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September 01, 2017, 11:54:19 AM
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can someone please guide which exchange has the highest no. of all these weirdo altcoins available and also accepts payment through fiat currency preferably through debit card
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September 01, 2017, 12:43:28 PM
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I think yobit has the largest number of altcoins available, but keep in mind most of them are just useless coins. Also coins are often removed due to low volume, etc. Yobit is a good choice for you anyway, also because they accept fiat money deposits. To deposit fiat you have the following options: Payeer, PerfectMoney, Capitalist, QiWi.


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September 01, 2017, 01:13:44 PM
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C-CEX - small (in volume). Yobit a lot of shit coins that are only released there and there and die. Livecoin is a relatively small Russian stock exchange. Cryptopia - a small fork stock, forks a lot, volumes are not very. Verification is not required. Registered in New Zealand.
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September 01, 2017, 02:05:16 PM
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I think yobit has the largest number of altcoins available, but keep in mind most of them are just useless coins. Also coins are often removed due to low volume, etc. Yobit is a good choice for you anyway, also because they accept fiat money deposits. To deposit fiat you have the following options: Payeer, PerfectMoney, Capitalist, QiWi.

Well I actually viewed about yobit's current situation here was progressive and I think they've removed those coins with low volume, because that low volume isn't profitable yet due to less demand on buying. But if I will be choosing what's better maybe I will choose cryptopia for now and that exchanger was having good trading reputations as well, but if we compared it with yobit there were previous issues that I think lowered there reputations like withdrawal concern and also with depositors concerns regarding their exchanged coins.
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September 01, 2017, 02:09:57 PM
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I think yobit has the largest number of altcoins available, but keep in mind most of them are just useless coins. Also coins are often removed due to low volume, etc. Yobit is a good choice for you anyway, also because they accept fiat money deposits. To deposit fiat you have the following options: Payeer, PerfectMoney, Capitalist, QiWi.

Yes most of yobit coins are shitcoins/useless coin that is why I don't trade in that site I prefer Bittrex they also have plenty of coins and the volume is pretty good.

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September 01, 2017, 02:24:16 PM
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Bittrex does have a huge number of altcoins on their platform for trading, but looking at the current market trend now, I would prefer to keep more bitcoin on hands rather than trade them into some unpopular altcoins as bitcoin price might rise higher in November with all the Segwit2x news spreading fast.
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September 01, 2017, 06:34:16 PM
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Bittrex has many coins, but unlike yobit, it's a great exchange, really great guys behind it, safe, fast.... my fav !

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September 02, 2017, 04:07:36 PM
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Bittrex has many coins, but unlike yobit, it's a great exchange, really great guys behind it, safe, fast.... my fav !

I am also recommend bittrex for altcoin exchange. as an alternative if you feel less familiar with poloniex. Because, in my opinion both are the best exchanges with very high trading volume and have selected altcoin.

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September 02, 2017, 09:41:53 PM
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thanks everyone. so I've two choices - yobit or bittrex. I guess people here are recommending more bittrex as compared to yobit? Any reason for this plz?
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September 02, 2017, 10:10:04 PM
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thanks everyone. so I've two choices - yobit or bittrex. I guess people here are recommending more bittrex as compared to yobit? Any reason for this plz?

Bittrex do not list coins as easy as Yobit do. Coins That are listed in Bittrex are more promissing. Yobit list any unvaluable and useless coin just because of their profit.

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September 02, 2017, 10:34:12 PM
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thanks everyone. so I've two choices - yobit or bittrex. I guess people here are recommending more bittrex as compared to yobit? Any reason for this plz?

Bittrex do not list coins as easy as Yobit do. Coins That are listed in Bittrex are more promissing. Yobit list any unvaluable and useless coin just because of their profit.
Besides from that, Bittrex's support is the best support service among all exchange sites. If you have a problemon there, your problem would be like resolved in short time. Yobit has the worst support so if you have problem on Yobit, your problem likely won't be unresolved.

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September 02, 2017, 10:59:04 PM
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hi all

can someone please guide which exchange has the highest no. of all these weirdo altcoins available and also accepts payment through fiat currency preferably through debit card

i suggest you to use bitrex. but you cant use credit card.
for using credit card, you can use cex.io

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HitBTC have a huge number of coins listed. according to Coinmarketcap, they have about 148 pairs to trade:

https://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/hitbtc/

You don't need verification to use their exchange - just an email and password.

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September 03, 2017, 01:51:57 PM
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C-CEX - small (in volume). Yobit a lot of shit coins that are only released there and there and die. Livecoin is a relatively small Russian stock exchange. Cryptopia - a small fork stock, forks a lot, volumes are not very. Verification is not required. Registered in New Zealand.
Date of creation 2015 year.

I would not advise on these exchanges to trade. sorry for my English


I would have to agree that yobit has alot of coins but they do not have the volume.
Crypotopia is rather good for it's customer base and has a clean also one of the easiest to understand interface to start using and even a marketplace with a few items.

There is Etherdelta which is not even viewed as a normal exchange.
It is mostly used by people who want to dump tokens so not necessarily alt coins per say in which they just want to get bitcoin or ethereum for cause they don't see these tokens to have any value in the future.
So individuals who do see potential in these tokens can get them there. At a lower price than you normally would on the other exchanges including yobit or the other wider known exchanges in these alt coin tokens really. Cheesy

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September 03, 2017, 04:18:30 PM
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Maybe you can use yobit.net, because it has very large altcoin. Even very much altcoin which isn't available in other exchanges has listed here. And, if you want a quality altcoin exchange you can use poloniex or bittrex. As both are very popular to use.

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how is this website trade.com?
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how is this website trade.com?
It doesn´t seem to be a cryptocurrency exchange, am I wrong?

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how is this website trade.com?
It doesn´t seem to be a cryptocurrency exchange, am I wrong?
Never heard about that site. Stay away from it for safe, just use other trustworthy exchange site. All exchange sites name have been given by frelabit

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how is this website trade.com?
It doesn´t seem to be a cryptocurrency exchange, am I wrong?
Never heard about that site. Stay away from it for safe, just use other trustworthy exchange site. All exchange sites name have been given by frelabit

This. Pretty much all cryptocurrency exchanges will do an ANN thread on bitcointalk - so search this site for them. If you can't find them, they are likely a scam site so stay away.

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