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Beginner’s Guide to Exchanges – Part 1

Beginner’s Guide to Exchanges – Part 1

Hola Compadres! It is me u/poop_dragon here with another guide. Today I would like to run through a list of ETH exchanges. This is just Part 1 of this list, and it covers established exchanges. Soon I will post Part 2 and 3 which will go into some other types of exchanges (derivative markets, coin converters, decentralized, and foreign exchanges) Side note, I have given rating to these exchanges based on some comparisons, news, and information which I have found online. Recently, EVERY exchange has been slow/unresponsive in their customer service due to the huge influx of new users. My intention is to help educate new users about the exchanges available. I am not trying to discredit, advertise, pump up, or damage reputations. If you feel something is inaccurate, please respectfully bring it up in the comments. I will be editing as we go. Last thing of note, I have only included the lowest level trading tier to calculate trading fees, which assumes the highest rates. Most exchanges offer lower fees for bigger orders, but I have gone with the assumption that everyone here is not dropping whale amounts of cash.

00 – Concepts and Definitions

01 –Digital Exchanges

Poloniex

Exchange Type Maker Taker
All Currencies .15% .25%
Feature Details
2FA Google Authenticator Available
Wallet Security ‘Majority’ of Funds in cold storage
Personal Information Encrypted and Stored Off-Site
Tier Level Name Email DOB Phone Address Official ID Bank Info KYC Limits
Level 1 X X $2,000 USD Daily Withdrawal Limit
Level 2 X X X X X X $7,000 USD Daily Withdrawal Limit
Level 3 X X X X X X $25,000 USD Daily Withdrawal Limit
Level 4 X X X X X X X X >$25,000 USD Daily Withdrawal Limit
What is a KYC? It stands for Know Your Customer Documentation. This varies between exchanges. However, like most things, if you have to ask, you probably can’t afford it.

Bittrex

Exchange Type Maker Taker
All Currencies .25% .25%
Feature Details
2FA Google Authenticator Available
Wallet Security Multi-stage wallet Majority’ of Funds in cold storage
Personal Information IP Whitelisting restricts trading from new addresses
Tier Level Name Email DOB Phone Address Official ID Bank Info KYC Limits
Basic X X X 3 BTC or less daily
Enhanced X X X X X X 100 BTC or less daily

02– Fiat Exchanges - USA

Coinbase (GDAX)

Country Credit/Debit Linked Bank Account Wire Transfer
Australia 3.99% - -
Canada 3.99% - -
Europe 3.99% 1.49% SEPA- Free (€0.15)
Singapore 3.99% 1.49% -
UK 3.99% - SEPA Free (€0.15)
US 3.99% 1.49% $10 Deposit / $25 With / ACH Free
Exchange Type Maker Taker
ETH/FIAT 0% .30%
ETH/BTC 0% .30%
Tier Level Name Email DOB Phone Address Official ID Bank Info KYC Limits
Level 1 X X X
Level 2 X X X X X Crypto Only
Level 3 X X X X X X X Fiat Enabled
Level 4 X X X X X X X X Higher Fiat Limits
Feature Details
2FA Google Authenticator, Authy, SMS
Wallet Security 98% Assets in Cold Storage
Personal Information 3rd Party Verified, Secured, Stored Offline
Digital Currency Insurance Fully Insured by Lloyd’s of London
Fiat Insurance Up to $250,000 by FDIC
Bug Bounty Multiple bounties up to $10,000

Kraken

Country Linked Bank Account Wire Transfer
EUR Free SEPA €5-10 (€0.09 Withdrawal)
US Free SWIFT $10 ($60 Withdrawal)
UK Free SWIFT £10 (£60 Withdrawal)
CAN Free SWIFT Free ($10 Withdrawal)
Exchange Type Maker Taker
ETH/FIAT .16% .26%
ETH/BTC .16% .26%
Tier Level Name Email DOB Phone Address Official ID Bank Info KYC Limits
Level 0 X No Trading Allowed
Level 1 X X X X No Fiat, Unlimited Crypto
Level 2 X X X X Fiat $2,000Day/$10,000Mo
Level 3 X X X X X X Fiat $25,000Day/$200,000Mo
Level 4 X X X X X X X X Fiat $100,000Day/$500,000Mo
Feature Details
2FA Google Authenticator, Master Key Available
Wallet Security Majority Assets in Cold Storage
Personal Information PGP Encrypted Emails, Global Settings Lock
Digital Currency Insurance Maintain Full Reserves
Bug Bounty Multiple bounties

