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March 09, 2023

How to close a Coinbase Account

A step-by-step guide on how to delete your Coinbase account

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So you’ve decided to close your Coinbase account. By this point, you’ve probably realized that higher fees, slower customer support, and frequent system outages on Coinbase are spoiling your entire crypto experience.

Hence, we are here to help you in the process of closing your Coinbase account and helping you select a better crypto platform.

Things to Do before you close your Coinbase Account

  1. As a Coinbase user, you will have some crypto in your Coinbase account. Before closing your account, you must withdraw crypto from your Coinbase account to another crypto app.
  1. You can withdraw your crypto to centralized exchanges like Gemini, Kraken, etc., or noncustodial wallets like Ledger, Metamask, etc. Alternatively, you can choose to withdraw your crypto to Juno by creating an account.
  1. Follow the necessary withdrawal process, and transfer your coins, one at a time, from Coinbase. Follow the process to withdraw all coins on Coinbase.

(Alternatively - you can auto-convert all your crypto into Bitcoin by using Coinbase auto-convert feature under the “Buy and Sell” tab).

  1. Depending on the network congestion, your crypto will be deposited in a few minutes to hours.

How to close or delete your Coinbase Account

Closing your Coinbase account is a simple step-by-step process that can be done directly without having to reach out to Coinbase support or the Coinbase Help Center. However, we recommend you follow the closing account procedure on your desktop or laptop. As on mobile, it will redirect you to a mobile browser.

  1. Open your Coinbase Account, click your profile icon, and select settings.
  1. Under the settings option, select Profile and click” Go to Coinbase Account.”
  1. You will be redirected to a new tab. Scroll down and click on the ‘Close account’ tab. Before clicking on closing account, you should download all your tax documents and statements in PDF by clicking on the Taxes and Statements tab.
  1. Once you click on the ‘Close account’ tab, enter your Coinbase account password.
  1. Once done, you will be asked to confirm any pending assets(coins or dollars) on your account. If you have transferred all your assets, click the ‘Close my account’ button to confirm. The cancellation process of your Coinbase account is finished. After this, your Coinbase account will be deleted.

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Kunal Shivalkar
Kunal Shivalkar
Kunal is a crypto native marketer and content writer

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