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May 02, 2017, 06:33:27 PM
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Anyone knows?
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May 02, 2017, 11:47:33 PM
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As I know bitfinex, (if you means lending for margin trade).

by the way you in wrong section, move topic to Service Discussion

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May 03, 2017, 01:54:41 AM
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As I know bitfinex, (if you means lending for margin trade).

by the way you in wrong section, move topic to Service Discussion

You sure?

The only way you can lend BTC free of scam that I know off is in exchange.
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May 03, 2017, 04:14:59 PM
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The only way you can lend BTC free of scam that I know off is in exchange.
I think you are talking about margin lending in trading platform, yes they are the secure way to lend your bitcoin for little profit. But you have to select secure trading platform, apart from poloniex bitfinex also have margin trading but i don't want to recommend you to use bitfinex.

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May 03, 2017, 05:33:43 PM
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If you are speaking about taking loans in general then Loanbase or bitbond could do the job as BTCJam is no longer taking loan requests anymore as the scam level is so high (I suspect that all the other platforms will do the same thing eventually) otherwise you have what above users proposed.

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May 04, 2017, 04:52:52 AM
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Any trading platform that have margin trading will allow you to lend BTC or any coin that is in margin trading.
Few of them are ;
1. Bitfinex
2. Kraken
3. Cex.io
4. Gdax


Bitstamp also gonna introduce margin trading soon.

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May 04, 2017, 05:25:57 AM
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Any trading platform that have margin trading will allow you to lend BTC or any coin that is in margin trading.
Few of them are ;
1. Bitfinex
2. Kraken
3. Cex.io
4. Gdax

Bitstamp also gonna introduce margin trading soon.

I think he wants to lend/loan his own BTC, not to get a margin loan to trade BTC. In this case Polo and Bitfinex are the only ones. I dont think Kraken and the rest allow users to lend their own BTC.
I might be wrong since I m not a native English speaker.

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May 04, 2017, 11:47:23 AM
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Any trading platform that have margin trading will allow you to lend BTC or any coin that is in margin trading.
Few of them are ;
1. Bitfinex
2. Kraken
3. Cex.io
4. Gdax

Bitstamp also gonna introduce margin trading soon.

I think he wants to lend/loan his own BTC, not to get a margin loan to trade BTC. In this case Polo and Bitfinex are the only ones. I dont think Kraken and the rest allow users to lend their own BTC.
I might be wrong since I m not a native English speaker.

Can anyone confirm?

Also someone tell me they won't recommend bitfinex. I wonder why.
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May 04, 2017, 12:27:58 PM
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I think he wants to lend/loan his own BTC, not to get a margin loan to trade BTC. In this case Polo and Bitfinex are the only ones. I dont think Kraken and the rest allow users to lend their own BTC.
I might be wrong since I m not a native English speaker.

Correct. Someone brought this up on reddit and the CEO of kraken replied here:

https://www.reddit.com/r/BitcoinMarkets/comments/4cmzit/is_kraken_lending_out_customer_funds/d1jpmyu/

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We're using a combination of our own assets and private loans to fill our margin pool. The advantage is that we can always offer the same rate. The disadvantage is that at times of peak activity, it's possible for the pool to be exhausted. I like the peer lending approach, being able to offer clients an opportunity to earn interest, but we determined it to have regulatory complications we didn't want to deal with.

So you can't lend on kraken because they haven't got regulatory approval for it.

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May 04, 2017, 09:46:16 PM
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Any trading platform that have margin trading will allow you to lend BTC or any coin that is in margin trading.
Few of them are ;
1. Bitfinex
2. Kraken
3. Cex.io
4. Gdax

Bitstamp also gonna introduce margin trading soon.

how can lending in kraken i see in there only support margin trading but without lending same in bitfinex and poloniex
cex.io without lending only support margin trading
about Gdax i can't review because my country not support Gdax(coinbase exchanger)

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May 05, 2017, 03:43:44 AM
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Anyone knows?

Try the newest exchange Liqui.io . They also have that feature. But first you also need to verify your account just like Poloniex. And I highly recommend liqui.io about lending service.


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May 05, 2017, 12:14:15 PM
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Kraken, Liqui.io and Bitfinex.

I would strongly advise against using Bitfinex. They have been having slot of trouble recently, and have stopped fiat withdrawals and limited their withdrawals to Bitcoin. They've already fell victim to a painful hack, which damaged their reputation. They may go rogue soon.
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May 06, 2017, 06:57:39 AM
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Anyone knows?

Try the newest exchange Liqui.io . They also have that feature. But first you also need to verify your account just like Poloniex. And I highly recommend liqui.io about lending service.

Excellent, Liqui is about to offer margin lending as well. Great move to differentiate funds.

It might take some time until they the word gets spread about this.

Bitfinex, I think there s more FUD about this exchange then there are actually problems. I think they ll survive this one the same way they survive that hack.

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May 06, 2017, 10:47:36 PM
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Almost all the biggest bitcoin exchangers are offering margin trade lending options. My only advice to you as I already saw at other guys is to stay away of bitfinex, they've been already 2 times hacked and personally I don't think they will ever recover.
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November 29, 2017, 09:16:25 AM
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Has there been any additional exchanges platforms that allow crypto Margin lending?

So far I understand that Bitfinex and Poloniex allow it - I've tried it and can confirm.  I read that Liqui.io and possibly Bitmex also allow it - I will check these today.  Are there any other exchanges that people are aware of?
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November 29, 2017, 09:27:28 AM
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Has there been any additional exchanges platforms that allow crypto Margin lending?

So far I understand that Bitfinex and Poloniex allow it - I've tried it and can confirm.  I read that Liqui.io and possibly Bitmex also allow it - I will check these today.  Are there any other exchanges that people are aware of?

Bitfinex and Poloniex are the most liquid and reliable markets. If you want to lend at the spread or slightly better, you can usually find liquidity fairly quickly. I don't use Liqui.io personally, but I do know that they offer margin lending with interest similar to Bitfinex and Poloniex.

Bitmex doesn't have the same sort of P2P lending. You can definitely earn interest income there, but it's a lot more complex. I suggest reading in detail how their perpetual swaps work before "lending" there. Here is a snippet from a blog they published last year:

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If the USD rate is greater than the Bitcoin rate, sellers of XBTUSD will receive daily Bitcoin interest income. Going naked short XBTUSD to earn interest income exposes your portfolio to Bitcoin price risk. The solution is to hedge your short XBTUSD position with a long spot Bitcoin position.

Trade Flow:

With $10,000, buy 20 Bitcoin at a price of $500.
Transfer a minimum of 0.2 Bitcoin as margin to BitMEX, then sell 10,000 XBTUSD contracts at $500.
Store the remaining Bitcoin securely in cold storage.
Each day you will receive the USD Rate – Bitcoin Rate.

There's a tutorial on how their swaps work in the blog I linked. Good luck.

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