Making withdrawals from your funded Gatecoin account is simple. You can withdraw crypto Bitcoin or Fiat money, depending on what you have saved.
Let’s check these steps to help you withdraw funds from your Gatecoin account:
Click here to open the exchange site.
Log in using the email address and password you’ve filed for Gatecoin.
Once you’re logged in, you can see different menus on the left side of the page. Click on ‘Withdraw’ which is the sixth option from the top.
For Bitcoin withdrawals, go to ‘Withdraw Funds’ and click on your Bitcoin. In this example, we are using BTC.
Next, add your wallet address by clicking on the plus sign next to”Account.”
Click on the “Add Address” button to select the Bitcoin address. Make sure to select the correct one as completed withdrawal transactions can no longer be reversed, therefore, you could lose your money permanently if the wrong recipient is chosen.
After typing in the address and password, click on the ‘Save’ icon to continue.
Go back to the ‘Withdraw Funds’ page and fill in the amount, add a comment when needed, then click on the ‘Send’ button to proceed.
Most Bitcoin withdrawals from Gatecoin are processed instantly. If you’d like to view pending and previously processed transactions, go to ‘History’.
To withdraw Fiat money, go to the ‘Accounts’ tab and add an account if you have not yet registered a bank account on Gatecoin. Enter all the essential information correctly like your bank code and ensure that this information is exactly the same as the bank statement. Otherwise, the transaction request will be rejected or you could lose your money if you supply incorrect information.
After adding the bank account, go to “Withdraw Funds” and select the fiat currency in which you would like to withdraw funds. Then, double check your request summary and press “Send” to continue.
Withdrawal transaction can take up to two to three business days. If you’d like to view pending and previously processed transactions, go to ‘History’.
GDAX or Coinbase Pro offers straightforward steps in depositing Bitcoin or Fiat money. To gain access to all available features on GDAX, you need to completely verify your account.
We prepared this guide to help you with your first Bitcoin deposit on GDAX.
Access the GDAX website by clicking this link. The link is now showing as Coinbase Pro.
Once you’re logged in, type in your registered email address and password.
After logging in, proceed at the upper-left side corner of the page and select your currency, then click on “Deposit.”
To deposit Bitcoin on your GDAX account, select your Bitcoin from the drop-down menu under “Select currency.”
Once you’ve selected your Bitcoin, copy the deposit address or scan the QR code to generate a new one. Note that you can only send Bitcoin to this address.
Another option available is for you to deposit Bitcoin through Coinbase wallet. Click on “Coinbase Bitcoin Wallet” and fill out the form with the deposit address and amount. Make sure that you are supplying the correct address to avoid losing funds. Click on “Deposit Bitcoin” to continue.
Fiat money deposit is also available on GDAX. Select your currency from the drop-down menu under “Select currency.”
For Fiat money, you have three options to select from. You can deposit through Wire Transfer, Coinbase USD Wallet, or Bank Account. After selecting your method of depositing, fill out the form with the information required by the system. Make sure your information is accurate when filling out the form to avoid delays or losing funds. Click on “Deposit” to proceed.
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