How to transfer ETH between wallets?

Do you plan to send or to receive Ethers? First you need a cryptocurrency wallet, and for this purpose you can register on Quantum.uk for free.

Transferring process may seem a bit complicated, and we are here for you to help you. Check out how to transfer and receive Ethereum with Quantum.uk service.

How can I receive Ethereum?

You should follow these steps to receive cryptocurrencies:

  • Visit your Quantum.uk account;
  • Open Crypto section;
  • Choose ETH wallet and click receive.
ETH address and is Qr-code on Quantum.uk

You will see an address with the QR-code available here. Just copy the address to your clipboard and share it with your senders or let them scan your QR.

Quantum.uk app: how to receive ETH using your phone?

If you are using the mobile App and having troubles in scanning the QR-code, please visit your settings and give Quantum.uk app a permission to use your camera.

Your wallet will generate a unique address each time you want to receive funds. However, all addresses generated here will be active and will associate with your account. For example, your wallet address has changed, but someone sent funds to one of your previous addresses. You will be able to receive Ethers at your wallet.

How to move Ethereum to another wallet?

One more thing that you should know is how to use your Ethereum wallet for coin transfers.

To send ETH from your account, follow these steps. You’ll be able to transfer funds in a matter of minutes:

  • Log in to your personal account on the platform;
  • Visit Crypto section;
  • Choose ETH wallet that you would like to use, and click on Send button;
Ethereum wallet available on Quantum.uk
  • Fill out the form: you should add an amount you wish to send and insert a cryptocurrency recipient’s wallet address;
  • Click Continue;
  • Confirm the details of the transaction and send your funds.

That is all! 

Before you make your first Ethereum transaction, we want to warn you: make sure that you have double-checked all the details before transferring your Ethers.

Even many advanced users can recall an incident when they accidentally choose the wrong amount or sent funds to the wrong address.

Please, keep in mind that Ethereum transactions are designed to be irreversible, alas we have no control over them.

Fees and limits for sending Ethers from Quantum.uk

For our customers there is no blockchain fee for sending ETH from one account to another if both of them were registered on Quantum.uk

However, if you wish to transfer ETH to a wallet outside the platform, you will have to pay blockchain commission, considered as miner fee. The fee for such type of transactions is 0,001 ETH.

Quantum.uk offers its customers competitive limits: minimum sum is 0,005, and maximum — 36 for ETH operations. As a great plus, here is an unlimited number of operations per day.

I’ve sent ETH to another user. How can I track my transfer?

Do you want to know the status of your Ethereum transfer? Once transaction is confirmed and sent to blockchain, you will receive an email: «Your Request has been processed».

Your recipient needs only 1 hour to receive Ethers.

In addition, you can always track ETH transaction processing via blockchain using its unique TXID or your transaction ID. TXIDs can be also mentioned as transaction hashes and can be found in History details. Just find the most suitable platform for tracking your ETH operations.

The recipient of your ETH transfer may also request this transaction ID from you. There is no issue in giving out these details, it is safe to share.

Final remarks

We hope that our article will be useful for you, and your Ethereum transfer will go smoothly.

If you need a help regarding transferring funds, contact us via live chat or email us at support@quantum.uk. We are always ready to help you.

If you do not have an account yet, register for free on Quantum.uk. You will be able to exchange Ethers and transfer your money quickly, store funds securely, and enjoy everything we have to offer.

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