The withdrawal process on Kraken is simple and the steps are easy to follow. You are required to comply with the Account Verification process and Two-factor Authentication prior to doing any transaction, like Ethereum withdrawal.
Here are the steps on how to withdraw Ethereum from your registered and confirmed Kraken account:
Click here to open the exchange site and click on “Log in.”
Click on “Log in” and enter your registered email address and password. You also need to verify Two-factor Authentication, then click on “Log in.”
Once you’re logged in, click on “Funding.”
To withdraw Ethereum from Kraken, click on “Withdraw” and select your Ethereum.
Paste your wallet address or add a new one by clicking on “Add address.” Click on “Review Withdrawal” and double check the information you supplied to avoid errors.
Whenever you’re ready, click on “Confirm withdrawal.”
To withdraw Fiat money from Kraken, click on “Withdraw” and select your currency. Next, select your withdrawal method from the drop-down arrow and supply the information required by the system, depending on the method you’ve selected. Double check your information before confirming your withdrawal to avoid losing funds.
Depositing Ethereum on your verified Poloniex account is possible through cryptocurrencies only. Additionally, you are required to confirm and fully verify your account in order to process deposits.
Here are the steps that you can follow to make your first Ethereum deposit on Poloniex.
To get started, access the log-in page of the exchange and select on “Sign in.”
Click on “Balances” and select on “Deposits/Withdrawals.” Keep in mind that you can only deposit cryptocurrencies with Poloniex. In this example, let’s use BTC. To start depositing, select your Ethereum from the list of cryptocurrencies and click on “Deposit.”
Copy the Deposit Address and use it in sending Ethereum. Make sure that you are not sending any other currency to your deposit address to avoid losing funds. Meaning, if you’ve selected Ethereum, you must deposit Ethereum only.
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