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How to buy Tether in Malta

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Statistics show that the demand for Tether in Malta is significantly higher than in most other countries. The policy of the government helps users to master new opportunities for storing digital assets and making transactions around the world. Also in Malta, conditions have been created for the development of digital currencies: in addition to Malta’s DLT Regulatory Framework, a special authority that regulates the position of a stablecoin in the local market, Tether is freely accepted as a means of payment in the local online and offline stores.

To purchase Tether in Malta, users turn to various exchange services, including the Itez online platform, which cooperates with banks not only throughout the country, but throughout the world. Itez works on the principle of comfortable interaction with cryptocurrencies and allows users to make transactions from anywhere in the world: detailed instructions provided on the site help them with this task.

How to buy Tether on Itez:
step-by-step instruction

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 banking sector in Malta is on the list of the safest in the world: this is due to the fact that Maltese banks require a large amount of personal data. On the one hand, this approach of banks to adding users to the client base provides an additional degree of protection, on the other hand, all this significantly lengthens the process of becoming a potential bank user and, as a result, a cryptocurrency holder. The most popular in Malta are Bank of Valletta, BNF Bank, FCM Bank, APS Bank and HSBC Bank: all these financial institutions allow users to make purchases of Tether without any risk.

Bank cards

In addition to major payment systems Visa, MasterCard and Maestro, a client of a Maltese bank can use local payment systems too. Also, the Russian user is advised to pay attention to the UnionPay payment system: its use is allowed on the territory of Malta and, at the same time, does not limit Russian citizens in the number and quality of transactions.

How to store Tether

To store purchased digital currencies, users apply special electronic wallets. Tether is a stablecoin created on the basis of the first cryptocurrency. In this regard, the choice of electronic wallets is quite large. This diversity facilitates the process of introducing into the cryptocurrency ecosystem and provides users with complete privacy and security in making transactions. You can see the full list of popular Tether wallets here https://cryptowallet.com/best-tether-usdt-wallets/

About Itez:

Itez is an instant Tether purchase resource. Itez is a certified operator holding a license to sell and store cryptocurrencies of a financial regulator from Estonia. What does this give to customers?

First of all it is safety, since the operator is fully responsible for the risks. He conducts a compliance check, provides cryptocurrency on time and is always in touch with customers, if the need arises. Secondly, it`s efficient. The time of receipt of Tether to the client's account is a matter of minutes. Thirdly, the service offers to customers a favorable exchange rate. Rate changes occur in accordance with the liquidity provider's information, therefore, the USDT value on the Itez website is as close as possible to the market value. The site has no hidden fees as the final USDT value is displayed instantly. If the purchase price does not exceed € 300, then the buyer does not need verification.