Commerzbank is the second most popular and one of the largest banks in Germany with a long history (the bank was founded in 1870). The number of customers of Commerzbank exceeds 15 million people, and its branches are in 50 countries around the world. In the first quarter of 2022, Commerzbank applied for a licence to work with cryptocurrency, which means that it will soon come to a decentralised market, and customers are looking forward to it.
In Germany, you can buy Tether using a regular Commerzbank bank card with our convenient Itez service. Your card can be either debit or credit. Virtual cards are also suitable. We work with Visa and MasterCard.
The Itez service allows you to buy Tether (USDT) in Germany with a debit or credit card of any state or commercial bank using the popular worldwide payment systems Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, American Express. You can make a payment for dollars, euros and other currencies.
In order to buy Tether, it is not necessary to register on the Itez website. In a handy calculator, you can quickly calculate the cost of USDT based on the amount you plan to use for payment. The smallest purchase amount in dollar terms is 30 USD. By the way, the same applies to the euro - the starting purchase threshold starts at €30. Well, in our instructions, as promised, we will go through all the stages of purchase USDT for dollars step by step.
After converting the currency to USDT, you will see the final result in the "You Get" field and on the "Buy" button. Click the button and enter your email address in the following window.
Confirm your email with a 6-digit code sent to the previously indicated e-mail and click the "Verify" button.
Specify the purchase amount in the Itez dialog box. Copy the recipient address - your USDT wallet - from the “Accept” section.
Important: you should not manually copy the USDT wallet address. The blockchain system does not give any information about USDT addresses problems, and if an error occurs during manual entry, all the buyer's funds may be lost.
For example, this is how the copy address button looks like in the Exodus wallet:
After copying the USDT wallet address, paste it into the dialog box.
Check your data — it is important to make sure that the address is entered correctly.
After pushing the “Card details” button, enter the required card information: card number and expiration date, the cardholder name and CVC-code — three numbers on the back of the card.
Push the “Pay” button and enter the one-time bank code in the following window.
After making a payment on the Itez website, you will immediately be able to see the Tether in your wallet.
The transaction will first wait for confirmations from the blockchain network.
As a rule, this happens quite quickly and in most cases takes no more than a few minutes.
The German banking system fully complies with all EU standards. It is one of the most stable and progressive in the world. There are many German banks, about 750, and most of them have branches in other countries. The leaders in Germany are Bayerische Landesbank, Commerzbank and Deutsche Bank. Sparkasse and Postbank customers can also expect a high level of service. All clients of these banks have the opportunity to purchase cryptocurrency using the Itez service.
Crypto wallets are used to store Tether. They can be both desktop and virtual, each service has its pros and cons. To create a wallet, you need to go through a simple registration and verification procedure. It is also important to enable two-factor authentication, which provides additional protection when logging into the wallet. You can get acquainted with the full list of crypto wallets for storing Tether and choose the appropriate one here: tether.to.