Are you looking to buy BitDegree courses using ETH? This tutorial explains all the necessary steps you need to take to buy a BitDegree course using ETH.
The example provided uses MyEtherWallet, but you can use any digital wallet that supports ERC-20 based tokens. If you don’t have a wallet please use this guide to create one in 5 easy steps.
How to Buy BitDegree Courses Using ETH: Step-by-Step
Step 0: Don’t have any Bitcoin? Learn How to Buy ETH Using Your Credit Card!
Step 0: Don’t have a cryptocurrency wallet to store your ETH? Learn to Create an Ethereum Wallet
Step 1: Visit the BitDegree website and register a free account.
Step 2: Select any paid course you like and press Start Learning Now
Step 3: Choose Ethereum as a payment method and click Checkout
Step 4: Copy the given Ethereum Address (It’s in the purple bar)
Step 5: Go to MyEtherWallet or any wallet you are using to store your ETH. When using MyEtherWallet, click on Send Ether & Tokens. Paste in the address and amount required from the previous step and choose ETH from the drop-down menu.
Set the Gas limit as 50000 and Gas Price 50 Gwei (You can choose a lower value, the transaction will be cheaper but will take longer).
Step 6: Click Generate Transaction, then Send Transaction and Confirm it.
Step 7: After a couple of minutes you’ll see this screen. You can close it, the payment has gone through successfully. You’ll get an email once your purchase is verified.
Step 8: Your BitDegree course is unlocked once block confirmations reach 20/20. You will be able to find your course in the My Courses section. You’ll also get an email saying that you’re course is waiting for you!
And now you know how to buy BitDegree courses using ETH(Ether). BitDegree is the first educational platform that accepts cryptocurrency-based payments and now you’re part of the very few people that have completed a blockchain-based transaction, congratulations!
BitDegree is a great platform to learn new skills and upload your courses if you want to share your knowledge with the world. What was the first course you’ve bought? Tell me in the comments below!