How to Refer a Friend

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BitcoinIRA offers a great way to grow your retirement savings with cryptocurrency. But did you know you can also earn rewards by referring friends and family? Here's a quick guide to get you started:

 

 

Sharing the BitcoinIRA Advantage

  1. Log in to your BitcoinIRA account and navigate to your dashboard.
  2. Click “Invite Friends” in the "Refer-a-Friend" section in the top right corner of your dashboard.
  3. Spread the Word! There are two ways to invite friends:
    1. Email Referral: Enter your friend’s email address and click “Send Code.” This will send an email with your unique referral code directly to your friend's inbox.
    2. Referral Link: Click the “Generate a Shareable Link” button to generate a unique referral link. Share this link with your friends through text messages, social media posts, or any other way you prefer.
  4. Track Your Referrals: The "Refer a Friend" section allows you to track who you sent referrals to, and how friends have used your code. Check on it to see how close you are to earning your next reward.

Reaping the Rewards

You'll receive your reward after your friend successfully opens and funds their BitcoinIRA account. Remember, there's no limit to the number of friends you can refer, so spread the word and keep racking up those rewards!

 

Need Help?

Contact Support: support@bitcoinira.com 
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 9AM-5PM PST 
Response times may vary. Inquiries are typically addressed within 24 hours. 

 

 

We always recommend speaking with a financial advisor and/or tax professional, as it is crucial for making informed decisions that are in compliance with current regulations and tailored to your specific financial situation. This document is for informational use only and should not be considered financial advice. Cryptocurrency investments and IRA regulations are complex and can change. It's essential to conduct your own research and consult professional advisors before making any financial decisions related to cryptocurrency in an IRA.