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Google Pay

Google Pay is convenient, fast, and more secure than using a credit or debit card. In order to use this payment method with your phone, you'll need to set up a screen lock. Click here to see how and here for more security tips from Google.

Have an Android device? Download the Coinmama Android wallet app here.

This payment method incurs a 4.99% express feeTake the amount that you want to purchase and multiply it by 1.05 to calculate the total cost.

How does Google Pay work?

      1. Choose the Google Pay option



        After choosing Google Pay, you may be required to verify the payment using your phone's 
        screen lock. The status of your order will then change to In Process, which means that it's being handled by one of our card processors. This usually takes a few seconds, but sometimes it may take a bit longer.

        If it does take longer, it's best to wait. Coinmama orders expire if they're not completed within 30 minutes, and you'll be able to see what the issue was once yours does. For more insight on transaction statuses and what they mean.
      2. Confirm your wallet 

        If you don't have 2FA enabled, head over to your email inbox, read the message carefully, and click the link in the wallet confirmation email if the information is correct.

        Once you have confirmed your wallet, we usually send the coins within an hour, and you'll be able to see them as soon as the Blockchain has confirmed the transaction - this may take another 10 minutes or longer, depending on the amount of traffic on the Blockchain Network at the given time.

        To read more about Blockchain confirmations and how they work, click here. To see the average confirmation time, check out this graph.

The coins are not sent until you confirm the wallet address for us (either via 2FA or email). Do not confirm your wallet address if it is incorrect as transactions are irreversible. 

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