in term of transaction fee structure of the exchange like fixed fees, percentage fees and spread.
in and out fee
Been trading around a month now.
The best place to buy bitcoin in the US is coinbase.
The best way to get altcoins is buy BTC, LTC, or ETH on coinbase.
Transfer to gdax from coinbase.
Coinbase owns gdax so there is no fee.
Then transfer from Gdax to Binance (ne fee again) and make your trades for alts.
Before you get started trading look up data dash on YouTube. He has a lot of great videos on how to get started and has tutorial videos on how to read market trends. He does a daily update on the current market trends and what is causing these trends and where he thinks it’s headed. His alt coin picks have also performed ridiculously well.
This is what I did.
What are some of the best new crypto trading platforms and exchanges starting up in the last 6 months? I’ve been searching myself but haven’t found much that looks too good. Is it just me or not many new platforms have been launched in the last 6 months or so?
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One of only a handful of exchanges working tirelessly to meet regulatory requirements (based in Singapore).
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Im not looking to make much money, I just want to start trading.
I love the idea but I can’t really find where to start.
I have watched some youtube videos, and I want to buy something like Nano since its only like $2, but I don’t know where to do that, or how to know when to sell/buy.
(sorry if I haven’t used the right tags, I’m completely new, if that wasn’t obvious enough)
lol, I suppose the “random people trying to throw their money into crypto” sign is as good as any that a bubble is coming.
You’re going to have to sign up to a few exchanges.
As a new and coming crypto trader, I’m looking to start trading small amounts of money (<$100) in order to just get my feet wet and learn. That being said, I'd love a service that allows me to do so for as small a fee as possible (read: as free as possible). A $5 transaction fee would be absurd when buying $50 worth of crypto, let's say. Also if anyone has any other suggestions on what apps or services would be best to use when considering portfolio management or watching prices that would be greatly appreciated!
Check out coindominancecharts.com instead of coinmarketcap.
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Sending them KYC is fine. I have to send this shit to my landlords, when I travel, and multiple other places, and my identity won’t be stolen.
This is exactly the point of crypto. Not keeping it on an exchange someone else controls, you own your keys, you have responsibility.
I may buy stuff off shady exchanges. That’s part of the risk of Crypto, sometimes you have to muckdive to get gems.
I agree with you, but there are only a few exchanges I would trust enough to do KYC.
How is Bittrex not on that list.
IMO it’s the best overall exchange.
Those guys are security experts formerly employed by Microsoft and Blackberry as well … I trust them to hold a reasonable amount of $
Yeah, how about kraken failed to deliver trading functionality in any single bigger market movement of the last 6 months?
How about Bitshares and Waves DEX? How are they standing right now? Is there enough volume? Decent spreads? Are they usable?
At a glance, WavesLite seems quite unfinished and vacant, the only open orders are people trying to take advantage of people who might wander in and want to buy waves or smth. You can also deposit and buy waves/btc with a card, but it’s min 15$ and max 50$ transfers, with seemingly insane additional costs.
Okay, so I am very new to crypto and I’m currently trying to look for places where I can buy and sell the stuff. I’ve dabbled in Coinbase and, to me, it seemed alright, but I’ve been seeing a lot of bad posts about it, so I want to explore my options and maybe find a better place to do it.
What are some good and dependable places to trade in crypto other than coinbase?
Sorry if this get’s asked a lot. I just want to make sure of where to go.
You can buy/sell Bitcoin pretty much instantly at http://localbitcoins.com
Would really recommend just using coinbase. All of the bad press about it is from noobs who tried to sign up at the same time as a gazillion other people around 20k and got mad because of delays. I got on coinbase in August of 2016 and have had nothing but good experiences.
Hold is a strategy that may be the best choice in the long run.
But the frustration of the short and medium term in the world of cryptocurrencies is something that perhaps few can withstand.
I belive that there are a lot of profitable traders in this world.
Any of them can share with us their strategies and knowledge?
Nah but really, you need to study some books. Every trader trades their own way so to share a strategy just won’t work. Learning TA is easy, finding a system that works for you and developing the mental discipline is the hard part and you only get that with practice. Do you want to day trade? Swing trade? Scalp? Position? Do you want to trade momentum? Breakouts? Reversals? There’s too many ‘strategies’ that you will only figure out by practicing.Grab a book and start studying! I want to purchase some BTC and Coinbase is trying to charge me like 200$ to get less than 1 BTC. Could you please advise me on where would you get BTC with fiat with less fees and still in a secure way? Moreover I don’t like the latest choices of Coinbase but I have to admit that they have never been hacked so I am looking for something safe to make the purchase and move the BTC to my hardwallet.
Thanks in advance!
I want to purchase some BTC and Coinbase is trying to charge me like 200$ to get less than 1 BTC.
Could you please advise me on where would you get BTC with fiat with less fees and still in a secure way? Moreover I don’t like the latest choices of Coinbase but I have to admit that they have never been hacked so I am looking for something safe to make the purchase and move the BTC to my hardwallet.
*Trading fee assumes $1000 (or <$5000 trade).
If two are listed, first one is maker, second one is taker.-
1 When buying Bitcoin on Paxul, the rate is set by the seller themselves. Paxul makes money on charging fees to sellers.
2 BitPanda includes the fee in the offered price for the currency you are buying, so the amount you buy is always the amount you get.
Indian Traders can check out this new Cryptocurrency Exchange in India called Colodax.At Colodax, you get instant INR deposits and withdrawals. Also, they have kept their trading fees very low comparatively.Do check them out. Cheers!
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