How to Qtum token withdraw
Click grey area then you will be redirected to your qtum wallet... click on the qtum logo and it will take a second but then it will redirect you to this page...
After u check that little box you should be able to figure out how to upload your pictures of your I.d. one pic front one pic back and the 3rd pic of you holding your id
It took over 4 business days for them to verify my account after I submitted all the photos so please be patient...
foruo last edited by
i have already tried to withdraw on 11th August in ico365 site and had still waited for 3 days;;; I can’t still find any transaction despite it indicated it was sent my MEW address in ico365. I have no idea now. How can i get mine..
A Former User last edited by
@frankrbruno It all works - just got my .9 in MEW this morning.
I used CHROME with google translate on Windows and Chromebook - to get the english translations - If english is your first language it becomes clear there are literal translations you will have to guess through fairly easily.
I noticed that on small screens - you CANNOT see all the buttons such as submit or cancel (my translations)
You cannot resize the popup boxes and drop downs are sketchy.
If you use the ENGLISH pdf - it will work sending to a MEW (I have also setup a wallet at BITTREX)
You need to ADD your MEW wallet address to the QTUM BYTUM add an address box.
Just take your time and go slowly - it will work.
qtumowner last edited by
@Guritz You are welcome.. I think it is better for you trade it on shapeshift than on bizhongchou or bittrex I think. If shapeshift lists Qtum it will be great. You will have to send a request to their support.
g0tcha last edited by
@onestepahead interesting that you made the below comment, did you know something then about the ICO situation :)
anyways your words came through and yunbi put back my btc in my account and then when i tried to remove the qtum it gave a message to remove it all immediately.
i processed the transfer to myetherwallet but doesnt seem to have been processed
but ya, i was just intrigued by your comment.
I sure wouldnt recommend doing that, much safer to keep them in your own wallet. You just never know what new regulations get passed that result in these exchanges get shut down, which is just one of many risks.
Pattos last edited by
@frankrbruno Great explanation, thanks! I assume this works the same for Yunbi account holders?
I'm not familiar with Yunbi.
adamconstable last edited by
@qtum ive been told to contact [email protected] and have had no response about getting my qtum sent to my wallet, ive sent all the necessary details !! please can someone help!!!!
kind regards adam c
evolutiongsr9 last edited by
my qtum sent to my wallet, ive sent all the necessary detail
me too! It has been about 3 weeks for me now. :/
Starting to lose hope.
Please the team may not respond to your email but keep checking your wallets they have sent many people's tokens to them already.
Also please try emailing with your information as well to..
xapobilo last edited by
how to withdraw qtum from myetherwallet.com to an exchange which supports only the new qtum-adresses?
I have the same issue. QTUM is not replying to their contact, foundation or swap emails for 2 weeks. I forgot I had a small wallet with EC20 coins on it, would appreciate some help.
What exactly is the problem? Do you have access to your "small wallet?
Have figured this out yet?
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Have you received your coins yet?
@frankrbruno Hi Frank. I have old ERC-20 QTUM tokens and forgot to have them exchanged for the native coins on an exchange. Was hoping they can help me in exchange them, I have the keys to my wallet.
I'm pretty sure Changelly is still exchanging them.
No problem glad I can help