How to set up recurring trades in your Finder Wallet

See how you can auto-invest in crypto by using the Finder Wallet recurring trade feature.

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You can easily invest in Bitcoin and Ethereum using recurring trades in the Finder app. Head to the Crypto tab to get started. Get it here.

How recurring trades work

Recurring trades let you automatically invest in certain assets at specific times and for certain amounts. For many investors, recurring trades can be an extremely useful tool as they eliminate a lot of the stress and risk associated with investing.

Recurring trades are based on a popular investing principle known as dollar-cost averaging, and are an easy way to automate your investing.

By setting up recurring trades in your Finder Wallet, you can choose when to invest in cryptocurrencies, and also choose how much you want to invest each time.

Recurring trades are made using the Cash balance in your Finder Wallet, so you'll need to make sure you have enough in your wallet to cover the value of any recurring trades you have set up. The easiest way to ensure you have the right amount of funds to cover your trades is by setting up an automatic, recurring deposit from your bank account to your Finder Wallet.

Find out how to set up recurring deposits and trades using the step-by-step guide below.

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How to set up recurring deposits to your Finder Wallet
  1. Log in to your banking app or site.
  2. Navigate to the payments section.
  3. Create a new payment.
  4. Choose the account you want to use to make deposits.
  5. Select Finder Wallet as the payee using the Finder Wallet account number and BSB provided in your Finder app.
  6. Enter the amount you want to deposit.
  7. Select the "recurring" or "repeating" payment option.
  8. Choose the frequency that you want deposits to be made. This should match the recurring trade schedule you have set up in your Finder Wallet. For example, if you've set up weekly recurring trades in the Finder app, set your recurring deposit to be weekly as well.
  9. Pick which day you want the deposits to be made. Make sure it is at least 2 days before your recurring trade is due to come out to make sure the money arrives in time. For example, if you have your recurring trades in the Finder app set to happen every Friday, set up your recurring deposit so that it comes out on the Tuesday or Wednesday before.
  10. Check the details you have entered are correct.
  11. Confirm the payment.
  12. Check your deposits are arriving in your Finder Wallet.
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How to set up recurring trades in the Finder Wallet
  1. Open the Finder app.
  2. Navigate to the Crypto tab.
  3. Tap "Start" on the "Recurring trades" card.
  4. If you haven't already, read through our tips by clicking "Next" and then "Set up a recurring buy".
  5. Enter the amount you wish to purchase. The minimum trade amount is $25.
  6. Choose the asset you want to buy.
  7. Pick how often you want to make a trade. You can choose daily, weekly or monthly trades.
  8. Click "Review" to confirm your trade details.
  9. Swipe up to submit your recurring trades.

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Frequently asked questions

Disclaimer: This information should not be interpreted as an endorsement of cryptocurrency or any specific provider, service or offering. It is not a recommendation to trade. Cryptocurrencies are speculative, complex and involve significant risks – they are highly volatile and sensitive to secondary activity. Performance is unpredictable and past performance is no guarantee of future performance. Consider your own circumstances, and obtain your own advice, before relying on this information. You should also verify the nature of any product or service (including its legal status and relevant regulatory requirements) and consult the relevant Regulators' websites before making any decision. Finder, or the author, may have holdings in the cryptocurrencies discussed.

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