Ultimate guide on how to transfer
Bitcoin Cash from Indacoin to OKCoin
  • Step by step overview on how to withdraw Bitcoin Cash from Indacoin

    The withdrawal process for Indacoin is only possible for Bitcoin Cash transaction as Fiat money withdrawal via external wallet is not yet available.

    Here are the steps on how to withdraw Bitcoin Cash from Indacoin:

    To log in, open the Indacoin site and click on “Products” then “Trading Platform.”

    Type in your registered email address, password, and the captcha provided by the system. Click on “Sign in” to continue.

    After logging in, click on “Send/Request.” Please take note that Indacoin uses the term “Send” for withdrawal.

    Select your Bitcoin Cash from the drop-down menu and type in your desired amount. Next, enter the wallet address. It is very important to double check the address that you are pasting to avoid processing invalid withdrawal transaction or losing your funds. Click on “Send” to continue.

    Recent and previous transactions can be viewed under “Account History.”

    Perfect! You have successfully withdrawn Bitcoin Cash from your Indacoin account.

    Step by step overview on how to deposit Bitcoin Cash on OKCoin

    With OKCoin, you can deposit cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin Cash as well as Fiat money.

    Here are the steps on how to deposit funds on your registered and confirmed OKCoin account:

    1. Deposit Bitcoin Cash on OKCoin
    2. Deposit Fiat money on OKCoin

    Click here to open the exchange site.

    You have three options when logging in. As shown on the image below, you can log in using your linked phone number, registered email address, and sub-account.

    In this example, we are logging in using the email address and password I’ve filed for OKCoin.

    Once logged in, you will see the “My Wallet” page where you can see available tokens. To deposit, click on “Token Deposit” from your selected Bitcoin Cash or currency.

    1. Deposit Bitcoin Cash on your OKCoin account

    For Bitcoin Cash deposit, select your Bitcoin Cash under “Token Deposit”. We are using Bitcoin in this example.

    Copy the current deposit address or select your wallet address by clicking on “Address history.” It is a must to copy the correct address before submitting the transaction. Otherwise, you may lose control of your Bitcoin Cash as it can no longer be reverted.

    You can check your balance by clicking on the “Balance” menu available on the right side of the page.

    Excellent! You have deposited Bitcoin Cash on your OKCoin account.


    2. Deposit Fiat money on your OKCoin account

    For Fiat money deposit, select your currency under “Token Deposit”. We are using USD in this example.

    Choose your bank of deposit and enter your desired amount (as per latest update, the minimum is USD100; maximum depends on your KYC level). Read OKCoin’s terms of service and check the box, then click on “Submit.” After submission, you will be redirected to the deposit confirmation page which shows the details of the beneficiary bank.

    Make sure to complete the deposit within 72 hours, or the request will be canceled. It is a must to enter all the required information of the beneficiary bank as instructed in order not to lose your money.

    Note: KYC level 2 is required for USD deposit as shown on the image below.

    Fantastic! You have deposited Fiat money on your OKCoin account.
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