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NEO from Simex to EXMO

Step by step guide on how to withdraw NEO from your account on Simex

Simex is a user-friendly exchange platform that allows both Fiat and crypto-to-crypto transactions.

Here are the steps on how to process NEO withdrawal from Simex:

  1. Withdrawing Fiat money from Simex
  2. Withdrawing NEO from Simex

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

Select “Withdraw” from the Finance tab.

1. How to withdraw Fiat money from your account on Simex

To withdraw funds, update your bank details first in your “Withdraw Accounts” page.

From the “Withdraw” page, select the financial account you wish to withdraw funds from. Enter the amount you want to withdraw, and select the method you wish to use. Once done, click the “Next” button.

For RUB, Visa & MasterCard debit cards, Yandex, Money, Webmoney RUR are allowed and for USD, Wire Transfer is offered.

Withdrawal requests are processed within 24 hours. Funds transfer to your bank debit card may take up to 5 business days.

Good job! You have just withdrawn Fiat money from your account.

 

2. How to withdraw NEO from your account on Simex

Open the “Withdraw” page in your Finances tab, and choose the financial account you wish to withdraw funds from.

Enter the desired sum you want to withdraw. Select the method you prefer to use to complete the withdrawal and press the “Next” button.

Digital wallets are processed online in real time, unlike Fiat money which takes up to five business days.

Congratulations! You have successfully withdrawn NEO from your account.

Step by step overview on how to deposit NEO on EXMO

After securing your EXMO account, you can proceed with depositing funds through NEO or Fiat money. Just like other exchanges, the funding process for this platform is very straightforward.

The steps below will guide you in processing your first NEO deposit on EXMO.

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

Click this link to access the exchange site and click “Sign in” to log into 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 “Deposit” button which you need to click to start funding NEO on your EXMO account.

1. Deposit NEO on your EXMO account

To fund your account with NEO, select your NEO under the “Finance” page and click on the “Deposit” box inline with your NEO.

You will then be asked to generate a deposit address. To do this, click on “Create address.”

The page will provide the wallet address which you need to copy or you can also scan the barcode to generate a new one. Make sure that you are copying the correct address to avoid losing your funds when processing your deposit transaction.

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

Excellent! You have deposited NEO on your EXMO account. 

 

2. Deposit Fiat money on your EXMO account

You have the option to deposit Fiat money on EXMO. Like NEO deposit, select your currency under “Finance” page and click on the “Deposit” box inline with your selection.

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

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

Nice work! You have added Fiat money on your EXMO account. 

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