1. Access the Crypto Section
Start by heading to the ‘Crypto’ section of the Revolut app. This is where you can manage all your cryptocurrency transactions.
2. Select the Cryptocurrency
Tap ‘Send’ on the three dots, or tap ‘Send’ within the cryptocurrency you want to transfer. This will allow you to choose which cryptocurrency you want to send to an external address.
3. Choose ‘Wallets’
Next, select ‘Wallets’ to bring up your crypto address list. If ‘Wallets’ doesn’t appear, you may be ineligible for blockchain withdrawals, either due to the currency selected or your location. Revolut is continually working on bringing support for more currencies and locations, so stay tuned!
4. Add a Crypto Address
To add a crypto address, you can either use the QR code or manually insert the information. Revolut will send you a six-digit code via SMS, which you’ll need to enter to confirm the transaction.
5. Confirm the Transaction
After you’ve entered the six-digit code, confirm the transaction. The crypto will then be sent to the external address you’ve specified.
Remember, sending crypto to an external address involves certain risks, so always double-check the address before confirming the transaction. If you have any issues or questions, don’t hesitate to contact Revolut’s customer support through the in-app chat feature or by emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org.