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“I haven’t held a substantial amount of dogecoin since early-2015 so the market cap doesn’t mean a lot to me – it does however act as a barometer for crypto mania and speculation…I have a lot of faith in the dogecoin core development team to keep the software stable and and secure, but I think it says a lot about the state of the cryptocurrency space in general that a currency with a dog on it which hasn’t released a software update in over 2 years has a $1B+ market cap…I think it’s relatively safe to label the current market as a ‘bubble’, although it’s hard to predict how much it’ll inflate and for how long before it inevitably bursts.”
Because Bitcoin transactions are irreversible, it’s risky for a merchant to sell bitcoins for CC payments. Companies have found new ways to prevent fraud and thankfully this has made it much easier to buy with a CC, as evidenced by the many options listed above.
Big fan of Bittrex but currently only taking corporate accounts, so you would already need an account. Other than that, worth looking at poloniex, kraken (but may not have enough coins for you) and coinexchange
All you need is to register on their portal and submit some documents , get verified. You are on ! You can use their pre-decided buying option or you can alternately create a custom price by entering amount of bitcoins and expected value. You can pay using your selected payment method , your card or your bank account.
Not only exchange locations but exchanges abilities to keep their trading functionality working is also another factor when looking at their volume. Binance, for example, recently stopped its trading services to update its systems. During that period, volumes were obviously completely down, however now they’re back, they sit second for the highest volume in the last 24 hours according to coinmarkepcap.com.
Those investors who had the foresight (or the fortune) to buy into bitcoin in its earliest days and then held onto the cryptocurrency when it took off over the past year are now extremely wealthy. (See more: Who Are the Top 5 Bitcoin Millionaires?) The largest digital currency in the world by market capitalization has performed excessively well in the past few years, and the result is that many casual investors who timed it right and held onto their BTC ended up as millionaires.
Purchasing with a debit/credit card is one of the easiesy ways to buy bitcoins. Also one of the fastest! Since most people understand how to shop online using credit and debit cards, it may be easier for less technical buyers to use credit cards to purchase bitcoins.
maybe Mike could talk about Bisq decentralized bitcoin/altcoin exchange because that’s the best one right now. There’s also Etherdelta which in completely p2p and decentral but it’s only for trading the Ethereum IRC20 tokens, not bitcoin.
Lowest fees are probably on LocalBitcoins because you’re buying directly from other people and the site doesn’t take much, per trade. Using LocalBitcoins maybe requires a tad more technical know-how but the site is good and reliable and guides you through the process of signing up and initiating a trade nicely.
Localbitcoins have recently added the option for buyers and sellers to exchange bitcoins for PayPal. Due to the fear of reversible transactions and charge-backs, not many sites offer the use of this payment processor. Be aware that higher commissions are taken by sellers to cover the charge-back risk (where the buyer reverses the transaction).
Poloniex was once the best cryptocurrency exchange, before competitors like Bittrex starting offering superior services. Nevertheless Poloniex went through extremely fast traffic growth since the demise of its rival Cryptsy in 2016, and especially since the recent altcoin bubble of early 2017. Traffic has grown from 33 million monthly visits in November 2017 to 66 million in December 2017. Poloniex has the nicest trading interface out there, both for mobile and desktop users this will work wonders. Please note that because Poloniex is a pure “crypto” exchange, it is not possible to deposit government (fiat) currency. You’ll need to first buy bitcoin elsewhere, and then deposit it to be able to tade. I’ve written a full analysis of Poloniex, further exploring the founders, users, security, fees, history, and alternatives.
The advent of Bitcoin and its stellar rise over the last few years has investors pouring their money into cryptocurrencies by the millions. Cryptocurrencies and blockchain projects achieved impressive returns, as well as dramatic declines. 
The largest bitcoin exchange in the world at the moment in terms of US$ volume is Bitfinex, although it is mainly aimed at spot traders. Other high-volume exchanges are Coinbase, Bitstamp and Poloniex, but for small amounts, most reputable exchanges should work well. (Note: at time of writing, the surge of interest in bitcoin trading is placing strain on most retail buy and sell operations, so a degree of patience and caution is recommended.)
