Ultimate guide on how to transfer
Tether (USDT) from LBank to Bitlish

Step by step overview on how to withdraw Tether (USDT) from LBank

Making withdrawals from your funded LBank account is simple. You can withdraw crypto Tether (USDT), depending on what you have saved.

Let’s check these steps to help you withdraw Tether (USDT) from your LBank account:

Click here to open the exchange site and click on “Log in.”

Type in your registered email address or mobile number and click on “Confirm.”

Click on “My Account” to view your Wallet. Select your Tether (USDT) and click on “Withdraw.”

Select your withdrawal address, type in your desired amount, click on “Confirm” to continue. Make sure the correct address is used to avoid losing funds as completed withdrawal transactions can no longer be reverted.

You can view the withdrawal history by scrolling down the withdrawal page.

You did it! You have withdrawn Tether (USDT) from your LBank account. 

Step by step overview on how to deposit Tether (USDT) on Bitlish

The funding process at Bitlish is straightforward just like any other exchanges. You can opt to fund using your favorite cryptocurrency or with Fiat money. Take note though that a verified account is mandatory to make a Fiat deposit.

Herewith, is a guide we’ve established to help you with your first deposit on Bitlish.

  1. Deposit Tether (USDT) on Bitlish
  2. Deposit Fiat money on Bitlish

To start, go to Bitlish log-in page by clicking this link.

Log-in with your email address and password. Tick the box for the Captcha and hit Login.

how to log in on Bitlish

Retrieve the 6-digit code that you receive to your phone number and enter it on the designated field. Click ‘Confirm’ to continue.

how to log in on Bitlish

From the homepage, click the ‘Finance’ tab to begin the funding process.

how to deposit Tether (USDT) on Bitlish

1. Deposit Tether (USDT) on your Bitlish account

Once you’re on the ‘Finance’ page of the platform, scroll down and go to the ‘Balance’ section. Select the Tether (USDT) that you wish to fund and hit the ‘Deposit’ button of that Tether (USDT).

how to deposit Tether (USDT) on Bitlish

Provide the amount of your deposit and copy your cryptocurrency address or scan the QR code to the external wallet from which the funds will be coming. Bitlish will attempt three confirmations before updating your balance. It may take minutes to days to complete this action depending on blockchains throughput.

how to deposit Tether (USDT) on BitlishGood job! You now have some Tether (USDT) deposits on your Bitlish account. 

 

2. Deposit Fiat money on your Bitlish account

Still from the Finance page of the platform, scroll down and look for the Balance section. Click ‘Deposit’ just under the currency or Fiat of your choice.

The next page will show you two options. You can either make a deposit using your VISA/MasterCard card or with bank transfer. Read and follow all the instructions and provide correct details to avoid errors and delays. A failed transaction for bank transfers will get a charge for the payment processing.

Deposits from cards will be credited immediately. Whereas, bank transfer transactions may take up to five business days.

how to deposit fiat on Bitlish

You can view your deposit transaction on the Finance page just below the Balance section. Click the ‘Account operations’ tab and select ‘Deposit’ for the type.

how to view deposit transaction on BitlishAwesome! You now have Fiat money on your Bitlish account.

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