Step 1. Login to your account at www.hashnest.com and go to “Hash”.
Step 2. Select the hashrates (and coin if required) on the left menu bar. Then click “Market”.
Step 3. You are now in the market page. To buy, click the green “Buy” tab on the left box.
Step 4. Key in the price you wish to pay for 1 TH/S in USDT in “Price”. All hashrate markets (except S15/BTC) accept only USDT. Please make sure you have sufficient USDT before you proceed.
Step 5. Key in the amount of hashrates you want to purchase in “Amount”.
Step 6. Enter your trade PIN in “PIN”. If you don’t have a trade PIN, please set up your trade pin here. Learn how to set your trade pin here.
Step 7. Click “Place Buy Order” to confirm your order.
This does not mean that hashrates are purchased instantly. Your order will put on the market table shown on the right. The market table lists all the orders users put out to trade hashrates and BTC.
Ask is a sell order, where users sell their hashrates for their asking price in THS/USDT.
E.g. If a seller sells 1 THS for 1 USDT. You see 1.00000000 under “Price/USDT", 1.0 T under "Amount/THS", and its total asking price under “Total (USDT)”.
Bid is a buy order, where users buy their hashrates for their bidding price in THS/BTC. Since you are buying, you should see your order in Bid(n).
E.g. If a buyer buys 2 THS for USDT. You see 0.50000000 under “Price/USDT", 2.0 T under "Amount/THS", and total asking price under “Total (USDT)”.
Your order is successful when your bidding price matches a seller’s asking price. You will see your new hashrates and USDT deducted in your account as soon as the order is successful.
If you want to buy 3 THS but find only a matching Ask/sell order in 1 THS, Hashnest will automatically buy 1 THS at the matched price. Your order of remaining 2 THS remain on the market until another order matches yours again.
If you would like to cancel your order, click cancel at the utmost right of your orders,
We recommend you to research on market “History" to understand the asking price history so that you can strategically plan your bidding price.