In Bibox, only cryptocurrencies are allowed (no Fiat money).
We are going to teach you how to withdraw Ethereum Classic (ETC) from your Bibox account and here are the steps:
Open the Bibox website – https://www.bibox.com
Log into your account by entering the email and password you registered.
Go to “Funds” located at the top bar beside your profile.
From the Funds page, go to “Funds Details.” Select your Ethereum Classic (ETC) and click on the “Withdrawal” button at the right side of it.
Type in the withdrawal address for the receiving address, and then enter the amount you wish to withdraw. Pay attention to the wallet address that you’re copying as processed Ethereum Classic (ETC) withdrawals can no longer be reverted. If you transact with the wrong one, you will lose your money permanently.
Next, click on “Submit” to proceed with the withdrawal.
To check on the status of the withdrawal transaction that you just made, go to “Withdrawals History.”
Unlike other exchanges, BitMEX only accepts Bitcoin deposits. You have the option to exchange your local currency into Bitcoin at any known exchanges like Bitstamp, Coinbase, and OKCoin. There is no deposit fee on BitMEX.
To help you process your first deposit on BitMEX, we have compiled helpful steps that are easy to follow.
To start, go to the BitMEX log-in page by clicking this link.
On the log-in screen, enter your registered email address, password and two-factor authentication code if 2FA is active on your BitMEX account. Click the login button to continue.
Go to your ‘Account’ page by clicking the Account tab.
Click the ‘Deposit’ button to proceed to the next page.
Here, you will see your personal Multisignature Bitcoin Deposit Address. You can send your deposit either by copying the address or by scanning the QR code. As previously mentioned BitMEX only allows Bitcoin deposits. So deposits of any unsupported coins will be invalid. Crediting of your deposit will happen after receiving one confirmation from the Bitcoin network.
To check your deposit activity, you can go to your Account page and look for the Transaction History section.
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