After a couple of trading activities on Bitfinex, you may now go ahead and make your first Bitcoin withdrawal. Whether it’s a Fiat or cryptocurrency withdrawal, the process outlined by Bitfinex is straightforward, and anybody can do it even beginners. Take note though that only verified users can make a Fiat money withdrawal.
To help you achieve your first withdrawal, we have prepared this guide for you to follow.
To start, open the Bitfinex site through this link.
Log-in with the email address and password you used during registration, enter the Captcha text and click Log in.
For 2FA enabled account, enter the 6-digit code from the authenticator app and hit Authenticate.
Go to the ‘Withdraw’ section to start the activity.
From the Withdraw page select which cryptocurrency you would like to get the funds from under the ‘Cryptocurrencies’ panel.
Enter the receiving wallet address, the amount you want to send, the sending wallet and your Note if any. Tick the small boxes to confirm that you wish to add a note for this transaction and that you have understood all the terms and conditions. Click the ‘Request Withdrawal’ button to proceed. Also before sending the request, a ‘Receive Amount’ field will show which tells you the total amount you will receive less the Tx Fee. This action usually takes up to 12 hours to complete.
For you to withdraw Fiat money from your Bitfinex account, go to the ‘Withdraw’ section and select the currency you wish to take the funds from under Bank Wire. On the next page, fill in your wire information such as name, address and bank details.
If you choose ‘Standard Withdrawal’ the fee structure is 0.1% of the withdrawn amount with a minimum of $20.00 (processed within seven days). Whereas if it’s an ‘Express Withdrawal’ the fee is 1% and with a processing time of 24 hours or 1 business day.
You can check the withdrawal that you’ve just made from the ‘Withdraw’ page under the ‘Recent Withdrawals’ section.
Bitbank is a Japanese exchange where cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Fiat money are being offered. Please be advised that for Fiat money deposit, the only available currency is Japanese YEN.
Additionally, the website could be a challenge to navigate as it doesn’t have any option for an English translation, however, we were able to gather these steps to help you deposit Bitcoin on Bitbank. We advise that you pay attention to the icon beside each description to make sure you are making the right selection.
Click here to open the exchange site and click on “Login.”
After logging in, enter your email address and password. Click on “Login” to continue.
We are using Bitbank’s mobile version here. Click on the main menu at the upper-right hand portion of the page.
Click on the Fifth option from the top which is “Deposit.”
To deposit cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin on Bitbank, select on “deposit” next to your preferred Bitcoin.
Attach the wallet address or scan the QR code to generate a new one. Make sure the correct address is used in processing your deposit transaction to avoid losing funds.
Japanese YEN is the only available currency should you opt to fund Fiat money on Bitbank. Click on “deposit” next to the currency from the list.
The deposit number is your customer ID. Scroll down the page and check the “Name of client requiring payment” stated in the middle of the screen. Follow the instructions provided by the system and fill out the needed information required for you to continue depositing Japanese YEN on your account.
Note: The process of name transfer varies depending on the financial institution.
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