Processing withdrawals from your funded OKCoin account are easy. You can withdraw USDCoin (USDC) or Fiat money, depending on what you have deposited.
Let’s go through the step by step process to help you withdraw funds on your OKCoin account:
Click here to open the exchange site.
You have three options when logging in. As shown on the image below, you can log in using your linked phone number, registered email address, and sub-account.
In this example, we are logging in using the email address and password I’ve filed for OKCoin.
Once logged in, you will see the “My Wallet” page where you can see available tokens. To withdraw, click on “Token Withdraw” from your selected USDCoin (USDC) or currency.
For USDCoin (USDC) withdrawal, select your USDCoin (USDC) under “Token Deposit”. We are using Bitcoin in this example.
Paste the deposit address or select your wallet address by clicking on “OK address.” It is a must to copy the correct address before submitting the transaction. Otherwise, you may lose control of your USDCoin (USDC) as it can no longer be reverted. Next, type in your Google Authentication code, SMS Verification code, and Fund password. Click on “Confirm withdrawal” to proceed.
You can check your balance by clicking on the “Balance” menu available on the right side of the page.
For Fiat money withdrawal, select your currency under “Token Withdraw”. We are using USD in this example.
Select the beneficiary account and type in the amount you opt to withdraw. After submitting the request, OKCoin will verify the details and process the transfer.
Epay service fee and wire transfer fee will be deducted automatically from your withdrawal amount. If your withdrawal is rejected by the beneficiary bank, OKCoin will return the withdrawal amount as well as the service fee. However, Epay service fee and wire transfer fee cannot be refunded. Therefore, it’s a must to enter the correct bank information before making a withdrawal.
Note: KYC level 2 is required for USD withdrawal as shown on the image below.
CEX.io offers a convenient way of depositing USDCoin (USDC) 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 USDCoin (USDC) 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 USDCoin (USDC) on your CEX.io account, select your USDCoin (USDC) 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 USDCoin (USDC) 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.
USDCoin (USDC) 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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