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Bitbuy vs Kraken

I went through the process of researching Kraken and Bitbuy for a Canadian $ entry into crypto and thought I'd give a comparison of both for folks living in Canada.
I was already a long time member of Kraken but had to verify again as my account had been locked due to lack of use (stupid bear market lol). Anyway within a day of back and forth emails with support I was back in again.
For Bitbuy I needed to create an account which required 3 documents including a Driver's License and selfie holding it. Pretty sure Kraken would ask for similar docs if I had to create a new account with them. Anyway it took them 1 business day to verify my account and I was good to go. Overall both exchanges were quick to respond and helpful.
Onto depositing CAD fiat. Kraken only has 2 methods of depositing money which are:
There are a few stipulations for the wire transfer. "The name on the bank account you are depositing from must match the name entered for verification on the Kraken account you are depositing into." Also you must send Canadian Dollars (CAD) only. Min is $125 and max $300000
For Bitbuy the options to deposit were better as they have 4 options:
Since I want to make relatively small deposits on a regular basis I would rather pay a small percentage than the flat $20 bank fee for the wire transfer. Also with a free interac e-transfer I don't have to go into my branch which is super convenient. I opted to try Bitbuy over Kraken using an interac e-tranfer which went through within 12 hours. Deposited $200 and received $196.55 in my account.
I will say volume is lower than Kraken so the trade price is higher...usually around $30 per BTC more. However that fluctuates and the ease of fiat to crypto gateway was worth it IMO.
As for trading fees Bitbuy has a promotion for May where if you use their pro version instead of express trade (think coinbase vs GDAX) there are zero trading fees. After that it's 0.16% for maker and 0.26% for taker. Using express is 0.75% for buying and 0.5% for selling so might as well use pro. Kraken's fees range from 0% to 0.26% of the total cost (value) of your order. So comparable I guess.
I have not tried to withdraw any fiat from either account yet but when I do I will choose Kraken first. This is because their withdrawal fees for an EFT is 0.25% with a $50 minimum, whereas Bitbuy offers Interac e-transfer at 1.75% or a bank transfer at 2%.
So that's about it for my comparison. If you're living in Canada and found this useful feel free to use my Bitbuy referral code G2ZTNR5DO and help me out when you create a new account. You also get $20 for your first $100 deposit.
Hope you found this useful. Let me know how your experience went for fiat into crypto. :)
TLDR: Bitbuy wins for ease of CAD deposit and Kraken wins for cheapest withdrawals.
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The Shakepay Shills Needs to be Stopped

Tried using Shakepay today, found that it is completely overrated for the following reasons:
- Claim fees are 0.75%, but with the spread the prices are closer to a 1.5% difference than the market price
- Lack of trading flexibility, only supports BTC/CAD and ETH/CAD
- No Dogecoin support
- Cannot place limit orders
Even though I dislike Coinsquare, fees on "Advanced Trade" are only 0.1%-0.2%, which is currently the cheapest in Canada. The features on Shakepay are too limited to be considered any good, only noobs use it.

Edit 1: Inb4 hate comments from salty Shakepay shills who refuse to accept facts
Edit 2: The Shakepay shills are already triggered, especially by the point about Dogecoins which was a joke btw.
Edit 3: For the shills that keep telling me Shakepay isn't an exchange, I never claimed it was. Instead you guys are the one's who shill it as an exchange in every single post asking about exchanges, here are the proofs:
Best exchange to buy crypto with CAD?
Best exchange to withdraw CAD?
which one is the best Exchange,Trading Platform for Canadian? Kraken?
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Binance Review Reddit - Is it safe to trade on the Binance exchange?

