, sending money to it using one of the above just mentioned (and then using the Binance exchange). I guess this is all about a few bucks of BTC.

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          Swyftx doesn't have a wallet at all. It's just an exchange. You have to send it to your private wallet.

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            @ilikeit: Ok cheers. They must have just left their crypto in the exchange and I was looking at their holdings in the exchange. I'll give them the tip to move it out to a wallet. Will swyftx charge a fee to move it to something like trust wallet or a ledger?

            • +1 vote

              @tunzafun001: Likely, just have a look at the fees page. Also, depends on the coin. If it's not a huge amount, just leave it on the exchange.

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              @tunzafun001: Yes there will be a network fee depending on the coin. ethereum (inc ERC-20) and Bitcoin are expansive to withdraw from most exchanges $30>
              some coins costs cents like xlm,xrp,zil,trx

              edit. Swyftx say they charge just network fees so withdrawals for Eth, Bitcoin may be reasonable. As of now the Ethereum fees are about $3usd so it should be under $5USD to withdraw Eth and ERC20 if they are not adding any extra fees.

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                @shadowangel: I'll stick to BSC through Binance for now anyway. Looks like free AUD transfers each way, and then 0.1% on BSC chain transactions.

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                  @tunzafun001: Make sure you don't use that chain to deposit into an Ethereum (ERC-20) address on another exchange, The exchange needs to support the BSC chain other wise you will lose your money.
                  Both BSC and Ethereum addresses are the same format.

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                    @shadowangel: Lose your money with I'm guessing a protocol compatibility issue? Can't believe that is even possible. How do you know if the other exchange is Etherium based?

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                      @tunzafun001: It's the opposite really, it was designed to be compatible. Most exchanges do not support BSC yet, it will take time. BSC runs a Ethereum Virtual Machine on it's block chain, so it's compatible with the Ethereum chain and it's smart contracts.
                      You will see that with Pancake swap which is just a fork of Uniswap.

                      BSC is much more centralized, under 50 Validators where's Eth 2.0 already has 60k+ validators and it's not launched yet.

                      Ethereum addresses should say Native or erc-20 on the exchange. If an exchange supports BSC it will say so, I don't know of any that are.

                      If you send to a wallet you control you can accept both networks using the same address, you will just need to add the BSC network to your wallet if it doesn't have it already.

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                        @shadowangel: Clearly I still have much to learn (probably should do a coding corse to understand what really is going on). When you say 'lose your money', does that mean it will disappear and you will need to chase it back through the outgoing exchange to recover? or gone, gone…never to be seen again with no way to recover?

  • +2 votes

    is ozbargain going to implement a referral code system for SwyftX?

  •  

    how long do bank deposits (aud NAB) take to get into swyftx?

    When you transfer aud in, can you spend it as aud and by bitcoin or eth or shitcoin directly?

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      I pay by OSKO and it's instant (not first time). Once it's confirmed on the exchange you can buy what they offer.

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        I don have osko only bank deposit/transfer.

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          NAB has PAYID. You should be able to set it up in the app or website. Instant payment. Bank deposit is slow.

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            @ilikeit: thanks ill have to find out how to set it up, i was told first transfer is slow due to verification.

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              @MelBorn: My bank flags the first transfer to an exchange as fraudulent. I give them a call and they authorise the exchange for me. After that, it's instant transfers.

  •  

    nothing in my profile after 3 days

  •  

    Is there a way to combine the referral link and the free $15 BTC link promocode in just one link?

    If you provide the referral link with FREE $15 BTC, you will not get the 30% comission on referral.
    but if you provide your direct referral link - the person you refer doesnt get the FREE $15 BTC.