GDAX or Coinbase Pro offers straightforward steps in processing Maker (MKR) or Fiat money withdrawals. 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 Maker (MKR) withdrawal 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 “Withdraw.”
To withdraw Maker (MKR) from your GDAX account, select your Maker (MKR) from the drop-down menu under “Select currency.” After selecting your Maker (MKR), click on “Maker (MKR) address” and enter the address. Make sure that you supply the correct one to avoid losing funds as it can no longer be reverted once completely processed.
Click on “Withdraw funds” to proceed.
To deposit Maker (MKR) on your GDAX account, select your Maker (MKR) from the drop-down menu under “Select currency.” After selecting your currency, you will be routed to another page showing you different methods to select from in processing withdrawal. Fill out the form with the information required by the system. Make sure your information are accurate and complete to avoid delays or losing funds. Click on “Withdraw funds” to proceed.
With OKEx, you can deposit cryptocurrencies like Maker (MKR). Fiat money deposit is not yet an option at the moment. However, it is available through OKCoin.
Here are the steps on how to deposit funds on 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 Maker (MKR) 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 Maker (MKR) as it can no longer be reverted.
You can check your pending and processed transactions by going to “History.”
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