Answer a few questions regarding the type of account you want to establish and its ownership, then decide how you want to fund it, and once the funds are received in your account, you can start investing in cryptocurrencies.
With Coin IRA's secure platform, you can buy and sell cryptocurrency in your IRA Account or Individual Non-IRA Custody Account, track and manage your account activity, create your own digital portfolios, set up automatic trigger orders to buy or sell cryptocurrencies at your target prices, and more.
Similar to other investment accounts, you’ll need your name, contact information, date of birth, and your Social Security number. This is used to verify your identity and prevent access by unauthorized individuals.
You can fund your new IRA account from an existing IRA (a Transfer) or from an employer-sponsored plan such as a 401k (a Rollover). It helps to have your current account statement on hand. You can also make an IRS allowable contribution to your new IRA account.
You can fund your new Individual Non-IRA Custody Account by wire, ACH, or check. Information for delivery of the funds will be provided within the online process.
To get started, enter your email address and then follow the step-by-step instructions to complete your application. To be eligible to set up a cryptocurrency trading account, you must:
Be a US Citizen
Have a legal address located within the United States
Be over the age of 18