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  1. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by Argo1990  [View Original Post]
    So I had a binance account setup ages aho. Never used it but since it already exists I decided I would use binance to purchase a subscription. However binance requires me to input an email address of the recipient before I can continue with the next steps. Well. What do I do?
    Binance should not ask you for email address. It seems you are doing something wrong. You need to whitelist a wallet in Binance to send it. Can't remember on the top of my head. But I think it go to:

    Wallet.

    Fiat and Spot.

    Click on "Withdraw" Tab under Fiat and Spot.

    Choose BTC under coins.

    Click on "New Address" tab and then enter the wallet address there.

    If the New Address tab is greyed out, this means you have enabled only withdraws to whitelisted addresses. In this case instead of new address, you click on the blue hyperlink "Address Management" and then save the ISG wallet under bitcoin.

    There is several steps and Binance certainly doesn't make it easy. But you can send BTC from Binance.

  2. #4
    Which network is ISG on? Is there anyone that can help me get this sorted? I have the binance account, I have the btc equiv on 25 USD on my wallet. How do I get it into your wallet? .

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by Zelensky  [View Original Post]
    I haven't used Binance to "send" Bitcoin but essentially all you're doing is moving Bitcoin from a Bitcoin wallet that Binance controls to the ISG wallet. Email addresses aren't necessary for this function but Binance probably has added this to make their system more "user-friendly. " It shouldn't matter which email address you use, it's just important to know the address from the Bitcoin is coming from so that you can notify ISG that that Bitcoin was yours. A simpler method would be to withdrawal the Bitcoin to your personal wallet and then send it to ISG but of course that would incur extra fees.
    Binance is such a retarded Exchange its pissing me off. I have literally no way of transferring the equivalent of 25 USD to ISG. I can only transfer within Binance accounts. How dumb is that.

  4. #2
    I haven't used Binance to "send" Bitcoin but essentially all you're doing is moving Bitcoin from a Bitcoin wallet that Binance controls to the ISG wallet. Email addresses aren't necessary for this function but Binance probably has added this to make their system more "user-friendly. " It shouldn't matter which email address you use, it's just important to know the address from the Bitcoin is coming from so that you can notify ISG that that Bitcoin was yours. A simpler method would be to withdrawal the Bitcoin to your personal wallet and then send it to ISG but of course that would incur extra fees.

  5. #1

    How to transfer 25 USD via binance?

    So I had a binance account setup ages aho. Never used it but since it already exists I decided I would use binance to purchase a subscription. However binance requires me to input an email address of the recipient before I can continue with the next steps. Well. What do I do?

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