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March 14, 2018, 02:47:08 PM
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What reliable exchanges are there which do not require to submit personal information?

I have a few altcoin (clam, bch, btg) which I want to exchange into Bitcoin, but I don't want to give out my data.

I'm not looking to convert to fiat, just between the coins.

Any suggestions? It doesn't have to be a full blown trading site, just a fair and quick exchange.

Well, you can use etherdelta very common exchanger one of the limitless exchangers, you can also use idex amd forkdelta same as etherdelta. You can also use HitBTC aince they only need gmail, you can create even it is not your full name or what. Same as houbi there are many exchangers that you don't need to submit your ID. You can trade there as much as you want.
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March 15, 2018, 02:56:03 AM
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All decentralized exchange no need verification ID, There are some decentralized exchange that offer many different token available to trade like Etherdelta, IDEX, WAVES exchange and Fork Delta. And other some  sentralized exchange also no need required verification by limit amount of withdrawal like Binance, Cryptopia, HitBTC.

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March 17, 2018, 05:28:45 AM
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What reliable exchanges are there which do not require to submit personal information?

I have a few altcoin (clam, bch, btg) which I want to exchange into Bitcoin, but I don't want to give out my data.

I'm not looking to convert to fiat, just between the coins.

Any suggestions? It doesn't have to be a full blown trading site, just a fair and quick exchange.

If you are looking for an exchange that would not require you to submit any information, then you can make use of binance, being the only reputable one I can spot out and will allow you to withdraw 2btc daily. You also have to understand that in this scenario, anything can end up changing just like bittrex and binance may require you to still do exactly what you have been running away from in the first place. Be careful of a fair and quick exchange; otherwise look for a local OTC seller in your region instead.
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March 17, 2018, 08:06:23 AM
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Yup there are several exchanges that provide this currently. You can trade on Binance (up to 2 BTC), Etherdelta (unlimited), and I believe Poloniex as well (2k limit).
Binance so far is still his best bet for now and hopefully if they are still allowing registration, he should be able to get his transactions done. Since he already said it is not something that much, I am sure it may not even be up to 2btc and since binance allows 2btc withdrawal daily, he should not have a problem at all. I wonder why a lot of people always look for anonymity with exchanges though like they are running ways from something.
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March 17, 2018, 08:13:44 AM
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Yup there are several exchanges that provide this currently. You can trade on Binance (up to 2 BTC), Etherdelta (unlimited), and I believe Poloniex as well (2k limit).

Poloniex only offer 2000$ withdrawal that not enough if you ate trading around 10,000$ i think you can try other exchnage there are plenty of exchanger there you can choose some withour lemit to withdraw.

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