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online-exchanges 2017-10-31T01:12:46+00:00

Online Exchanges

There are many online exchanges to consider when first getting into cryptocurrencies. Since the Mt. Gox exit scam in 2013, many people have been sceptical about online exchanges amid fears of history repeating itself. We share some of the best, as well as highlighting the key features and benefits, as well as the downfalls. On the whole online exchanges are the most popular and easiest way of buying and selling most of your altcoins, however in some cases you may need to purchase one of the more popular altcoins like Bitcoin, Ethereum or Litecoin and exchange them, to learn more about this visit our currency transfers page.
Find a list of online exchanges below, click the links to learn more about each of them and you will be able to sign up to each of them following individual links.
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Bittrex is one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges out there, offering wallets and trading for almost every altcoin there is! They support crypto to crypto trading only and do not accommodate fiat currencies, meaning if you are going to buy cryptocurrency on Bittrex, be sure to use one of the other exchanges so you can deposit it into your Bittrex wallet.

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Local Bitcoins! ‘Get bitcoins. Fast, easy and safe’
Currencies supported: Bitcoin
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Local Bitcoins is great for instantly buying and selling Bitcoin for your local fiat currency. It works by connecting you to other individuals and facilitating each transaction through it’s escrow service. Bitcoin can be purchased and sold via direct bank transfer, cash deposits, cash and pretty much every other money transfer service available. 

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Making bitcoin easy since 2014
Currencies supported: Bitcoin
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CoinCorner is a centralized market place which allows you to easily buy and sell Bitcoin directly with CoinCorner using a bank transfer or debit and credit card purchases. CoinCorner is also a Bitcoin wallet which allows you to store Bitcoins, It is simple to use and allows users to access their own Wallet via the website the desktop version or the android and IOS app
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Coinbase is the world’s most popular way to buy and
sell bitcoin, ethereum, and litecoin.

Currencies supported: ​Bitcoin, Ethereum & Litecoin.

Coinbase Is an online exchange a multi-functional, user friendly crypto currency wallet that allows you to buy, store and sell Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin directly from Coinbase which means there is no other parties that you need to deal with. You can purchase these altcoins’ easily using a direct debit/credit card payment or a bank transfer (SEPA) payment. Finally you can monitor the price of the above crypto currencies as well as live updates on price changes from the last minute to the last year in.

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Cryptonator – Online cryptocurrency wallet with multi-cryptocurrency accounts
Currencies supported: Bitcoin, Blackcoin, Dash, Dogecoin, Emercoin, Litecoin, Monero, Peercoin, Primecoin, Reddcoin & Zcash.
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Securely store, easily receive or send and instantly exchange different digital currencies in one personal account. Your Cryptonator account is 100% anonymous & secure. Supports a wide variety of altcoins with options to easily buy and exchange.

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Kraken – Buy, sell & margin trade, Bitcoin, Ethereum & many more altcoins
Currencies supported: ​Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dash, Gnosis, Tether, Ethereum Classic, Iconomi, Litecoin, Melon, Augur, Dogecoin, Lumen, Monero, Ripple, Zcash.
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Kraken offers a very large variety of altcoins to buy, sell, store & margin trade if you wish. Very secure, asks to create a master key as well as a password, and PGP key is optional to keep emails encrypted.

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