Guide to Polygon withdrawals with OKEx

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4 min readJun 14, 2021

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OKEx has announced support for Polygon Network withdrawals on the OKEx website and app.

Not many cryptocurrency exchanges support withdrawals directly to Polygon network, and in a previous guide, we demonstrated how you can use AscendEX to conduct cheap USDC withdrawals into Polygon.

Previously, before exchange integrations, users needed to first withdraw funds to an Ethereum wallet, and then bridge tokens from the wallet to the Polygon PoS network through the Zapper Bridge or Polygon PoS bridge.

The following cryptocurrencies are supported for withdrawals on OKEx:

  • BAL, BAT, CEL, COMP, CRV, ETH, GHST, LINK, MKR, SNX, SUSHI, UNI, wBTC, YFI, YFII, ZRX
  • GUSD, TUSD, USDC, USDT, USDK, DAI, PAX

Create an OKEx account

You’d need an OKEx account, create one using this link — it takes 5 minutes to get started.

Sign up using your email address or phone number, or use your existing web 2.0 accounts like Telegram or Google.

OKEx sign up page

Verify your email address once you’ve registered, and you’re good to go.

Deposit crypto into OKEx

The next step is to deposit crypto into OKEx for withdrawals into Polygon.

To deposit crypto into OKEx, select Deposit under Assets on the top right.

Assets > Deposit

Select Funding account, then select the crypto to deposit, and the correct deposit network.

For example, if you are going to deposit USDT over the Ethereum network, then select USDT-ERC20. If you’re withdrawing over the Tron network, then select…

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