Making withdrawals from your funded Bits Blockchain account is simple. You can withdraw crypto Litecoin or Fiat money, depending on what you have saved.
Let’s check these steps to help you withdraw funds from your Bits Blockchain account:
Click here to open the exchange site and click on “Log in.”
Go to “Funds” and click on “Withdraw”.
Select the type of the type of currency you wanted to withdraw. In this example, we deposited Digital Assets, thus, only Digital Assets is showing.
Once you’ve selected your currency, it will ask you to fill out a form and confirm the transaction.
Qryptos is the second brand operated by QUOINE. Their main product, with which they are famous for, is QUOINEX. This exchange platform processes both fiat money and crypto-to-crypto transactions.
Below is a guide to help you in depositing Litecoin on your account on Qryptos:
Go to https://qryptos.com/ and click “Sign in.”
Go to the “Wallets” tab and select “Deposits.”
Select the currency you want to deposit funds to by clicking on the drop-down arrow.
After selecting your preferred currency, let’s say USD, for example, click “Get Started.”
Enter your bank details, and then the amount you wish to deposit.
Check the deposit history you have made below.
On the Deposits page, choose the Litecoin you want to collect funds.
If you want to trade Bitcoin, click it, copy the wallet address, and enter the amount you wish to deposit.
You can check your deposit transactions below.
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