Withdrawing Bitcoin from your Binance account is very straight-forward. After making sure that your Binance account is safe to use and is fully verified, you can proceed with performing deposit and withdrawal transactions.
Here, you will find steps that you can follow in withdrawing Bitcoin from your Binance account.
Click this to access the platform.
Once the site is up, log-in with your registered account.
Keep in mind that Binance does not support any fiat currency (USD, JPY, etc.) transactions.
Click on “Funds” at the top-right area of the website.
Select your Bitcoin. You can directly type it in the box so you don’t have to go through the entire list. We are using BTC in this example.
Input the address and amount. Make sure you are putting the correct address as transactions can no longer be reverted. If your funds are transferred to the incorrect address, you could lose your money.
Click on “Submit.”
The system will now send a confirmation message to your Binance registered email address. Open the “Withdraw Request Confirmation” email and make sure it is your expected transaction, and then click “Confirm Withdraw” when you would like to continue with withdrawing.
To check pending and all transactions, go to “History.”
With BCEX, you can deposit cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, but first, make sure you have completed the account “Verification” process and have activated 2FA.
Here are the steps on how to deposit Bitcoin on your registered and confirmed BCEX account:
Click here to open the exchange site and click on “Log in.”
It’s time to add money to your newly created and verified BCEX account. You can deposit currencies like Bitcoin.
Click on “Account” and type in your desired Bitcoin. You can also manually scan the currency list, then click on “Deposit.”
You will be given a wallet address. This is the address that you need to use in processing your Bitcoin deposit. You have the option to scan the QR code to generate a new one. Make sure that the correct address is used in processing your transaction to avoid losing your funds.
Go to “Deposit record” to view your transactions.
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