BTCTrade.im is a crypto-to-crypto exchange platform from China where users can trade Dogecoin (DOGE)s like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple and other digital assets.
Below are guided steps how to withdraw Dogecoin (DOGE) from your BTCTrade.im account:
Go to https://www.btctrade.im/ and click “Sign In.”
Before processing any withdrawal transaction, your account must authenticate first. To do this, go to “Security” and select “Identity Verification.”
Fill out the Authentication form and attach your passport copy. After, click the “confirmation” button.
Go to “Finance” and click “Withdrawal,” or you can also click the “Withdrawal” button located at the account details box on the dashboard for a shortcut.
Next, select the cryptocurrency you wish to withdraw funds from and continue with the process.
Bibox only accepts cryptocurrency deposits and can only process crypto-to-crypto tradings.
Below are the practical steps on how to deposit Dogecoin (DOGE) on Bibox.
Visit Bibox official website: https://www.bibox.com
Log in using the email and password you registered.
Once you’re in, go to “Assets” and then to the Deposit tab. Select the token/coin that you want to deposit from the dropdown. You can use either your wallet or other platforms to transfer/deposit by copying the address provided. Please make sure you are depositing the correct Dogecoin (DOGE) and copying the right address, a wrong deposit cannot be refunded.
After that, you can check the deposit status at the “Deposit History” page.
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