How do I transfer tokens into and out of the Nash Exchange?
Transfers are controlled using the “Send/Receive” button, which can be found on both the “Funds” and “Trade” pages.
Your funds on Nash are stored in two places: your Nash wallet and the Nash Channels. The Nash wallet is used for storing and transferring digital assets. The Nash Channels is a smart contract capable of interacting with our matching engine. For more information, see here.
The Nash Channels is only capable of transferring funds to/from your Nash wallet. If you wish to trade funds that are currently in an external account (i.e. one that is not part of the Nash platform), you must first send them to your Nash Wallet, then transfer them to the Nash Channels. Likewise, if you wish to withdraw funds from the Nash Channels to an external account, you will have to do so by first sending them to your Nash wallet.
When transferring funds into Nash from an external account, we provide you with the address of your Nash wallet. You will need to use a wallet tool (e.g. MyEtherWallet for Ethereum or Neon for NEO) to send these funds from your external account to your Nash wallet address.
Please note that Bitcoin and Ethereum transfers will incur a network fee. This is required to secure the underlying blockchain networks.