Fisco is a professional group that provides superb investment support services including a cryptocurrency exchange. It offers both Fiat money and crypto-to-crypto transactions.
Here’s a guide on how to withdraw Bitcoin from your account on Fisco:
Go to https://fcce.jp/ and click “Log in.”
Go to “Account” located at the main menu bar at the top of the page.
From the Accounts page, go to the Deposits and Withdrawals section.
You can withdraw fiat money via clicking on the “Japanese Yen withdrawal and deposit” button.
For Bitcoin, select from the cryptocurrencies offered under the Deposits and withdrawals sections.
If you fancy Bitcoin, click “BTC deposits and withdrawals.”
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.
After logging in, click on the “Wallets” button at the top bar.
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.
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.
You can find the transaction history at the “Orders” button at the top bar, or by clicking on “Transactions” beside “Withdrawal.”
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