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I know about Binance and Kucoin, both of the exchanges allow a maximum of 2 BTC transaction or equivalent per day for the NON-KYC users. Any other exchange with such limit of 2 BTC or more? Please don't suggest exchanges who are very new or with so poor reputation.

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November 30, 2020, 05:56:39 PM
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Certainly Binance is your best option. They are an honest business I have never seen anyone complaining about locked funds or whatever due to kyc

I have already withdrawl some amounts from my binance account and I never did any KYC.

I would certainly avoid other services unless you have to use them (such as a different altcoin which is not listed in binance)

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November 30, 2020, 07:30:09 PM
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Please don't suggest exchanges who are very new or with so poor reputation.
Yeah, that's the thing--there aren't that many reputable exchanges out there that don't do KYC anymore.

OP, are you trading altcoins or what?  If so, I've used SouthXchange in the past for Gridcoin, and I've never had problems with them.  I don't know about their withdrawal limit, but they don't require KYC.  But other than the instant exchanges like Changelly and the rest of them, I can't think of any. 

Yobit comes to mind, but it all comes down to whether you trust them or not (and I also don't know what their daily withdrawal limit is).  We're moving away from the crypto exchange frontier that we enjoyed for so long, and I find that unfortunate but that's the way it is.  Good luck in your hunt.

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November 30, 2020, 11:35:13 PM
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I know about Binance and Kucoin, both of the exchanges allow a maximum of 2 BTC transaction or equivalent per day for the NON-KYC users. Any other exchange with such limit of 2 BTC or more? Please don't suggest exchanges who are very new or with so poor reputation.

You can check out this thread for some reference with other exchange platforms https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5079048.0

Best choice would be on Binance and Kucoin due to their 2 BTC daily withdrawal limit and no other platform would be giving out such offer.

I have seen that exmarkets does have 10k Euro limit per day which is also recognizable but not really heard much of this platform.

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December 01, 2020, 01:42:40 AM
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I'm not sure if you consider HitBTC one of those exchanges with so poor reputation-- you probably would-- but just so you know it has 1 BTC daily and 5 BTC monthly limits for non-verified users. As already pointed out by The Pharmacist, we don't have much decent choices nowadays. KYC has somehow become a trend and we are at the mercy of centralized exchanges.

Certainly Binance is your best option. They are an honest business I have never seen anyone complaining about locked funds or whatever due to kyc

Apparently, Binance is the best option. However, its reputation is far from unsullied. Months ago, there was somebody here who complained about having his/her funds suddenly locked and compelled to undergo KYC even though the user only tried to withdraw an amount much lesser than the non-KYC limit of 2 BTC.

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December 01, 2020, 03:01:10 AM
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I would like to mention Nominex Exchange. 3 BTC/day can be withdrawn without requiring KYC. Newly but good customer support and there's a chance you can reduce trading fees upto 50% when using their native NMX token. Indeed holding good reputation but do your own research..

https://nominex.io/en

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December 01, 2020, 05:59:42 AM
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Everyone should avoid Kucoin for the time being. According to this source, he had an account approved by using fake identification and photoshopped images. I speculate Kucoin might become stricter in their KYC policies on verified and unverified users.



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December 01, 2020, 12:37:45 PM
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HitBTC.com is big scam.

they say they allow 1 btc per day, 5 per month for non-verified users.

but i used it only for 0.25 btc (below daily limit) and the locked my account and asked for KYC.
after i provided all documents (passport, driving license, selfy, proof of address,..etc), they asked for source of funds, they asked for documents for person who sent me bitcoin. this was crazy impossible request to cover their scam action.

here are more details about my case :
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5290702.0

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December 01, 2020, 08:21:04 PM
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I know about Binance and Kucoin, both of the exchanges allow a maximum of 2 BTC transaction or equivalent per day for the NON-KYC users. Any other exchange with such limit of 2 BTC or more? Please don't suggest exchanges who are very new or with so poor reputation.

Go with Binance. Split up your trades over a few days if necessary.

There is no point shooting yourself in the foot by going with an unregulated exchange that may offer a higher limit or no limit at all for non-KYC users. Things will look fine and dandy until they aren't - take a look at HitBTC, Yobit, etc.

These exchanges will ask you to KYC eventually without warning, citing their ToS. But what they're really looking to do is to appropriate your funds and to hold it indefinitely.

Stick with Binance for now. And as others said, even Kucoin may not be the greatest choice atm with their fake ID debacle.
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December 02, 2020, 12:26:21 AM
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I would like to mention Nominex Exchange. 3 BTC/day can be withdrawn without requiring KYC. Newly but good customer support and there's a chance you can reduce trading fees upto 50% when using their native NMX token. Indeed holding good reputation but do your own research..

https://nominex.io/en



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December 02, 2020, 04:06:13 AM
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You can never go wrong with Binance. Having that 2 BTC limit and with today's price that's $37,000 per day as a limitation. That's already a good deal and they're honestly doing that.

