A step-by-step guide on how to delete your Bitstamp account
So you’ve decided to close your Bitstamp account. By this point, you’ve probably realized higher fees, slower customer support, and frequent system outages on Bitstamp are spoiling your entire crypto experience.
Hence, we are here to help you in the process of closing your Bitstamp account and helping you select a better crypto platform.
Things to Do before you close your Bitstamp Account
As a Bitstamp user, you will have some crypto in your Bitstamp account. Before closing your account, you must withdraw crypto from your Bitstamp account to another crypto app. Also, withdraw any USD balances. Your total balance should be less than $0.1.
You can withdraw your crypto to centralized exchanges like Kraken, Binance US, etc., or noncustodial wallets like Ledger, Metamask, etc. Alternatively, you can choose to withdraw your crypto to Juno by creating an account.
Follow the necessary withdrawal process, and transfer your coins, one at a time, from Bitstamp. Depending on the network congestion, your crypto will be transferred in a few minutes to hours.
How to close or delete your Bitstamp Account
Closing your Bitstamp account is a simple step-by-step process that can be done directly on the Bitstamp website.
Open your Bitstamp Account, click your profile icon, and select settings.
Under the settings section, select the ‘Close account’ tab, and you will be asked to enter your Bitstamp account password. Enter your password and press the close account button.
You will be asked to confirm. Once you confirm, your Bitstamp account is now closed.
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