Ultimate guide on how to transfer
NEO from EXMO to Simex

Step by step overview on how to withdraw funds from EXMO.

Now that you familiar with EXMO’s different transactions, let’s proceed to processing NEO withdrawal.

To help you manage your first NEO withdrawal, we have prepared this guide for you to follow.

  1. Withdraw NEO from EXMO
  2. Withdraw Fiat money from EXMO

Click this link to access the exchange site and click “Sign in” to log in to your registered and verified EXMO account.

After logging in, click on “Finance” where you’d get to see all available currencies. Beside each currency is a “Withdraw” button which you need to click to start processing NEO withdrawal on your EXMO account.

1. Withdraw NEO from your EXMO account

To withdraw NEO from your EXMO account, select your NEO under the “Finance” page and click on the “Withdraw” box inline with your NEO.

The next step is to supply your withdrawal amount as well as the wallet address. Whenever you’re ready, proceed by clicking on the “Withdraw” button.

To view your recent and previous withdrawals, you can go to “Transaction history” right below the same page.

Fantastic! You have withdrawn NEO from your EXMO account. 

 

2. Withdraw Fiat money from your EXMO account

If you wish to process Fiat money withdrawal,  just like NEO withdrawal, select your currency under “Finance” page and click on the “Withdraw” box inline with your selection.

You will then select your method of Fiat withdrawal transaction and fill out the form required depending on what method you’ve selected.

To view your recent and previous withdrawals, you can go to “Transaction history” right below the same page.

You did it! You have withdrawn Fiat money from your EXMO account. 

Step by step guide on how to deposit NEO on your account on Simex

Simex allows crypto-to-crypto and Fiat currency transactions.

Below are the steps on how to deposit NEO to your account:

  1. Depositing Fiat money to your Simex account
  2. Depositing NEO to your Simex account

Go to https://simex.global/en and log into your account.

Once you’re in, select “Deposit” from the Finance tab.

1. How to deposit Fiat money to your account on Simex

In depositing RUB, you can do it through Visa and MasterCard debit cards issued by Russian banks, YandexMoney, Payment orders, Tinkoff, Sberbank-Online, Russian Standard, Alfa-Click, Unistream Global Money Transfers, Wallet One, Svyaznoy terminals, Euronet terminals, payment terminals.

For USD, Wire Transfer and Epay are the options available.

Next, choose the financial account you wish to deposit funds to and select the method of payment. Enter the amount you wish to deposit and click on the “Next” button. After this, you will be redirected to the payment service page where you need to complete the transaction.

There you have it! You have just deposited Fiat money to your Simex account.

 

2. How to deposit NEO to your account on Simex

On the same “Deposit” page, choose the account you want to deposit funds to and select which cryptocurrency you prefer, like NEO.

Next, copy the address and paste it into your third-party wallet. Make sure that you copy the correct address because once the transaction is done, it cannot be reversed.

You can check the link making sure the first and last two digits are correct.

If you want to check the transactions you made, go to the bottom of the same page.

Awesome! You have just deposited NEO to your Simex account.

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