Making withdrawals from your funded Gatecoin account is simple. You can withdraw crypto Augur (REP) or Fiat money, depending on what you have saved.
Let’s check these steps to help you withdraw funds from your Gatecoin account:
Click here to open the exchange site.
Log in using the email address and password you’ve filed for Gatecoin.
Once you’re logged in, you can see different menus on the left side of the page. Click on ‘Withdraw’ which is the sixth option from the top.
For Augur (REP) withdrawals, go to ‘Withdraw Funds’ and click on your Augur (REP). In this example, we are using BTC.
Next, add your wallet address by clicking on the plus sign next to”Account.”
Click on the “Add Address” button to select the Augur (REP) address. Make sure to select the correct one as completed withdrawal transactions can no longer be reversed, therefore, you could lose your money permanently if the wrong recipient is chosen.
After typing in the address and password, click on the ‘Save’ icon to continue.
Go back to the ‘Withdraw Funds’ page and fill in the amount, add a comment when needed, then click on the ‘Send’ button to proceed.
Most Augur (REP) withdrawals from Gatecoin are processed instantly. If you’d like to view pending and previously processed transactions, go to ‘History’.
To withdraw Fiat money, go to the ‘Accounts’ tab and add an account if you have not yet registered a bank account on Gatecoin. Enter all the essential information correctly like your bank code and ensure that this information is exactly the same as the bank statement. Otherwise, the transaction request will be rejected or you could lose your money if you supply incorrect information.
After adding the bank account, go to “Withdraw Funds” and select the fiat currency in which you would like to withdraw funds. Then, double check your request summary and press “Send” to continue.
Withdrawal transaction can take up to two to three business days. If you’d like to view pending and previously processed transactions, go to ‘History’.
With Kraken, you can deposit cryptocurrencies like Augur (REP) as well as Fiat money, but first, make sure you have completed the account “Verification” process and have activated 2FA.
Here are the steps on how to deposit Augur (REP) on your registered and confirmed Kraken account:
Click here to open the exchange site and click on “Log in.”
Click on “Log in” and enter your registered email address and password. You also need to verify Two-factor Authentication, then click on “Log in.”
Once you’re logged in, click on “Funding” to start depositing.
To deposit Augur (REP), click on “Deposit” and select your preferred Augur (REP). Make sure that the Augur (REP) deposit you opted to make meets the minimum deposit requirements. Also, double-check that you are sending the correct Augur (REP) to the address as transactions sent to the wrong address may not be recoverable.
For an initial deposit, you will have to generate a new deposit address. Click the ‘Generate New Address’ button to do so.
After adding a deposit address, copy and paste the address and the generated ‘destination tag’ or ‘memo’ if required into the wallet from which the funds will be sent.
To deposit Fiat money, select your currency under “Deposit” and select your deposit method from the drop-down menu.
Copy the deposit wire details and supply the needed information required by the system, depending on what method you have selected. Double check your information, then confirm the deposit transaction.
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