Having a hard time withdrawing your satoshis from Coinpot to Coins.ph? I made a guide that will surely solve your problem.
Your earnings from these faucets will go to a micro-wallet named Coinpot.
In Coinpot, you can decide when and where to withdraw.
As a Filipino, we can use Coins.ph, a bitcoin wallet for Filipinos, to store your bitcoins made from using faucets.
I created this guide because I realized that there are Filipinos having problems from withdrawing their accumulated satoshis in Coinpot to Coins.ph.
Coinpot Withdrawal Process: From Coinpot to Coins.ph
Go to your Coinpot account. In the dropdown menu of Bitcoin, click Withdraw.
You will now choose what kind of Withdrawal Method you are going to use. Choose Withdraw to Bitcoin Wallet. There is no fee if you are going to withdraw
50,000+ 100,000 satoshi.
Go to your Coins.ph account. In All Wallets, click BTC and click the QR code logo in the upper right corner of Bitcoin Wallet.
You may now see your Bitcoin Wallet Address. Highlight and copy it.
Go back to your Coinpot account and paste your bitcoin wallet address in Withdrawal Bitcoin Addresss. In amount to withdraw, click maximum or the amount of satoshi to withdraw.
Example: for 100,000 satoshi, write 0.001.
Solve the captcha and confirm.
Double check your amount to withdraw and bitcoin wallet address then click Confirm withdrawal.
You will be notified that you are getting a confirmation email to your provided e-mail address.
In your e-mail account, you will get a confirmation e-mail right after your withdrawal request. If you do not get, check your Spam folder.
Click the confirmation link.
You’ll get a message that you’ll get your satoshi in less than 48 hours.
In your Coinpot account, you will see that there is a Pending Withdrawal. It will be replaced by Completed once they already give your satoshi.
Indeed, within 48 hours you will get your satoshi in your Coins.ph account.
If you have still inquiries, you may write it in comment section.