BitFex

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BitFex

BitFex is a platform for trading cryptocurrencies.

Advantages[edit]

  • Deposit fees 0% RUR / 2% USD and withdrawal fees 1% RUR / 2% USD (one of the lowest in the market)
  • Minimal trade amount is only 0.00001 BTC, $1 and 10 RUR
  • Profiles security with 2FA
  • Frendly Support Team answering to all mentions in the chat
  • No withdrawal limits for cryptocurrency
  • Does not require verification (proof of identity passport data) at any stage, even in the withdrawal
  • Easy custom API
  • Deposit / withdrawal via Advcash

History[edit]

Bitfex.trade ONION/RUR

20 January 2019 BitFex exchange is listed at CoinGecko and Etherscan

01 January 2018 a new cryptocurrency Litecoin was added. Also was added trading pairs: BCN/LTC, LTC/BTC, LTC/RUR

07 January 2018 a new cryptocurrency Dash was added. Also was added trading pairs: BCN/DASH, DASH/BTC, DASH/RUR, DASH/LTC

10 desember 2017 a new cryptocurrency Bitcoin Cash was added. Also was added trading pairs: BCN/BTC, BCN/RUR

11 february 2018 was announced new crypto-currency stock exchange.

03 february 2018 a new cryptocurrency Steep Coin was added. Main advantage of Steep Coin - is a hybrid PoW/PoS system which makes transactions quick and fees very low.

13 february 2018 a new cryptocurrency DeepOnion was added. Main advantage of DeepOnion - is a hybrid PoW/PoS system and usage of TOR network for sending transactions which can guarantee high anonymity and security.

20 march 2018 the ability to deposit/withdraw USD with a сommission of 2% was added, also was added trading pairs: USD/BTC, USD/BCH, USD/LTC, USD/DASH, USD/ONION.

Backlog[edit]

  • Add a coin Soldo
  • Add input/output through ePayments
  • Add the currency Ripple, NEO, DOGE
  • Make cryptocurrency direct deals between the two traders
  • Add WAVES platform
  • Add the WebMoney
  • To reduce the fee for withdrawal of 0.0005 BTC to BTC]
  • Add Qiwi

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