Here at Roobet we exclusively use crypto as a deposit method, supporting Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and Litecoin (LTC) as deposit methods. There is no way to deposit with a credit/debit card, transfer from bank, etc.

The good news is, crypto is as easy to get started with as ever and is often times more convenient! There are many exchanges/apps which allow instant purchase of BTC/ETH with credit cards or bank account. We recommend Exodus, Coinbase, or Blockchain. If you are interested in making a deposit to Roobet, the following is how you can go about doing so:

  1. Make an account on a crypto marketplace like Coinbase, Blockchain, or one of the others listed above.

  2. Purchase BTC, ETH, or LTC using your newly created account on the marketplace you chose and you should receive your crypto soon.

  3. Click "withdraw" or "send" on the crypto marketplace you chose and copy your Roobet.com deposit address which you can find here.

  4. Input your Roobet.com deposit address into the send field of your newly created wallet, select the amount you would like to deposit. Hit send.

  5. After it being sent the crypto should be in your Roobet.com account after the required confirmations have hit (1 confirmation for BTC and LTC, and 3 confirmations for ETH).

  6. You can track your deposit by entering the transaction hash or txid of your deposit into one of these explorers: Blockchain Explorer (For BTC transactions), Etherscan (For ETH transactions), or Sochain (For LTC transactions) and selecting search.

Here is a short video on how to deposit to Roobet through Coinbase:

Confirmations on deposits are automatically processed by the Blockchain. Due to the nature of the Blockchain there is no way for us to provide an estimate regarding how long the confirmations will take, and there is nothing to do to speed that process up.

Please note that Roobet only accepts BTC, ETH, and LTC deposits at this time. Sending any other cryptocurrency will result in that cryptocurrency being lost and your account not being credited.

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