How to withdraw money from NiceHash? / Withdraw bitcoin from Nice Hash to cryptocurrency wallet
NiceHash link: http://bit.ly/38MTPJZ BestChange link: https://bit.ly/2OMuyZy In this video, he talked about two ways to withdraw money from the NiceHash service, with which we can mine bitcoin: withdrawal to another cryptocurrency wallet and withdrawal to fiat money (for example, to a card). The first way is to withdraw to another cryptocurrency wallet. It should be remembered that there are withdrawal limits and a minimum withdrawal amount. For example, for bitcoin it is 0.001 BTC. But for other cryptocurrencies, these values will be less, so you can withdraw through them. As an example, I will show the withdrawal via Litecoin. Go to the "Wallet" section and see your balance. Next, go to "Trades" and look for the Bitcoin-Litecoin (BTC / LTC) trading pair. We need to exchange this trading pair. As an example, I showed a double swap in the video. I changed bitcoin (BTC) for dollar (USDT) and dollar (USDT) for litecoin (LTC). After the exchange, the funds are automatically credited to our balance. Then again go to the "Wallet" section, click "Withdraw" and select the cryptocurrency that we will withdraw. We need to specify our wallet where we will withdraw. I am using TrustWallet multicurrency wallet. I look for Litecoin there, add it to the displayed currencies and copy the address. I insert this address into the withdrawal addresses on NiceHash and confirm with the code from two-factor authentication. After some time, LTC will go to our wallet. Withdrawal to real money will be the same, through some exchanger, of which there are plenty on the Internet. Only in NiceHash, instead of the personal wallet address, you will need to enter the address that the exchanger will provide. Exchangers with the best exchange rate will be able to choose BestChange (video instructions on how to use it: https://youtu.be/iOcNxyn_C0E). The method of withdrawing directly from NiceHash to the exchanger is not the safest, since the nice hash may delay the payment, and the exchanger may not wait that long. Therefore, it will be safer to withdraw first to your personal wallet, and then to the exchanger.