The short answer is: No. The long answer is: it depends on if the receiving party accepts Ethereum deposits from smart contracts.
Why does this matter?
Ethereum transactions on the Blockport platform are generated from a smart contract. This means that the receiving party must support this type of transaction. For example, not all exchanges accept these deposits. Make sure your exchange does!
What happens if I send it to an exchange that does not accept Ethereum deposits from smart contracts?
Well this surely depends on the exchange but you could face a rather long waiting time to get your Ethereum into your wallet.
Are there other options when I want to send Ethereum to an exchange that does not accept Ethereum deposits from smart contracts?
If you need to send Ethereum to a receiving party who does not accept receiving Ethereum from smart contracts, you would need to send it to your personal wallet (for example MyEtherWallet) first. Or you could instead buy bitcoin and transfer bitcoin to the other exchange.
Users are not able to send or receive ETH from one Blockport account to another.
More information about Ethereum can be found here: https://ethereum.org/