“dogecoin pool +euro currency exchange”

But first, a disclaimer: Bitcoin, Ethereum, and so many of the other cryptocurrencies out there can be a way to pay for stuff online, sure. And they can also be (if they aren’t already more popular as) investments. And investments, you might know, can go up and down. You can gain money on them, or lose it. And those values can fluctuate wildly, as you might’ve also seen lately. 
I enjoyed the layout and raking of these top-rated bitcoin exchanges. However I would say that if you’re going to list & recommend Bitcoin.de as a site to buy with a bank transfer, then you should definitely list Kraken also. Both sites offer excellent fees and withdraw/deposit Ok it’s true that they don’t have the most beginner-optimized processes for purchasing. I think coinbase has a superior layout and is better adapted to beginner than Kraken which has far too many buttons, sub pages and trading features.
Binance stands as the first Chinese cryptocurrency exchange to gain massive mainstream & international appraisal. Currently, new users are joining the platform faster than even Poloniex ever knew. The exchange offers its own token (BNB) which allows traders to get a 50 percent discount on fees when placing orders. Launch date was in mid-2017 and kicked off with a very successful ICO fundraiser (over 20 million usd raised).
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 🙂
Most wallets will create a new address for you, and you can send your BTC or ETH to that address. A small fee will be deducted and you’re now in control of your funds. Again, this comes with certain risks. You could forget your password. You could get hacked. You could lose your smartphone (which is why you should always generate and keep a backup phrase somewhere if you have a mobile wallet). 
Most Localbitcoin sellers will allow PayPal purchases ranging between 10 usd to 1500 usd. The big downside is that they require you to have community reputation (previous purchase history). Sellers do this in-order to minimize the risk that bad-actors reverse the PayPal transaction while keeping the bitcoins.
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 in such a way that it takes a longer period of time and multiple checks for anyone, including you, to access it. 
Buying limits. For purchases via debit/credit card, the limit is only of USD 520 BTC per day. However for purchases through cash, the limit per day is USD 1,500 or USD 2,500 which is dependent on the area of residence.
Also a mention of decentralized exchanges could be cool. The bitcoin trading industry is definitely heading for a decentralized future. Such platforms provide countless advantages to users over the traditional custodial sites. For instance users’ funds are always kept in wallets belonging to the user. Let’s not forget how robust a decentralized bitcoin exchange is – it would be hard for bad actors to take it down like they do with traditional sites such as Poloniex or Kraken.
Hi Mike, these reviews of the nicest places for buying bitcoin have helped me enormously. I’ve even understood the difference with depositing by credit card vs bank transfer (less fees with the latter on most exchanges).
If you came to this page because there are just too many places to buy bitcoin – then you are at the right place. The overwhelming number of bitcoin exchanges makes it hard to narrow down to only the best options out there. From there being only six major trading sites in 2014 to more than two hundred in 2017 – it’s no surprise that new bitcoiners get lost when researching where to get their first bitcoins.
Summary: Virwox is not a Bitcoin exchange per se. It’s actually a Second Life reseller which allow you to exchange SLL (Second Life Linden’s) in to Bitcoins. So why is it listed here? Because currently it’s the only known exchange in which you can buy Bitcoins with PayPal.
Hackers can also break in and steal it. It’s happened before; in the summer of 2017, $32M in Ethereum was stolen. One of the largest bitcoin exchanges, Mt. Gox, has had some of its bitcoin stolen, and it went bankrupt in 2014. 
Litecoin offers its own advantages. Its creator is a known and active entity in the cryptocurrency community. It has a capacity for faster transactions — a potential advantage in and of itself, which also provides for a different set of use cases than bitcoin. And it still offers the potential for profitable mining, unlike bitcoin.
Bitstamp are big in Europe and, since 2011, have moved from Slovenia, and the United Kingdom in search of sound regulatory environments. Good volumes are available for larger trades. Well received by people using SEPA and credit cards. Both euro and US dollar deposits are accepted. I like Bitstamp because they really focus on being a pure bitcoin-only exchange (update: since 2017 Bitstamp have started adding popular cryptocoins). Please read my Bitstamp critique for analysis of factors such as security, fees, and the history.
Aside from bitcoin, there are many more cryptocurrencies out there. In fact there are thousands of popular “altcoins” (alternative coins) that are traded every second, round the clock. Below I’ve listed two of the most popular exchanges for trading cryptocurrencies. Do please note that you can only deposit BTC (and other non-fiat coins) onto these sites.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *