How do I send cryptocurrencies from Oxis?
Using Oxis to send funds is just as convenient and simple as receiving them! You must have your Oxis password and the receiving address that your recipient will provide (and of course, the funds!).
In this article we will teach you the general process of sending cryptocurrencies in general with Oxis, but on this website we have other articles in which we show you how to send specific cryptocurrencies, such as bitcoin (BTC) or ether (ETH).
First, log into your account. Wait, have you not yet registered in Oxis? Don't worry, check this article to learn how to create an account with us.
If you use the Oxis web application, apply the same recommendation as to receive cryptocurrencies.
Authorize the device you are logging in with. To do this, go to your email inbox and open the link that we will send you. Make sure the sender is firstname.lastname@example.org and that the link redirects you to app.monedero.com.
From the main page of Oxis, go to the Accounts section. Here can be found the balance(s) you have with each of your favorite cryptocurrencies. Click on the logo of the cryptocurrency you want to send.
On the next screen you will find the price of the currency you chose, your transaction history, and the "Receive" and "Send" options. Click on Send.
On the following screen you will find a box where you can input the address of your recipient and the amount of the asset to send.
Enter the amount of your preference, reflected in USD or EUR depending on your account settings.
You can also select all the funds with the option "ALL" or half of them, pressing "HALF".
In the next section you will be able to verify the amount to send, what will be the fee associated to the outgoing transaction, and you will be able to verify that the address of your recipient is correct (which is very important, as an error could mean a loss of these funds).
If everything is fine, enter your Oxis password to authorize the shipment.
Boom. You can now monitor the status of your transaction in the history, and even check on it with a block explorer.