Gemini

Country Linked Bank Account Wire Transfer
USD Free Free
Exchange Type Maker Taker
ETH/ALL .10-.25% .25%
Tier Level Name Email DOB Phone Address Official ID Bank Info KYC Limits
Individual X X X X X X X None - Except for ACH
Feature Details
2FA Google Authenticator, Authy Available
Hot Wallet Security Hot Wallet Hosted by Amazon Web Services
Cold Wallet Stored in 2 tiers of cold and 'cryo' multi-sig storage
Personal Information Encrypted in Transit and Stored Offline
Digital Currency Insurance Fidelity bond by 'top-tier insurance company'
Fiat Insurance Up to $250,000 by FDIC

03– Fiat Exchanges - Hong Kong

Bitfinex

Country Credit/Debit Bank Transfer Express Bank Transfer
ALL - .1% ($20 Minimum) 1% ($20 Minimum)
Exchange Type Maker Taker
ETH/ALL .10% .20%
Tier Level Name Email DOB Phone Address Official ID Bank Info KYC Limits
Individual X X X X X X (2) X X No Stated Limits
Feature Details
2FA Google Authenticator, Twilio Available
Account Security New IP Addresses locked for 24 hours, require verification and detection
System Security Hosted and Backed-up on Linux, protection from DDoS
Personal Information Email encryption with OpenPGP
Wallet Security Only .5% of funds are stored in hot wallets
EDIT : Thank you to u/Ginger_Bearded_Man for the suggestion. Bittrex has been added.
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Mycelium Wallet update and Road Map

This past month, the Mycelium Wallet developer team got together for a strategy meeting to discuss issues we ran into while setting up the platform for our new wallet and possible ways to move forward. The main issue of concern was security, which is the first priority in anything dealing with crypto-currencies.
Our goal is to create a wallet that can run on multiple platforms, have the same features (hardware permitting) and looks, and with code that can be written once and run everywhere. After a lot of testing and experimentation, we had settled on ReactNative, a JavaScript based development platform that takes JS code and runs it natively on different operating systems. Unfortunately, despite our best efforts, we still ran into a problem related with app data security.
Specifically, at least in ReactNative JS, iOS does not support separate context processes. As a result, when code is run as part of a single app, one process, or plugin, has complete access to the memory of the rest of the processes/plugins. What this means is that the component of the wallet responsible for keeping your private keys safe will always have its memory space accessible to other plugins, and a malicious plugin will always be able to steal private keys. (This isn't a problem on Android, which is much more compartmentalized). This unfortunately made developing plugins using ReactNative impossible on iOS. As a result, we had to scrap our ReactNative plans, and reluctantly go back to developing our wallet natively for each platform.
Unfortunately this means it may take more resources to develop each app (Android and iOS). However, individually it may speed things up, since we have much of the new wallet planning and some code done, and can use our existing wallets as a platform to continue to build on top of. In other words, instead of starting from scratch, we have a wallet with basic functionality already (the current Mycelium Wallet), and it's just a matter of breaking out the components into plugins, and breaking out the core Bitcoin component into an open source BitcoinJ plugin.
Regarding BitcoinJ, that development process may be sped up quite a bit, thanks to our recently announced partnership with Dash. Since Dash mobile is based on BitcoinJ, the Dash development team has graciously agreed to help us develop BitcoinJ into a universal crypto-currency managing plugin, which would allow Mycelium to add BitcoinJ to the current wallet as a modular component (replacing our proprietary BitLib library), and, using that same component, add support for Dash as well, making Dash the first cryptocurrency after Bitcoin to be supported by Mycelium Wallet. Dash and Mycelium have the same focus and culture, those being the highest possible level of user privacy and security, so we are very excited to be working with them.
As for Waves, after a long and thorough review of their company and technology, we're happy to say that we are very glad to be working with them. Their goals are impressive, and are perfectly aligned with ours. Our intent is to some day support fiat currencies in our wallet, as a bridge to bring people into Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies. We likewise believe the best system to achieve not only widest adoption but most rapid innovation is a modular one, one which freely allows others to develop on the edges of the system. This is why Bitcoin has been so successful at innovating where banks have been slow for decades, why we believe our new modular wallet platform will be successful, and also why we believe Waves will succeed as well. Greater customization and freer access leads to the greatest levels of improvement and innovation.
With all that, our current development roadmap is as follows:
Phase 1:
Phase 2:
Phase 3:
Phase 4:
Phase 5:
iOS features will be added natively to the iOS wallet in parallel with the Android roadmap.
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Mycelium Wallet update and Road Map

