The process and security being implemented by Coinfloor for their deposits are also the same with how one make withdrawals from their platform. Additionally, the steps are also very much easy to follow just like other exchanges.
As such, we have prepared this guide for you to follow so your first withdrawal will become a success.
As what we usually do, you will have to log in to your account first by putting in your registered email address and password. You can also tick the small box if you’re a trader and wishes to disable the additional 2FA. When you’re ready, click the ‘Sign In’ button.
Input the 2FA code from your Authy device and hit the ‘Submit Authy Code’ button. You have enabled this during account registration.
Hit on the ‘My Account’ tab which you can see on the top navigation bar.
Click ‘Withdraw’ to start your withdrawal.
To withdraw Ethereum from Coinfloor, you must register your cryptocurrency wallet address first before placing a request. To initiate this, select Ethereum from the list by clicking on it.
Carefully read all the instructions and tick the small box confirming that you have understood and accepted everything. Hit on the ‘Register Ethereum Withdrawal Details’ button once done.
Enter your Ethereum withdrawal address on the designated field. This particular info is a long string of combined letters and numbers. To continue, hit on Register. Coinfloor processes requests from their multi-signature cold storage vaults once daily and during business hours.
If for any reason you want to withdraw Fiat instead of crypto coins, you can also do it from the ‘Withdraw’ section of the exchange. From the list, choose the asset or currency from which you will be sourcing the funds.
After going through the instructions and reminders, tick the box confirming that you have understood everything, and click on the ‘Register (chosen currency/asset) Withdrawal Details’ button.
On the next page, you will need to enter your bank account details. Be sure to provide accurate info to prevent any issues. Hit on Register to continue.
Coinfloor processes these requests once a day and during business hours. USD & GBP withdrawals are usually received in 1-5 working days, whereas EUR withdrawals arrive in 1-2 business days.
Note: For additional information about withdrawals, you can also check Coinfloor’s support section.
Here, you can view the withdrawal that you’ve just made. You can locate this by accessing your ‘My Account’ page.
With YoBit, 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 YoBit account:
Click here to open the exchange site.
Start by logging in using the email address and password you’ve registered for YoBit.
Click on “Wallets” to view your funds as well as the available Ethereums. To deposit, select your currency from the list and click on the plus sign under “Deposit.”
For Ethereum deposit, refer to the list under “Wallet.” In this example, we are using Bitcoin.
You can highlight it to make sure that you are working on your Ethereum and click on the plus sign.
The “Deposit” window pops up with the wallet address. Copy the address, scan the code, or generate a new one. Send the transaction to continue. It is a must to copy the correct address before submitting the transaction. Otherwise, you may lose control of your Ethereum as it can no longer be reverted.
To view your deposit transaction, click on “History”.
For Fiat money deposit, refer to the list under “Wallet.” In this example, we are using USD.
You can highlight it to make sure that you are working on your preferred currency and click on the plus sign.
The “Deposit” window pops up with the payment methods. Make your selection, enter the amount, and click on “Deposit.”
Follow the instructions and fill out the information correctly as it is shown on the account statement. If you fail to provide accurate information, you could lose your money as processed deposits can no longer be reverted.
To view your deposit transaction, click on the “History”.
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