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How to buy Tether (Polygon) with Credit Card

Buying USDT on Polygon in 3 Steps

USDT is the largest stablecoin by market capitalization. To buy USDT on Polygon using Paybis, follow these three steps:
  1. First, create and verify your Paybis account.
  2. Second, select USDT as the cryptocurrency to purchase and choose Polygon as the network.
  3. Finally, complete the transaction by making a payment with your preferred method. 
Paybis offers a user-friendly platform, ensuring a smooth and efficient process.

Why Should You Buy Tether (USDT) on Polygon?

Polygon is known for its significantly lower transaction fees compared to Ethereum's mainnet. Since Tether is originally an ERC-20 token on the Ethereum blockchain, using it on Polygon can save a considerable amount in fees, especially for frequent or small transactions.

Polygon offers faster transaction processing times than Ethereum’s mainnet. This can be particularly advantageous for those who need quick transaction confirmations, such as traders or when using USDT for payments.

How to Choose a Wallet for Storing USDT (Polygon)?

  • Compatibility: Ensure the wallet supports the Polygon network and USDT.
  • Security: Look for wallets with robust security features like two-factor authentication, backup options, and private key encryption.
  • User Experience: Prefer wallets with an intuitive interface, especially if you're a beginner.
  • Reputation: Research and choose wallets with positive reviews and a strong reputation in the community.
  • Accessibility: Decide if you need a mobile, desktop, or hardware wallet based on your accessibility and convenience needs.
Our personal favorite is Paybis Wallet — you can access it from anywhere and any device with just your Paybis credentials, and view all your funds on-chain.

USDT (Ethereum Mainnet) vs USDT (Polygon)

USDT on Ethereum Mainnet and USDT on Polygon represent the same Tether stablecoin but on different blockchain networks.

Ethereum Mainnet USDT offers high security and widespread acceptance, but often comes with higher transaction fees and slower processing times due to network congestion.

USDT on Polygon benefits from lower transaction costs and faster processing, as Polygon is a layer-2 scaling solution designed to alleviate these issues. However, the trade-off is that Polygon's network might not be as widely supported in all exchanges or wallets compared to Ethereum's.