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Brian.N
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Which cryptocurrency exchange would you recommend for trading?

Tue Nov 27, 2018 11:48 am

Generally I prefer a peer to peer cryptocurrency exchange for trading. As there are no middlemen, the transactions are transparent and occur with a low-cost fee. Most crypto traders prefer this type of exchange for these reasons. Pesamill is easy to use and very quick.

A few of the features of Pesamill have been described below:

• Pesamill Fiat Currencies: US Dollars & KES (Exchange rates as applicable on local currencies)
• Cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ripple, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, EOS
• Available Countries: Global Users (with KYC Verification)
• Market Graph: Available to help users make an informed decision
• Trading Data: Updated every 10 seconds
• Real-time Payment Methods: Mobile money, In-person cash deposit (Australia), BPay (Australia) Bank Transfers, Visa, MasterCard.
• Place Order Value: Minimum: $ 15 USD Maximum: $ 10000.99 USD
• Customer Support: Yes, 24/7

Apart from that, what else?

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Re: Which cryptocurrency exchange would you recommend for trading?

Wed Nov 28, 2018 12:33 pm

Obviously, Binance. #1 crypto exchange now

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Re: Which cryptocurrency exchange would you recommend for trading?

Wed Dec 12, 2018 7:48 pm

now the market goes Marketplace from Betteam there they have in my opinion the exchange for trading. and even bots (optional) for automated trading within your specified volatility levels. look, an interesting platform

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Re: Which cryptocurrency exchange would you recommend for trading?

Thu Dec 13, 2018 3:33 pm

Well, I can recommend Cex. I should notice that it offers way smaller selection of coins than Binance. On the other hand, it has several strong points including the opportunity to buy cryptos with Visa/MasterCard or wire transfers. But mind that USD withdrawals are no longer available there. Nevertheless, the website THEPROBLEM.WTF recognizes it as a highly solid platform. According to the review on https://theproblem.wtf/cex-io/ it's possible to keep crypto at their cold storage which security is comparable to hardware wallet's protection level. Additionally, the company collaborates with banks and has a license.

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