In Bibox, only cryptocurrencies are allowed (no Fiat money).
We are going to teach you how to withdraw Trinity Network Credit (TNC) from your Bibox account and here are the steps:
Open the Bibox website – https://www.bibox.com
Log into your account by entering the email and password you registered.
Go to “Funds” located at the top bar beside your profile.
From the Funds page, go to “Funds Details.” Select your Trinity Network Credit (TNC) and click on the “Withdrawal” button at the right side of it.
Type in the withdrawal address for the receiving address, and then enter the amount you wish to withdraw. Pay attention to the wallet address that you’re copying as processed Trinity Network Credit (TNC) withdrawals can no longer be reverted. If you transact with the wrong one, you will lose your money permanently.
Next, click on “Submit” to proceed with the withdrawal.
To check on the status of the withdrawal transaction that you just made, go to “Withdrawals History.”
Placing funds into your Bittrex account is possible by depositing cryptocurrencies like Trinity Network Credit (TNC) and Fiat money. After making sure that your Bittrex account is safe to use and is fully verified, you can proceed with performing deposit transactions.
Here, you will find steps that you can follow in funding your Bittrex account.
Click this to access the platform.
Once the site is up, log-in with your registered account.
Once you’re logged in, click on “Wallet” which routes you to the “Account Balances” page.
To deposit Trinity Network Credit (TNC) on Bittrex, select your Trinity Network Credit (TNC) from the list of available cryptocurrencies. Initially, the page seems empty. You may want to click on “Show zero balance” to view the list or directly type in Trinity Network Credit (TNC). So, in this example, we will deposit BTC.
After typing in BTC, the list filters and displays BTC only. There are two icons beside the Trinity Network Credit (TNC), and for deposit, select the green icon.
A new box pops-up. Click “New Address” to generate your address. Please make sure to read the Trinity Network Credit (TNC) deposit instructions if they are available. Some coins require a minimum amount to be sent before they are credited, and some ask for a message/payment/tag/memo. Therefore, you must send Trinity Network Credit (TNC) to the address provided and attach the needed notes to the deposit for Bittrex to route it to your account.
Also, make sure that you only send the same type of coins to the address. Meaning, if you generated a Trinity Network Credit (TNC) address you deposit Trinity Network Credit (TNC) to it and not some other coin. If instructions are not followed, you will risk losing your funds permanently.
For Fiat money deposit, select your currency from the list. Click on “Show zero balance” to view the entire list or directly type in the currency of your choice. So, in this example, we will deposit USD.
After typing in USD, the list filters and displays USD only. There are two icons beside the currency, and for deposit, select the green icon.
Important reminders: Bittrex now supports eligible personal and corporate accounts for USD deposits. International customers and those operating in the States of California, New York, Montana, and Washington are eligible as long as the identity verification process is completed. It is a requirement to request your account(s) be added to the USD markets. If you already have an existing account, you can process your request in a few minutes, and it gets approved in just a few days.
Click here to view the requirements needed.
After the deposit process, you can check your transactions under “Pending Deposits” and “Deposit History” when you scroll down the page.
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