Never pay to receive a withdrawal. If they wanted to send you money, they could deduct the fees from the sum they claim you own in your account.
It's a common scam to be asked for money so that you withdraw your funds. In fact, if you pay, they'll find a different excuse and ask you again to pay them, while you in reality never had any money on their website....
No, when transferring or selling Bitcoin you don't ever have to first pay any sort of extra fee in advance.
Being asked to pay in extra money for any sort of fee is a trick of confidence tricksters (conmen, scammers, fraudsters)
Ordinary Bitcoin transactions will deduct a small amount of Bitcoin from the balance as a transaction fee (not a transfer fee), but ...
This is unrelated to Bitcoin itself. Bitpanda has a minimum withdrawal amount, and it seems that you do not have at least that amount to withdraw. The amount seems to be the equivalent of 100 USD (specifically, it is 0.002167 BTC at time of writing).
If you do in fact have more funds in your account than that amount, I would advise contacting Bitpanda for ...
From the values you present, it appears that Binance has a flat fee of 5 mBTC for withdrawals of less than 0.1 BTC. While transaction fees in Bitcoin scale with the data written to the blockchain rather than the value transferred, it is magnitudes more than the cost of creating a transaction output. In the past, flat fees of such amounts were not unheard of, ...
I had many of the same questions when I first started using the lightning network and BlueWallet.
To move funds back to an "on-chain" BTC wallet you can use the exchange function.
Open your BlueWallet Lightning Wallet
Select Manage Funds
This will take you to zigzag.io where you can send a lightning payment and receive BTC at a BTC ...
I can't find anything to send sats to , as a test. Why did I just put funds in a lightning wallet I cannot use?
The lightning network is a young technology, but nonetheless there are plenty places online / IRL that accept lightning payments. A quick websearch brings up tons or results, for example:
You can not cancel the transaction, but what you can do is to spend that same UTXO to a different address of yourselves (effectively a double-spend).
The reason it has no confirmations is likely that the fee is not sufficient for miners to prioritise your transaction in their mempool. As long as it has no confirmations, you can still double-spend to an ...
I want to know if there's any other alternative to it.
If no offers exist. Create offers. Users run the client on their machine, create their offers, decide their peers, No KYC and you have the keys and everything is decentralized including disputes.
If any issues use the links mentioned in the bottom-right of the website:
If bitcoin is converted to fiat money on an exchange, the exchange has irrefutable knowledge of your identity because they require the account name and bank account name to match.
Use Bisq and other non-KYC Exchanges. Also follow the best practices mentioned in this comment:
Don't reuse addresses.
Use coinjoin and payjoin when required.
Run and use your ...
When you bought bitcoins on Bybit, Bybit added the corresponding Bitcoin balance to your account. Your request to withdraw your funds to your Coinbase wallet caused Bybit, in the role of the custodian of your funds, to issue a payment that sent the funds to your wallet (and reduce your balance with Bybit accordingly).
Bitcoin transactions may perform ...