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How to withdraw from CoinSpot

A step-by-step guide to your CoinSpot crypto and money withdrawal options.

How to withdraw AUD from CoinSpot Learn more
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It's relatively simple to withdraw both cryptocurrency and Australian dollars from your CoinSpot account.

While AUD can only be withdrawn to a valid Australian bank account, you should be able to withdraw your crypto to any suitable wallet address, meaning your own personal hardware or software wallet, or another crypto exchange.

How to withdraw AUD from CoinSpot

You can withdraw AUD directly to your bank account from either the CoinSpot app or website:

On the CoinSpot website:

  1. Log in to your account
  2. Select "Withdraw AUD" from the account menu
  3. Enter the AUD amount you want to withdraw
  4. Check your bank details are correct
  5. Click "Withdraw Funds"

On the CoinSpot app:

  1. Log in to your account
  2. Select "Withdraw AUD" from the account menu
  3. Check your bank details are correct then tap "Withdraw AUD"
  4. Enter the AUD amount you want to withdraw then tap "Continue"
  5. Re-check your details and tap "Confirm Withdrawal"

There are no fees when withdrawing AUD from CoinSpot, and there's also no minimum or maximum withdrawal limits.

How long does it take to withdraw AUD from CoinSpot?

When you submit an AUD withdrawal it is normally processed within one business day, but might not arrive in your bank account for a couple of days, depending on your bank.

How to withdraw crypto from CoinSpot

You can withdraw crypto from CoinSpot to an external wallet by following these steps:

  1. Click "Wallets" at the top of the page
  2. Find the coin you want to withdraw and open the wallet for that coin
  3. Click "Send" and enter the amount you want to withdraw
  4. Enter the address you want to send the crypto to. If you don't already have one, you might want to consider getting a private wallet
  5. Important: Make sure to double check you have the correct address
  6. Optional: Select a transfer network, making sure to check the receiving wallet supports that network
  7. Enter your 2FA code and click "Send"
  8. Wait for a confirmation email and review the transaction and confirm the withdrawal via the link

How long does it take to withdraw crypto from CoinSpot?

Once you've confirmed your withdrawal using the confirmation link, your crypto should be transferred soon afterwards.

However, depending on the network of the coin you're trying to send, you may need to wait a few minutes for the coins to arrive at the new wallet address.

How much does it cost to withdraw crypto from CoinSpot?

You'll need to pay a transaction fee when withdrawing any crypto from CoinSpot. However, the size of the fee will depend on which coin you're looking to withdraw.

For example, it can cost up to 0.001 BTC to withdraw Bitcoin from CoinSpot, which may be higher than the fee charged by other crypto exchanges. For example, Kraken charges a 0.0004 BTC withdrawal fee, while Swyftx charges a 0.0001 BTC withdrawal fee.

It is possible to reduce the size of the withdrawal fee by using alternative networks, such as the Bitcoin Lightning Network. However, please make sure to confirm that the recipient address is compatible with that network before submitting the withdrawal.

Where can I withdraw my crypto to?

You should be able to withdraw your crypto to any valid wallet address, including: Please make sure that the wallet address you're sending your crypto to supports the coin and network you're trying to send. If not, you may lose your funds.
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Thomas Stelzer

Tom Stelzer is a publisher and writer for Finder, covering investing and cryptocurrency. He previously worked for Finder as a writer in Australia and the UK, covering things like personal finance, loans, investing, insurance as well as small business and business loans. He has a Master of Media Arts and Production and Bachelor of Communications in Journalism from the University of Technology Sydney. See full profile

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