Verification - Australia
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Easy Crypto has a tiered verification system. Verification processes ensure we comply with the law, keep our customers safe, and make the world of crypto a safe place with room to grow.

To verify your account, follow the link on your Account page. For a walkthrough on how to to get verified, click here.

If you don’t have an Australian or New Zealand driver’s licence or passport, please have a look at our alternative verifications.

Our verification tiers, their requirements and limits are as follows. Dollar figures are the cumulative total of both buy and sell.

Verification Tier and requirements


Tier 1 – ID Verified
Completed verification with us and this has been approved by the Easy Crypto Team. Orders may initially be processed and held for the security of your account.

  • $25,000 total across all orders

Tier 2 – Upgraded Account - Source of Funds verified
When you apply for Tier 2 verification we will ask you to show us where your funds will come from - your source of funds. The options for documents we accept are available to you here. We will upgrade you to a requested or assessed amount. You can apply to increase this whenever you are nearing your limit.

  • $25,000 +

Selling Crypto - Bank account approved

When you wish to sell crypto - we require proof of your Australian Bank account. You can also contact the help desk to advise of your PayID as we have started trialling pay outs only via this method.

If you are selling crypto:

If you want to sell (not buy) large amounts of crypto then we will need to understand where your crypto has come from. If you’ve bought from us originally, no problem, we can buy that back. If you’ve bought somewhere else we can help you out, but for amounts over $25,000 we will need some details around where the crypto came from.

  • As above

If you have any more questions on our verification process, feel free to flick us a message at [email protected]

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