Ultimate guide on how to transfer
Ethereum from LakeBTC to HitBTC

Step by step overview on how to withdraw Ethereum from LakeBTC

Processing withdrawals from your funded LakeBTC account are simple. You can withdraw Ethereum or Fiat money, depending on what you have saved.

Let’s check the below steps to help you withdraw funds on your registered and confirmed LakeBTC account.

  1. Withdraw Ethereum from LakeBTC
  2. Withdraw Fiat money from LakeBTC

Click here to open the exchange site.

Log in using the email address and password you’ve registered for LakeBTC.

Once you’re logged in, you will be redirected to the ‘My Wallet” page. Click on “Withdraw” and select on the preferred sub-account you wanted to transact.

1. Withdraw Ethereum from your LakeBTC account

For Ethereum withdrawals, select your Ethereum from the sub-accounts menu.  In this example, we are using BTC.

Fill in the desired Ethereum amount as well as the target Ethereum wallet address. You can get this address from your wallet.  Click “Submit” to proceed.

Make sure to enter the correct address as completed withdrawal transactions can no longer be reversed, therefore, you could lose your money permanently if the wrong recipient is chosen. For your protection, you’ll be asked to send a confirmation SMS from the registered mobile number.

To view your Ethereum withdrawal and other transactions, click on “Withdrawal History”.

Good work! You have successfully processed Ethereum withdrawal from LakeBTC!

 

2. Withdraw Fiat money from your LakeBTC account

To withdraw Fiat money, select your preferred currency from the sub-account menus. In this example, we are using USD.

Choose which method you would want to use to process your withdrawal. Make sure you provide accurate and complete information to your bank, otherwise, the transaction request will be rejected or you could lose your money if you supply incorrect data.

It takes 1 – 5 business days for banks to process international wire transfers.

To view your Fiat money withdrawal and other transactions, click on “Withdrawal History”.

Excellent! You have successfully processed Fiat money withdrawal from your LakeBTC account.

Step by step guide on how to deposit Ethereum on your HitBTC account

Adding funds on your HitBTC account is easy. You can deposit cryptocurrencies only as Fiat currencies like US dollar, Euros, British Pounds, and more are currently not available.

Here are practical steps on depositing funds to your account:

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

Next, go to your Account page or select the green “Deposit” button in the top right corner of the main page.

After clicking the “Deposit” button, you have to generate your wallet address. To do this, select the Ethereum that you want to buy or use the “Search” field at the top, and hit the button in “Deposit” column. Copy and paste the address at a third party service to initiate a transaction.

Some cryptocurrencies have additional identifier fields usually called Payment ID, like DestinationTag for XRP and Message for XEM. In this case, don’t forget to copy and paste your Payment ID to a separate field before sending a deposit.

Once your funds reached HitBTC, you will see pending transaction at the bottom of the Account page, in the “Latest transactions” corner. The funds will be reflected on your account shortly.

Fantastic! You have just funded Ethereum on your HitBTC account.

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