This past month, the Mycelium Wallet developer team got together for a strategy meeting to discuss issues we ran into while setting up the platform for our new wallet and possible ways to move forward. The main issue of concern was security, which is the first priority in anything dealing with crypto-currencies.
Our goal is to create a wallet that can run on multiple platforms, have the same features (hardware permitting) and looks, and with code that can be written once and run everywhere. After a lot of testing and experimentation, we had settled on ReactNative, a JavaScript based development platform that takes JS code and runs it natively on different operating systems. Unfortunately, despite our best efforts, we still ran into a problem related with app data security.
Specifically, at least in ReactNative JS, iOS does not support separate context processes. As a result, when code is run as part of a single app, one process, or plugin, has complete access to the memory of the rest of the processes/plugins. What this means is that the component of the wallet responsible for keeping your private keys safe will always have its memory space accessible to other plugins, and a malicious plugin will always be able to steal private keys. (This isn't a problem on Android, which is much more compartmentalized). This unfortunately made developing plugins using ReactNative impossible on iOS. As a result, we had to scrap our ReactNative plans, and reluctantly go back to developing our wallet natively for each platform.
Unfortunately this means it may take more resources to develop each app (Android and iOS). However, individually it may speed things up, since we have much of the new wallet planning and some code done, and can use our existing wallets as a platform to continue to build on top of. In other words, instead of starting from scratch, we have a wallet with basic functionality already (the current Mycelium Wallet), and it's just a matter of breaking out the components into plugins, and breaking out the core Bitcoin component into an open source BitcoinJ plugin.
Regarding BitcoinJ, that development process may be sped up quite a bit, thanks to our recently announced partnership with Dash. Since Dash mobile is based on BitcoinJ, the Dash development team has graciously agreed to help us develop BitcoinJ into a universal crypto-currency managing plugin, which would allow Mycelium to add BitcoinJ to the current wallet as a modular component (replacing our proprietary BitLib library), and, using that same component, add support for Dash as well, making Dash the first cryptocurrency after Bitcoin to be supported by Mycelium Wallet. Dash and Mycelium have the same focus and culture, those being the highest possible level of user privacy and security, so we are very excited to be working with them.
As for Waves, after a long and thorough review of their company and technology, we're happy to say that we are very glad to be working with them. Their goals are impressive, and are perfectly aligned with ours. Our intent is to some day support fiat currencies in our wallet, as a bridge to bring people into Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies. We likewise believe the best system to achieve not only widest adoption but most rapid innovation is a modular one, one which freely allows others to develop on the edges of the system. This is why Bitcoin has been so successful at innovating where banks have been slow for decades, why we believe our new modular wallet platform will be successful, and also why we believe Waves will succeed as well. Greater customization and freer access leads to the greatest levels of improvement and innovation.
With all that, our current development roadmap is as follows:
Phase 1:
Phase 2:
Phase 3:
Phase 4:
Phase 5:
iOS features will be added natively to the iOS wallet in parallel with the Android roadmap.
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So far I have had horrible experience with Bitcoin

2 years ago I have opened an account with Camp BX and deposited some starter money via a money order. Shortly after that Bitcoin took a dive, so I just let it sit in there. Today I wanted to use some of my Bitcoin from Camp BX but my bitcoin transfers are locked. After reading some horrible reviews and posts about Camp BX I have a little hope that I will get my money back.
So I decided to give it a try some other way. I downloaded a wallet application to my phone in hopes of getting it funded somehow. Tough luck. Every avenue I take requires more information from me that I am willing to share with a private company (specifically my SSN). I don't know how secure these companies are, I have no idea what regulations they need to follow. I just need $100 worth of bitcoin and they want to know the size of my underwear.
The barrier to entry is horrendous.
So far I have tried:
This is fucking ridiculous. Not even talking about the fact that to get into bitcoin, you have to supply all this private information to some overseas company that can then trace your spending habits without your consent.
TLDR: bitcoin has horrendous barrier to entry, is nowhere close to anonymous as everybody pretends it to be and so far is nothing but loss for me.
Edit: I found an ATM that did not require any personal information. However out of sheer excitement I did not realize I was paying 20% premium until it was all set and done. That one is totally on me. The transaction was painless and besides the fee, my best bitcoin experience thus far.
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Is glidera safe? Or have I just made a huge mistake?

