CoinEgg is an easy-to-use exchange platform that offers crypto-to-crypto transactions.
Here’s how to withdraw Ethereum from your account on CoinEgg:
Go to https://www.coinegg.com/ and sign into your account.
To withdraw Ethereum from your account, you should complete the Basic Authentication first. Once done filling out everything, click on “Confirm to submit.”
The next step is to go to the Balance box on the homepage and select “Withdrawal.”
You can always check your transactions on “Order History.”
With Livecoin, you can deposit funds using a variety of cryptocurrencies as well as Fiat money.
Let’s follow these steps to help you deposit funds on your registered and verified Livecoin account:
Click here to open the exchange site.
Log in using the email address and password you’ve registered for Livecoin.
Go to ‘Balance’ to view your balances for Fiat money and Ethereum. This is the page where you can select which of the two you would like to deposit.
For Ethereum deposit, select your Ethereum below “Crypto Balance.” In this example, we are using Bitcoin.
Click on “Deposit” next to the Ethereum.
A new box pops-up displaying the Ethereum address. Click on copy and make sure the address is correctly copied. Pay attention when you’re copying it as Ethereum transaction cannot be reversed, and if you’re not careful, you would end up losing your money.
After depositing Ethereum on your account, you will see your transactions when you go to “Transaction History.”
If you prefer to deposit using Fiat money, select your currency below “Fiat Balance.” In this example, we are using USD.
Click on “Deposit” next to your selected currency.
Next, choose your payment method and select whether the deposit is through the merchant or direct transfer. Always check your account number before sending you funds. Once you sent it to the wrong account number, it cannot be undone and your money can be lost permanently.
Click on “Pay now” to continue.
After depositing Fiat money on your account, you will see your transactions when you go to “Transaction History.”
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