Ultimate guide on how to transfer
Bitcoin from Coinsuper to SouthXchange

Step by step overview on how to withdraw Bitcoin from Coinsuper

Transactions and currency withdrawals are allowed only after identity authentication is completed and approved on Coinsuper.

Let us go ahead and help you withdraw Bitcoin from your Coinsuper account.

  1. Withdraw Bitcoin from Coinsuper
  2. Withdraw Fiat money from Coinsuper

First off, access the log-in page of the exchange and enter your registered username and password. Click on “Login” to continue.

After logging in, click on “Account” and select on “My Balance” where cryptocurrencies and Fiat money currencies are listed. To start processing withdrawals, select your currency and click on the “Withdraw” box.

1. Withdraw Bitcoin from your Coinsuper account

To withdraw Bitcoin from your Coinsuper account, you need to select first your Bitcoin from the list which is under “Crypto.” Once you’ve selected your Bitcoin, click on the “Withdraw” box.

Type in your withdrawal information and enter the withdrawal address. Make sure you are using the correct address to avoid losing your money forever as processed transactions can no longer be reverted.

Select “Confirm withdrawal”.  Your information will be reviewed and once the review is completed, the Bitcoin will be deposited to your registered external wallet address. The time of arrival varies according to the network processing speed.

Perfect! You have successfully processed Bitcoin withdrawal from your Coinsuper account. 

 

2. Withdraw Fiat money from your Coinsuper account

To withdraw Fiat money from your Coinsuper account, click on the “Withdraw” button under “Fiat.” Fill in the withdrawal information as required by the system. Select “Apply.” The submitted withdrawal application will then be reviewed. Once the review is completed, the Fiat will be deposited to your account. The time of arrival varies according to the bank’s operating hours and schedule.

Fantastic! You have successfully processed Fiat money withdrawal from your Coinsuper account. 

Step by step guide on how to deposit Bitcoin on your SouthXchange account

SouthXchange has announced last May 1, 2018, that they will no longer support the depositing of Fiat money. USD is now being replaced by TUSD (TrueUSD), a cryptocurrency pegged 1:1 to the US Dollar. For more information, click here. All deposit transactions are now through cryptocurrencies.

Below are the steps on how to deposit Bitcoin on your SouthXchange account:

Click here to open SouthXchange.

To log in, use the email and password you used when you registered.

How to login on SouthXchange

After logging in, click on the “Wallets” button at the top bar.

How to deposit Bitcoin on SouthXchange

On the “Wallets” page, type in your selected Bitcoin on the search box. In this example, we are going to use Bitcoin.

You can also click on the heart symbol beside each currency so it will be added on your “favorites” tab, which is the blue ribbon at the top of the page.

How to deposit Bitcoin on SouthXchange

Select the “Deposit” button and check out the minimum deposit in box 2(image below).

The deposit address is found in box 3. You can either copy it or scan the QR code below the address and type in the numbers under the code. Send the transaction to continue the process.

Make sure to copy the right address. Check the first two symbols and last two symbols before proceeding. You may lose control over your funds otherwise.

How to deposit Bitcoin on SouthXchange

You can find the transaction history at the “Orders” button at the top bar, or by clicking on “Transactions” beside “Withdrawal.”

Where to find transaction history on SouthXchangeThere you have it! You have deposited Bitcoin on your SouthXchange account.

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