Gate.io is a blockchain asset trading platform that offers crypto-to-crypto transactions with low withdrawal fee, cold storage wallet, and low trading fee.
Below is a guide we have prepared to help you in withdrawing Gas (GAS) from your account on gate.io:
Go to https://www.gate.io/ and click “Login.”
Enter the username or email and password you register and click “Log in.”
Next, from the dashboard, go to the small box on the right side of the page and click “Withdraw” or you can go to “Wallets.”
Now that you are on the “Wallets” page, look for the currency you want to withdraw funds from and click “Withdraw.”
Fill out the Withdrawal form together with the amount you wish to withdraw and once done, click “Submit request.”
You can check the withdrawal transaction you made by clicking the “Recent Withdrawal” button at the left side of the same page under the “Deposit/Withdrawal” tab.
DigiFinex offers you the option to deposit cryptocurrencies like Gas (GAS) on your registered and verified account.
Here are the practical steps in processing Gas (GAS) deposit.
Access first the DigiFinex website here.
Log into your account using the email and password you’ve registered.
After logging in, click on “Deposit” and select your preferred Gas (GAS). Generate your wallet address to proceed with the deposit transaction. Make sure that you are generating the correct address to avoid losing funds.
You can view your recent and previous transactions at the bottom of the Deposit page, under “Deposit record.”
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