🚀 Bitcoin withdrawals have landed🚀

Hello Community :wave:

We present to you, Bitcoin withdrawals :rocket:

A little bird let slip that Crypto at Revolut has levelled up. So, let’s make it official. We’re giving Metal customers exclusive beta access to our new Bitcoin feature to make Crypto better than ever. Please remember that when buying and selling crypto, your capital is at risk.

Read all about withdrawals on the blog and start exploring crypto in-app today!

Thanks
Team Revolut

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good news, we need 2 simple thing, i want to have a percentage of how much a made on my bitcoin, its a simple

i want also to receive interest on my btc also

thanks

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How about adding some basic features in trading and savings instead of fueling investing speculation for young people? Perhaps you want to guide the younger generation towards long term investing thinking instead of get rich quick schemes and speculative assets

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I am Metal user, but I can’t find the withdrawal button for my BTC.
Can you please help me, how to do it?

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Why is this only available to metal customers?
It’s our coins . You charge us to buy then we have to be metal customers to withdraw?
What about the ability to withdraw other coins.
Revolut would be my go to crypto exchange if

  1. You allow external transfer with all coins
  2. API for tax
  3. Ability to stake or earn yeild

Right now I see you as amateurs who trap newbies.

Please try harder

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thanks, now we have the PnL percentage

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I tried to withdraw my BTC from Revolut into another wallet but it only allows £500 per day. This is completely unhelpful for user because in short period of time, we should withdraw BTC into wallet and we can buy another currency in cripto wallet. This shouldn’t be controlled and this would be allowed to use freely. Please bring some changes, allow to transfer into wallet at least £50k. This would be a plenty of options for all of us.
I hope someone will fix this issue soon.

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So do we get to trade our crypto???

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My experience so far:

  1. I have upgraded to premium, as that also supports transfer to external wallets. Same limit of 3 addresses, £500 per day, £1000 per month

  2. Add an external address.

  3. Start a transfer to my external address.

  4. Transfer fails immediately with a status of “failed”.

  5. My 1 of 3 external addresses I’m allowed to have now has “This address is disabled” “You can’t withdraw to this address”

  6. Support don’t seem to understand what I’m asking about, so I’m basically left with a premium account that doesn’t do the one thing that I wanted it for.

  7. In fact support just seems like an automated process that just delays any kind of useful response.

There is no useful help about this. Do I need to do something to verify my identity ? Verify it’s my btc address? No help at all.

Hopefully it’s something easy to rectify, or I’ve just wasted £65 on a annual account fee that I don’t need.

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I find this to be disappointing.

When one pays for an enhanced service, the benefit which is paid for should certainly be available.

I will await the outcome of your situation before I consider entering into a potentially expensive paid for service.

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Ok. Now sorted.

Transfers to an external address do not work to a bech32 address. (Starting bc1…)

I used a P2SH address (staring 3…) and everything worked.

I have advised them to update their help text as this would have solved a lot of backward and forwards.

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When is this open to other countries? I agree, why can’t we send and receive OUR crypto. Is there a road map at least for this? I want to use my ETH but I have to sell and incur capital gains to do it. Not happy.

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I wonder if anybody in this forum has had that posibility? I am beta and metal and I do not have the option to withdraw any of my cryptos. Anybody?

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Metal and no withdrawal feature too.
Got in touch with Revolut, apparently they are working on this issue.

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Wait so there’s a cap of £500 a day on crypto withdrawals and that’s only available for metal users?? That’s not great at all tbh. You should be able to withdraw any crypto you want on the basic tier and if you’re going to cap withdrawals do it at 50k or something realistic. Crypto fluctuates alot so if you wanted to cash in on something you’d be stuck doing 500 a day.

If you are worried about users just withdrawing their crypto alot and using revolut as more a stepping stone for external crypto wallets etc. then create incentive to keep their crypto in their revolut account.

Things like performance charts, percentage increases, coin specific news aggregation below each holding, etc. These features could attract many crypto users from more crypto focused platforms but certainly not when you’re restricting peoples access to their own crypto.

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Wait, are YOU able to withdraw? which version are you on? and If you dont mind saying in which country?

If you’re addressing me, no I’m not able to withdraw because I’m on the free account tier. I’m in Ireland, so maybe there is a difference between the restrictions, considering the poster above is talking about British sterling.
I’ll have to look into it and find out the withdrawal limits ( if any), but just there shouldn’t be any.

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I want send, receive crypto currency, I want to stake my holdings. Binance offers for my coins 5-10% APY but I can’t send… it’s radicalise.

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