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 How to buy Bitcoin on Cash App

Before you do anything else, you’re going to want to buy some Bitcoin! Cash App allows you to buy as little as $1 worth of Bitcoin at a time, and the app has an entirely separate tab your managing your coins.

 From your Cash App home screen, tap the Bitcoin symbol in the lower right-hand corner to open up the Bitcoin tab.

Click the big, bright “Buy” button in the center of your screen.

Select how much Bitcoin you’d like to purchase by selecting a set USD value or creating a custom order.

If this is your first time buying Bitcoin on Cash App, you’ll be prompted to enter a few more personal details for security purposes and set a PIN. If you make another purchase, you’ll just have to enter your PIN.

You’ll have a chance to confirm your order, where Cash App will break down any fees that are taken out with your purchase.

Once your order is complete, you’ll be swept back to the Bitcoin tab. You’ll now see your Bitcoin balance front and center, along with a simple chart showing Bitcoin market fluctuation over the past week or so.

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 How to sell Bitcoin on Cash App

The key to making money trading Bitcoin is to strike while the iron’s hot. On Cash App, you can sell Bitcoin quickly whenever you’d like, or set up automatic sales when the value spikes.

 From the Bitcoin tab, tap the centered “Sell” button.
The app defaults to a one-time sale and you’ll be prompted to pick a value in USD that you’d like to sell. Like the buying options, you can pick a set value or create a custom one.
Once you pick a value, you’ll be asked to enter your PIN and confirm the sale. And that’s it! Your Bitcoin has been sent off and your Bitcoin and USD balances will reflect the transaction.
You can also plan sales that trigger when the value of Bitcoin hits a determined figure. When you first tap “Sell,” hit the “Change Order Type” button instead of selecting a one-time sale value.
On the next screen, tap “Custom Sell Order.”
On the following screen, you’ll see a graph tracking the value of Bitcoin (you can look at it by the day, week, month, or year). Using the slider, you can pick a Bitcoin price that will trigger a sale.
Once you have your value picked, tap “Set.”
Now you’ll be asked how much you’d like to sell once that trigger figure is hit. Again, you can select a listed amount or pick a custom amount.
Now you’ll be prompted to set an expiration date for this trigger from a few set options. Setting automatic sales can be great if you’re paying close attention to the market, but be aware — what you set is what you get. The sale will go through immediately once your target value is hit, even if the value keeps rising.
Once you set an expiration date, Cash App will prompt you to enter your PIN and confirm the details before officially setting the automatic sale.
You can’t alter these rules once you set them up, but you can cancel them and set up different ones. To see what automatic sales you’ve set up, scroll down to the “Activity” section of the Bitcoin tab.

 How to send Bitcoin on Cash App

Want to send some Bitcoin to a friend? Sending Bitcoin is just as easy as sending USD on Cash App.

Cash App will obviously default to sending USD. To switch to Bitcoin, simply tap on the currency drop-down menu on your transaction tab.
The currency menu will show you balances in USD and Bitcoin. Tap Bitcoin to swap which currency you’re dealing with.
Pick how much you’d like to send. Plug in a value in USD and Cash App will let you know how much Bitcoin that is. There is a minimum for transferring Bitcoin, but it’ll only be a few bucks. Once you’ve plugged in your number, just tap “Send” at the bottom of the screen.
Like a USD transaction, you’ll be prompted to pick a recipient from your contacts or enter a $Cashtag before confirming the transaction and sending it off.