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November 02, 2015, 01:43:31 AM
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Looking for exchanges to avoid and which ones are fastest.

I just don't want to get GOXED?  Grin
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November 02, 2015, 07:58:14 AM
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kraken is the fastest for me sepa in 8 hours max if done at the morning, otherwise the next day, weekend is excluded

coinimal e circle are also fast enough, well circle isn't really an exchange...
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November 02, 2015, 11:43:03 AM
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If people knew what exchanges are going to die or get ''hacked'' no one would use them. Why do you care so much about how fast they process bank withdrawals, are you planning on making withdrawals all the time, or am i missing something. I dont think many exchanges target how fast they can process withdrawals but maybe im wrong
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November 02, 2015, 01:18:35 PM
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Still withdrawal speed is quite important at least for me. If you would not need fiat and are patient, you don't need to request withdrawals. Whatever reasons are, you request withdrawal as you need it now. Some exchanges are promoting "fast withdrawal" as their advantages.

Of course it is not directly related to be goxed stuff.




If people knew what exchanges are going to die or get ''hacked'' no one would use them. Why do you care so much about how fast they process bank withdrawals, are you planning on making withdrawals all the time, or am i missing something. I dont think many exchanges target how fast they can process withdrawals but maybe im wrong

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November 02, 2015, 05:23:30 PM
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Looking for exchanges to avoid and which ones are fastest.

I just don't want to get GOXED?  Grin

Once again, we don't know where are you from! We might tell you Kraken with SEPA deposit and withdrawal that will get there in 1 business day but you might be in a country where you can't use Kraken.

So tell us where are you located and you will get an exact info!

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November 03, 2015, 01:46:55 PM
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coinimal e circle are also fast enough, well circle isn't really an exchange...

Coinimal looks interesting. Haven't heard much of them before and there's not much going on in their official thread.

Do you use them? Is it standard exchange, where you can place buy/sell orders, or can you only buy/sell at their own, set rates?

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November 04, 2015, 07:19:24 AM
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coinimal e circle are also fast enough, well circle isn't really an exchange...

Coinimal looks interesting. Haven't heard much of them before and there's not much going on in their official thread.

Do you use them? Is it standard exchange, where you can place buy/sell orders, or can you only buy/sell at their own, set rates?

no it is not a standard exchange, you sell something and it is all done internal, they don't hold your funds, it will be automatically converted and sent to your bank, it's like you act directly with your bank account/paypal/whatever method you use, it's very convenient

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November 04, 2015, 10:17:14 AM
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coinimal e circle are also fast enough, well circle isn't really an exchange...

Coinimal looks interesting. Haven't heard much of them before and there's not much going on in their official thread.

Do you use them? Is it standard exchange, where you can place buy/sell orders, or can you only buy/sell at their own, set rates?

no it is not a standard exchange, you sell something and it is all done internal, they don't hold your funds, it will be automatically converted and sent to your bank, it's like you act directly with your bank account/paypal/whatever method you use, it's very convenient


Thanks. That's what I thought. I may give them a try soon, when BTC price settles.

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