[V2] 3/5 Deposit your USDT and allocate your funds


Your USDT must be deposited in your Spot wallet on Binance as shown in the following screenshot. 


If you don't have any USDT in your Binance wallet, you can exchange them directly for another asset on Binance.


If you have USDT in a wallet outside of Binance, here's how to deposit them:

Once on Binance, go to portfolio and then to portfolio Overview:


Click on Deposit



Click on Deposit Crypto:




Type USDT in the search tab, choose the network through which you wish to send your USDT and then send to the address indicated below:



Once you have created your API key with the previous step, you can allocate your funds. 

To do so, go to the last step of your onboarding.


Once you click on the Allocate your funds button, a window will open and you will see several indicators:


Some explanations:

  • Number 1 : Corresponds to the funds allocated at the moment T, knowing that for the moment you have just started, then it is normal that this indicator displays 0, it will automatically update according to the amount that you will choose using the slider.
  • Number 2 : Indicates your Maximum investment capacity according to your previous choices. Here for instance, we took a Platinum subscription with 5000$ extra capacity, for a total investment capacity of 10,000$. You will be able to modify this investment capacity whenever you want. For more information, visit our dedicated page here.
  • Number 3 : Corresponds to the amount of investment that you can still allocate, depending on your subscription.
  • Number 4 : Represents the amount of funds you have available on your Exchange. If the amount displayed below Exchange available to allocate is equal to 0, then please verify that you have transferred USDT to your Spot account.

The slider will allow you, as mentioned above, to choose the amount you wish to allocate to your investment.

Once you have selected your budget, you can then click Update Allocated Funds to confirm your choice.

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