Bitbank has a series of verification steps that you need to complete prior to doing any transactions, like withdrawing Ethereum. Additionally, the website could be a challenge to navigate as it doesn’t have any option for an English translation, however, we were able to gather these steps to help you withdraw Ethereum from Bitbank. We advise that you pay attention to the icon beside each description to make sure you are making the right selection.
Click here to open the exchange site and click on “Login.”
After logging in, enter your email address and password. Click on “Login” to continue.
We are using Bitbank’s mobile version here. Click on the main menu at the upper-right hand portion of the page.
Click on the Sixth option from the top which is “Withdraw.”
To withdraw cryptocurrencies like Ethereum from Bitbank, select on “withdraw” next to your preferred Ethereum.
Add the address and the amount you wish to withdraw. You also have the option to add a new address when needed. Remember to double check your wallet address as processed transactions can no longer be reverted and funds would end up missing if an incorrect one is used.
Click on “Submit” to continue.
To withdraw Fiat money from your Bitbank account, first, locate your currency, which is Japanese YEN and click on “withdraw.”
Enter the information asked by the system, depending on which withdrawal method you’ve selected. Remember to double check the information you supply as processed transactions can no longer be reverted and funds may end up missing.
You can put funds into your ANXPRO account through Cash, Hong Kong Local Bank Cheques, or by transferring digital assets. For cash deposits, the platform currently supports HKD and USD only which you can do by visiting their office. Otherwise, if it’s a cheque or Ethereum deposit, you will need to do it on to their site or mobile app.
As such, we have prepared simple and easy steps that you can follow to help you in funding your ANXPRO account.
To start, open the exchange site by clicking this link.
Log-in using your registered account.
Go to the ‘Funds’ section by clicking the tab at the top of the page.
Select ‘Payment’ to start your deposit.
Under ‘Digital Assets’ choose which Ethereum you want to deposit. For this example, let’s use BTC.
Scan the QR code for your wallet address, or you may also copy and paste the address that you see into the digital asset platform to which you will get the funds. Complete this step by following the instructions provided by the external wallet or other digital asset platforms. The transfer of funds is processed automatically and may take a few minutes to a few hours before reflecting in your account.
For Fiat deposits, Cash and Hong Kong Local Bank Cheques are available. As mentioned, cash deposits can be made directly at the ANXPRO office with HKD and USD as the available options. If the cash amount is more than HKD$100,000, a ‘Source of funds’ document will be required. Processing time for cash deposit usually takes 3-5 hours or funds might show at the end of the current business day if there is a large volume of requests on that day.
Aside from cash deposits, you may also opt to fund your account using Hong Kong Local Bank Cheques. From the ‘Payment’ section, click on ‘HKD’ or the Fiat currency you intend to make a deposit. On the next page choose ‘Hong Kong Bank Cheque’ then write your email address, phone number and the Reference code at the back of your cheque. You may send it via mail or drop it off at the ANXPRO office during business hours. It takes 3-5 banking days before the money reflects in your ANXPRO account.
Note: As of this writing, ANXPRO doesn’t support bank transfers, e-cheques and credit cards for deposits.
Access your ‘Portfolio’ page if you want to check your balance or funds.
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