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- Monday, December 20th, 2021 at 20:22 #52247Dimitrisnikolaou10Participant
Is it possible to buy MATIC directly on Polygon chain? Most services I see require the use of Ethereum chain + bridge to get it to Polygon chain. Is it possible to avoid this? If so, where would you buy from and how would you transfer to Polygon Wallet?Monday, December 20th, 2021 at 21:08 #52248Curious-Rabbit-7909
Crypto dot com and KuCoin have native MATICMonday, December 20th, 2021 at 22:57 #52250thro2016
Coinex also has withdraws to MATIC.. fee is .01 matic. Nice to promote any exchange avoiding eth fees. Eth fees are high because of the limited options.Monday, December 20th, 2021 at 23:11 #52249The_Abbas
You can buy on any exchange. Almost all of them now support withdrawal of Matic to polygon network. Kucoin, coinEx, Okex, gate.io, crypto.com and binance support that. You also have the option to buy directly to your polygon wallet via credit card from the “Buy” option on Quick swap website after you connect your wallet, but the fees are high. I believe something close to 3%Tuesday, December 21st, 2021 at 02:54 #52251LargeandMovingTorb
Dharma wallet has a fiat on ramp direct to polygon. Can buy matic on chain by connecting your bank account.
See below for link. It has a $100 ETH sign on bonus if you use the code. dharma.io/join/damp-sound-1037
Only drawback is that it takes ~6days for the funds to settle.Tuesday, December 21st, 2021 at 06:33 #52252BartholomewPimpson
I bought most of mine on KuCoin, adding Matic network to metamask is very easy, if you need a guide just google it(I think I used Medium’s guide when I added it) I have a chunk of my matic in my metamask wallet along with a handful of shitcoins I bought on the matic networkTuesday, December 21st, 2021 at 12:09 #52253VagrantTea
If you ask me the fee can be pretty steep, but if you want to buy directly to your wallet there’s also Transak?
It’s pretty direct, and a little cheaper than the amount you lose in slippage from constantly changing currencies?
EDIT: If you can though Kucoin or Binance is still the better option just cos they’re cheaper.Tuesday, December 21st, 2021 at 14:00 #52254Pandazaar
You can always just buy XLM and bridge it over to matic for 1 XLM fee
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