Once you have a verified account, you may now go ahead and withdraw funds from Bitlish. Just like their deposit process, getting your funds from this platform is also easy and quick. You will have the option to process Fiat or cryptocurrency withdrawal.
Below are steps to guide you in making a withdrawal on Bitlish.
Go to the log-in page to start.
Key in your email/phone number which you have used during registration as well as your password. Tick the Captcha box and click Login.
Get the 6-digit code from your phone, enter on the ‘Confirmation code’ field and hit Confirm.
Go to the ‘Finance’ page to start your withdrawal.
Once you’re on the Finance page, scroll down and locate the Balance section. Select the cryptocurrency of your choice and click Withdraw. Take note that the withdraw option or button only shows up for verified users.
Key in the amount that you intend to withdraw and hit Proceed. Go through with the instructions on the next screen until you complete the transaction. Please note that there is a 0.001 BTC fee for each withdrawal.
There are different options in withdrawing Fiat money from Bitlish. You have options to send the funds to your card, online payments, and vouchers.
From the Finance page, go to the Balance section and click the ‘Withdraw’ button of the currency with which you want to withdraw. Just like cryptocurrencies, only verified users could process Fiat withdrawal. The Withdraw button will not appear on unverified accounts.
Click the withdraw method that you would like to utilize and hit Proceed. Follow the steps or instructions on the next page and wait for the confirmation.
Your withdrawal transaction will show on the Finance page just below the Balance section. Click the ‘Account operations’ tab and choose ‘Withdraw’ for the type.
You can deposit both cryptocurrencies and Fiat money on your registered and verified BTC-Alpha account.
Here are the steps on how to do it:
Go to the BTC-Alpha website or simply click here.
Log in to your account using the email address and password you registered.
Once you’re in, click on your username at the top-right corner and select the “Finance” button under it.
For BTC-Alpha, USD is the only Fiat money accepted.
To start, type in USD on the search box. After locating it, click on “Deposit.”
BTC-Alpha provides payment solutions like Advanced Cash, Perfect Money, and NixMoney. Select one of these (sign up beforehand) systems to deposit funds on your private account.
On this example, we are using Advanced Cash.
Check out the transaction fee, minimal deposit, and maximal deposit in box 2. Enter the amount you wish to deposit in box 1 and hit “Checkout” or “Next.”
After depositing successfully, you can check out the transaction in box 3, or by going to the “History” button on the left side of the page.
Let’s deposit Monero (XMR) on your BTC-Alpha account. Here, we are going to try to withdraw Bitcoin from your wallet.
Go to “Finance,” head to the Bitcoin tab from the cryptocurrency list and select “Deposit BTC.”
You can either do this through the QR code or by just copying the address. Always check the first two digits and last two letters of the address to see if you have copied the correct one. Remember that deposit transactions can no longer be reverted and you may lose your money if wrong address is used.
Open your Bitcoin wallet and paste the address you copied from your BTC-Alpha account, put in the amount you like, and then click on “Send.”
You can check your transaction history on the “History” button located on the left side of the Finance page.
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