Ultimate guide on how to transfer
NEO from KuCoin to LiveCoin

Step by step overview on how to withdraw NEO from KuCoin

Withdrawing funds from your KuCoin account is very straight-forward. However, prior to making deposit and withdrawal transactions, you have to go through Security and KYC verification processes to ensure your safety.

Here, you will find steps that you can follow in withdrawing funds from KuCoin account.

Click this to access the platform.

Once the site is up, log-in with your registered account.

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Use the email address and password you’ve registered for KuCoin and click on “Log in.”

After logging in, you will be routed automatically to the “Assets” page.

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Inside the “Assets” page, select your NEO or if it’s more convenient for you, type in your NEO on the Search bar. Click on “Withdrawal” in line with your selected NEO or directly click on the “Withdrawal” menu at the left side of the screen. We are using BTC in this example.

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The Withdrawal form will ask you to enter your NEO address, the amount that you wish to withdraw, your security question (this was set up upon KuCoin registration), and finally, your Google 2FA six-digit verification code. It is highly recommended to double check your wallet address before completing each withdrawal transaction to avoid losing money.

Click on “Confirm” to continue.

“Withdrawal history” is readily available should you want to check your pending and or all processed deposits.

Perfect! You have successfully processed NEO withdrawal from your KuCoin account.

Step by step overview on how to deposit NEO on Livecoin

With Livecoin, you can deposit funds using a variety of cryptocurrencies as well as Fiat money.

Let’s follow these steps to help you deposit funds on your registered and verified Livecoin account:

  1. Deposit NEO on Livecoin
  2. Deposit Fiat money on Livecoin

Click here to open the exchange site.

Log in using the email address and password you’ve registered for Livecoin.

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Go to ‘Balance’ to view your balances for Fiat money and NEO. This is the page where you can select which of the two you would like to deposit.

1. Deposit NEO on your Livecoin account

For NEO deposit, select your NEO below “Crypto Balance.” In this example, we are using Bitcoin.

Click on “Deposit” next to the NEO.

A new box pops-up displaying the NEO address. Click on copy and make sure the address is correctly copied. Pay attention when you’re copying it as NEO transaction cannot be reversed, and if you’re not careful, you would end up losing your money.

After depositing NEO on your account, you will see your transactions when you go to “Transaction History.”

Great job! You have deposited NEO on your Livecoin account.

 

2. Deposit Fiat money on your Livecoin account

If you prefer to deposit using Fiat money, select your currency below “Fiat Balance.” In this example, we are using USD.

Click on “Deposit” next to your selected currency.

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Next, choose your payment method and select whether the deposit is through the merchant or direct transfer. Always check your account number before sending you funds. Once you sent it to the wrong account number, it cannot be undone and your money can be lost permanently.

Click on “Pay now” to continue.

After depositing Fiat money on your account, you will see your transactions when you go to “Transaction History.”

Excellent! You have deposited Fiat money on your Livecoin account.

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