Limits and account levels

What's the difference? 

Account levels can unlock additional features within your Coinbase account, including sending and receiving cryptocurrency. Some features may require additional document verification or information provided by you to verify your identity.

Purchase or deposit limits are determined by many factors, including verification completed on your account, your purchase history, and your payment type, and more.

What are my limits? How do I view them?

Your limits are displayed on the Account levels section of your Settings. Purchase and deposit limits will be different depending on your region and payment method type.

For US customers, if you’re looking to deposit more than the maximum $25,000 a day ACH limit, one option is to complete a wire transfer from your bank account to your Coinbase account. You can view instructions for how to wire funds here

How do I increase my account level?

You can see your current level and how to increase it by heading to the Account levels section of your Settings. Depending on your current level, you can follow these quick steps to increase your account level:

  • Verify phone number

  • Verify personal information

  • Verify photo ID (valid state ID for US customers)

What about withdrawal limits?

In general, Coinbase does not limit how much crypto you can sell to your Coinbase fiat wallet (USD, GBP, EUR, etc). Withdrawing from Coinbase will be dependent on the payment method you are using to withdraw. 

For example, for Australian customers, Paypal is the only current option for selling crypto and withdrawing from Coinbase. The limit for these transactions is determined by Paypal.

For US customers, you will need to have a positive available balance to withdraw. For more information on your available balance, see our FAQ here.

For Coinbase Pro users, you can view your Coinbase Pro limits here.

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