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How to Trade Akroma ($AKA) on Stocks.Exchange

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Akroma is currently only listed on Stocks.exchange for trading. We will walk you through how to send your mined coins from your wallet to the exchange and trade them for BTC. First step we need to do is create an account on Stocks.exchange.

Once on the homepage, enter your email address and click the get started button. Fill out the information and agree to the terms of usage. Once you are finished you will need to log in. Back on the homepage, click on the Exchange link and you will see on the left hand side three lines. Click on those to open the log in portion of the site.

Once you are logged in you need to setup a deposit address for Akroma. To do this, we need to again click on the three lines on the left side of the screen. This time you should see a section that says Wallets (Manage).

Click on Manage and you should see a screen similar to the one below.

From here we need to scroll down and find Akroma (AKA).

And click on Deposit. It will give you a warning and then generate and address for deposit.

Click on the button to copy the address as you will need it in the next step.

Next we need to go to the Akroma web wallet https://wallet.akroma.io/ PLEASE ENSURE YOU ARE ON THIS WEBSITE. There is the potential for imposter websites to be setup with the intent of stealing your private key and therefore access to your coins. Once on the site you need to click on the Send Akroma & Tokens link.

You should see this screen. Then we want to use our private key to unlock our wallet.

Enter your private key and click the unlock button.

From this screen you can see how many Akroma coins you have in your wallet and can select the link for your transaction history. For this example we are going to send 50 Akroma to the exchange. Enter your deposit address from the previous step, enter the amount of coins you want to send. You can adjust the Gas limit if you would like, but realize that this may delay your transaction time. Once you are happy with your transaction, click Generate Transaction. This will give you both the Raw and Signed transaction data. You must click the Send Transaction link in order to actually send your coins to the exchange. You will have one more screen pop up to confirm that you want to send your coins.

Click the Yes, I am sure! Link to send your coins. From here you will get information regarding your transaction.

Click on the Check TX Status if you want to see the current status of your transaction.

This will let you know when your transaction has been picked up by the network and is mined. Once this is mined, we need to go back to Stocks.Exchange to watch for the coins to hit our wallet. Keep refreshing the page until the coins arrive. This may take anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours depending on the current network traffic. Once the coins are in your wallet on Stocks.Exchange you are ready for the next step.

On Stocks.Exchange we need to click the gear icon on the right side of the screen. Then type in Akroma in the top search bar. Click on the line for Akroma and it will open up to the trading page.

Scroll down to the buy and sell portion of the page.

Here you can see our 49.99937 Akroma ready for sale. Remember, some will be paid out as a transaction fee during the trade. Here we will enter the amount of coins we want to sell and the rate at which we want to sell them. I am going to sell all of my Akroma at .00003500 BTC.

Then all we need to do is click on the red box labeled Sell AKA for BTC and the trade is initated. Once someone comes along as is willing to buy my Akroma at .00003500, the trade will be processed and I will be credited BTC. If we decide to cancel the sale, we need to click on the three lines on the left side of the screen. There we will see the pending sale of Akroma.

Click on My Open Orders and it will take you to a screen with all of your pending transactions.

Simply click on Cancel and your trade will be stopped.


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