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Video Tutorials — Depositing and withdrawing with the Public Mint app

Things can get a bit confusing when you’re starting to explore the cryptoverse. But when it comes to Public Mint, you can rest assured we have your back. We prepared a couple of videos (three, to be exact) to guide you through the process of funding your Public Mint wallet and turning those funds back into US Dollars. Let’s dive in!

NOTE: Since the making of these videos, Public Mint implemented support for USDC to and from different blockchains. This adds an extra step to all stablecoin movements, in which you must choose the network you wish to move funds to or from.

We’ll release an updated version of the videos soon.

Adding funds on Public Mint

All the ways to add funds on Public Mint

With the new version of the Public Mint app, you can add funds to your wallet or straight into your EARN account — our high-yield earning program. You can choose to bring in funds directly from your bank account (via a wire or international wire transfer), or using supported stablecoins from any other wallet or exchange.

We’d advise you to make a first deposit to your wallet, or at least to leave a small amount there ($1~$10), since all gas costs will be paid using USD.

Withdrawing funds from your wallet

Withdrawing funds from your wallet

As you can see in the video, cashing out is just as easy as topping up. Just pick whether you want to withdraw via stablecoins or a wire transfer, and off you go!

In this video, you can see the different flows for a US and an international wire transfer. Bear in mind that international wire transfers may come with some additional charges from your chosen banking institution, such as exchange fees (if your bank account’s main currency isn’t US Dollars) or international transfer fees.

Withdrawing funds from EARN

Withdrawing funds directly from the EARN Program

Just like when adding funds, you can now withdraw directly from your EARN account via stablecoins, wire transfer, or back to your wallet.

In this tutorial you can check out one of the newest features of the Public Mint mobile app: inserting wallet address information via QR Code. No more double or triple checking your wallet addresses — simply point your camera and transfer your funds securely.

We hope these small tutorials come in handy and help clear any doubts you might have. If you’re still experiencing any issues or have any questions, reach out to us in our Discord server — we’re here to help!

Thank you, and see you on the other side 🟢

About Public Mint

Public Mint is an open and complete blockchain platform for fiat money, where funds are fully collateralized and held on deposit with regulated, FDIC-insured institutions. Public Mint offers an open, fiat-native blockchain and APIs, ready for anyone to build fiat-based applications and accept credit cards, ACH, wire transfers, stablecoins and more. On top of that, the Public Mint EARN platform offers users automated and diversified returns on USD assets, leveraging the power of blockchain and DeFi.

About EARN

The EARN program is a community-governed earnings aggregation application built on top of Public Mint’s fiat-native blockchain. The program aims to make it easy and safe for the broader public to tap into the high returns available on the crypto space.

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