Making withdrawals from your funded Coinbase account is simple. Before you can withdraw, you need to first sell your Ethereum.
Let’s check these steps to help you withdraw funds from your Coinbase account:
Click here to open the exchange site and click on “Log in.”
Select on “Sign In” then enter your registered username and password. Click on the “Sign In” button to continue logging in.
To withdraw funds from your Coinbase account, select on “Accounts” once you’re completely logged in. Once you have enough funds on your wallet, the “Withdraw” button becomes clickable. Locate your wallet at the left side of the screen.
After clicking on “Withdraw,” a new box pops up where you need to select your funding source and type in the amount of your choice. Click on “Withdraw” to continue.
CoinFlux accepts both crypto-to-crypto and Fiat money deposits.
Below is a guide that will help you process both currencies:
Go to https://coinflux.com
Log into your account using the email and password you registered.
Select “Wallet” on the menu at the left side of the homepage.
There are no fees for storing funds to the RON wallets. The minimum deposit and minimum transaction value are 20 RON.
By funding your wallet, you can send money from your bank account via bank transfer. The information that you entered should match with your bank account, otherwise, the transaction cannot be processed.
Select the wallet and currency in which you wish to fund. Next, click on “Deposit.” Please remember to copy the data carefully. You can check out the transactions you made on the right side of the page.
By funding your wallet, you can send money by selling digital currencies.
Just like depositing Fiat money, there are no fees for depositing Ethereum to your RON wallet. The minimum deposit and minimum transaction value are 20 RON.
Moving on to the next step, select the currency you wish to fund and click on “Deposit.” Please remember to copy the data carefully as transactions can no longer be reverted. You can check out the transactions you made on the right side of the page.
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