Making withdrawals from your funded Dragonex account is simple as long as you have completed the ID Verification process.
Let’s check these steps to help you withdraw Dogecoin (DOGE) from your Dragonex account:
Click here to open the exchange site. Type in your login information and click on the “Log in” button.
To withdraw Dogecoin (DOGE) from your secured Dragonex account, go to “My Assets” and select on “Account Assets” where you’ll be able to see different cryptocurrencies. Select your Dogecoin (DOGE) and hit on “Withdraw.”
Enter your wallet address and click on “Confirm Add.” Make sure you are using the correct one to avoid losing funds.
You are also required to enter your amount, password, and SMS code. Click on “Apply to Withdraw.”
You can view your pending and previous withdrawal transaction under “Withdrawal History.”
CoinEgg is user-friendly exchange platform that offers crypto-to-crypto transactions.
Here are guided steps on how to deposit funds to your account on CoinEgg:
Go to https://www.coinegg.com/ and log into your account with the email and password you registered.
To deposit funds, go to the Balance box just below your account details. Click on “Deposit.”
In this example, we are going to use Bitcoin. However, if you prefer to invest in another cryptocurrency like Dogecoin (DOGE), just click on the drop-down arrow and select from the list.
Next, copy the wallet address in the box. Make sure you are copying the correct address for wrong transactions can no longer be reversed.
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