Short summary of the full Binance review on Reddit:
Advantages
Conclusion
Binance is the cheapest platform to buy to sell, as long as you use Binance coin.
Sign up to Binance here.
About the Binance Exchange
Binance was started in 2017 by the Chinese Changpeng Zhao, popularly called "CZ," which grew up in Canada. Binance was originally started in 2017 in China, but moved to Hong Kong, and later to Japan the same year due to China's cryptographic trade ban. After Japan began to make things difficult for the crypto-currency industry, Binance moved again. Now the crypto exchange's new base in Malta, where the authorities have introduced clearer and more cryptic-friendly laws.
Binance has, in an impressive short time, managed to become the world's largest crypto exchange measured in transaction volume. Every day, values ​​equivalent to over $ 700 million is exchanged at the Binance exchange. This may to some extent have a correlation with the price level (fees for trading and deposits/withdrawals). Binance is one of the very cheapest places to trade with cryptocurrency, as they only charge a 0.1% transaction fee that applies to all transactions, but even with such a small profit per transaction, they do not suffer for that reason. On the contrary, it turns out that Binance has bypassed Deutsche Bank in profit, and is approaching the level of Nasdaq.
Security and reputation
Binance has a good reputation for safety. It is one of the few cryptocurrency exchanges that have never been hacked, despite the fact that they record about a dozen attempts each day, which is perhaps to be expected when considering the enormous values ​​that exist within the crypto exchange.
There are also several examples that Binance has stopped theft and targeting of individual users, using their AI based security systems. This suggests that they definitely take safety seriously and operate according to the precautionary principle. It also shows that they use the best and most advanced technology to secure their users.
There are other areas where Binance has not been as successful in its reputation. This applies, for example, to the introduction of new cryptocurrencies at Binance. There have been a lot of complaints about their treatment of cryptocurrencies trying to list themselves on the crypto exchange. One of these comes from Blocknet, who blames Binance for fishing for information for use in Binance's own competing project. Another example is from Digibyte who complains about what they see as extortion from Binance's side.
Binance's response to the various accusations is that people often tend to get angry and blame Binance for inappropriate behavior when their cryptocurrencies are denied access to the Binance crypto exchange. Among those who buy and sell cryptocurrency at Binance Stock Exchange, few complainants.
Generally speaking, Binance is known for being a professionally run, secure, well-functioning and inexpensive crypto exchange with high liquidity. All of these are good reasons why millions of the most professional crypto-currency investors choose to trade through Binance. Ultimately, it is up to each one to consider how much one is ready to sacrifice in extra fees in exchange for more transparency and better communication.
Ease of use
From the start, it has not been possible to buy cryptocurrency for fiat currency at Binance, which has made it difficult for new traders to get started. Among other things, this has meant that fiat transactions require many approvals, and in many places the legislation has not been fully developed for this type of transaction. Binance long dealt with many of these issues by merely dealing with cryptocurrency that had long been unregulated. Binance has already opened the bank account and office in Malta where the more stable conditions of the crypto industry make it easier to start trading also in fiat currency. Binance has now also made it possible to buy cryptocurrencies for fiat currency using credit cards. This is done via a payment solution called Simplex.To make it easy for its users, Binance has also introduced Trust Wallet as part of the service. Trust Wallet was purchased by Binance in 2017, and now this is being further developed as part of the Binance platform. Currently, the wallet accepts 14 block chains, but more will be introduced eventually. To make it easier for beginners to use Binance, they have created two versions of the dashboard. A simpler version and a more advanced, but compared to, for example, Coinbase's simplified user interface, both the simple and the advanced version of Binance are relatively advanced. This makes Binance often seen as a platform that is adapted to more professional and experienced traders.
Supported Currencies
Binance is one of the crypto exchanges that offer many different cryptocurrencies. A total of 155 cryptocurrencies are available at Binance throughout the 482 trading pairs. At the same time, Binance is not a crypto exchange that focuses on supporting all the cryptocurrencies that exist in the market. Binance considers each cryptocurrency according to its own internal criteria and chooses to list the currencies that they consider to be serious and have sustainable teams and technology. If the situation changes and a cryptocurrency turns out not to meet these criteria anymore, it will be removed from Binance. Binance has decided that this is a process that both protects users of Binance against fraud, while improving the reputation of Binance by ensuring that more investors have positive experiences when investing in cryptocurrencies on the platform. After Binance has now moved to Malta where the rules are more customized with cryptocurrency trading, Binance will soon be offering fiat crypto trading pairs.
Users and Liquidity
Binance has a very large user base with 313,000 daily users and USD 1.5 billion in daily transactions. This means that there is great liquidity at Binance. Although Binance does not have as many daily users as coinbase, the total volume is greater at Binance. This is due to the fact that Binance's average transaction size is $ 2137 compared to just $ 189 on Coinbase. This probably comes from Binance being considered a crypto exchange for advanced crypto investors, while Coinbase is a more beginner-friendly exchange.
Gearing and margin trading
Currently, Binance does not offer gear and margin trading. According to Binance's white paper, gearing will eventually become available at Binance, but so far this has not been prioritized.
Exactly when this is going to be introduced is yet to be published. According to CZ, Binance does not have annual goals that they work towards. They have a 10 year strategic plan that they use as a guide for their work, and then they have short-term goals that they work with that have a time horizon from a couple of weeks to a couple of months.
Therefore, it is not certain whether this is, for example, a service that will be introduced this year or in five years time. It looks like Binance is currently focusing on safety, stability at high demand, and the development of its new decentralized crypto exchange.

