Fisco is a professional group that provides superb investment support services including a cryptocurrency exchange. It offers both Fiat money and crypto-to-crypto transactions.
Here’s a guide on how to withdraw Ethereum from your account on Fisco:
Go to https://fcce.jp/ and click “Log in.”
Go to “Account” located at the main menu bar at the top of the page.
From the Accounts page, go to the Deposits and Withdrawals section.
You can withdraw fiat money via clicking on the “Japanese Yen withdrawal and deposit” button.
For Ethereum, select from the cryptocurrencies offered under the Deposits and withdrawals sections.
If you fancy Bitcoin, click “BTC deposits and withdrawals.”
Simex allows crypto-to-crypto and Fiat currency transactions.
Below are the steps on how to deposit Ethereum to your account:
Go to https://simex.global/en and log into your account.
Once you’re in, select “Deposit” from the Finance tab.
In depositing RUB, you can do it through Visa and MasterCard debit cards issued by Russian banks, YandexMoney, Payment orders, Tinkoff, Sberbank-Online, Russian Standard, Alfa-Click, Unistream Global Money Transfers, Wallet One, Svyaznoy terminals, Euronet terminals, payment terminals.
For USD, Wire Transfer and Epay are the options available.
Next, choose the financial account you wish to deposit funds to and select the method of payment. Enter the amount you wish to deposit and click on the “Next” button. After this, you will be redirected to the payment service page where you need to complete the transaction.
On the same “Deposit” page, choose the account you want to deposit funds to and select which cryptocurrency you prefer, like Ethereum.
Next, copy the address and paste it into your third-party wallet. Make sure that you copy the correct address because once the transaction is done, it cannot be reversed.
You can check the link making sure the first and last two digits are correct.
If you want to check the transactions you made, go to the bottom of the same page.
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