You can fund your Beaxy Exchange account with dozens of cryptocurrencies, credit and debit cards, or by sending a wire transfer from your bank account. No more waiting 5-7 business days for your funds to settle and become available to withdrawal. Wire transfers are one of the fastest ways to move fiat with transactions settling in 24-48 hours.
If you know how to send a wire from your bank, go the the exchange to initiate a USD deposit. For detailed instructions on funding your account via wire transfer, follow the steps below.
Please note that Beaxy’s US Trust partner, Prime Trust, requires an additional KYC verification. Your Beaxy account must be verified by Prime Trust before fiat transfers can be enabled. Click here and select Deposit Fiat to submit your KYC application.
How to Send a U.S. Domestic Wire Transfer
Once you’ve completed KYC for fiat, you’re ready to initiate a wire transfer from your bank to your Beaxy account. Sending a wire is similar to sending bitcoin, enter the recipient’s information (address) along with the amount you’re sending. In this case, you’ll be sending a wire from your bank to Signature Bank. The details for Signature Bank are shown below, keep these handy. Your bank will ask for these pieces of information.
Now that you have the recipients details, log into your online banking account and find your bank’s wire transfer portal. There, you can enter the amount you want to deposit to Beaxy along with the details for Signature bank.
If your bank does not have an online portal for wire transfers, you can complete the process by calling your bank and providing the recipient’s details to them. To make this easier, we’ve listed all of the relevant information about each major U.S. bank below. Find your bank to see if they have an online wire transfer portal. If you need to give your bank a call to send a wire, the phone number for your bank’s wire transfer department is listed below.
Sending a Wire to Beaxy From Your Bank
Every bank has their own unique methods for sending and receiving wire transfers. To help you along this process, we have listed the top U.S. banks along with tips that will make sending a wire from your specific bank easier.
JP Morgan Chase
JP Morgan Chase has a very simple and clear description of how to process wire transfers available at the link below. The process starts with adding the recipient in question through the dropdown tab ‘Pay & Transfer’, then go to ‘Wire money’. There you’ll find the option to add a recipient. Then enter all the relevant banking details for your recipient like Bank country and Bank routing number. Once that recipient has been made, you’ll need to ‘Schedule wire’. You also have the ability to send a recurring wire which you can send as often as you’d like.
After the wire has been scheduled, you’ll receive a confirmation message and also an email alert. To edit a wire that’s been scheduled, go to ‘wire activity’ and you’ll have the option to edit or cancel an ongoing wire.
Easy guide: https://www.chase.com/content/dam/chase-ux/documents/commercial-banking/chase-connect/cc_quickguide_wire_transfers.pdf
Begin the process of sending a wire by logging in at: https://www.chase.com/digital/sign-in-wires
You can also speak to JP Morgan Chase on: 1 (855) 893-2223
Bank of America
It appears that Bank of America charges different fees for different ZIP codes so your results may vary from what is discussed here. Once you’re logged in, find the transfers tab and under ‘send money to someone’ there will be an option for ‘Using a wire’. To make a transfer enter all the relevant details (depending on who you’re sending money to, you may need to add a new recipient). The rest is quite self explanatory.
For more information and questions, Bank of America have an FAQ page: https://www.bankofamerica.com/deposits/wire-transfers-faqs/.
Begin the process of sending a wire by logging in at: https://www.bankofamerica.com/
You can also speak to Bank of America on: 1 (800) 432-1000
Citigroup offers wire transfers with varying prices depending on what type of account you have and where you’re sending money to. With a ‘Citi Priority’ a wire transfer costs $17.50 but with other accounts it’s roughly $25. Private clients have their fees waived. Wire transfer can be sent from checking accounts or savings accounts. To start the process go to the transfers tab. Find out the details needed from who you’d like to send the money to and then add them as a recipient and then you’re ready to send a wire.
Begin the process of sending a wire by logging in at: https://online.citi.com/US/JRS/pands/detail.do?ID=WireTransfers
You can also speak to Citigroup on: 1 (800)-374-9700
With a Wells Fargo account you can send wire transfer easily by going to the Transfer & Pay tab and then ‘enroll in online wire transfers’. Recipient details are needed so make sure you have details to hand. Once you have those details, go to the ‘Wire Money’ page and select ‘Add recipient’. Then enter the funding account and the amount you’d like to send. Do a final review of your payment and then send. Fees are disclosed just before the transfer is sent.
Begin the process of sending a wire by logging in at: https://www.wellsfargo.com/online-banking/wires/
You can also speak to Wells Fargo on: 1-800-869-3557
Morgan Stanley have put together an easy and user friendly guide for how to make Online Transfers. The link is below and should be consulted for further details. It provides a clear guide for how to send transfers to external accounts.
Begin the process of sending a wire by logging in at: https://login.morganstanleyclientserv.com/ux/
You can also speak to Morgan Stanley on: 1-(888)-454-3965
PNC Financial Services
PNC Financial Services requires that you make wire transfers over the phone or in person at a bank branch. When you do so, make sure you have all the relevant details available for your recipient.
You can also speak to PNC Financial Services on: 1-(888)-762-2265
Capital One has a simple set of instructions for setting up a wire transfer. Firstly, sign into your account at the link below. Click on the account from which you like to send funds from. Click on ‘Account Services & Settings’ and then click on ‘Wire Money’ to begin the procedure. Like other banking options you will need to have the recipients details and create a brief profile for them.
Begin the process of sending a wire by logging in at: https://verified.capitalone.com/auth/signin
You can also speak to Capital One on: 1-(888)-464-0727
Under the FAQs (linked below) you can find a section that says ‘How do I send a wire transfer?’ Once you log into your account, go to the ‘Service’ tab and choose to ‘Request a wire transfer’. Like all wires, there’s a cut off time for when you must send wire transfers from.
You can also speak to TIAA on: 1-(888)-882-3827
Charles Schwab Corporation
The Charles Schwab Corporation requires wire transfers to be made in person or via the phone. Make sure you have all the details for the recipient so that your call can run smoothly.
You can also speak to Charles Schwab Corporation on: 1-(602)-355-3426
You’ll need to fill in the Ally Domestic Wire Transfer Request Form online. The completed form can be provided to any Ally Bank branch as well. Just like any other wire transfer, there is a fee attached but if the transfer is to another Ally account the fee is reimbursed. Ally often phones you to verify your request. Ally doesn’t allow international wire transfers.
Begin the process of sending a wire by logging in at: https://www.ally.com/
You can also speak to Ally Financial on: 1-(877)-247-2559
USAA allows domestic and international wire transfers. Some larger transfers of over $10,000 require phone call verification. Sending a wire is much like any other bank and will require full recipient details include ZIP Code, routing number and account number. Domestic transfers cost $20 and international wire fees are $25.
Begin the process of sending a wire by logging in at: https://www.usaa.com/inet/ent_logon/Logon?logoffjump=true&akfixed=true
You can also speak to USAA on: 1-(800)-531-8722