The same thing with deposits, only Bitcoin withdrawal is available at BitMEX. Additionally, the exchange does not charge any withdrawal fee, and it only takes a few minutes to complete the process. Anyone will surely have ease and comfort in making his first withdrawal at BitMEX.
To help you, especially beginners process a withdrawal on BitMEX, we have compiled easy-to-follow steps below.
Click this to open the log-in page.
Once you’re on the Log-in screen, key in your email, password and the 6-digit authentication code if you have an active 2FA on your BitMEX account. To continue, hit the Login button.
Start your withdrawal by clicking the Account tab at the top of the page.
You can either click the Withdraw button on the left panel or the one at the center.
Provide the receiving or destination address and make sure that you enter it correctly. Type in the amount that you’re going to withdraw, the Bitcoin Network fee, and the 2FA code. Review everything before confirming. If you agree and whenever you are ready you can go ahead and hit the ‘Submit’ button. BitMEX’s cutoff time for the withdrawal is 13:00 UTC. So if you want inclusion of your withdrawal activity in the day’s batch, be sure to process before that time.
To view your withdrawal transaction, you can go to your Account page and scroll down to the Transaction History.
You can also check your Withdrawal History from the Withdraw page.
Putting funds into your BitInka account can be done by either depositing through Ethereum Classic (ETC) or Fiat money. However, for Fiat deposits, BitInka requires that you verify your identity first. Otherwise, if it’s a Ethereum Classic (ETC) deposit, account verification is not necessary.
Here, you will find steps that you can follow in funding your BitInka account.
Click this to access the platform.
Once the site is up log-in with your registered account.
After logging in, you’ll be routed directly to the Wallet section.
To initiate a Ethereum Classic (ETC) deposit, click on the ‘Cryptocoins’ tab.
Choose the Ethereum Classic (ETC) that you wish to deposit from the list and hit on the ‘Deposit’ button that corresponds the Ethereum Classic (ETC).
The next screen will show your crypto-wallet public address. Enter the platform to which you’re going to acquire Ethereum Classic (ETC) and either scan the QR code or enter the cryptocurrency address. Minimum deposit you can make is 0.0001 BTC. You will receive three confirmation notices before your Ethereum Classic (ETC) deposit arrives which usually takes up to 24 hours.
Now let’s talk about Fiat deposit. Remember that you can only initiate this process after your account gets verified. To fund a verified account with Fiat money, go to the ‘Currency’ tab which is still under the Wallet section.
From the list of currencies or fiat money, choose which one you want to fund. Click on the ‘Deposit’ button to proceed. On the following page, you must specify on how you’re going to add credit to your account (transfers are the preferred method here). Enter the amount of your deposit and then click Total. Confirm that the amount is correct and hit Enter. An email with the information of the bank account to which you must make the deposit will arrive in your inbox.
Lastly, you have to verify your deposit to avoid delays. To do this, go to the Wallet section and click Deposit. Select the currency to which you have made the deposit and hit Verify. Provide the information being requested on the next page, attach the voucher and click on Save. Crediting time may take 24 to 72 business hours.
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