Withdrawing Ethereum Classic (ETC) from your Binance account is very straight-forward. After making sure that your Binance account is safe to use and is fully verified, you can proceed with performing deposit and withdrawal transactions.
Here, you will find steps that you can follow in withdrawing Ethereum Classic (ETC) from your Binance account.
Click this to access the platform.
Once the site is up, log-in with your registered account.
Keep in mind that Binance does not support any fiat currency (USD, JPY, etc.) transactions.
Click on “Funds” at the top-right area of the website.
Select your Ethereum Classic (ETC). You can directly type it in the box so you don’t have to go through the entire list. We are using BTC in this example.
Input the address and amount. Make sure you are putting the correct address as transactions can no longer be reverted. If your funds are transferred to the incorrect address, you could lose your money.
Click on “Submit.”
The system will now send a confirmation message to your Binance registered email address. Open the “Withdraw Request Confirmation” email and make sure it is your expected transaction, and then click “Confirm Withdraw” when you would like to continue with withdrawing.
To check pending and all transactions, go to “History.”
At Bitfinex, any registered user can make a deposit either through cryptocurrencies like Ethereum Classic (ETC) or Fiat money. However, it is mandatory to have a verified account if you intend to process a Fiat money deposit. Just like other exchanges, the funding process for this platform is very understandable.
This guide will help any individual make his/her first deposit on Bitfinex a success.
Click this link to access the exchange site.
Log-in using your registered account. Make sure to copy the Captcha text.
Get the 6-digit code from the authenticator app if you have enabled 2FA on your Bitfinex account. Click the ‘Authenticate’ box after entering the 2FA code.
After logging in click the Deposit tab on the top of the page.
Depositing Ethereum Classic (ETC) does not require a verified account. So while waiting for the verification request approval, you can process cryptocurrency deposit first.
From the Deposit section, locate the Cryptocurrencies panel and choose which currency you want to fund.
Read the guidelines on the screen especially regarding the fees before proceeding.
After grasping all information check all the boxes and hit the ‘ I understand. Continue.’ button.
Bitfinex offers three types of wallet addresses. The most commonly used is the Exchange Wallet which users can use for buying & selling supported tokens. The other two are Margin Wallet (trading on margin) and Funding Wallet (provides finance for other margin traders).
Select which wallet address you want to fund and click on ‘Click to generate address’ button. Additionally, tick on the icon just beside ‘Click to generate address’ to copy the address to the clipboard. This action will make sure that you’re copying the correct one.
To complete this step, you have to enter the Bitfinex address to the external wallet from which you intend to access and send the funds. There is a minimum of 20 confirmations (approximately 5+ minutes) before the funds get credited to your Bitfinex account.
If your account verification request already gets approval, you may also deposit Fiat money to it. From the deposit section, locate ‘Bank Wire’ and choose the currency you wish to fund from the list.
Follow the instructions on the page such as providing the bank details from which the funds will be coming from and other necessary information needed to complete the process. Always see to it that everything you enter is accurate and updated to avoid errors and delays. You will get a notification once the funds get credited to your Bitfinex account.
You can check your deposit transaction on the Deposit section under Recent Deposits.
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