IBAN Deposit Bonus

Top up your hi Personal IBAN with EUR / GBP and get a bonus

Written by Angelina
Updated over a week ago

Get 100 HI Bonus for IBAN Deposits

To celebrate the launch of personal IBANs, for every 1 Euro or Pound Sterling you deposit to your personal IBAN at hi, we’ll match it with 1 HI in your Flexible. The bonus is capped at 200 HI per member, so if you deposit 100 Euros and 100 GBP, you’ll get 200 HI back.

Once you’ve successfully deposited fiat into your personal IBAN, you can then easily use our Convert feature to get stablecoins or other Crypto, and start trading or earning within the hi App.

Am I eligible to receive the IBAN bonus?

Currently, only members from the UK or EEA countries and Gold tier members and above are eligible to apply for a personal IBAN.

When will my personal IBAN be activated?

If your activation hasn’t been approved within 14 business days, please use the "Live Chat" function directly within the hi app, and our team will help you as quickly as possible.

What is the minimum deposit amount to be eligible for the bonus?

10 GBP / 10 EUR

If I deposit more than 100 Pounds or Euros, can I get a greater bonus?

The bonus is capped at 100 HI for each currency. In total you can get up to 100 HI for EUR deposits, and 100 HI for GBP deposits. In total, that adds up to 200 HI.

To which of my wallets will the bonus be credited?

Your bonus will be credited to your Flexible.

Can I make multiple deposits of 100 EUR / GBP to get a greater bonus?

The bonus is capped at 100 HI per member per currency.

Imagine these scenarios;

Member A deposits 50 EUR today, 50 EUR tomorrow. Member A gets 100 HI bonus.

Member B deposits 100 EUR today, 100 EUR tomorrow. Member B gets 100 HI bonus.

Member C deposits 100 EUR today, 100 GBP tomorrow. Member C gets 200 HI bonus.

When can I expect to receive the bonus to my account?

Within 10 days.

Will the bonus amount be rounded up?

No. For example, if you deposit 75.5 Euros, you will receive 75 HI as a bonus.

Check out the full details at our Blog

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