For Fiat money, XREX currently supports USD and INR. This means you can directly withdraw USD and INR from your XREX wallet to your bank account.

To withdraw USD from the XREX crypto-fiat exchange, you first have to complete identity verification and enable 2FA. To learn more, please visit:

- How to pass XREX personal identity verification?

- What is 2FA and why should I enable it?

Steps to withdraw US dollars from XREX:

  1. Log in to XREX and go to Wallet.

  2. Click Withdraw and select USD.

  3. Click Bank Withdraw and select the bank. If you haven't added any bank before, please click ADD BANK ACCOUNT and fill in the required information.

  4. Enter the amount you want to withdraw and enter the 2FA code. Please note that the minimum withdrawal limit is $50.

  5. Your withdrawal request is confirmed and will be reviewed and approved within 24 hours.

Congratulations! You successfully withdraw USD to your bank account.

If you have any questions during the withdrawal process or thereafter, please use the chat bubble on the upper right corner of the XREX app or the intercom chat on the bottom left corner of the XREX web.

XREX staff will always be there for you.

Important notes:

The fee for withdrawing USD on XREX is 0.1% of the withdrawal amount. The minimum fee is $25. You can click on the following link to learn more about withdrawal fees:

Fiat and Cryptocurrency withdrawal fees?

For users outside of Taiwan: If your beneficiary bank rejects the withdrawal transaction, an additional $50 processing fee will be deducted from your requested withdrawal amount.

XREX only accepts deposits from a bank account held in your name, which is the same as your identity verification documents. All other deposits will be rejected and additional fees may be charged by the banking intermediaries.

When making a deposit, you MUST include the Fiat transaction ID provided by XREX as a reference/note in the wire transfer request you submit to your bank. Failure to include the Fiat transaction ID will result in XREX rejecting your deposit and additional fees may be charged by the banking intermediaries.

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