CoinMiner is a professional mining operation, founded in 2013 by a team of experts specializing in the use of cryptocurrencies. The company’s focus is on enabling individuals and businesses to pursue mining and e-commerce-related activities within this space.
Today we are going to show you, step-by-step, how to buy an item from the CoinMiner website.
For the sake of simplicity, we are going to create an example in which we want to buy an ANTMINER S9, and we are currently living in the Kansas state, U.S.A. The same principals can be applied to other items and places, of course.
Part 1: Create an account on CoinMiner
Step 1: Go to the CoinMiner (or click here) and, on the upper right corner, click on “Login/Register”. Then click “sign up” as seen in the image below (or click here)
Step 2: On “I'M NEW HERE!” fill in the gaps with your email and password and press “Register”
Step 3: Then, the site will redirect you to the “Dashboard” tab, click on “Edit Address”
Step 4: Here, we are going to set our address, the following addresses will be used on the checkout page by default. First, set your billing address, the billing is the address where you are receiving the statements for your credit card. For your order to be approved when shopping online, the billing address has to match this address since it is the registered address on the card, so click on the “edit” button below the “billing address”, fill all the date required and click on “save”
Step 5: Now, we are going to set our shipping address which is the place the buyer wants to get the parcel shipped to. So, click on the “edit” button, below the shipping address and fill all the information and save it. Once you save, you will see a confirmation message like the one on the image below.
Step 6: Lastly, click on the “Edit Account” button, fill in the gaps with your information and save it
Part 2: Now you are ready to purchase, let's try to find one ANTMINER S9 to buy
Step 1: You can try to find an item by searching the categories. Simply choose a category from the list and press the search button
or if you are searching for a specific item, and you know the name of the item as in our example, just type the name on the search bar and press the search button
Step 2: It seems that CoinMiner has what we are searching for, so first we type the quantity and then we hit the “buy” button
Step 3: Now you only need to confirm all the information you gave before in step 4 and 5 of 1st part. In our particular case we are going to send the item for our “billing address”, so we scroll a little down and unfill the option “SHIP TO A DIFFERENT ADDRESS?”
Step 4: Now you have to choose how you want to pay. You can use your normal bank account, ticking in the “Direct Bank Transfer” option, or use Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dash
Step 4.1: If you choose the Direct Bank Transfer, you need to make your payment directly to their bank account. Please use your Order ID as the payment reference. Your order won’t be shipped until the funds have cleared in CoinMiner's account.
Tick the box on Direct Bank Transfer, accept the terms & conditions and press “Place order”
Then, make your payment directly into their bank account. Please use your Order ID as the payment reference.
Step 4.2: If you want to pay with cryptocurrencies, just tick the box on “Bitcoin | Litecoin | Dash”, then choose one of these 3 cryptocurrencies, accept the terms & conditions and press “Place order”
Step 4.2.1: Now, just send the coins to the generated address and keep an eye out for the transaction confirmation that will be displayed on that page
That's it! Once the transaction is finished, the item will be sent to your address!
For more information please visit the website https://coinminer.com/
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