In Bibox, only cryptocurrencies are allowed (no Fiat money).
We are going to teach you how to withdraw Bitcoin Cash from your Bibox account and here are the steps:
Open the Bibox website – https://www.bibox.com
Log into your account by entering the email and password you registered.
Go to “Assets” located at the top bar beside your profile.
From the Assets page, go to the “Withdraw” section. Select your Bitcoin Cash and enter the required details such as the amount and the withdrawal address. Pay attention to the wallet address that you’re copying as processed Bitcoin Cash withdrawals can no longer be reverted. If you transact with the wrong one, you will lose your money permanently. Click the Withdraw Bitcoin Cash button to continue.
To check on the status of the withdrawal transaction that you just made, go to the “Withdrawal” section.
Fisco is a professional group that provides superb investment support services including a cryptocurrency exchange. It offers both Fiat money and crypto-to-crypto transactions.
Here’s a guide on how to deposit Bitcoin Cash to your account on Fisco:
Go to https://fcce.jp/ and click “Log in.”
Go to “Account” located at the main menu bar at the top of the page.
From the Accounts page, go to the Deposits and Withdrawals section.
You can deposit fiat money via clicking on the “Japanese Yen withdrawal and deposit” button.
For Bitcoin Cash, select from the cryptocurrencies offered under the Deposits and Withdrawals sections.
If you fancy Bitcoin, click “BTC deposits and withdrawals.”
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