Ultimate guide on how to transfer
Bitcoin from DigiFinex to Lykke

Step by step overview on how to withdraw Bitcoin from DigiFinex

After a couple of trading activities, you may now go ahead and make your first Bitcoin withdrawal. It is always a requirement to completely verify your DigiFinex account after registering.

To help you achieve your first Bitcoin withdrawal, we have prepared this guide for you to follow.

Access first the DigiFinex website here.

Log into your account using the email and password you’ve registered.

After logging in, click on “Withdraw.” The screen will prompt you to activate Two-Factor Authentication first prior to making withdrawal transaction if you haven’t activated it yet after verifying your account. It’s an added security and it must be followed.

To continue processing your Bitcoin withdrawal, you need to select first your desired Bitcoin under “Token” and add your wallet address by clicking on “Add a new Address.” Make sure that you are adding the correct address to avoid losing funds.

That’s it! You have successfully withdrawn Bitcoin from your DigiFinex account. 

Step by step overview on how to deposit Bitcoin on Lykke

With Lykke, you can deposit funds using a variety of cryptocurrencies as well as Fiat money.

Let’s follow these steps to help you deposit funds on your registered and verified Lykke account:

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

Click here to open the exchange site.

Note: Downloading Lykke on your mobile phone is highly recommended because the trading process for Lykke requires you to sign in and connect using your mobile device. You are unable to trade using your computer.

I downloaded Lykke Wallet through Android in this example.

To log in, click on “Sign in.”

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Type in the email address and password you’ve registered for Lykke Wallet.

Once you’re signed in, you will be routed to the Lykke Wallet homepage. To deposit, click on the blue plus sign on your selected currency or Bitcoin. You may also directly click on “Payments & Transfers.”

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1. Deposit Bitcoin on your Lykke account

For Bitcoin deposit, select “Blockchain Transfer” under “Deposit.”

The “Deposit” screen shows up with all available tokens and coins.  Select the one you would like to deposit by tapping on it. In this example, we select Bitcoin.

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After you tap on Bitcoin, the app will give you your wallet address. You can transfer your crypto assets to your trading wallet using wallet address and QR-code. It is a must to pay attention when you’re copying it as Bitcoin transaction cannot be reversed, and if you’re not careful, you will end up losing your money.

You can check your balance by going back to the “Home” icon.

Great job! You have deposited Bitcoin on your Lykke account.

 

2. Deposit Fiat money on your Lykke account

If you prefer to deposit using Fiat money, select “Swift” under “Deposit.”

Enter your preferred amount to deposit and click on the “Deposit” box.

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Fill out the “Payment details” form and double check the onscreen information before submitting. Once you sent it to the wrong account, it cannot be undone, and your money can be lost permanently. After submitting your data, you get redirected to the screen of the payment provider.

You can check your balance by going back to the “Home” icon.

Awesome! You have deposited Fiat money on your Lykke account.

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