How about this?

https://bisq.network/

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@sunsilk. I would be careful on Bisq. We do not know where their bitcoins came from and also where their cash came from. Exchanges or the bank can freeze your account for suspicions that your coins came from the darknet or the cash is from a suspicious source.

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December 02, 2020, 09:59:28 AM
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You can never go wrong with Binance.

Famous last words. Lips sealed

Having that 2 BTC limit and with today's price that's $37,000 per day as a limitation. That's already a good deal and they're honestly doing that.

Yep, but unfortunately all good things come to an end. I'm confident this will be the last bull market cycle where massive exchanges (Binance, Bitfinex, etc.) keep getting away with no KYC. Enjoy it while it lasts!

I just hope we get one solid altcoin season before Binance finally caves in. That's all I ask! Cheesy

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December 02, 2020, 10:24:35 AM
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Everyone should avoid Kucoin for the time being. According to this source, he had an account approved by using fake identification and photoshopped images. I speculate Kucoin might become stricter in their KYC policies on verified and unverified users.

Don't you have to take a selfie holding your ID too?, did the person also photoshop that and sent it to Kucoin?, because if really there's no requirement for taking a selfie while holding your ID it would be just too easy to verify using fake info.

But to be fair just because they're taking it easy for their users for KYC verification or they just simply clueless and don't recognize fake documents and photos, it doesn't necessarily mean they are untrustworthy, these rules comes from the jurisdiction in which they are located and they probably just want to show them they're following their rules and because of that they just don't pay too much attention to details when they receive these KYC documents.
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December 03, 2020, 02:38:33 AM
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@XZERO1. It might be this one.



In any case, it might not be to make it easier for the users. KYC verification should be under very high scrutiny or money launderers can verify many accounts for their operations.

I speculate that this might be incompetence.

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December 03, 2020, 03:35:03 AM
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In any case, it might not be to make it easier for the users. KYC verification should be under very high scrutiny or money launderers can verify many accounts for their operations.

Which is still very possible and most probably done until now. Technologies relating to biometrics have definitely advanced a lot with the use of AI, 3D analysis, and so on and yet it seems fake KYC is still easily passed. KYC with the use of fake identities and fake documents is not gone at this point. It is still rampant.

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December 03, 2020, 09:24:54 AM
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@sunsilk. I would be careful on Bisq. We do not know where their bitcoins came from and also where their cash came from. Exchanges or the bank can freeze your account for suspicions that your coins came from the darknet or the cash is from a suspicious source.
This has a point but what others are liking about it is that it's decentralized. Well, anyway it's up to them and they could have thought of this scenario. The banks are always suspicious of bitcoin transactions once deposited onto their customer's account.

Having that 2 BTC limit and with today's price that's $37,000 per day as a limitation. That's already a good deal and they're honestly doing that.

Yep, but unfortunately all good things come to an end. I'm confident this will be the last bull market cycle where massive exchanges (Binance, Bitfinex, etc.) keep getting away with no KYC. Enjoy it while it lasts!

I just hope we get one solid altcoin season before Binance finally caves in. That's all I ask! Cheesy
Yes, they could change this rule soon but as long as it's there, we don't have to stress thinking about that change in the future.

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December 03, 2020, 09:33:37 AM
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@XZERO1. It might be this one.

In any case, it might not be to make it easier for the users. KYC verification should be under very high scrutiny or money launderers can verify many accounts for their operations.

I speculate that this might be incompetence.

I refuse to believe that they actually looked at that picture and said you know what? he seems legit, I'm going to verify this one.

If that person got verified using that selfie I'd say they definitely did not looked at the selfie photo at all, there's a chance that they do these verifications at least in part using some kind of an automated system so there's no human interaction to recognize things like this, and I agree with you that they are obviously showing incompetence and they probably doing the verification using automated systems so they don't have to pay any extra and hire an actual person to do that.
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December 03, 2020, 11:47:51 AM
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I would like to mention Nominex Exchange. 3 BTC/day can be withdrawn without requiring KYC. Newly but good customer support and there's a chance you can reduce trading fees upto 50% when using their native NMX token. Indeed holding good reputation but do your own research..

https://nominex.io/en



whose good reputation? Nominex, more than suspicious. They have 100 years plans  Cheesy
Check here NOMINEX - cheating hunters by delaying payment for THREE years they chose a very bad way to manage this problem
Also, check his trust rating: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2704636
I have followed this nominex case. They have problems with their promoters just because of the ridiculous defi trend.

If @op wants to add this exchange to his list for good reason, that's fine considering that 3 BTC is a high value that no other major exchange will offer. So far nominex has had no issues with customers. However, the above case also need to be considered as a sign that they have shown their injustice at the start. Just imagine, they issue KYC requests out of the blue because of the regulatory trend.

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December 03, 2020, 12:20:45 PM
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Do not expect that just because you stay below a limit they won't hit you with KYC. It's entirely their call. I see lots of whining from people being frozen who said they were below the limits.

If somewhere had this KYC/ non KYC hybrid I wouldn't bother without doing verification. Preempting it is a whole lot less ball ache than having it hit you out of nowhere.
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