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Author Topic: does cancel the sell order equal to withdrawal?  (Read 16 times)
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December 19, 2017, 02:56:30 PM

i surprisedly find it that on bittrex tradding marketting , as i  cancel some sell orders ,the website automatically regard it as i have done some withdrawing actions.
as it is said on bittrex official website,"Withdraws - Our intention is to not make any profits on withdraws.  However, each coin has a network transfer fee that is built into the coin.  This means that we must charge a small amount to cover this fee.  You can view the fee for a coin by clicking the - next to the coin to bring up the withdraw window which shows the fee."
so as i cancel some orders even if it didnt make a successful deal ,bittrex still seem it as i have done some withdraws.with this logic, my cryptocurrencies on the website must have done some transfer frome one wallet to another. so how can i check the transfer during these processes?i just cant find the address of my deposit wallet on the website,as i click on generate a new address,it tells me that cant generate bla bla.
do you think it is reasonable to consider cancelling orders as withdrawal?so do i said above because i find the cancelling orders are listed on the withdraw history list.i am really confused on this my opinion ,whatever any transaction is not done ,the exchange should not charge any fees.regardding cancelling as a transaction is also a low trick.or i doesnt quite get the regulations of the web exchange ?
Mr. Good who is familiar to this situation can do me some favour?
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