It’s easier than ever to fund your Exness account with bitwallet. bitwallet is a Japanese-based payment infrastructure provider and payment service. There’s no commission when depositing into your Exness account with this exciting payment service, while withdrawals are free of charge too.
Here’s what you need to know about using bitwallet:
|Minimum Deposit||USD 10|
|Maximum Deposit||USD 22 000|
|Minimum Withdrawal||USD 1|
|Maximum Withdrawal||USD 22 000|
|Deposit and Withdrawal Processing Fees||Free|
|Deposit and Withdrawal Processing Time||
Maximum: up to 1 day
The term “instant” indicates that a transaction will be carried out within a few seconds without manual processing by our financial department specialists.
Note: The limits specified above are per transaction unless mentioned otherwise.
Deposit with bitwallet
- Go to the Deposit section in your Personal Area, and choose bitwallet.
- Select the trading account you would like to top up, the currency, as well as the deposit amount, then click Continue.
- A summary of the transaction will be presented to you; simply click Confirm.
- You will be redirected to a page where you can Login to Pay if you have an existing bitwallet account, or Sign Up to create a new account to continue.
- Next bitwallet will verify that enough funds exist for the transaction. If there isn’t enough, you will be prompted to top-up. If there is, the transaction will complete successfully.
- If there isn’t sufficient funds, a login option will be presented to deposit funds from a bank card or Mizuho bank account.
- Once this step is complete, the deposit action will conclude.
Withdrawal with bitwallet
- Click bitwallet in the Withdrawal section of your Personal Area.
- Select the trading account you would like to withdraw funds from, the currency of withdrawal, and the withdrawal amount. Click Next.
- Fill in your bitwallet registered email address, and then click Confirm. If successful, the transaction will complete successfully. If incorrect, you will need to enter your bitwallet account details and try again; note that 3 failures will result in the transaction failing.
If you would like to know more about payments in general, read our article for everything you need to know.