Bitcoin (₿) is a cryptocurrency. It is a decentralized digital currency without a central bank or single administrator that can be sent from user to user on the peer-to-peer bitcoin network without the need for intermediaries.
Bitcoin mining is done by specialized computers. The role of miners is to secure the network and to process every Bitcoin transaction. Miners achieve this by solving a computational problem which allows them to chain together blocks of transactions (hence Bitcoin’s famous “blockchain”).
You can open your trading account without having to deposit. However, in order to start trading and get unlimited access to our education center and professional services, you need to fund your account with a minimum amount for any plan.
The minimum withdrawal amount for e-wallets is 20 20 YIP.
Upon login, click the Forgot your password? link under the button and enter your email address. A new password will be sent directly to your inbox and you can then log in and change the password in the Password page. If you do not remember which email address you used to open your trading account, please contact Customer Support.
Log in to your YIP COIN account, go to the trading platform, click on the withdraw funds tab. Enter the desired withdrawal amount (minimum 20 YIP) and click Withdraw. Your account manager will then contact you to finalize the transaction and you will receive your funds after approval and processing time.
Taxation generally depends on the tax law governing your country of residence. Therefore, YIP COIN cannot delegate responsibility with its clients and they must tend to their own tax liabilities.
The most common reason for login errors happens when the password is copy-pasted (since there may be spaces before or after the password.) Make sure you type it correctly. An additional reason for login error is when your browser is storing old passwords through cookies. Please clear the cookies through the browser settings and if the problem persists, try entering with a different browser. For further assistance, please contact our support team to help you.
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