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.
Enter the security password you used when you signed up then click “Confirm.”
After logging in, click on the “Wallet” button located at the top bar and select “Withdrawal.”
On the Withdrawal section, select the Bitcoin or currency you want to withdraw.
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.
Also, type in the cell phone verification code for authentication purposes, and then click “Withdrawal Request.”
Check the transaction history at the bottom of the page where it says “History” or by clicking on the “Pending Order” and “Completed Orders.”
Fantastic! You have just withdrawn Bitcoin from your Bithumb account.
Adding funds into your KuCoin account can be done by depositing cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. After making sure that your KuCoin account is safe to use and is fully verified, you can proceed with performing deposit transactions.
Here, you will find steps that you can follow in funding your KuCoin account.
Click this to access the platform.
Once the site is up, log-in with your registered account.
Use the email address and password you’ve registered for KuCoin and click on “Log in.”
After logging in, you will be routed automatically to the “Assets” page.
Inside the “Assets” page, select your Bitcoin or if it’s more convenient for you, type in your Bitcoin on the Search bar. Click on “Deposit” in line with your selected Bitcoin or directly click on the “Deposit” menu at the left side of the screen. We are using BTC in this example.
Copy your Bitcoin address or scan the barcode. Read the “Tips” prior to submitting your deposit. It is highly recommended to double check your wallet address before completing each deposit transaction to avoid losing money.
“Deposit history” is readily available should you want to check your pending and or all processed deposits.
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