Binance P2P: Buy Bitcoin in Ghana with Mobile Money

Monday 30 November 2020, 11:08 PM AEST - 1 month ago


We have launched support for Mobile Money payments for GHS peer-to-peer (P2P) trading. Starting today, you can buy Bitcoin in Ghana through Binance P2P and pay using Mobile Money, the leading payments service used in the country. Asides from BTC, you can also buy Ethereum, USDT, BNB, BUSD, and EOS at zero transaction fees.

With this launch, its now more convenient for you to take advantage of zero fees on Binance P2P. This also unlocks more opportunities to buy and sell Bitcoin in Ghana, especially compared to the prevailing profit margins of between 1%-3% for P2P trading in Africa.

In June 2020, we added Ghanian Cedis (GHS) on the Binance P2P platform, where users can post their trade ads to buy and sell cryptocurrencies or trade directly with other users. With Mobile Moneys integration, you can smoothly exchange money for crypto in your P2P trades, safeguarded by our escrow service.

How to Buy Bitcoin with Mobile Money on Binance P2P?

Before you trade, you need to log in to your Binance account and make sure that you have completed Level 2 identity verification. This will help create a high-security level for your investment and protect your account on the market. If you are not a Binance user yet, for a new one in minutes.

Heres how to add Mobile Money as a payment method:
On the app homepage, click on Buy with Cash and P2P to enter the P2P trading page. Click on the ··· icon in the top right corner and choose Cash settings.

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  1. Choose Mobile Money from all the available payment options, and click to enter your payment information.

  2. Then click on Confirm.

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