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Quotex is a financial trading platform offering a range of services, including binary options, forex, and cryptocurrency trading, among other financial instruments. The platform is known for its user-friendly interface, technical analysis tools, and a wide range of tradable assets.

Each broker has its own specific requirements for deposits and withdrawals, such as minimum deposits, digital wallets, cryptocurrencies, and processing times. In this article, we outline the steps to follow and how you can fund your Quotex trading account.

How Do I Make a Deposit on Quotex?

Once you have decided how much to deposit and which method to use, making the deposit is straightforward and quick. Simply follow these steps:

  1. Use this link for fast deposit, which gives it priority.

  2. Open the trading execution screen and click on the green "Deposit" button in the upper right corner of the tab. You can also deposit into the account through your personal account by clicking the "Deposit" button on the account profile.

  3. Upon doing so, select a payment method. Quotex offers many convenient methods that are available to the customer; these are displayed in the personal account.

  4. Next, indicate the currency in which the account will be deposited, and consequently, the account's currency.

  5. Enter the deposit amount.

  6. Complete the form by entering the requested payment details and make the payment.

The minimum deposit is 10 US dollars (or the equivalent in the currency you have chosen as the base).

Available Payment Methods on Quotex

  1. Visa or MasterCard Credit Cards: The deposit is applied immediately, making it one of the best ways to fund your trading account.

  2. Electronic Wallets: Secondary methods depend on your country of residence; however, you may use Perfect Money or AdvCash.

  3. Cryptocurrencies: Quotex allows cryptocurrency deposits using Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple, or USDT.

Does Quotex Charge a Commission for Depositing?

No. The company does not charge any fee for deposits or withdrawals. However, it's important to note that payment systems may charge their fee and use their internal conversion rate.

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