We really recommend storing any bitcoins you want to keep safe in a wallet you own. Many Bitcoin exchanges have been hacked and lost customer funds. If you don’t want to fall victim to these hacks then the easiest way is to store your coins in a wallet you control.
The good thing about Kraken is you can buy using FIAT and they charge you next to nothing to withdraw your funds. Most other sites charge higher fees when you buy and then again when you withdraw so you get bitten twice, so to speak.
So, Any thoughts about bit panda? My friends are trying to convince me to open an account there but after some research, I find a lot of different opinions… bitemycoin.com/cryptocurrency-exchanges/bitpanda-review/ says it’s one of the best, your comparison puts it in the middle, and bittrust.org/bitpanda shouts: IT’S A SCAM !! What’s your opinion?
Gemini is a fully registered, New York-based exchange that holds the status as being a NY state limited liability Trust. Its USP is its auctions, which are held twice a day and function pretty much like the auctions on major stock exchanges. Gemini operates in a similar space to Coinbase as it allows users to withdraw and deposit directly to and from their bank accounts. Although it serves a relatively small number of countries, the trust gives investors a bit more confidence compared to other entities in the cryptocurrency space. For a more in depth catch look at Gemini’s exchange, read my review.
Hi. I have been trying for months to purchase bitcoin but regardless of the sites or exchange I used, either did not service my area or I could not pass verification. I now believe that verification was not the problem, but my financial institutions. My last attempt was at Changelly. In this attempt, I made 3 attempts to make a purchase. 1st with my Chase credit card, 2nd with my Community Bank Debit card and 3rd with a Prepaid Walmart credit card, managed by Green Dot. These transactions tend to go thru Simplex and were all denied. I then called… Read »
I find HitBTC’s fees quite high, both deposit (1%) and withdrawal (2%), then including the execution fee (0.1%) adds up to to be quite expensive. We will be reviewing shortly though, so do wait for the full review.
Coinbase is 100% up there in my top sites to buy bitcoin. Why do I say this? Well first because they have the best UI for beginners. Second they are insured by Llyods bank. Third they have millions of users already. And finally because while their rates are not the best, they still offer relatively good commissions for buying using a card or bank transfer. It’s also a good place to get Ethereum without having to sign up to a new exchange you can use your existing account 🙂
Definitely be interested to hear about the decentralized sites to buy bitcoin!! Are there many of these? I’m guessing the decentralization would stop anyone from being able to shut them down? Sound pretty neat. Take that Mr financial regulator
‘Any user storing Bitcoin on Coinbase at the time of the fork will be credited with an equal amount of the new Bitcoin2x asset on the Bitcoin2x blockchain. No action is required – we will automatically credit your account.’
While Coinbase really does offer some very cool features for both beginners and experts, it is hard to believe that the best-funded bitcoin exchange out there persistently goes offline during large sell-offs. I urge caution if you are wanting to buy or sell your Bitcoin you may have to wait several hours just to sign in.
Zcash has pioneered a cutting-edge privacy technology, called “zk-SNARKs,” which enables everyone on the Zcash network to verify financial transactions as legitimate even where portions of the blockchain, or the shared record of Zcash payments, remain encrypted, thus masking details such as origin, destination, and sum exchanged from view. Grayscale suggests that this innovation improves upon the Bitcoin blockchain which, in contrast, leaves all those data visible. “We think of ZEC as the first globally accessible ‘offshore’ investment opportunity, or a Swiss bank account in your pocket, so to speak,” Grayscale says.
Pro-tip: Issues with your address/country? Try using Coinmama – it’s a great site for credit card purchases. Their service is becoming a very popular alternative because of the ease at which anyone can buy from anywhere around the world.
Coincheck is one of Japan’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges and offers leveraged trading in some digital coins for JPY (Japanese YEN) and vice versa, plus a spot buy/sell service, among others. The crypto exchange offers one type of account with a 1:5 leverage. But, users need to undergo a particularly strict verification process to use that account.