After a couple of trading activities, you may now go ahead and make your first Endor Protocol (EDR) withdrawal. It is always a requirement to completely verify your DigiFinex account after registering.
To help you achieve your first Endor Protocol (EDR) withdrawal, we have prepared this guide for you to follow.
Access first the DigiFinex website here.
Log into your account using the email and password you’ve registered.
After logging in, click on “Withdraw.” The screen will prompt you to activate Two-Factor Authentication first prior to making withdrawal transaction if you haven’t activated it yet after verifying your account. It’s an added security and it must be followed.
To continue processing your Endor Protocol (EDR) withdrawal, you need to select first your desired Endor Protocol (EDR) under “Token” and add your wallet address by clicking on “Add a new Address.” Make sure that you are adding the correct address to avoid losing funds.
BitForex is one of the world’s leading exchange platforms that offers crypto-to-crypto transactions.
Below are the steps to guide you in depositing funds to your account:
Go to https://www.bitforex.com/ and log into your account.
Go to “My Assets” and click “Deposit.”
Select the currency you want to transfer funds to from the “Please choose a Token” drop-down box.
Next, copy the deposit address and paste it into your wallet. Always make sure to copy the correct address for completed transactions cannot be undone.
Check your deposit history at the bottom of the page.
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