Ultimate guide on how to transfer
Ethereum from Bitbank to BTCBOX

Step by step overview on how to withdraw Ethereum from Bitbank

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.

  1. Withdraw Ethereum from Bitbank
  2. Withdraw Fiat money from Bitbank

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.”

1. Withdraw Ethereum from Bitbank

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.

Wow! You have successfully withdrawn Ethereum from your Bitbank account. 

 

2. Withdraw Fiat money from Bitbank

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.

That is it! You have withdrawn Fiat money from your Bitbank account. 

Step by step guide on how to deposit Ethereum on your BTCBOX account

BTCBOX is a cryptocurrency exchange platform based in Japan, which allows both Fiat money and crypto-to-crypto transactions.

Here are practical steps on how to deposit Ethereum on BTCBOX:

  1. Collecting Fiat money on your BTCBOX account
  2. Depositing Ethereum on your BTCBOX account

Go to https://www.btcbox.co.jp and click “Login.” Enter your registered email and password and click “Login” to proceed.

How to log into BTCBOX

To start trading, funding your account is to be done first. To do this, go to “Finance” or just directly click the “Deposit” button found on your profile box located at the right side of the dashboard.

How to deposit funds on BTCBOX

1. Depositing Fiat money to your BTCBOX account

On the Finance page, select “JPY Deposit,” enter the amount you wish to deposit and click “Next.”

How to deposit funds on BTCBOX

Fill out the deposit form and click the “Confirm” button.

How to deposit funds on BTCBOX

You can check the status of your transactions at the “Deposit History.”How to deposit funds on BTCBOXAwesome! You have just deposited Fiat money on your account on BTCBOX. 

 

2. Depositing Ethereum on your BTCBOX account

On the “Finance” page, click “Coin Deposit” found on the left side of the page.

How to deposit funds on BTCBOX

Select the Ethereum you prefer, copy the Bitcoin address, enter the amount, and click “Confirm.”

How to deposit funds on BTCBOXGreat job! You have successfully deposited  Ethereum to your BTCBOX account.

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