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January 16, 2018, 11:36:07 PM
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I have been using Gemini for a while, and it works almost by the same way as Coinbase, only that they do not have 2fa activated on their site.

If you are just lost in the game, why do not you buy a ledger nano? And you can easily store everything in there... But if you use coinbase for buying bitcoins, just move to gemini.

it is almost the same thing, only that it is not based on the US.

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January 17, 2018, 09:08:05 AM
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When it comes to the crypto market, when you are in the quest of looking for alternatives, you need to be careful of what you wish for because its not always the expected that is being met. Although, Coinbase might have their own excesses but they are still one of the best in the market that would not run away with investors fund. So, looking for alternative, be sure to your own valid due diligence before parting away with your money.

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January 18, 2018, 04:29:58 AM
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Hi,

I am looking for alternatives to Coinbase to buy Bitcoin from fiat currency (USD) that better transaction fees than Coinbase. Is there any that accepts Amex too?

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Stephane

You can use binance as an alternative for coinbase for exchanging bitcoin using fiat. Binance is one of the newest cryptocurrency exchanges on the market that regularly lists new coins and has a high trade volume which recently surpassed $1 billion a day, and they also called it the new bittrex.
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January 18, 2018, 08:09:56 AM
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Much recommended is LocalBitcoins.com very convenient to used, fast confirmation and small amount of transaction fee.
You can see also paxful and luno, those site is also good to buy bitcoin many good feedback in that site that is why i think that is also good to recommend.
Because me i am satisfied with our local bitcoin exchange and their services is not only buy and selling bitcoin we can used that exchange like a small business.
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January 18, 2018, 11:05:25 AM
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Hi,

I am looking for alternatives to Coinbase to buy Bitcoin from fiat currency (USD) that better transaction fees than Coinbase. Is there any that accepts Amex too?

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Stephane

It depends where you are located but if you are in the USA I have heard that Gemini is the best place to be.Also the Coinmamma is a great place too to buy bitcoins but their fees are also high.If you are in Europe you have a lot of options too, Bitstamp, Bitpanda and Kraken being some of the best places where you can buy bitcoin with FIAT.

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February 04, 2018, 06:54:59 PM
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another way is using blockchain.info, but blockchain not support to buy bitcoin on some country. Or you can use another service like paxful.
I don't know why you are saying that blockchain.info is another way but you are contradicting your first words about it and as far as majority's concern, we all know that it's a web wallet. There's no way to buy bitcoin there, it's more focused for being a storing wallet.
Ah my bad, because sometimes in bottom page, some image said "Buy Bitcoin now!" and then i check it again its writed sponsored link on there. I thought it was blockchain.info features.
Those are advertisements so you got them wrong. I assume that you have seen remitano because that's the ad that I'm also seeing most of the time. That's not a feature of blockchain.info and they have to earn through ads too since they are just simple and plain web wallet and they have to provide something just to cover their expenses too.

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