Making withdrawals from your funded OEX account is simple. You can withdraw crypto Bitcoin Cash, depending on what you have saved.
Let’s check these steps to help you withdraw Bitcoin Cash from your OEX account:
Click here to open the exchange site and click on “Sign in.”
Go to “Finance.”
Click on “Withdraw” under “Financial” and select your Bitcoin Cash and your wallet address. You can also generate a new address when necessary. Type in your desired amount, password, and authentication code. Make sure you are using the correct address when processing your withdrawal transaction to avoid losing funds.
Click on “Submit order” to continue.
Scroll down the withdrawal page to view your transaction record.
With OOBTC, you can deposit cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin Cash, but first, make sure you have completed the account “Verification” process and have activated 2FA.
Here are the steps on how to deposit Bitcoin Cash on your registered and confirmed Dragonex account:
Click here to open the exchange site. Type in your login information and click on the “Log in” button.
To fund Bitcoin Cash on your newly registered and secured OOBTC account, go to “Wallets.” This should take you to the “My Wallet” page where you’d get to select your Bitcoin Cash from the list. Once you’ve selected your Bitcoin Cash, click on “Deposit” in line with it.
The system will generate a deposit address where you need to copy and save. Make sure that you are using this address when processing your deposit transaction to avoid losing money.
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