How do I make a deposit? (app)

Published on Aug 22, 2023Updated on Apr 17, 20243 min read11,887

Getting started

There are 2 ways to make a deposit to your account:

  1. Open your OKX app, select Deposit

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  2. Open your OKX app, go to Assets, and select Deposit

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    Opening Deposit page from Assets

On-chain deposit

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Select Deposit crypto from the Assets page

  1. Select the crypto that you want to deposit, then select the deposit network in the Deposit network field

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    Select the crypto that you want to deposit on the Deposit page

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    Select a network that is supported by your corresponding platform on the Deposit page

  2. Deposit details will then automatically generate

  3. Select your OKX account in the Deposit to field to receive your transaction

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    Select the OKX account that you want to receive the deposit

  4. You can either select Copy to copy the deposit address to your withdrawal platform app or scan the QR code using your withdrawal platform app to make the deposit.

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    Deposit details are generated and you can copy the address or scan the QR code. You can also select the OKX account that you want to receive the deposit.

  5. You can select Share deposit details to share with your friends and family

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    Select share deposit details on the Deposit details page

Note:

  • Make sure selected crypto and network on both OKX and your withdrawal platform are the same to ensure a successful deposit. Otherwise, you'll lose your assets.

  • You can find the minimum amount, required confirmation numbers, and contract address on the Deposit page

  • You won't receive your assets if you deposited the crypto amount less than the minimum amount.

  • Some crypto (e.g. XRP) generates a tag/memo which is usually a string of numbers. You need to enter both the deposit address and tag/memo when you're depositing. Otherwise, you'll lose your assets. Click here to learn more about how to deposit crypto with a tag/memo.