International Bank Account Number
Your IBAN, or international bank account number, is used to conduct international bank transfers. It is a unique alphanumeric identifier that consists of a country code, check digit, and domestic bank account and routing numbers. You can find your IBAN on your paper bank statement, or by logging into your online banking system.
How to recognize your IBAN
IBANs consist of up to 34 alphanumeric characters. The first two represent your country code, the next two are the check digits, and the remaining characters represent your personal bank account number.
If you’re selling cryptocurrency, you’ll need to provide your IBAN in order to receive funds from Coinmama, so have yours handy!