Ultimate guide on how to transfer
Bitcoin from xBTCe to HADAX

Step by step guide on how to withdraw Bitcoin from your xBTCe account

xBTCe allows both Fiat money and cryptocurrency transactions.

Here are the steps on how to withdraw funds from your xBTCe account:

  1. Withdrawing Fiat money from xBTCe
  2. Withdrawing Bitcoin from xBTCe

Go to https://my.xbtce.com/

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

How to login on xBTCe

Next, select “Withdraw funds.”

1. Withdraw Fiat money on xBTCe

You can withdraw or transfer funds to another account only if your xBTCe eWallet is verified.

Let’s say, you want to withdraw via Visa/Master Card. From the “Withdraw funds” page, select “Visa/Master Card.” You can only withdraw funds to your VISA or MasterCard (including EuroCard) after you have deposited via a credit-debit card or wire transfer. Take note that the name on the card must be the same as the one that was used for your eWallet registration. Currently, the currencies allowed are EUR, USD, and RUB.

Next is to fill in the withdrawal form. Enter the amount, select the currency wallet, select the issuing country, enter your card number and select the state of card issuing bank and expiration date. Enter the cardholder’s name and select the currency. Then, tick the checkbox “Allow refund” in case of a refund. Finally, enter the PIN code for your eWallet.

How to withdraw Fiat money on xBTCe

After this, you will receive a confirmation message in your email. Click the link sent to you by xBTCe to confirm the withdrawal.  At this point, the withdrawal request will be submitted for review. After the Finance department approves your withdrawal, the requested funds will be sent to your Visa/Master Card.

Fantastic! You have successfully withdrawn Fiat money from your xBTCe account.

 

2. Withdraw Bitcoin from your xBTCe account

Go to “Withdraw funds” and select Bitcoin in the main menu.

Fill in the form by entering the withdrawal amount, your Bitcoin address to which the funds will be credited (or select a template that will appear when you enter the address), and eWallet PIN code. Withdrawal templates allow you to save the Bitcoin address for future use.

Once done, click “Withdraw.” In this example, we are using BTC.

Congratulations! You have successfully withdrawn Bitcoin from your xBTCe account.

Step by step overview on how to deposit Bitcoin on HADAX

Adding funds into your HADAX account can be done by depositing cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. After making sure that your HADAX account is safe to use and is fully verified, you can proceed with performing deposit transactions.

Here, you will find steps that you can follow in funding your HADAX account.

Click this to access the platform.

Once the site is up, log-in with your registered account.

After logging in, go to “Balances” and select the currency you want to deposit.  Click on “Deposit.”

You will then be able to see your Bitcoin address. Please make sure that you only send the same type of digital assets to this address. This means you can only send Bitcoin into your Bitcoin address and not other digital assets. If you deposit different digital assets to the address, you will lose the digital asset permanently.

The process normally takes 10-60 minutes. To view your pending and previous transactions, click on “History.”

Way to go! You have successfully funded Bitcoin on your HADAX account. 

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