EXX is a professional and convenient exchange platform that offers crypto-to-crypto transactions.
Below are guided steps to help you withdraw Tether (USDT) from your EXX account:
Visit https://www.exx.com/ and click “Sign In.”
You can log into your account either by email or mobile.
Click your email address located at the top right of the page and select “Asset Management.”
Select the currency you want to deposit funds to from the list below or you can simply search on the search box. In this example, we are going to use Bitcoin.
Enter the withdrawal address, remarks, password and get the verification code. Once done, click “Ok.”
Check the transaction you have just made at the bottom of the page.
With OOBTC, you can deposit cryptocurrencies like Tether (USDT), but first, make sure you have completed the account “Verification” process and have activated 2FA.
Here are the steps on how to deposit Tether (USDT) on your registered and confirmed Dragonex account:
Click here to open the exchange site. Type in your login information and click on the “Log in” button.
To fund Tether (USDT) on your newly registered and secured OOBTC account, go to “Wallets.” This should take you to the “My Wallet” page where you’d get to select your Tether (USDT) from the list. Once you’ve selected your Tether (USDT), click on “Deposit” in line with it.
The system will generate a deposit address where you need to copy and save. Make sure that you are using this address when processing your deposit transaction to avoid losing money.
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