How do I verify my Luno account in South Africa?


It’s easy to verify your Luno account in South Africa! All you need is a valid ID and to be over the age of 18. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it:

1. Go to the Luno website and sign up for an account.

2. Once you’ve registered, you’ll be asked to verify your identity.

3. Select ‘South Africa’ as your country of residence.

4. Enter your full name, date of birth and ID number.

5. Upload a copy of your ID document.

6. Once your ID has been verified, you’ll be able to buy, sell and trade cryptocurrencies on Luno!Assuming you would like tips on verifying a Luno account in South Africa:

Luno is a cryptocurrency exchange that allows users to buy, sell, and trade a variety of digital assets. In order to use the Luno platform, users must first create an account and verify their identity. Luno offers two account types: Individual and Business.

The verification process for an Individual account is relatively straightforward and can be completed online in a matter of minutes. Business accounts require more documentation and may take longer to verify.

Here are the steps you’ll need to follow to verify your Luno account in South Africa:

1. Go to the Luno website and create an account.

2. Once you have registered, click on the ‘Verify Account’ link in the top menu.

3. Select ‘South Africa’ as your country of residence and click ‘Continue.’

4. Enter your personal information, including your full name, date of birth, and ID number.

5. Upload a copy of your ID document. This can be a passport, ID card, or driver’s license.

6. Once your ID has been uploaded, you will need to take a selfie with your ID. Make sure the ID is visible and that your face is clearly visible.

7. Review your information and confirm that everything is correct.

8. Click ‘Submit’ to complete the verification process.

Once your account has been verified, you will be able to buy, sell, and trade cryptocurrencies on the Luno platform.


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