I'm new to bitcoin and was trying to set up a way to buy. The bitcoin.org site had simple bitcoin app listed so I chose that for my wallet and the app had glidera as the way to buy bitcoin. Now after stupidly giving them pretty much all my info I decided to look up reviews and found some stuff that seemed fishy. Any advice would be very appreciated because I'm freaking out
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Glidera

So I just downloaded BreadWallet. Seems like it gets the highest vote of confidence out of all bitcoin wallets here in Reddit. The iOS reviews are not as great, but decent (3.5 stars), but it looks like the one of the few options for "true" bitcoin ownership if I'm understanding how it works. The app only has one option for buying bitcoins and that is through Glidera which looks like it charges 1%. Seems reasonable so far. As I'm going through the verification steps, I'm feeling a little uneasy with the depth of information they are asking from me - photo ID, SS#, etc, etc. If it was a reputable name, I'd have a little more trust. When I Googled them, it seems like other people have had the same trust issues. Has anyone actually had an issue buying bitcoins through them? More importantly, has your information ever been compromised because of them?
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Airbitz Plugin API and Bitrefill Partnership

Hi everyone.
We here at Airbitz are proud to announce our new wallet Plugin API. Now, other bitcoin service providers can easily develop fully integrated plugins for the Airbitz mobile app allowing Airbitz users super easy access to third party services. We've been using our plugin internally for almost a year for the integrated Glidera bitcoin buy/sell service and for discounted Starbucks and Target gift cards through Card for Coin Inc (Fold app).
Airbitz plugins are simple HTML/Javascript applications embedded in the Airbitz app which can access the user’s wallet to send & receive funds, authenticate with BitID, and save private, encrypted data using the Airbitz Edge Security Platform. All plugins are reviewed and verified by Airbitz for inclusion in monthly application releases. For security, all plugins can only request to spend user funds which still require a confirmation from the user.
We're also happy to announce a partnership with Bitrefill who is launching the first Airbitz Plugin for our app. In the next release of Airbitz, users around the world will be able to top up their prepaid mobile phones from over 600 operators in over 140 countries, right from within the Airbitz app through Bitrefill.
We're confident the Airbitz plugin API will dramatically improve the user experience of Bitcoin by allowing access to services without the pain of copying & pasting addresses, scanning QR codes, or bouncing between apps.
Combined with the Plugin API, the already released Airbitz SDK will enable similarly tight integrations with external applications such as the Arcade City mobile ride sharing app and the Augur prediction market.
We’re excited by the potential of new plugins and hope to see amazing integrations with applications such as marketplaces, exchanges, gift card vendors, remittance providers, games, and messaging apps.
The eco-system Airbitz now provides many integration possibilities. Smaller, mobile friendly HTML apps can utilize the Plugin API within the Airbitz Wallet, while desktop, browser, and fully independent mobile apps can utilize the Airbitz SDK to integrate with Airbitz accounts and wallets.
Wallet providers have frequently talked about offering plugin APIs. We're happy to say we've just delivered it.
Developers can get started by visiting https://developer.airbitz.co/plugins
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Airbitz Plugin API and Bitrefill Partnership

Hi everyone.
We here at Airbitz are proud to announce our new wallet Plugin API. Now, other bitcoin service providers can easily develop fully integrated plugins for the Airbitz mobile app allowing Airbitz users super easy access to third party services. We've been using our plugin internally for almost a year for the integrated Glidera bitcoin buy/sell service and for discounted Starbucks and Target gift cards through Card for Coin Inc (Fold app).
Airbitz plugins are simple HTML/Javascript applications embedded in the Airbitz app which can access the user’s wallet to send & receive funds, authenticate with BitID, and save private, encrypted data using the Airbitz Edge Security Platform. All plugins are reviewed and verified by Airbitz for inclusion in monthly application releases. For security, all plugins can only request to spend user funds which still require a confirmation from the user.
We're also happy to announce a partnership with Bitrefill who is launching the first Airbitz Plugin for our app. In the next release of Airbitz, users around the world will be able to top up their prepaid mobile phones from over 600 operators in over 140 countries, right from within the Airbitz app through Bitrefill.
We're confident the Airbitz plugin API will dramatically improve the user experience of Bitcoin by allowing access to services without the pain of copying & pasting addresses, scanning QR codes, or bouncing between apps.
Combined with the Plugin API, the already released Airbitz SDK will enable similarly tight integrations with external applications such as the Arcade City mobile ride sharing app and the Augur prediction market.
We’re excited by the potential of new plugins and hope to see amazing integrations with applications such as marketplaces, exchanges, gift card vendors, remittance providers, games, and messaging apps.
The eco-system Airbitz now provides many integration possibilities. Smaller, mobile friendly HTML apps can utilize the Plugin API within the Airbitz Wallet, while desktop, browser, and fully independent mobile apps can utilize the Airbitz SDK to integrate with Airbitz accounts and wallets.
Wallet providers have frequently talked about offering plugin APIs. We're happy to say we've just delivered it.
Developers can get started by visiting https://developer.airbitz.co/plugins
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