How to deposit on-chain cryptocurrency on Nami Exchange?
10-02-2022

How to deposit on-chain cryptocurrency on Nami App?

Before proceeding to deposit cryptocurrency on Nami Exchange App, users need to:

Users can deposit cryptocurrency on-chain from outside to Nami Exchange by 2 ways. In the framework of this article, Nami will take an example of depositing USDT from Trust Wallet into Nami Exchange.

How to deposit on-chain cryptocurrency on Nami App?

Step 1: Open the Nami Exchange App and tap "Wallet"

Step 2: Select “Deposit”, then choose the cryptocurrency which user wants to deposit, such as USDT.

Step 3: Select the appropriate blockchain network (KRC20; ERC20; TRC20; BEP20...) and copy the address (eg: select BEP20 network)

Step 4: Log in to the deposit exchange/wallet (eg Trust Wallet) and tap "Send", then choose the cryptocurrency send to Nami

Step 5: Check the blockchain network (must match to the network in Step 3), then paste the address which was copied in Step 3 into the “Recipient address” box, enter the number which user want to send into the “Amount” box and select “Next”

Step 6: Check the information and fee, then click “Confirm”

Second way

Step 1: Open the Nami Exchange App, at the main interface select "Deposit", then select the cryptocurrency which user want to deposit into Nami (Example: USDT)

Step 2: Select the appropriate blockchain network (KRC20; ERC20; TRC20; BEP20...) and copy the address (eg: select BEP20 Blockchain)

Step 3: Log in to the deposit exchange/wallet (eg Trust Wallet). At the main interface, the user selects "Send", then choose the token to send to Nami

Step 4: Check the Blockchain network (must match to the network in Step 2), Then paste the address which was copied in Step 2 into the “Recipient address” box, enter the number want to send in the “Amount” and click “Next”

Step 5: Check the information and fee, then click “Confirm”

Note:

  • Users have to choose the deposit network carefully and make sure that the selected network is the same as the network of the platform on which users are withdrawing funds. If selecting incompatible/different deposit networks, users will lose funds.
  • The on-chain withdrawal fee will depend on the Blockchain and the cryptocurrency which the user chooses.
  • After confirming the withdrawal request, the user needs to wait for the system to confirm the transaction. Confirmation times vary depending on the blockchain and its current network traffic.

How to deposit cryptocurrency on Nami Exchange website?

Before proceeding to deposit cryptocurrency on Nami Exchange application, users need to:

Users can deposit on-chain cryptocurrency from outside to Nami Exchange by the following steps. In the framework of this article, Nami will take an example of deposit USDT from Trust Wallet into Nami Exchange.

Step 1: Log in to Nami Exchange website, tap “Wallet” - “Wallet Exchange”

Step 2: Select “Deposit”, then choose the crypto to deposit, (for example: USDT)

Step 3: Next, select the blockchain network to deposit crypto. Make sure that the selected network is the same as the network of the platform which users  are withdrawing from. (In this example choose BEP20)

Step 4: Copy deposit address.

Step 5: Log in to the deposit exchange/ wallet (eg Trust Wallet). At the main interface, the user tap "Send", then choose the crypto to send to Nami

Step 6: Check the blockchain network (must match to the network in Step 3), then paste the address which was copied in Step 3 into the “Recipient address” box, enter the number want to send into the “Number” box and select “Next”

Step 7: Check the information and fee, then click “Confirm”

Note:

  • Users should choose the right Blockchain so that the crypto is sent to the right address, avoiding property loss.
  • The on-chain withdrawal fee will depend on the Blockchain and the cryptocurrency the user chooses.
  • After confirming the withdrawal request, the user needs to wait for the system to confirm the transaction. Confirmation times vary depending on the blockchain and its current network traffic.