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October 04, 2014, 07:15:11 PM
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What is the best platform for bit coin trading? I am willing to start with 5-10 BTC.

I am thinking about Kraken or Bitstamp, what do you guys prefer? Which have less fees? Was thinking about cex.io as well.

Is there any bots available for those platforms?

Let me know.
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October 04, 2014, 09:58:18 PM
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here is a good overview Wink

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=695082.0

                                 
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October 05, 2014, 06:58:57 AM
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Was trying to find such thread, but didn't. Thank you very much.

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October 05, 2014, 10:44:29 PM
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What is the best platform for bit coin trading? I am willing to start with 5-10 BTC.

I am thinking about Kraken or Bitstamp, what do you guys prefer? Which have less fees? Was thinking about cex.io as well.

Is there any bots available for those platforms?

Let me know.

One word: Bitfinex. It's not just lowest trading fees, it's a ton of options you will not use right from the start, like margin trading, but you may like very much later. If you find Bitfinex too complicated use BTC-E, it has decent fees and simple but useful user interface. Avoid Bitstamp if you can, fees are outrageous.
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October 06, 2014, 01:40:31 PM
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What is the best platform for bit coin trading? I am willing to start with 5-10 BTC.

I am thinking about Kraken or Bitstamp, what do you guys prefer? Which have less fees? Was thinking about cex.io as well.

Is there any bots available for those platforms?

Let me know.

One word: Bitfinex. It's not just lowest trading fees, it's a ton of options you will not use right from the start, like margin trading, but you may like very much later. If you find Bitfinex too complicated use BTC-E, it has decent fees and simple but useful user interface. Avoid Bitstamp if you can, fees are outrageous.

Thee fees on stamp are high but the more volume you generate the lower the fees will get. It's more a whale garden nowadays.

I would suggest BTC-E as they don't require any verification, they won't ask for anything if you try to withdraw BTC, etc.

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October 06, 2014, 06:21:44 PM
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What is the best platform for bit coin trading? I am willing to start with 5-10 BTC.

I am thinking about Kraken or Bitstamp, what do you guys prefer? Which have less fees? Was thinking about cex.io as well.

Is there any bots available for those platforms?

Let me know.

One word: Bitfinex. It's not just lowest trading fees, it's a ton of options you will not use right from the start, like margin trading, but you may like very much later. If you find Bitfinex too complicated use BTC-E, it has decent fees and simple but useful user interface. Avoid Bitstamp if you can, fees are outrageous.

Thee fees on stamp are high but the more volume you generate the lower the fees will get. It's more a whale garden nowadays.

I would suggest BTC-E as they don't require any verification, they won't ask for anything if you try to withdraw BTC, etc.

He said he will start with 5-10 BTC, and the fees get to the level of other exchanges if you make monthly USD volume > $150,000. For beginners fees are 2.5x - 5x bigger than the competition. Stay away from Bitstamp, people use it not for everyday trading but to take 1-time large amounts of money to/from bitcoin ecosystem.
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October 06, 2014, 08:33:08 PM
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What is the best platform for bit coin trading? I am willing to start with 5-10 BTC.

I am thinking about Kraken or Bitstamp, what do you guys prefer? Which have less fees? Was thinking about cex.io as well.

Is there any bots available for those platforms?

Let me know.

One word: Bitfinex. It's not just lowest trading fees, it's a ton of options you will not use right from the start, like margin trading, but you may like very much later. If you find Bitfinex too complicated use BTC-E, it has decent fees and simple but useful user interface. Avoid Bitstamp if you can, fees are outrageous.

Thee fees on stamp are high but the more volume you generate the lower the fees will get. It's more a whale garden nowadays.

I would suggest BTC-E as they don't require any verification, they won't ask for anything if you try to withdraw BTC, etc.

He said he will start with 5-10 BTC, and the fees get to the level of other exchanges if you make monthly USD volume > $150,000. For beginners fees are 2.5x - 5x bigger than the competition. Stay away from Bitstamp, people use it not for everyday trading but to take 1-time large amounts of money to/from bitcoin ecosystem.

As you can see I suggested BTC-E which is perfectly fine for beginners, and also very trustworthy.

But there are other exchanges with lower fees, Bitfinex is also a good one.


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October 08, 2014, 09:29:09 AM
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Hello ,

Please trading bitcoin is difficult or easy
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October 08, 2014, 11:53:21 AM
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Hello ,

Please trading bitcoin is difficult or easy

It's easy, just buy low, wait, and sell high Smiley

As soon as you get to know trading more you will use more advanced trading methods.

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October 08, 2014, 11:29:00 PM
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guys
can you tell me which one need verification for deposit / wirhdraw?
bter
LakeBTC
btc-e
?
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October 09, 2014, 06:11:24 AM
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If you want to starting trying Bitcoin trading, I recommend a good trading tool to you, LakeTrader is very suitable for the noob trader
LakeTrader guide can be seen: http://www.coindesk.com/lakebtc-exchange-launches-browser-based-bitcoin-trading-app/
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October 09, 2014, 09:30:11 AM
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Hello ,

Please trading bitcoin is difficult or easy

It's easy, just buy low, wait, and sell high Smiley

As soon as you get to know trading more you will use more advanced trading methods.


Where can i learn more about advanced trading methods?
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October 10, 2014, 05:49:55 AM
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guys
can you tell me which one need verification for deposit / wirhdraw?
bter
LakeBTC
btc-e
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I attempted to sell bitcoins on Lakebtc ago, it seem to doesn't require verification.
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October 10, 2014, 07:07:54 AM
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guys
can you tell me which one need verification for deposit / wirhdraw?
bter
LakeBTC
btc-e
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I've been back to you in another post, the result of a direct say:

exchange deposit wirhdrawbank wire
bter yes yes yes
LakeBTCno no yes
btc-eyes no yes

Bitcoin Exchange Reviews Collection

signature leasing for 0.019BTC a month
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October 10, 2014, 01:27:19 PM
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guys
can you tell me which one need verification for deposit / wirhdraw?
bter
LakeBTC
btc-e
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I've been back to you in another post, the result of a direct say:

exchange deposit wirhdrawbank wire
bter yes yes yes
LakeBTCno no yes
btc-eyes no yes

nice post
but i wanna answer for egopay
i mean dp/wd with egopay
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October 11, 2014, 02:50:47 AM
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guys
can you tell me which one need verification for deposit / wirhdraw?
bter
LakeBTC
btc-e
?
I've been back to you in another post, the result of a direct say:

exchange deposit wirhdrawbank wire
bter yes yes yes
LakeBTCno no yes
btc-eyes no yes

nice post
but i wanna answer for egopay
i mean dp/wd with egopay

I answered you that is Egopay, with particular emphasis on bankwire for in any case it will need to be verified.

Bitcoin Exchange Reviews Collection

signature leasing for 0.019BTC a month
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October 11, 2014, 06:38:11 AM
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Thanks for that =)
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October 12, 2014, 05:14:10 AM
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What is the best platform for bit coin trading? I am willing to start with 5-10 BTC.

I am thinking about Kraken or Bitstamp, what do you guys prefer? Which have less fees? Was thinking about cex.io as well.

Is there any bots available for those platforms?

Let me know.

You could try also some price action fun in Forex, account fundable with BTC.

https://www.fxopen.com/
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October 12, 2014, 08:34:34 PM
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I think it will be very hard task for you to find the right solution.
In practise - you can loose all or part of your inestment.  Grin
That's simple - it takes years to understand  Wink.
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October 12, 2014, 11:04:40 PM
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It depends. If you plan to buy low and sell high you should take a good look at all exchanges first.
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