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.
In this article, we are going to teach you how to deposit both Fiat money and Bitcoin deposits on xBTCe.
Here are the practical steps in processing these transactions:
Go to https://my.xbtce.com/
Log into your account using the email and password you registered.
Next, select “Add Funds.”
On the “Add Funds” section, select your preferred platform in adding funds. You can choose between Bank cards, Bank systems, Electronic payments, and Prepaid cards.
In this example, we are using Wire Transfer from the Bank Systems option. Fill in the deposit form and choose the account into which the funds will be credited, the currency wallet and the bank country. Next, enter the amount you want to deposit and the currency. Available currencies are EUR, AUD, CAD, CHF, GBP, USD, and JPY. Once done, click “Next.”
A generated invoice will be provided, which contains your name, your account number, Beneficiary’s name, Beneficiary’s address, Beneficiary’s account, Beneficiary’s bank, the bank address and its SWIFT code.
You can download and print the invoice, which can be found in the Generated wire transfer invoices form. If you have requested an invoice but are not going to pay it, please delete it from the list. Use the invoice details to make a payment at a bank branch or via the Internet banking service.
You can check the status of the transactions you just made on the “History of Accounts” that is found in your account number located at the left of My xBTCe. For rejected transactions, click “Details” to find out the reason for the rejection, or contact xBTCe customer service ([email protected]) for more information. You can also cancel the pending transactions by clicking “Cancel” in the History tab of the Account Operations page.
On the “Add Funds” section, select “Crypto Payments.” Cryptocurrencies available are Bitcoin, Litecoin, Namecoin, Dash, Emercoin, Peercoin, Ethereum, Tether and Bitcoin Cash.
In this example, we are going to use Bitcoin. Select the currency wallet where the deposit will be transferred, and then click “Next.”
Log into your Bitcoin wallet and enter the BTC address generated in My xBTCe. The funds will be transferred to your xBTCe account as soon as your transaction received a sufficient number of confirmations (at least 3) on the Bitcoin network.
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