Making withdrawals from your funded Bits Blockchain account is simple. You can withdraw crypto Tether (USDT) 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.
CEX.io offers a convenient way of depositing Tether (USDT) or Fiat money on your verified and confirmed account. Prior to making deposit transactions, Google Authentication must be activated.
These steps are very helpful in making your first Tether (USDT) deposit on CEX.io.
Access the CEX.io website by clicking this link. Log in using your registered email address and password or via your social media account.
After logging in, you’d automatically see the “Deposit” button in green.
To deposit Tether (USDT) on your CEX.io account, select your Tether (USDT) and enter your desired amount at the right side of the screen, then click on “Continue.”
You will be given an address. This is what you need to use in processing your Tether (USDT) deposit or you can also scan the QR code to generate a new one. See to it that you are copying the correct address when depositing to avoid losing funds.
Tether (USDT) deposit transactions are available at the bottom of the page under “Recent BTC transactions.”
The ability to deposit Fiat money on your CEX.io account is possible and you have three options to select from. First, you need to select your currency and enter your desired amount on the right side of the screen. Second, select your deposit payment method and fill out the form asked by the system.
If you choose to fund your account from the card, you need to input the card data. Note that you can fund your account only from your personal card, not 3rd parties cards.
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