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Onboard offers you more options to buy, sell and send your crypto. Go from crypto to cash, free of charge.

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Why Onboard?

Go from crypto to cash, swiftly

By simply signing up, you have free access to hundreds of Onboard verified peer-to-peer merchants waiting to swap with you.

Securely swap crypto

All Onboard peers are carefully vetted to ensure that all your transactions are secure. We've also conducted security audits to make sure our platform is solid

Get the best rates from verified merchants

Our extensive list of verified merchants gives you the option to find the best rate for your needs.

No hidden fees or charges

Onboard does not charge any extra fees. So you know exactly what you'll pay from the beginning of your transaction

Become a Merchant on Onboard

Become a merchant

What makes Onboard better?

Onboard was designed with one goal: to make it easy for anyone to change their crypto to cash in seconds, easily and securely.

Onboard is the first crypto exchange where you can directly move funds between a bank account and non-custodial wallet. You can go from crypto to cash in 3 easy steps. No need to create a new wallet or move your money across numerous platforms.

You have questions, we have answers

What is an escrow account?

Escrow accounts are important for ensuring secure transactions on Onboard. When you initiate a transaction, the crypto is moved into an Onboard escrow. It is only released when both the buyer and seller confirm that the fiat transaction has been completed.

What is the difference between a merchant and a customer?

A merchant has the ability to create ads on Onboard. Ads are where they set the price for which fiat and crypto will be exchanged for. As a result of this merchants tend to be frequent traders and regularly on the platform Customers get to choose which merchant they want to trade with (by a select an ad) but they do not get to set the price of the trade they can only choose which price they would prefer to trade at.

What is a non-custodial wallet?

You have a non-custodial wallet if you have sole control of the private keys, as well as the public keys for the wallet. Examples of non-custodial wallets include Metamask and Trustwallet. In contrast if you are using crypto exchange such as Coinbase the crypto wallet you likely have is a custodial wallet. With custodial wallets you do not have control of the private keys.

Are there transaction limits on Onboard?

Yes, there are limits. As a customer you are not able to buy lower than $10. As a customer, you are not able to buy more than $500 per transaction. You cannot process more than $2,000 per day

What happens if something goes wrong with my transaction?

If there is a problem with your transaction, you can report the transaction by clicking on the report button. This creates a dispute chat which includes you, the customer and an Onboard customer support agent. Please provide all evidence you have to support the concern you have with the transaction so this dispute can be resolved as quickly as possible