Users in the Philippines can buy and sell cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Bitcoin Cash on the widely used mobile wallet and online payment platform PayMaya. The Maya app accepts the user's Paymaya wallet balance as payment.

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Here are the steps to follow to buy crypto on Maya app:

1. Create a PayMaya account: You may sign up for a PayMaya account by downloading the app from Google Play or the App Store if you don't already have one. Before you can begin using your account, you'll need to register with a few identifying details.

2. Fund your Maya wallet: You must add funds to your PayMaya wallet before making any cryptocurrency purchases. You can do this by connecting your bank account, debit card, or credit card to your PayMaya account, or by depositing cash at a PayMaya partner location.

3. Go to the "Invest" section: When you are ready to invest, open the PayMaya app and select "Crypto" from the list of available investments. You may buy whichever cryptocurrency you want right here.

4. Select the cryptocurrency you want to buy: Choose the digital currency that you wish to acquire and then key in the corresponding amount in Philippine pesos.

5. Confirm the transaction: Check out the specifics of the purchase, and make sure the transaction went through. The sum will be debited from the PayMaya wallet you have linked to your account, and the software will convert it into the appropriate quantity of bitcoin.

6. Receive your cryptocurrency: When the transaction is complete, the cryptocurrency will be placed in your PayMaya wallet, where it will be accessible to you. Following that, you will have the option to either retain it in your PayMaya wallet or transfer it to another cryptocurrency wallet or exchange.

It's important to note that buying and selling cryptocurrencies can be risky, and their value can fluctuate. Do independent research and get familiar with the associated dangers before making any bitcoin investments.

Furthermore, PayMaya may charge fees for buying and selling cryptocurrency, so be sure to check the fees before proceeding.

Disclaimer: This post is for informative purposes only and not financial advice. Before investing in cryptocurrencies, readers should investigate and speak with a financial professional.

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