How to withdraw KLAY from Upbit and deposit on Liquid

In Trading, Guides, Beginner
A step by step guide on how to move KLAY tokens from Upbit to Liquid, quickly and easily.

If you already own KLAY on Upbit and want to take part our upcoming competitions: KLAY Deposit Event”, “KLAY Trading Contest” and “KLAY x QASH HODL Campaign”, you will need to first withdraw your KLAY from Upbit and deposit to Liquid.

 

Step 1: Sign in to your Upbit account and navigate to ‘Wallets’ in the main top navigation bar.

Step 2: Locate and select your KLAY tokens from the list on the left hand side of the dashboard. You will then be shown the following options in the central panel: deposit, withdrawal, history. Select the withdrawal tab.

Step 3: To withdraw KLAY to Liquid you will have to whitelist your Liquid KLAY deposit address.

To start this process, you will need to own a Liquid account or sign up for one at Liquid.com - it takes less than a minute, no KYC required.

Once you're logged in to Liquid, locate your unique KLAY deposit address under ‘Deposits’ in the top right corner (or click here). Choose KLAY from the drop down menu and copy the KLAY address shown. 

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Now switch tabs back to Upbit and click ‘add address’. Select ‘On’ next to Whitelist and complete the details under ‘Add to Bookmark Address’ as shown below.

Step 4: Once the whitelist process is complete, navigate back to the withdrawal panel in the ‘Wallets’ dashboard on Upbit. Enter the amount of KLAY you would like to withdraw, check the box to agree to the Terms and Conditions and click ‘Request Withdrawal’.

Note: Crypto deposits to Liquid usually take an average of 5 minutes to appear in your wallet, but they could take up to an hour.

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Please contact support@liquid.com or use the live chat bubble if you need any help during this process.

This content is not financial advice and should not form the basis of any financial investment decisions nor be seen as a recommendation to buy or sell any good or product. Trading cryptocurrency is complex and comes with a high risk of losing money, particularly if you trade on leverage. You should carefully consider whether trading cryptocurrencies is right for you and take the time to learn how trading works and decide how much money you are prepared to lose.

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