How to Buy Dropbox stock

A Step-by-Step-Guide on how to buy Dropbox stock (DBX stock)

Buy the stock from Dropbox, Inc. in three easy steps!

Step 1

Sign up for a eToro account

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Provide an email address, choose a username, and use a secure, strong password.

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Step 2

Verify your identity


In order to buy Dropbox stock, you will need to provide your country, date of birth, name and phone number as well as additional support documents which verify your personal identity.

Those supporting documents are a valid ID, like Driver license or Passport and sometimes also Proof of Residence Document like Bank statement, Credit card statement, Utility bill(water, electricity, gas, internet, phone), Payroll statement -or- Official salary document from employer, Tax document or Residence certificate.


The reason for this strict verification is to prevent identity fraud or theft.

Step 3

Go ahead purchasing Dropbox stock by depositing USD or EUR


Staking your account with fiat currencies, like EUR or USD for exchanging can be done different ways, including domestic wire transfers, SWIFT and SEPA or debitcard.

The variant you select will be based on your preference and location.

When your fiat currency arrives in your account, you will be able to buy stock from Dropbox, Inc. (DBX).

With your account you will also have access to charting tools, and 24-hour support.

Congrats! You have successfully bought Dropbox stock (DBX).

That's it!

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