Processing Ethereum withdrawal from your DSX account is only possible after passing the Know Your Customer” or “KYC” stage.
Here you will find steps that can help you make your first Ethereum withdrawal on DSX.
First off, access the log-in page of the exchange.
After logging in, click on “Account,” then “Withdraw.”
You can follow the same withdrawal process on all available cryptocurrencies on DSX. Remember that DSX is supporting Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCC), Bitcoin Gold (BTG), Litecoin (LTC) and Ethereum (ETH).
To withdraw Ethereum from your DSX account to external wallet, you need to create a withdrawal template and use template each time you want to withdraw your funds to the same wallet address.
Inside the “Withdraw” page, click on “Create Template” and choose your Ethereum. Specify the template name (label) and wallet address to which you want to withdraw funds. Make sure that you are selecting the correct address to avoid losing funds. The template will be available on the “Withdraw” page.
To withdraw cryptocurrency from your DSX account using existing withdrawal template, click on the necessary withdrawal template. You will be redirected to the withdrawal form where you need to enter your withdrawal amount. Click the “Withdraw” button afterward and approve your withdrawal request.
Ethereum withdrawals are processed and sent to the cryptocurrency network in a few minutes. In some instances, it can take up to few hours due to additional security screening. Additional delays with Ethereum withdrawals can be caused by limited liquidity on DSX hot wallets. In that case, the withdrawals processing delay can be up to a few hours, while DSX transfer funds to hot wallet.
Just like processing Ethereum withdrawal, you need to complete the KYC stage before you can proceed with your transaction.
After clicking on “Withdraw,” you will be given instructions on what to input like your withdrawal amount.
Bank transfer withdrawals are usually processed within 1-2 business days. It can take longer during bank holidays. DSX uses Rietumu Bank to send bank transfers.
Withdrawals in Fiat currencies (USD, EUR, RUB) to the ePayments platform are instant.
The funding process at Bitlish is straightforward just like any other exchanges. You can opt to fund using your favorite cryptocurrency or with Fiat money. Take note though that a verified account is mandatory to make a Fiat deposit.
Herewith, is a guide we’ve established to help you with your first deposit on Bitlish.
To start, go to Bitlish log-in page by clicking this link.
Log-in with your email address and password. Tick the box for the Captcha and hit Login.
Retrieve the 6-digit code that you receive to your phone number and enter it on the designated field. Click ‘Confirm’ to continue.
From the homepage, click the ‘Finance’ tab to begin the funding process.
Once you’re on the ‘Finance’ page of the platform, scroll down and go to the ‘Balance’ section. Select the Ethereum that you wish to fund and hit the ‘Deposit’ button of that Ethereum.
Provide the amount of your deposit and copy your cryptocurrency address or scan the QR code to the external wallet from which the funds will be coming. Bitlish will attempt three confirmations before updating your balance. It may take minutes to days to complete this action depending on blockchains throughput.
Still from the Finance page of the platform, scroll down and look for the Balance section. Click ‘Deposit’ just under the currency or Fiat of your choice.
The next page will show you two options. You can either make a deposit using your VISA/MasterCard card or with bank transfer. Read and follow all the instructions and provide correct details to avoid errors and delays. A failed transaction for bank transfers will get a charge for the payment processing.
Deposits from cards will be credited immediately. Whereas, bank transfer transactions may take up to five business days.
You can view your deposit transaction on the Finance page just below the Balance section. Click the ‘Account operations’ tab and select ‘Deposit’ for the type.
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