First, you need to obtain your BTC address from your Coinut account, where you will send some of your bitcoins.To get your BTC address after you logged in, please follow the instructions below:
Click on Funds from your Coinut account.
Copy the BTC address. Coins.ph do not support deposits of other cryptocurrencies other than BTC, so make sure BTC is selected from the drop-down menu. Your BTC address will show up in the image below:
Now that you obtained your BTC address from your Coinut account, you will then paste it into your Coins.ph in order to make a deposit.
To send BTC from Coins.ph after you logged in, click on Send like the image below:
Then a pop-up screen will show up (see the image below), where you can paste the BTC amount and the BTC address. Enter the amount of BTC you wish to deposit and paste the BTC address. Choose the blockchain fee amount and click on Continue.
If you don’t have enough balance on your Coins.ph yet, you can try to cash-in from 7-11, Cebuana Lhuillier, M Lhuillier ePay, UnionBank, SM bills payment, and Globe GCASH (via Dragonpay).
After three confirmations, you will be able to see your balance on your trading page at https://coinut.com/spot.
You can also track the progress of your deposit on the history table of your account from Coins.ph.
And from the funding history table of your trading account at https://coinut.com/account/funds/BTC.
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