Ultimate guide on how to transfer
Ethereum from HitBTC to KuCoin

Step by step guide on withdrawing funds from your HitBTC account

HitBTC has an easy way of withdrawing funds. However, you can only process transactions for cryptocurrencies as Fiat currencies like US dollar, Euros, British Pounds, and more are currently not available.

Here are guided steps on how to withdraw funds from you HitBTC account:

Go to https://hitbtc.com and log into your account using the email and password you’ve registered, then click “Sign in.”

How to log in on HitBTC

To withdraw your Ethereum, proceed to the “Account” tab. Click on the “Withdraw”  button next to your Ethereum.

Before making any withdrawal, make sure that the amount you’d wish to withdraw is deposited on your main account, so you can transfer it from your trading account if needed. Hit the “Transfer” button to proceed.

How to withdraw on HitBTC

How to withdraw on HitBTC

How to withdraw on HitBTC

After transferring your funds from your primary account to the trading account, you can proceed to process the withdrawal.

Enter the amount you’d want to withdraw and paste the receiving address to the “Address” field. Make sure that you’re using the correct address. Once your money has been sent, the transaction wouldn’t be reversed.

Once ready, click “Withdraw.”

How to withdraw on HitBTC

After hitting the “Withdraw” button and typing in the authentication code, the following notification is going to pop-up: “Your withdrawal request requires confirmation by e-mail.”

Open your email and locate the message from support@hitbtc.com, with a subject line “Withdraw verification” that looks like this:

How to withdraw on HitBTC

Click the link to confirm your withdrawal. You can manage your withdrawals in the “Reports – Payment history,” or in the “Latest transactions” section at the bottom of the screen.

The three yellow dots show that your withdrawal is being processed. Once completed, it will turn green.

how to withdraw funds on HitBTCNice one! You have successfully withdrawn Ethereum from your HitBTC account.

Step by step overview on how to deposit Ethereum on KuCoin

Adding funds into your KuCoin account can be done by depositing cryptocurrencies like Ethereum. After making sure that your KuCoin account is safe to use and is fully verified, you can proceed with performing deposit transactions.

Here, you will find steps that you can follow in funding your KuCoin account.

Click this to access the platform.

Once the site is up, log-in with your registered account.

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Use the email address and password you’ve registered for KuCoin and click on “Log in.”

After logging in, you will be routed automatically to the “Assets” page.

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Inside the “Assets” page, select your Ethereum or if it’s more convenient for you, type in your Ethereum on the Search bar. Click on “Deposit” in line with your selected Ethereum or directly click on the “Deposit” menu at the left side of the screen. We are using BTC in this example.

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Copy your Ethereum address or scan the barcode. Read the “Tips” prior to submitting your deposit. It is highly recommended to double check your wallet address before completing each deposit transaction to avoid losing money.

“Deposit history” is readily available should you want to check your pending and or all processed deposits.

Perfect! You have funded Ethereum on your KuCoin account.

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