How to Withdraw Funds through the Celsius Network App

Here’s a helpful guide that breaks down how to withdraw funds from your Celsius wallet, what information you’ll need, and what to do if you get stuck.

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How To Withdraw Funds:

1. From the home screen in your Celsius app, select “Withdraw.”

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To access your home screen, select the blue Celsius logo in the lower right-hand corner of your Celsius app.

2. From the coin dropdown list, select the coin you would like to withdraw from your wallet.

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This list will only display coins that you hold in your Celsius wallet.

3. Enter the amount you’d like to withdraw.

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You can enter this number in the coin amount (ex: 1 BTC) or the USD amount. Most withdrawals are processed automatically, and users can withdraw any amount at any time; however, our security policies may require additional withdrawal approval. For example, larger withdrawals above $50k are subject to additional security checks and may take up to 48 hours to process.

4. Enter (or confirm) your withdrawal address.

If this is your first withdrawal or the first time you are withdrawing a specific coin from your wallet, you will need to enter your withdrawal address.

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5. Confirm your withdrawal details.

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Select “Confirm withdrawal” from your app screen and follow the on-screen prompts. You will need to verify your PIN/2FA and enable email verification.

6. Verify your withdrawal request.

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To confirm your withdrawal, please open the confirmation email you received from Celsius and click on the “Confirm transaction” button within the email. Once the transaction is verified by the network, your withdrawn funds will be visible in your receiving wallet/exchange.

Withdrawal FAQ

Is there a maximum amount I’m allowed to withdraw?

No — Celsius users have free and unlimited access to their own funds. For security purposes, there is currently a soft cap on withdrawals of $50,000 or more in a 24-hour period. Larger withdrawals above $50k may take up to 24–48 hours to process.

What if my withdrawal doesn’t arrive to the withdrawal address?

Depending on the blockchain, it may just still be pending, certain coins can be very slow depending on the load on their network. You can see the transaction ID of your withdrawal in your withdrawal history, if your transaction has already been confirmed but you don’t see it in your destination wallet, you will have to contact the receiving wallet provider for support. They will need the transaction ID to locate your coins, you can safely give it to them via their support channels.

Why is my withdrawal address locked?

Withdrawal addresses are locked after the first withdrawal for security reasons. This way, in the rare chance a hacker is able to gain access to your account, the only place they can send your crypto is to a wallet that you already control. For information on how to change your withdrawal address, click here.

For more information about withdrawals from your Celsius wallet, review our support page or email

This post was last updated on Nov. 11, 2019.

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Celsius Network is a democratized interest income and lending platform accessible via a mobile app. Built on the belief that financial services should only do what is in the best interests of the community, Celsius is a modern platform where membership provides access to curated financial services that are not available through traditional financial institutions. Crypto holders can earn interest by transferring their coins to their Celsius Wallet and borrow USD against their crypto collateral at interest rates as low as 4.95% APR.

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