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May 12, 2017, 02:06:04 PM
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What would you consider to be the most diverse/popular, exchange/trading platforms for the top altcoins?
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May 13, 2017, 05:52:43 AM
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What would you consider to be the most diverse/popular, exchange/trading platforms for the top altcoins?
It's subjective.It depends what works for you.
Personally,I'll avoid yobit at any costs since they've a scam accusation open every other week.They do respond but after lot of wait and delays.Poloniex works great for me.Also supports the altcoins that I wish to invest in.


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May 18, 2017, 06:50:31 PM
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Thanks, I have started to use Poloniex also and its good, excellent range of altcoins also. The idea behind my question is the fact that I want to hold investments in a multitude of altcoins and be able to monitor and move them around with ease.
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May 19, 2017, 01:50:59 PM
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Poloniex and Bittrex.  I've heard kraken charges $50K to list a coin, which only hurts them in the long run.. coins like XEM not being listed is just lost revenue for them. I have no incentive to pool together $50K to get it listed, as nobody really 'needs' Kraken. It's their loss. Similarly, BTC-E is stuck in the stone ages, not updating their trading list to more reflect current demand. Who buys namecoin anyways? They were that way 3 years ago though.

GDAX is good for depositing USD into the system and getting your experience started. It's what I use.  It's coinbase without the 1.5% fees.   Keep in mind bitcoin has fairly high fees right now so expect to pay a buck or two when transferring bitcoin from exchange to exchange.

Bittrex is smaller and responds faster to customer requests, but poloniex will respond eventually. They just upped my withdraw limit to $25,000 after some time waiting, but I have been doing some trading with them.   I have had equal success with both, but bittrex servers are able to stay up more consistently, though poloniex has more liquidity.

One quick tip.. when using GDAX/coinbase, their 2 factor authentication sometimes lags... you should submit your code right at the end of the countdown.. sometimes you even have to submit it 5 seconds after the countdown ends and a new number shows up.

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May 20, 2017, 12:56:32 PM
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Poloniex and Bittrex.  I've heard kraken charges $50K to list a coin, which only hurts them in the long run.. coins like XEM not being listed is just lost revenue for them. I have no incentive to pool together $50K to get it listed, as nobody really 'needs' Kraken. It's their loss. Similarly, BTC-E is stuck in the stone ages, not updating their trading list to more reflect current demand. Who buys namecoin anyways? They were that way 3 years ago though.

GDAX is good for depositing USD into the system and getting your experience started. It's what I use.  It's coinbase without the 1.5% fees.   Keep in mind bitcoin has fairly high fees right now so expect to pay a buck or two when transferring bitcoin from exchange to exchange.

Bittrex is smaller and responds faster to customer requests, but poloniex will respond eventually. They just upped my withdraw limit to $25,000 after some time waiting, but I have been doing some trading with them.   I have had equal success with both, but bittrex servers are able to stay up more consistently, though poloniex has more liquidity.

One quick tip.. when using GDAX/coinbase, their 2 factor authentication sometimes lags... you should submit your code right at the end of the countdown.. sometimes you even have to submit it 5 seconds after the countdown ends and a new number shows up.

What? Seriously! For 50k$ to be added at them? I think those charges would be bad for them if your allegation is true since their are so many reputable who can add those coin cheaper than their asking price. They will surely be alerted since liqui,livecoin and cryptopia are getting more larger at these days and frequently i didn't want to trade on that exchange since they are so hassle to transact in their and their volume is not pretty nice to see.

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May 21, 2017, 08:51:35 PM
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What would you consider to be the most diverse/popular, exchange/trading platforms for the top altcoins?
to me as  i have a limited amount of money that  i already have invested in bitcoin, which i usually using for trading altcoin. for ths purposes i am using four wallets one is for trading and the second is for shopping and signature campaigns.   and these two wallets are from blockchain and yobit. but i think both of the are ok and i face no issue while using these wallets. the other two wallet from polonex and one is from c-cex for my currency signature campign for TOR coin.
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