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Hi. Was trying to buy a small amount of ripple with Bitcoin, and all the exchange's ive tried are saying I have to send minimum of .003 (Shapeshift.io, Evercoin) Does anyone know why I can't buy small amounts of alt coins anymore?
It's in the best interest of centralized exchanges to keep Bitcoin a poorly developed protocol with expensive fees. So it would be practically impossible to trade it with decentralized exchanges or atomic swaps.
07-03 19:36 - 'Unlike other crypto exchanges like Bitfinex and Basefex, [HotBTC] offers zero trading fees and there no hidden charges for that.' by /u/july_canza removed from /r/Bitcoin within 68-78min
Deryk Makgill: “ Small Bitcoin blocks and high fees will push people into trivially censorable exchanges or politically captured second layer solutions like Liquid. Read the Blockstream fine print, it's all there. Massive scaling is the only path to freedom.”
06-25 13:35 - 'Other than really high fees, completely shit support, completely shit interface, and completely shit trading tools, yah, they are safe to use. / Here are the only other US-based exchanges. / / * [Binance US...' by /u/DarkMatterEclipse removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-5min
''' Other than really high fees, completely shit support, completely shit interface, and completely shit trading tools, yah, they are safe to use. Here are the only other US-based exchanges.
March 16, 2017: Rising Bitcoin fees force Xapo and other exchanges to stop paying miner transaction fees for users.
Three years ago today Xapo stopped paying Bitcoin miner transaction fees for users because it was getting too expensive for them. Jamie Redman had some good coverage for Bitcoin.com about it.
The news follows almost two weeks worth of backed up transactions filling the mempool. Currently, the backlog has over 200,000 unconfirmed transactions at the time of writing and has been this way for the past 36 hours. So far lots of people have been waiting over six hours to three days for one confirmation and have been complaining throughout forums. Furthermore, fees are higher than ever as May 16 reveals many people were paying upwards of $2 per transaction. Last week the average transaction cost for a normal 226KB tx was $1-1.50, and people still criticized wait times. People complaining about rising fees could be seen coming from both small blockers and big blockers over the past week.
On the peer-to-peer exchange, you can buy and sell bitcoin from other individuals with as low as 0% fees. Paxful charges 1% service fee but it is payable by the seller. Withdrawal fees are fixed at 0.0005 BTC covering the bitcoin network transaction fees. If you want to buy and sell bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies on an exchange, you’ll need to be aware of the fees that apply to trading. From deposit and trading fees to the charges that apply when you withdraw funds from your account, the fees imposed by your chosen platform can have a big impact on the overall cost of your trades. 6. Kraken. Kraken is one of the prominent Bitcoin exchange accepting fiat currencies like Euro. On January 2 nd, 2018, the exchange announced reductions in their trading fees, by introducing the “Maker-taker” model.According to the post, the ‘maker-taker model’ feature will ensure a reduced fee for the market-makers who offer liquidity to the market-makers. Bitcoin Exchange Fees. by exchange site. Dep. Deposit fees Trade Trading fees Withdrawal Withdrawal fees; BCEX - 0.1% / 0.2% 0.0005% Sign up: Bibox - 0.1% Bitcoin Exchange Guides to Buy, Trade, Sell, Mine and Store Crypto Assets Live Prices Top Coins Best Exchanges Crypto News Bitcoin 101 Bitcoin Exchange Guide is a hyperactive hybrid of heavy-handed cryptocurrency content curation creators from christened community contributors who focus on delivering today's bitcoin news, cryptoasset user