How I changed 1.42 Dash into 2.84 Ethereum using ShapeShift

in tutorial •  last year

I had $20 in Dash sent to me several months ago and seeing that it had turned into $120, I decided to exchange this amount into Ethereum to learn how this can be done. For this purpose I used ShapeShift, which is recommended on Jerry Banfield's website.

I could have exchanged my 1.42 Dash into Bitcoin, but I thought it would be more fun to do it with Ethereum as I have a wallet with Coinbase, which is a very reliable and insured wallet for Bitcoin and Ethereum.


Using ShapeShift to exchange cryptocurrencies


ShapeShift
 is a website where you can exchange most common cryptocurrencies without needing to register for an account with them. For the purpose of this blog post I am going to show you how I exchanged Dash into Ethereum.

The first step is to choose which assets to exchange.

When you click on the "Deposit" or "Receive" logo of the currency that is there by default, a window opens from where you can make your selection.

After you have selected the pair of cryptocurrencies that you want to exchange, what you have to do is select the "Quick" option and then click "Continue."

A window like this opens. Note that you have a minimum and a maximum that you can exchange at once. In this case I can only exchange 11.75 Dash. The instant rate also shows up: 1 Dash = 2.05 ETH.

The first field is for the "Receive" address, which is the Ethereum address. The second field is for a Dash refund address in case that the transaction doesn't go through. You have then to check the box "I agree to Terms" and click the "Start Transaction" button. Note that you don't need to enable "Reusable Address."

This window then shows up. This is giving you the instruction where to send your deposit.

I opened my Dash wallet on my computer and proceeded in sending 1.42 Dash to the Dash address they provided.

The transaction took about 10 minutes to be verified and during that time you can monitor the status of your exchange with ShapeShift. There is a Bookmark button in the upper right if you need to close this window and come back to it later.

At first it indicates "Pending Confirmation" and when it is confirmed, you'll have to wait a few more minutes for the "Exchange Complete" step to be completed.

On this same page you can see your order details with the ETH receive address and the Dash deposit address. The final rate is also mentioned, which is 1 Dash = 2.01 ETH in this case.

Soon after an email arrives confirming that the transaction was successful.

The whole process took about twenty minutes.

This is how I changed 1.42 Dash into 2.84 Ethereum using ShapeShift. See the beauty of this exchange having now twice as much coins.

I was very pleased using ShapeShift for the first time and I hope you will have the same experience I had. I hope you enjoyed reading this tutorial and that it is useful for you.


Michel Gerard

www.michelgerardonline.com

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Michel nice work holding onto that dash and thank you for sharing your tutorial here on how to change it to ETH with shapeshift!

Good morning from Cologne Germany @gmichelbkk 😎
Thank you very much for your great post & informations 👌👍
Have a nice weekend with best regards
Lars @laloelectrix

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Thank you.

Great post. I have been using shapeshift functionality built within the Exodus wallet, but I think I will try to use the standalone shapeshift site now just for fun. Of course the built in shapeshift in Exodus is limited to what coins the wallet includes, but its flawless, and fast.

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I have been using it with Exodus too! It's great.

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