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Hi there.  Out of necessity, as I needed to withdraw some spare tokens I had lying on some popular exchanges, and since I haven't been able to find a simple exchange withdrawal fee comparison on the internet, I've put together a table so you can compare these and choose the cheapest one in each coin/exchange scenario. I know this could and will get outdated rather sooner than later, but meanwhile I hope it can be useful for some people.

Binance  Bitfinex  Bittrex   Bit-Z    Coin-
exchange
Cryptopia  HitBTC   Kraken   Kucoin   Liqui    Poloniex  Yobit   Changelly  Shapeshift  
BTC0.00050.00040.00050.00010.00050.00050.0010.00050.0010.00150.00050.00120.000850.00015
ETH0.010.00270.0060.010.010.00250.00950.0050.010.010.010.0050.000420.0012
XRP0.250.021---0.50.02--0.15-0.0000120.5
BCH0.0010.00010.0010.00010.0010.00080.00180.00010.00050.0070.00010.010.0310.0002
LTC0.010.0010.010.010.010.0020.0030.0010.0010.010.0010.0020.0030.00075
EOS0.30.11880.50.510.013.20.10.5 -1010.1
BTG0.00100.0010.001--0.0005-- -0.01- 0.001
BTS1---------55--
DASH0.0020.010.0020.0020.010.010.030.0050.002 0.010.0020.020.002
DGB--0.21000.10.50.4-0.5 0.10.002- 0.01
DOGE--2202322- 510012
ETC0.010.010.010.010.10.010.0020.0050.01 0.010.0050.000420.001
HSR0.0001--0.2-0.01--0.01 ----
Nano0.01--0.1-- -0.05 --- -
NEO000.025--00-0 -- 00
OMG0.270.1070.350.310.21.22-0.1 0.30.010.010.1103
TRX5523.851200175270--100-300--
XEM4-4 -115-- 152034
XLM0.0100.01 -- 0.00002- 0.00001- 0.00001-
XMR0.040.040.04 -0.20.090.05- 0.015-0.10.02
XVG0.100.2-0.0111.5----1.5--
Waves0.02-0.001 --0.001-- -0.0020.001-
ZEC0.0050.0010.0050.0050.0010.00020.00010.0001- 0.0010.020.00010.0001
USDT5.4202510-5100510 25101-

(Last updated: 2018-05-14)

I chose some popular coins as this list is not intended to be exhaustive. I will add more exchanges once I can find some time.

Hope you find it useful.

Note: I can't easily get access to Liqui exchange  withdrawal fees, as you need some balance in each coin to be able to see the actual fees. If someone could contribute in order to compete the missing data I would appreciate it.

Acknowledgements: many thanks to Potato Chips for his/her contribution

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Quote from: de_xt
I know this could and will get outdated rather sooner than later,

Not if a few members would help. If all work will go to a single person, yea maintaining it would be difficult considering that we all have irl issues, but if it's divided then it'll surely ease the burden. A good example would be Mitchell's Overview of Bitcointalk Signature-Ad Campaigns [Last update: 24-Apr-2018]. The others will suggest what changes should be done then one user will compile them into the table and lastly OP will check it and update the first post.

Great post though, I too have wanted something like this for quite some time now. But the column's are too close on each other, maybe you can put some space between them?

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I know this could and will get outdated rather sooner than later,

Not if a few members would help. If all work will go to a single person, yea maintaining it would be difficult considering that we all have irl issues, but if it's divided then it'll surely ease the burden. A good example would be Mitchell's Overview of Bitcointalk Signature-Ad Campaigns [Last update: 24-Apr-2018]. The others will suggest what changes should be done then one user will compile them into the table and lastly OP will check it and update the first post.

Great post though, I too have wanted something like this for quite some time now. But the column's are too close on each other, maybe you can put some space between them?
Thank you very much for the feedback. I could upload it to a collaborative web such as a Wiki (Bitcoin Wiki?). But I first want to add more exchanges (just added Bitfinex) and eventually more coins if people request them.

I also added some space between columns, however BBcode is not very friendly regarding table editing. This one is converted from HTML as I find it easier to use an HTML editor.


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Quote from: de_xt
I know this could and will get outdated rather sooner than later,

Not if a few members would help. If all work will go to a single person, yea maintaining it would be difficult considering that we all have irl issues, but if it's divided then it'll surely ease the burden. A good example would be Mitchell's Overview of Bitcointalk Signature-Ad Campaigns [Last update: 24-Apr-2018]. The others will suggest what changes should be done then one user will compile them into the table and lastly OP will check it and update the first post.

Great post though, I too have wanted something like this for quite some time now. But the column's are too close on each other, maybe you can put some space between them?
+1

I completely agree on this one which if users would really cooperate or would voluntarily update if theres such changes into those numbers in the table where this thread would really be helpful even myself do always seek out on this kind of thing which i do actively trade between exchanges where fees would really be one of the factors on where i gonna choose up. I seconded on the table spacing so that it would be more appealing in the eyes since you can able to point out the differences. Cheesy

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Looks good now!! Alright I'll try helping you whenever I have time, looking forward on the wiki LOL.

Here's the fees on poloniex and cryptopia: https://pastebin.com/fV20WQi0

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I don't know if it will help or not,there is this website specifically meant for bittrex and binance's withdrawal fees:
1. bittrex: https://exchangebit.info/bittrex
2. binance: https://exchangebit.info/binance

I will try to help as well,whenever feasible.

