Gate.io is a blockchain asset trading platform that offers crypto-to-crypto transactions with low withdrawal fee, cold storage wallet, and low trading fee.
Below is a guide we have prepared to help you in withdrawing ChainLink (LINK) from your account on gate.io:
Go to https://www.gate.io/ and click “Login.”
Enter the username or email and password you register and click “Log in.”
Next, from the dashboard, go to the small box on the right side of the page and click “Withdraw” or you can go to “Wallets.”
Now that you are on the “Wallets” page, look for the currency you want to withdraw funds from and click “Withdraw.”
Fill out the Withdrawal form together with the amount you wish to withdraw and once done, click “Submit request.”
You can check the withdrawal transaction you made by clicking the “Recent Withdrawal” button at the left side of the same page under the “Deposit/Withdrawal” tab.
You can acquire funds in your BitBay account through digital currencies like ChainLink (LINK) orFiat money. The procedure for putting money on this platform is very understandable. Also, verification is not necessary when making a cryptocurrency deposit. However, if you intend to deposit using Fiat money, it is mandatory to have a verified account.
Here you will find steps that can help you make your first ChainLink (LINK) deposit on BitBay.
First off, access the log-in page of the exchange.
Once the log-in page is up, enter your registered email address or username and hit Log In.
Also, type in your chosen password and click Log In.
Retrieve the 6-digit code from the Authenticator app if you have enabled 2FA in your BitBay account.
After signing in go to the ‘Wallets’ section to start your deposit.
As mentioned, ChainLink (LINK) deposits do not require account verification. To initiate this process select the cryptocurrency that you wish to deposit from the left panel and click the ‘Acceptance’ box that appears on the right side. Always remember that the address is only intended for the chosen cryptocurrency.
Scan the QR code that is on the screen with the wallet address to where the funds will be coming from or enter the Deposit address. You can also generate a new address if you want. Just click ‘Generate address’ found at the bottom. The transfer is automatic, and funds will become available in your account after receiving the right amount of confirmations from the network.
For Fiat money deposits BitBay can accept USD, PLN, and EUR. In this step account verification is necessary.
To start, select the currency of your deposit from the left panel. In this example, we are using USD.
Click ‘Wire bank transfer’ on the right section of the page.
The account details of where you will make your Fiat deposit will show up on the screen. Make sure to copy the transfer description or account details as indicated by the system. Transfers are recorded three times a day during business days.
You can also make an express deposit at any Polish Post Office. The maximum amount of deposit you can make is 50 000 PLN, but not less than 10 PLN. The number of deposits is unlimited and only verified users could take advantage of this option.
From the options, select ‘deposit at the Polish Post Office’ or the first option beside Bank transfer.
Enter the amount of your deposit and click the ‘Deposit’ button.
Print the ‘Payment order’ and show this to the post office together with your payment. The funds will appear in your account in a maximum of 10-15 minutes.
You can view your deposits by clicking History and going to the ‘Deposits/Withdrawals’ section.
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