At QuadrigaCX one can fund his account through Fiat money or cryptocurrencies. Each process is straightforward and very easy to follow.
Below are the steps that can help you make your first deposit successful.
To start go to the login page by clicking this link.
Enter your Client ID which you received via email after registration as well as your password. Check the ‘Security’ box and hit Login.
If the ‘Google Two-Factor Authentication’ setting is active on your QuadrigaCX account, you will have to retrieve the 6-digit code and after entering click Authenticate.
To put some Litecoin to your account, select the digital currency from the list and click the ‘Fund Account’ option.
Copy the address to your wallet (the source of funds) and follow the succeeding steps to complete the transaction. It usually takes four confirmations before the receiving the money to your account.
If you wish to fund with Fiat, all you need to do is select the currency of your choice from the selection. In this example, we will use the Canadian dollar.
Tick the Canadian flag at the top of the page and hit Fund Account.
Funding with Fiat comes in different forms and options. Most of these require verification before proceeding. Click the ‘Select’ button on the right panel that corresponds to the funding option of your choice, and provide the required information on the next page. This process may take some time to complete, and you will also receive a notification if everything is already in place.
For more information about the different funding options on QuadrigaCX, you can quickly check their support page.
If you want to view your deposit or balance, you can quickly find it from the dashboard.
With OKCoin, you can deposit cryptocurrencies like Litecoin as well as Fiat money.
Here are the steps on how to deposit funds on your registered and confirmed OKCoin account:
Click here to open the exchange site.
You have three options when logging in. As shown on the image below, you can log in using your linked phone number, registered email address, and sub-account.
In this example, we are logging in using the email address and password I’ve filed for OKCoin.
Once logged in, you will see the “My Wallet” page where you can see available tokens. To deposit, click on “Token Deposit” from your selected Litecoin or currency.
For Litecoin deposit, select your Litecoin under “Token Deposit”. We are using Bitcoin in this example.
Copy the current deposit address or select your wallet address by clicking on “Address history.” It is a must to copy the correct address before submitting the transaction. Otherwise, you may lose control of your Litecoin as it can no longer be reverted.
You can check your balance by clicking on the “Balance” menu available on the right side of the page.
For Fiat money deposit, select your currency under “Token Deposit”. We are using USD in this example.
Choose your bank of deposit and enter your desired amount (as per latest update, the minimum is USD100; maximum depends on your KYC level). Read OKCoin’s terms of service and check the box, then click on “Submit.” After submission, you will be redirected to the deposit confirmation page which shows the details of the beneficiary bank.
Make sure to complete the deposit within 72 hours, or the request will be canceled. It is a must to enter all the required information of the beneficiary bank as instructed in order not to lose your money.
Note: KYC level 2 is required for USD deposit as shown on the image below.
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