To withdraw funds from Bitstamp, one must verify his/her account first. After such, you will be able to transact via Litecoin or Fiat money. The transaction time at Bitstamp does not take too long, and the process is also user-friendly.
Here, you will find steps that will guide you on how to make a withdrawal on Bitstamp.
Access the log-in page of Bitstamp first. Provide your registered information (User ID & Password), then hit Login.
For two-factor authentication, a token or 6-digit code is necessary to complete your log-in. Retrieve this from your authenticator app and click Continue.
Go to the ‘Withdrawal’ page as directed by the arrow on the image below.
From the selection on the left panel, select the cryptocurrency that you’d like to withdraw. On the next screen, provide the withdrawal or receiving address as well as the amount. Click the ‘Withdraw’ button to proceed. Litecoin withdrawals are free of charge but at the same time irreversible, so be sure to provide the correct information.
For Fiat money withdrawal, we will explain the steps through the EU Bank (SEPA) method as an example. To start, select this option from the left panel.
The SEPA form pops up which is an instrument for transferring funds to any bank account within the EU which supports the SEPA standard. Accurately provide all required information and hit Withdraw.
Go back to the Withdraw section to check the status of your withdrawal. Here, you will see that it says ‘Email’ confirmation needed.
Access your email inbox and click on the link that is in the email that you receive from Bitstamp.
The status will now change to ‘Waiting’ to be processed.
Another email will arrive in your inbox confirming your withdrawal.
As a result, the status will now show as ‘Finished’ on the Withdraw page. It usually takes 1-3 business days before you receive the money.
If you wish to check the withdrawal that you’ve just made, you can always go to your Account> Transactions> Withdrawal as the type.
GDAX or Coinbase Pro offers straightforward steps in depositing Litecoin or Fiat money. To gain access to all available features on GDAX, you need to completely verify your account.
We prepared this guide to help you with your first Litecoin deposit on GDAX.
Access the GDAX website by clicking this link. The link is now showing as Coinbase Pro.
Once you’re logged in, type in your registered email address and password.
After logging in, proceed at the upper-left side corner of the page and select your currency, then click on “Deposit.”
To deposit Litecoin on your GDAX account, select your Litecoin from the drop-down menu under “Select currency.”
Once you’ve selected your Litecoin, copy the deposit address or scan the QR code to generate a new one. Note that you can only send Litecoin to this address.
Another option available is for you to deposit Litecoin through Coinbase wallet. Click on “Coinbase Litecoin Wallet” and fill out the form with the deposit address and amount. Make sure that you are supplying the correct address to avoid losing funds. Click on “Deposit Litecoin” to continue.
Fiat money deposit is also available on GDAX. Select your currency from the drop-down menu under “Select currency.”
For Fiat money, you have three options to select from. You can deposit through Wire Transfer, Coinbase USD Wallet, or Bank Account. After selecting your method of depositing, fill out the form with the information required by the system. Make sure your information is accurate when filling out the form to avoid delays or losing funds. Click on “Deposit” to proceed.
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