“forex currency rates live -doge to btc”

Little suspicious Binance mentioned here. Especially considering Bittrex is closed to new users, and Bitfinex requires $10,000 in cash or crypto on their site before you can even trade. Also trading fees on Binance are .05% if you use their platforms currency for the transaction fee. I started with Coinbase, just to get my feet wet, and GDAX to learn how to trade. Moved to Binance to start trading in alt-coins not available on GDAX. Cost is almost nothing to move money(fiat/dollars) from my bank to Coinbase. Just takes a little time, about 5 business days for me. Little… Read more »
Coinbase’s support for bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum — as well as Bitcoin Cash, a new branch of the bitcoin blockchain created in August 2017 — helped install and keep them among the most visible and well-capitalized cryptocurrencies. Rounding out the top 10, in terms of market capitalization, is a dynamic shortlist that has included established coins and upstarts like Ripple, Cardano, Neo, Stellar, Eos and IOTA.
There are some downsides to transacting in this manner. Fees are astronomical anywhere you make a credit card transaction and none more so than Indacoin. Users really do pay a price for convenience. There are buy limits to be aware of with a maximum of $750. That being said, the service does do what it says in a legitimate manner.
A friend has recommended the Canadian exchange “Quadrigacx.com” for the sale of the main cryptos (including Bitcoin Gold). Surprisingly. they require NO verification for the cashing out of cryptos. Their interface is clear and simple.
If you are in Europe and in a country which participates in SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area), you are charged next to nothing to withdraw funds (€0.15 with Coinbase) which is great. The same goes for all sites which support SEPA. Kraken, for example, charges €0.09 for withdrawals.
Coinbase gives users the option to store coins in what it calls ‘the Vault’ (a more secure location because allegedly not even Coinbase can access coins in the Vault). This is good because security can be a concern with some of the lesser known sites. In short, Coinbase is a trustworthy brand and a safe and secure place to buy Bitcoin.
Coinbase seems to be a good and bad choice at the same time. BTC traders obviously value security, so the insurance feature is a great thing. However, it’s going to be cumbersome whenever it goes offline for hours on end whenever huge self-offs happen. Sure, the top users can move their coins using the multi-signature wallet, but that means the greater fraction of users is left to wait. Anyway, my interest got piqued by two things here: currency availability and remittance services. Currently, the US and European countries have many options to buy and sell BTC. Cex.io offers it in… Read more »
Below is a table that summarizes the best places to buy bitcoin. You’ll find sites ranked by: available payment methods, fees, ease-of-use, and reputation. The “reputation” column represents the overall user feedback received in forums. Some sites have multiple methods to deposit money, while others focus on one. The fee column represents commission levels on each exchange.
Regardless of your intent, the same logic applies. Keep the crypto that you won’t need for a while in a secure wallet, a vault, or cold storage. And keep a separate wallet with a portion of your overall funds—perhaps a mobile one—for those daily transactions.
Is it the same in case I just hold my BTC in a paper wallet? Of course, yes. Just like the BitcoinCash chain split, if you hold the bitcoin in a wallet over which you control the private keys), then you have full (and immediate) access to token on both chains. As we saw with Coinbase, customers still have not yet been credited their owed BitcoinCash chainsplit tokens. Who knows who fast customers will get their Segwit2x tokens this time. Let’s see… Coinbase is a custodial wallet. This means it’s not your bitcoin as long as you store it with… Read more »
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. 
Now, others who seek to emulate the returns of their peers are looking for the next big thing in the market. There are currently hundreds of alternate cryptocurrencies, referred to as “altcoins.” Often the newest ICO, or initial coin offering, represents an opportunity to multiply one’s investment , but they are also highly risky. However, it’s hard to predict which coins will receive the most attention and why. With the right recipe, a cryptocurrency can achieve sustainable growth and keep it once the bubble pops. (See also: Is ‘Buy and Hold’ the Best Bitcoin Investment Strategy?)
Hidden fees and caveats of all sorts are possible. Most cryptocurrencies are decentralized by nature, but most apps that simplify the process of buying, selling and owning crypto are centralized, and you’re forced to depend on the intentions and capabilities of the people who maintain them. For example, Coinbase has limits on how much money you can spend in a certain time frame; there’s also a limit on how much you can hold in your account at any given time. 
Coinmama, based in Israel, accepts both credit card and cash (via Western Union or MoneyGram). I often recommend Coinmama as a backup option for buying BTC with a card when other exchanges are not accepting your card. Coinmama has a very flexible policy with regards to the amount of countries that are accepted (far more than Coinbase). Due to a relatively “offshore” location and cash deposit methods, Coinmama is another excellent site to keep things as private as possible. This goes without saying, the website is nicely designed and works perfectly on a mobile browser as well as desktop. As a beginner, my mother finds Coinmama really easy to use. Customer support is truly amazing compared to Coinbase or other large exchanges. I strongly believe that Coinmama will rise to become a very popular option.
If it’s lower fees you’re after, LocalBitcoins is another good option because the site simply puts buyers and sellers in contact with one other and offers an escrow service to ensure nobody gets ripped off. It is solely for bitcoin trading but a benefit it has is that it operates in all countries and buyers can pay for Bitcoins however they like, though most pay via cash deposit. Just remember to follow the rules of the site and beware of scammers.
Although HitBTC gained considerable traction over the past year since it’s launch, much like iGot it still hasn’t managed to reach the “big leagues” of Bitcoin exchange (i.e. Coinbase, Circle, Bitstamp etc.)
And we’re back to the desktop. When I tried to sell the bitcoin, the app told me either the amount was invalid or I couldn’t pay with the given method. I didn’t understand what that meant and didn’t want to enter a wrong number.
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.

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