How to Sell Ethereum (ETH) in New Zealand (NZ)?
If you are entering the term ‘sell Ethereum NZ’ into Google, you are likely looking for the safest, easiest, and fastest way to redeem Ethereum for New Zealand Dollars. If this is the case and you are a Kiwi, Easy Crypto in New Zealand is your best option.
Selling Ethereum in New Zealand is extremely easy, and if you do it through Easy Crypto NZ, you can have your NZD delivered to your bank account in less than 24hrs.
Now, what is the best way to sell Ethereum in New Zealand?
To sell Ethereum in NZ, your first step is to sign up with a New Zealand based broker like us, Easy Crypto NZ. Once you have created your account, you can create a sell order for Ethereum and send your Ethereum to our wallet so we can exchange it into NZD for you. We have the best ETH-to-NZD rates in New Zealand, and your order will typically be completed in less than 3 minutes.
Why sell Ethereum in New Zealand through Easy Crypto?
Easy Crypto is your best choice for selling ETH in NZ for several key reasons.
- Easy Crypto has the best ETH-to-NZD prices in New Zealand
- We are the only crypto broker in NZ to have a 100% funds safety guarantee across all orders
- You can sign up and verify in two minutes using our automated system, and have your Ethereum converting to NZD within minutes
Click here to sign up with Easy Crypto and sell your Ethereum today.
How to sell your Ethereum through Easy Crypto NZ
Selling your Ethereum is very easy, you can follow these easy steps below:
- Set up an account
Your first move is to set up an account with us. You can create a free account at Easy Crypto by signing up via email, Facebook, or Google.
- Verify your identity
Once your account is set up, verify your identity using our automatic verification system.
- Start selling Ethereum
Once you have completed our verification screening, you are 100% in the green for selling your Ethereum like a boss. The first step is to navigate to the Easy Crypto home page and select the option to create a sell order. Next, select Ethereum from our drop-down digital asset list and enter the amount of ETH you would like to sell.
For a guide on how to sell Ethereum in NZ through Easy Crypto, you can also see the video below:
How much ETH can I sell?
At Easy Crypto users can redeem up to NZD $30,000, and It is possible to sell higher amounts of ETH. However, if you did not originally purchase coins from us, we will ask to see proof of where coins were originally purchased from.
How do I get paid?
With every sell order, Easy Crypto confirms sell orders almost instantly. However, it may take up to 24-hours for NZD proceeds from sales to be deposited into your NZ bank account. At present, we are also only able to payout proceeds from digital asset sales via bank transfer.
Is now a good time to sell Ethereum?
At Easy Crypto, we can never advise users when is or isn’t a good time to cash out cryptocurrency. The cryptocurrency markets are notoriously volatile. However, it is always a good idea to cash out if you own ETH (or any other crypto) and are in a financial tight spot. Conversely, it is never a good idea to panic sell if you are new to the market, and have long term holding intentions. Finding the midpoint between being stern with your investments and wise is a difficult line to walk, however, if you are holding for the long term, your default position should be to not sell unless you have seriously thought it through.
Should you sell your Ethereum in New Zealand in 2020?
This is a question that only you can answer, however by the looks of how much development Ethereum has been making over the past 4 years, if you plan to sell Ethereum in NZ, you may want to only sell to realise short term gains.
Ethereum, the second-largest cryptocurrency by market cap, is a staple currency in the world of crypto, running the largest decentralised computer and virtual machine in the world. As long as Ethereum continues to provide a foundation for ERC-20 tokens and smart contracts, Ethereum will continue to hold value as a blockchain network and cryptocurrency.
Last updated 16 January 2020