Processing withdrawals from your funded WEX account are easy. You can withdraw Bitcoin or Fiat money, depending on what you have deposited.
Let’s go through the step by step process to help you withdraw funds from your WEX account:
Click here to open the exchange site.
Log in using the email address and password you’ve registered for WEX.
After logging in, select on “Finances” to view your funds.
For Bitcoin withdrawal, select your Bitcoin under “Funds” and click on the “Withdraw” box. In this example, we are using Bitcoin.
Enter the wallet address and make sure you are submitting correct one. Sending your money to the wrong Bitcoin could cause you to lose your money permanently as the transaction can no longer be reverted. Click on “Withdrawal” to continue.
For Fiat money withdrawal, select your currency under “Funds” and click on the “Withdraw” box. In this example, we are using Bitcoin.
Select your payment method from the drop-down menu. Enter the amount and the receiver’s name. After submitting, your chosen purse will open. Make sure accurate information is submitted as completed withdrawal transactions can no longer be reverted. Hence, you could accumulate fees or lose your money permanently.
Putting funds into your GetBTC account can be done in two ways. You can use any cryptocurrencies that are supported by the platform or through Fiat money. Either way, the process is straightforward and easy to accomplish. Please note though that Fiat deposit requires you to open an account with Crypto Capital.
Need not to worry though, this guide has everything you need to start your deposit with GetBTC.
Let’s start by logging in to your account. Click this link.
Key in your email address & password, check the Captcha box and hit Login.
For 2FA-enabled accounts, a code is necessary to gain access to the platform. Copy and paste this 6-digit code from your authenticator app, then click Validate.
Once signed in, your account page will show on the screen. Scroll down a little and go to the ‘Deposit’ tab to initiate your deposit.
Here, you will see the section to where you can deposit Bitcoin on GetBTC. Select the cryptocurrency that you want to use from the ‘Account for crediting’ drop-down list and enter the amount. Lastly, go to the external wallet which is the source of funds and copy the address that you see on the Deposit screen of GetBTC. Alternatively, you can also scan the QR code. This action will send the funds you need to your GetBTC account.
If you wish to fund your GetBTC account with Fiat money, you first need to get an account with Crypto Capital. Opening an account allows convenient placement of funds in more than 30 different Fiat currencies in the world. Once you already have an account, you can go ahead and connect it to GetBTC. To add your Crypto Capital account from the Deposit page, select the Account for crediting, choose Crypto Capital as the Payment method and the Amount to be paid. Click the ‘Charge’ button to continue.
You can find more information about Crypto Capital through this link.
Hit the ‘Add Account’ button.
Provide your Crypto Capital account number, description and currency. Click Add Account to proceed.
After successfully adding your Crypto Capital account, go to the Deposit section again to complete this process.
Select the Account for crediting, Crypto Capital as the Payment Method, the Amount and your Crypto Capital account number. Complete your deposit by following the rest of the instructions on the screen.
You can see your deposit on the ‘Recent Deposits’ section of the Deposit page.
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