The Milwaukee Public Market is currently accepting bitcoin for its bitcoin card purchase, and the process can be somewhat confusing at first.
Here’s how to get started with buying bitcoins for your credit card, as well as how to do so safely and efficiently.1.
Open your credit cards and check if there’s a bitcoin option2.
Make sure you’re using a credit or debit card that allows you to buy bitcoins.
If you’re not using one of those, you’ll need to fill out a form that’s available on the Public Market website.3.
Once you’ve signed up for your card, you can log in to your account and make purchases.4.
Your purchases are converted to bitcoin, and you’ll see a bitcoin transaction counter that’s visible on the bitcoin screen.5.
Once your transaction is confirmed, your bitcoin will be sent to your bitcoin wallet.6.
Your transaction is converted back to dollars, and your bitcoin balance will be added to your local currency account.
This is where you’ll start to see your bitcoin balances going up and down as you shop, and how much money you can make with each purchase.7.
When you’re ready to withdraw your bitcoin, you simply tap the “Deposit” button on your card.8.
You’ll receive a confirmation email with instructions on how to withdraw bitcoin from your bank account.9.
Once withdrawal is complete, you’re done.
If the process doesn’t work for you, you may need to re-enter your bank or credit card details.10.
Your balance will automatically be returned to the market, and it will take about an hour for bitcoin to be added back into your bank.11.
The Milwaukee Market bitcoin card is available for purchase now.
It has a 1-day hold period, which can be waived on a case-by-case basis.
The Public Market offers a wide range of services for those seeking to purchase bitcoin with their credit cards, including buying and selling stock, renting properties, buying insurance, and renting out space.
You can also buy and sell gold and silver.
The Milwaukee Public Markets bitcoin card costs $25 for a one-year hold period and $100 for a year.
You also have the option to add an additional $25 to your balance in the event of a loss of funds.
The Public Market will then refund the full amount of your transaction.