How do I deposit money?

Yellow Card provides you with two main ways to deposit funds into your account. The first is through Fiat Money and the second is through Cryptocurrencies. But hold on! What is Fiat money? It is a government-issued currency that is not backed by a physical commodity, such as gold or silver, but rather by the government that issued it. 

In this post, we will explain how to fund your Yellow Card Account in both ways no matter which country you are in.

How to Deposit Fiat Money on Yellow Card?

You can deposit funds on your Yellow Card account with the 13 Fiat currencies supported by Yellow Card, and through multiple payment methods.

The 13 Fiat currencies are the Nigerian Naira, Kenyan Shilling, Central African CFA Franc, West African CFA Franc, Tanzanian Shilling, Congolese Franc, South African Rand, Botswana Pula, Ugandan Shilling, Malawian Kwacha, Zambian Kwacha, Ghana Cedi, and the Rwandan Franc.

After you have verified your identity (complete your KYC), you can proceed to deposit Fiat money in your Yellow Card wallet. Then follow these steps for the web and mobile app:

Step 1

Click on “ Deposit” from your homescreen

Step 2

Select the Payment Method you’re most comfortable with 

These vary depending on your country of residence

Step 3

Enter the amount you wish to deposit, and follow the instructions


How to Deposit Cryptocurrency on Yellow Card?

After you have verified your identity (complete your KYC), you can proceed to deposit cryptocurrency in your Yellow Card wallet. Then follow these steps for the web and mobile app:

Step 1

On the homepage, Scroll downwards to “ Your currencies” and click on the currency you wish to Deposit

Step 2

Under “ Wallet Balances” select “Receive

These vary depending on your country of residence

Step 3

Click on the Copy Icon or Scan in order to get your Cryptocurrency Address

Note: Use only this address for that specific Cryptocurrency and no other. Sending any other digital asset will result in permanent loss which Yellow Card is not liable for.

Step 4

You should be able to see your incoming cryptocurrency under the “ Transaction History” of that currency

If you encounter any issues during these processes please reach out to our Support Team.

Financially yours, Yellow Card.

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