BTSE Wallet Address
To deposit digital currencies in BTSE, you will need a wallet address that you can use each time you transfer from a different source wallet to your BTSE account.
If you do not have one, click “Create XXX Wallet” to generate your unique digital currency address then copy. It is important to note that you will need to select the specific blockchain source if the selected currency has several blockchains.
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Depositing Digital Currencies
Users who want to transfer or deposit their digital assets to their BTSE accounts from a different source wallet may follow the steps below:
1. Go to the "Wallets" page then click “Deposit”.
2. Select the currency to be deposited / transferred and get your digital currency address.
3. Copy the digital currency address.
- Digital currencies have different blockchains and unique wallet addresses. These specific details can only be used for their appropriate currencies and must not be interchanged e.g. USDT has 3 different block chains – USDT-Omni, USDT-ERC20 and USDT-Liquid.
- Please ensure the selected Currency, Blockchain and Wallet Address is correct. Any incorrect information provided to process a transaction may lead to permanent loss of your coin(s).
Does BTSE Support Smart Contract Deposits?
No, BTSE does not support smart contract deposits. We process deposits done via common versions of a smart contract which normally gets done within a maximum of 3 hours. For any delays, please contact customer support.
If the format of the smart contract does not comply with ERC-20 regulations, our system will not be able to automatically process the deposit transaction. Please contact customer support to manually process your deposit request. (Manual deposits may take up to 10 working days to process)
How do I know if I am using a Smart Contract?
Smart contracts are transaction formats launched by Ethereum. These types of transactions only take effect on the Ethereum blockchain.
To check if you are using one, you can go to the ETH Blockchain Explorer, search for your transaction hash and view the Transaction details. The word “Contract” in the “To” field indicates that the transaction is a smart contract.