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Deposit Methods

Funding your account on Morpher has never been easier.

Blockchain transactions can be hard to understand, and costly, and so for this reason Morpher has partnered with a number of solution providers, to ensure that you can fund your account using commonly accepted payment methods.

By navigating to the Funds page, and clicking the “Show All” button, you will be able to see all of the available methods for funding your account.

We split deposit methods into two categories: cash and crypto.


You can use a national fiat currency to fund your wallet with MPH tokens, to use for trading.
Our users come from all over the world, so we have added support for three major processes that will help you buy MPH using:
U.S. Dollars
Pound Sterling
Once you click on the currency that you want to use, you can choose from up to three options for completing your payment: Moonpay, Volet, and PayPal.


Moonpay supports payments with a debit or a credit card, SEPA, Google Pay, Apple Pay. You will be required to pass a simple KYC procedure if you deposit over $350.
Please check here to see if your country is supported.

Fees: Moonpay charges a dynamic fee of 1% on bank transfers and 4.5% on credit card payments (minimum fee - €3.99/£3.99/$3.99 or currency equivalent).

Volet - Payment Card

You can fund your account directly using Volet, without having to create an additional account, by using a Visa or MasterCard.

Volet also supports a number of domestic and international currencies such as the Ukrainian Hryvnia and the Brazilian Real.

Fees: Regardless of currency, all Volet deposits using a payment card incur a 3.5% fee.

Learn how to fund your account using Volet with our step-by-step guide.

If you have an Volet account and wallet, you can use it to deposit with no fees.

Learn more about how to use Volet wallet funding methods.


You can use PayPal to fund your Morpher account as part of our Deposit & Earn program (Min. $50). Note: depositing any amount with PayPal will restrict your withdrawals for 185 days, however you gain a 10% MPH bonus on your deposit.
With PayPal you can either:
Fund your account using your existing PayPal balance
Use a credit/debit card through PayPal without an account
Fees: PayPal transaction fees vary depending on currency and amount, and are between 3.5% and 5%.

Learn how to fund your account using PayPal with our step-by-step guide.

You can earn up to $750 bonus (in MPH) by depositing with PayPal.

Crypto Deposits

You can fund your account by using crypto from another wallet, another chain, or an exchange.


You can use cryptocurrencies or Coinbase funds to purchase MPH directly on the sidechain.
Supported Currencies:
Fees: All transactions using Coinbase are subject to a simple fixed fee of 1% of the deposit amount.

Learn how to fund your account using Coinbase with our step-by-step guide.

Crypto on Polygon

Morpher has recently added support for Polygon, which means you can fund your account by transferring crypto on the Polygon network to a dedicated wallet, automatically generated for you at the time of the transaction.

In the funding drop-down menu, you can find cryptocurrency available on Polygon marked with a “on Polygon” description.
Supported Crypto on Polygon
Tether (USDT)

Crypto on Binance Smart Chain

If you want to deposit via the Binance Smart Chain, whether it’s from your Binance Wallet or an exchange, a unique deposit address will be automatically generated for you.
Supported Binance Smart Chain tokens :

Crypto on Ethereum

Just like with Polygon and BNB, you can fund your account by send your tokens on the Ethereum mainchain to a unique token address that will be automatically generated for you.
Tokens Supported on Ethereum:

Note: This is not the same as transferring your MPH from the mainchain via the Ethereum bridge.
Fees: Fees associated with depositing on these chains are dependent on network activity and miners. In order to monitor the gas fees associated with network activities please consult third-party resources such as Etherscan or Polygonscan.

Updated on: 25/04/2024

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