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If you’re looking to buy large quantities of Bitcoin, you can use OTC (Over the Counter) exchanges. OTCs specialize in fulfilling large orders and, as such, can usually execute your order a lot faster than traditional exchanges can.
Shapeshift is a cryptocurrency exchange that allows for instant cryptocurrency exchange. It offers a wide range of altions however does not allow you to buy or sell using fiat currency, meaning first time investors, this isn’t for you. The main goal is to allow traders to switch between crypto assets simply and quickly. For more information into fees etc, read our the Shapeshift review.
There are other exchanges out there that are specifically designed for high rollers, Cumberland mining will only accept clients who are looking to invest over $100,000. However for those in the middle I would recommend you check out CryptoGo.
Most exchanges accept payment via bank transfer or credit card, and some are willing to work with Paypal transfers. And most exchanges charge fees (which generally include the fees for using the bitcoin network).
You should now be brought to a page that lets you choose how many bitcoins you want to buy. You can choose one of the set amounts-0.5, 1, 1.2, or 2 bitcoins-or scroll down a bit more to select your own amount.
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Probably not. Payment processors like Visa, Mastercard and American Express charge at least 2.9% per transaction. So any exchange selling bitcoins for CC payments is always going to pass this fee off to you, plus charge a bit more to make a profit. The fees could get lower if some exchange cuts a deal with a credit card processing company to get lower fees.
Perhaps you’re not interested in saving or trading cryptocurrencies; you want to be an active part of the ecosystem. Things get a bit complicated here, as each cryptocurrency is different. With Bitcoin, you can buy stuff at numerous online (and even some offline) stores. Overstock, Steam, and Microsoft all accept Bitcoin in some capacity. 
All cryptocurrencies are extremely volatile, and you should be prepared to lose a large percentage of value in a flash. Bitcoin fluctuated wildly in the last few weeks of 2017, with its price rocketing up from $10,240 to $19,994 in early December before dropping by a quarter shortly afterwards. In January it completely crashed to around $10,000 before dipping to less than $9,000 in February.
The China-based cryptocurrency exchange began live trading in July 2017, so is fairly new to the crypto exchange world. However it has proven itself thus far to its clients, with its robust charting software and both basic and advanced interfaces attracting novice and expert traders. We’ve written an in depth analysis of Binance.
There’s a couple of things you can do to minimize that risk, most of which are obvious (for example: choose a good password for your account, store it securely, and enable two-factor authentication). Also, some exchanges such as Coinbase offer the service of a “vault,” which lets you store your bitcoin such a way that it takes a longer period of time and multiple checks for anyone, including you, to access it. 
Ethereum, currently the second largest cryptocurrency in terms of market value, is different. Since Ethereum is more of a platform for decentralized applications and less of a payment system (it works as both, though), you’ll need ETH to participate in token sales, and to build your own apps on the platform. 
Many people have lost hundreds of millions of dollars because of Bitcoin exchanges being hacked and losing customer funds. If you control the private keys yourself then you will not be a victim of these hacks.
Platforms such as LocalBitcoins will help you to find individuals near you who are willing to exchange bitcoin for cash. Also, LibertyX lists retail outlets across the United States at which you can exchange cash for bitcoin. And WallofCoins, Paxful and BitQuick will direct you to a bank branch near you that will allow you to make a cash deposit and receive bitcoin a few hours later.

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