Ultimate guide on how to transfer
Bitcoin from Bithumb to DSX

Step by step guide on how to withdraw Bitcoin from your Bithumb account

Bithumb only allows Fiat money (KRW) withdrawals to Korean residents. Other users have the option to withdraw cryptocurrency like Bitcoin and here the easy steps to follow:

Go to https://www.bithumb.com  and click on “Sign In.”

Enter the email and password you registered.

How to log in on Bithumb

Enter the security password you used when you signed up then click “Confirm.”

How to Log in on Bithumb

After logging in, click on the “Wallet” button located at the top bar and select “Withdrawal.”

How to withdraw funds from Bithumb

On the Withdrawal section, select the Bitcoin or currency you want to withdraw.

How to Withdraw from Bithumb

Next, enter the amount you wish to withdraw, together with the bank name, bank account, account number, account holder’s name. Always double check your information before submitting withdrawal transactions as it can no longer be reverted and could cause you to lose funds.

How to Withdraw funds from Bithumb

Also, type in the cell phone verification code for authentication purposes, and then click “Withdrawal Request.”

How to withdraw on Bithumb

Check the transaction history at the bottom of the page where it says “History” or by clicking on the “Pending Order” and “Completed Orders.”

How to check transaction History on BithumbFantastic! You have just withdrawn Bitcoin from your Bithumb account. 

Step by step overview on how to deposit Bitcoin on DSX

You can acquire funds in your DSX account through digital currencies like Bitcoin or Fiat money. If you prefer to add funds through Bank transfer, you are required to finish the “Know Your Customer” or “KYC” process. If you have a verified ePayments account, you can link it and deposit directly.

Here you will find steps that can help you make your first Bitcoin deposit on DSX.

  1. Deposit Bitcoin on DSX
  2. Deposit Fiat money on DSX

First off, access the log-in page of the exchange.

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After logging in, select the “Add funds” option. This is where you can see all your DSX cryptocurrency wallets.

1. Deposit Bitcoin on your DSX account

If you wish to deposit cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin on your DSX account, select your desired Bitcoin. After making your selection, you will be given a “deposit address” which you need to copy using the “Copy button” or press the “Info button” and scan the QR code.  You will receive an email notification when the Bitcoin deposit is processed and funds are available on your DSX account.

Incoming cryptocurrency transaction will be finally processed by DSX only after the exact count of network confirmations. Confirmations count depends on cryptocurrency.

For your reference, these are the supported cryptocurrencies:

Bitcoin (BTC) – 3 confirmations (apx. 30 minutes, sometimes longer)
Bitcoin Cash (BCC) – 6 confirmations (apx. 1 hour, sometimes longer)
Bitcoin Gold (BTG) – 6 confirmations (apx. 1 hour, sometimes longer)
Litecoin (LTC) – 6 confirmations (apx. 15 – 20 minutes, sometimes longer)
Ethereum (ETH) – 25 confirmations (apx. 5 – 10 minutes, sometimes longer)

Perfect! You have deposited Bitcoin on your DSX account. 

 

2. Deposit Fiat money on your DSX account

For you to upload Fiat money to your DSX account through Bank transfer, you need to complete your KYC process as described above OR if you have a verified ePayments* account, you can link it and then deposit instantly.

*ePayments is an international payment provider that makes it easy to send money transfers across borders almost instantly.

From the dashboard, follow the instructions on how to upload funds to a bank account after passing KYC. If you’ve not passed KYC and/or need a faster option and you have an ePayments account, you can quickly link it (after clicking the “Add funds” button)

Upload funds on DSX using ePaymentsAwesome! Fiat money has been deposited on your DSX account.

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