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This is really helpful to minimize the time you spend looking for an exchange that has the cheapest fees.
Looking forward for this not to get outdated, i'll help as well if there's a necessary changes in the list.
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Finally, a definitive list of exchanges with their respective withdrawal fees for each of the major crypto. Well done OP. I remember that there was another one on the forum somewhere else, but that was outdated pretty quickly and only included BTC withdrawal fees.

You may want to add Yobit. Although it's one of the worst exchanges that have ever existed, I think that this list should still include as many exchanges as it can. All the withdrawal fees can be viewed easily on their site.

Hopefully this can be updated regularly with community contributions, since exchange withdrawal fees are currently being asked around as a question a lot.

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Nice work, for buyers/traders this is very useful information. There is for sure few exchanges which would be good to add to the list, like Coinbase or Bitstamp. Just checked Bitstamp fee for withdraw BTC/LTC/BCH/ETH/XRP, and they are all marked as "Free of charge". Can someone who has an account there confirm this : https://www.bitstamp.net/fee_schedule/

You may want to add Yobit. Although it's one of the worst exchanges that have ever existed, I think that this list should still include as many exchanges as it can. All the withdrawal fees can be viewed easily on their site.

I am not sure if Yobit shoud be added to the list, there are too many complaints and SCAM accusations on that exchange, people lose large amounts of money daily, and there is actually no support who can help in such cases.

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Looks good now!! Alright I'll try helping you whenever I have time, looking forward on the wiki LOL.

Here's the fees on poloniex and cryptopia: https://pastebin.com/fV20WQi0

Thank you so much for your contribution! As my table editing solution is pretty basic, and i couldn't copy and paste whole columns, I had to manually enter the additional data one by one.  But you've done a great job anyway!

If someone wants to add more data, either exchanges or coins, i would appreciate if you provide me with the full table with the added information so that i don't have to manually edit it, and just replace it as a whole.

Keep the good work!

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I don't know if it will help or not,there is this website specifically meant for bittrex and binance's withdrawal fees:
1. bittrex: https://exchangebit.info/bittrex
2. binance: https://exchangebit.info/binance

I will try to help as well,whenever feasible.
Great site as well, can serve as an invaluable reference as it provides you with real-time dollar equivalence of withdrawal fees so you can figure out the cheapest one in order to move funds between exchanges.

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May 11, 2018, 11:44:17 AM
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Nice work, for buyers/traders this is very useful information. There is for sure few exchanges which would be good to add to the list, like Coinbase or Bitstamp. Just checked Bitstamp fee for withdraw BTC/LTC/BCH/ETH/XRP, and they are all marked as "Free of charge". Can someone who has an account there confirm this : https://www.bitstamp.net/fee_schedule/

You may want to add Yobit. Although it's one of the worst exchanges that have ever existed, I think that this list should still include as many exchanges as it can. All the withdrawal fees can be viewed easily on their site.

I am not sure if Yobit shoud be added to the list, there are too many complaints and SCAM accusations on that exchange, people lose large amounts of money daily, and there is actually no support who can help in such cases.

Yes, Bitstamp and GDAX withdrawals are free of charge, so i see little interest in adding them to this list. Perhaps just for clarification?

I want to add Yobit despite its shady nature and others as well. There are people who use them and this could be useful for them as well.


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Yes, Bitstamp and GDAX withdrawals are free of charge, so i see little interest in adding them to this list. Perhaps just for clarification?
I want to add Yobit despite its shady nature and others as well. There are people who use them and this could be useful for them as well.

Yes, why not - if there is exchanges which make it possible to withdraw without any fee this is very good info for users. Regarding YoBit, this is just your
decision, and you should add some disclaimer in open post that every exchange specified in the list is not your personal recommendation, but only information regarding withdraw fee.

A month ago I withdraw all my BTC from YoBit and pay exaggerated fee of 120 000 satoshi, do not know if they still keep that fee.

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Please add shapeshift and Changelly's fees as well. A lot of people use that too.
Shapeshift fees: https://info.shapeshift.io/about
Changelly's fees: https://changelly.com/blog/network-fees-suggested-minimum-amounts/

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They really don't want you using this chain.

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Sorry for the delay to respond.  I've added Yobit, Changelly & Shapeshift, and reordered the exchange list alphabetically.  Will add more as i get some spare time.


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I don't remember which one between Yobit or Poloniex but I thought they didn't charge any fees since the transactions were sent in batch.
I use sometimes Paymium for this reasons as I don't mind if the transaction is sent in 1 hour. I don't understand why not more exchanges use this method especially if they have large volumes daily

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Sorry for the delay to respond.  I've added Yobit, Changelly & Shapeshift, and reordered the exchange list alphabetically.  Will add more as i get some spare time.


Thanks, mate it is very helpful even me, I don't know how much the transaction fee in exchange site but now I easy to look what is the difference among of all exchange site. If ever you have time try to add another exchange site and I will bookmark this link for the future reference.

Thanks, mate nice post very informative.
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Wow! that's cool buddy. Thank you for creating this thread, personally and I'm sure too many users will check for a withdrawal fee on an exchange here. Thanks again, this thread has helped many people who are confused about the fees issues in an exchange.

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I don't remember which one between Yobit or Poloniex but I thought they didn't charge any fees since the transactions were sent in batch.
I use sometimes Paymium for this reasons as I don't mind if the transaction is sent in 1 hour. I don't understand why not more exchanges use this method especially if they have large volumes daily

It's definitely not poloniex as I just checked it. They are saving huge bucks by having their users pay for their own transaction fee when withdrawing so I'm pretty sure they do not want to shoulder it for them unless they want to use it as a marketing strategy. But hey, since it is sent in batches, the fee's are cheaper since together it'll be used to pay for a single transaction's miner fee--- the batch.

Because they don't care about their clients?


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