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September 14, 2017, 11:25:54 AM
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YoBit is one of the worst exchanges that exist - you better avoid it at all costs. They have been handling our coin XTRABYTES (XBY) so bad that we have to list it on 2 new exchanges - a vote for the new exchanges has been going on since monday. YoBit are experts in keeping their wallets in maintenance mode and replying to every support ticket with an automated mail  Wink

The best exchanges from my experience so far are Bittrex, Bitfinex and Cryptopia. They are all very professional and clean and have a great support. But remember every exchange can be hacked (see Bitfinex last year) so only keep those coins online which you really can afford to LOSE!

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September 21, 2017, 12:39:31 PM
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I would say poloniex, but it’s been discussed here a lot. I would also recommend you to check cex.io. I’ve dealt with only two of these exchanges. And never had any problems with each of them. As I see it, poloniex is better for experienced users. While, cex.io’s strong point is user-friendliness for newbies.
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