With OKEx, you can withdraw cryptocurrencies like Ethereum. Fiat money withdrawal is not yet an option at the moment, however, it is available through OKCoin.
Here are the steps on how to withdraw funds from your registered and confirmed OKEx account.
Click here to open the exchange site.
Log in using the email address and password you’ve filed for OKEx.
Select your Ethereum under “Token Withdrawal”. We are using Bitcoin in this example.
Click on the “Add Address” button or “OK Address” to select the Ethereum address. Make sure to select the correct one as completed withdrawal transactions can no longer be reversed, therefore, you could lose your money permanently if the wrong recipient is chosen. You need to enter the SMS Verification code, Email code, and Fund password before submitting the transaction by clicking on “Confirm withdrawal.”
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 deposit Ethereum to 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 deposit 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.”
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