Covering how to make a bank transfer to your CoinJar.
Transferring funds to your CoinJar in Australia
BPAY and POLi transfers are made digitally from either your bank account or directly within the CoinJar interface, whereas Blueshyft allows you to deposit cash directly into your CoinJar from a physical location.
In order to be eligible to transfer Australian dollars into your CoinJar, you must first become verified. If you don’t wish to become verified, you can still use CoinJar to send and receive bitcoin, however you won’t be able to transfer funds to or from your personal bank account or convert currency.
Linking your bank account to your CoinJar is not required in order to make a new deposit. The bank account you transfer funds from must be under your own name - not a third party.
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Transferring funds to your CoinJar with BPAY
Similar to a regular bank transfers, BPAY allows you to send funds to your CoinJar from your online banking. There are no fees involved with making new BPAY transfers, however please refer to 'Important BPAY requirements' below for details regarding credit payments.
All verified CoinJar customers have been assigned their own unique BPAY reference number. This reference number will never change, meaning you can easily schedule future transfers from your online banking.
- If you're using a desktop browser, you'll be given the option to make a 'Quick Deposit' at the top of your CoinJar. You can select this for your BPAY details, including your reference number. On mobile browsers, select the dropdown menu attached to your profile image at the top of your screen and choose 'Add funds' for your BPAY details.
- Once you have your reference number, it’s simply a matter of signing in to your online banking and creating a new BPAY transfer. Enter CoinJar's BPAY Biller Code and your CoinJar's Reference number, along with the amount you wish to transfer to your CoinJar.
BPAY transfers are not instantaneous. For details on how long it will take for your funds to reach CoinJar, please refer to our dedicated Knowledge Base article.
Important BPAY requirements
- Please note that CoinJar does not accept BPAY transfers sent from credit accounts or from third parties. Only make BPAY transfers from a transaction account in your own name and from a regular transaction account. Accidental credit card transfers to CoinJar can face delays of up to several weeks, as well as additional processing fees - our payment provider charges a 2.9% processing fee for any credit payments. This fee remains even if the payment is reversed.
- When making a transfer, please ensure the amount remains within your daily deposit limit to avoid additional delays.
- A minimum transfer amount of $10 is required. BPAY transfers under $10 will automatically incur a $1.50 processing fee.
- When entering CoinJar's Biller Code in your online banking, it will be displayed as 'Bill Buddy'. This is normal behaviour, as our BPAY Master Biller is 'Bill Buddy'.
Transferring funds to your CoinJar with POLi
Just like BPAY, POLi is a fee-free online payment method that allows you to easily transfer funds to CoinJar from your Australian bank account. Transfers made through POLi will typically take 1-2 business days to be processed, however you can also make an instant transfer if your transfer meets certain requirements.
Please note: Not all customers are eligible for POLi transfer. Please see POLi eligibility for more information.
Currently, CoinJar can accept POLi transfers from the following Australian banks:
- Bank of Melbourne
- Bendigo Bank
- Bank of Queensland
- Commonwealth Bank
- Peoples Choice Credit Union
- St. George Bank*
- Suncorp Bank
* Due to certain payment risks, some bank are ineligible for instant transfers.
CoinJar is currently not able to provide POLi transfers to new CoinJar members. Existing customers who have completed at least one successful POLi payment prior to January 8, 2018 without support intervention can continue to make POLi transfers, however the option is not available to newer accounts.
Please note that CoinJar Support is unable to add the ability to make POLi transfers to new CoinJar accounts, even upon request.
Important POLi requirements
Please note that CoinJar does not accept POLi payments sent from third parties. All transfers must come from a bank account that matches your verified legal name.
If you've made a third party transfer, or the name in your online banking isn't an exact match for your CoinJar's verified legal name, please contact our Support Team.
POLi instant transfers
When making a new POLi transfer to your CoinJar, you may be eligible for an instant transfer. An instant transfer allows your POLi payment to be available in your CoinJar's Cash Account right away - even while the bank transfer itself is still undergoing the typical 1-2 business day bank processing.
Instant transfers are not always guaranteed. For more details, please refer to our dedicated Knowledge Base article on POLi instant transfer eligibility.
Making a POLi transfer to your CoinJar
To transfer Australian dollars to your CoinJar using POLi, please complete the following:
- Once signed in to your CoinJar, navigate to your ‘Quick Deposit’ option at the top of your screen to show the Quick Deposit window.
- If the POLi tab is not visible, you must become verified using our latest ID verification system. Please also refer to POLi eligibility if you have completed ID verification.
- Select the POLi tab and enter the amount you wish to transfer. You can check your current daily POLi limit in your CoinJar Settings. POLi transfers must be of at least $10.
- In order to proceed, you must agree to the terms of the deposit, then select 'Add funds'. All POLi transfers must be made from a bank account under your own name in order to be accepted. Third party transfers will automatically be placed on hold, and can face delays before being refunded.
- You will be redirected to POLi Payments to complete the bank transfer. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete this process.
Once you have completed your POLi transfer, your funds will be shown in your Cash Account as 'Pending' to signify that CoinJar has received acknowledgement of your payment. These funds will be approved automatically within 1-2 business days, and you'll receive an automatic email notification once those funds have been added to your CoinJar.
POLi transfers are not always instantaneous. For more details, please refer to our dedicated Knowledge Base article on POLi instant transfer eligibility.
Transferring funds to your CoinJar with Blueshyft
Blueshyft allows you to deposit physical cash into your CoinJar from a selection of locations across Australia. These cash deposits do require a Blueshyft payment processing fee of 2.5%, however they allow you to make instant cash transfers into your CoinJar.
To transfer Australian dollars to your CoinJar using Blueshyft:
- Once signed in to your CoinJar, navigate to the ‘Quick Deposit’ option at the top of your screen to show the Quick Deposit window.
- Select the Blueshyft tab and enter the amount you wish to transfer into your CoinJar. You can check your current daily Blueshyft limit in your CoinJar Settings. Transfers must be of at least $50, and are limited to $1,000 per 24 hours.
- Select 'Add funds'. You'll then be provided with a unique QR code - sent to your email address. Present this QR code to a sales assistant at the Blueshyft cash deposit location of your choice, advising you wish to make a new cash deposit using Blueshyft. They will be able to assist with completing your deposit.
- Your cash deposit (minus the Blueshyft payment processing fee of 2.5%) will be added directly to your CoinJar's Cash Account.
Transferring funds to your CoinJar from a non-Australian bank account
CoinJar currently supports the ability to accept bank transfers from Australian bank accounts exclusively.
United Kingdom and Eurozone bank transfers have been supported previously, however have been disabled while CoinJar transitions to an alternative payment provider.
Updated: 18 Jan 2018 (AS)
Reviewed: 18 Jan 2018 (AS)