Making withdrawals from your funded Bits Blockchain account is simple. You can withdraw crypto NEO 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.
Adding NEO to your established CoinEx account is possible through cryptocurrency deposits. To secure your deposit transactions, you are highly advised to follow complete account verification process.
Here are the steps that you can follow to make your first NEO deposit on CoinEx.
To get started, access the log-in page of the exchange and sign in using the email address and password you’ve set up when you registered your CoinEx account.
After accessing your account, click on “Wallet” to view the list of cryptocurrencies available. Once you’ve made your selection, click on “Deposit” next to the NEO of your choice.
You will be given an address for you to use in processing your deposit. It’s very important to double check it before completing your transaction. If you happen to have used the wrong one, you’d end up losing your funds.
You can view your recent and previous deposits by scrolling down the page or by clicking on “All deposit records.”
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