Ready to join one of the most popular cryptocurrency exchanges? Join Binance here!
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Stellar Lumens HODL alert: 2017 Round up, Partnerships, Lumens vs. Other Cryptos

Welcome everyone! The future of Stellar Lumens is bright! Today we will look at the accomplishments of Stellar.org in 2017.
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2017 Round Up
IBM / Stellar Partnership
• Kik Messenger’s KIN coin to move from Ethereum to Stellar in 2018
• Stellar ATM introduced in Singapore
• Jed McCaleb confirms IBM/Stellar has 30 banks on board (Youtube Video)
Lightyear.io enables forward thinking financial entities to easily join the Stellar ecosystem.
• IBM adds 8 new validators from 8 different countries onto the Stellar network (article)
Forbes calls Stellar “venmo, but on a global scale - and for larger bodies like banks and corporations.”
• Stellar Lumens Is Up 6,300% Since March and Is Aiming for Big Blockchain Partners (article)
• Many new partnerships (listed below) that will be using the Stellar network in 2018.
Binance and GoPax Exchanges Adds Stellar
Ledger Nano S support is now available for Lumens (XLM)
• The next coin to break into the top 10 cryptos (article)
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2017 Partnerships & Financial Institutions
IBM - is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Armonk, New York, United States, with operations in over 170 countries. IBM partnered with Stellar to help financial institutions address the processes of universal cross-border payments, designed to reduce the settlement time and lower the cost of completing global payments for businesses and consumers.
SatoshiPay - a web payment system that helps online publishers monetize digital assets like news articles, videos, or PDFs in tiny increments without friction.
EXCH.ONE - is a FinTech software company based in Switzerland currently working to integrate its platform and its first technology adopter Euro Exchange Securities UK Ltd. into the Stellar network. This addition to the Stellar network will bring access to currency markets of South and Central America,UK and a number of EU countries.
Novati (ASX:NOV) - is an Australian-based software technology and payment services provider. Novatti is currently working to integrate it’s platform into the Stellar network with the ultimate aim to build a global money transfer solution to provide cross border, cross currency and cross asset payments.
Pundi X - is an Indonesia based fintech company that provides POS device, debit card, multi-currency wallet that empowers individuals to buy and sell cryptocurrency at any physical store in the world. They say "buying cryptocurrency should be as easy as buying a bottled water."
MoneyMatch - is a Malaysia based fintech startup that provides a fully-digital peer-to-peer currency exchange platform for customers to transfer and exchange foreign currencies with complete ease and at great value. The company plans to integrate with the Stellar network and enable pay in and pay out from Malaysia.
Streami - is a Korea based fintech company that offers blockchain enabled cross-border remittance service and recently launched a cryptocurrency exchange. The partnership extends both on the exchange side and remittance operations.
Neoframe - is developing and marketing trading solutions for big brokerage firms in Korea and extends its business to blockchain based applications. Neoframe developed high performance centralized cryptocurrency exchange as well as secure wallet solutions and is working with big financial players. The company is planning to launch a remittance business for ASEAN countries (Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Myanmar (Burma), Cambodia, Laos, Brunei) using Stellar.
SureRemit($RMT) - is a Nigeria based global non-cash remittances company. SureRemit leverages the Stellar blockchain platform to connect immigrants abroad directly with merchants that provide the services needed by their loved ones back home. With Remit tokens, immigrants all over the world can access digital shopping vouchers that can be spent on goods and services at accepting merchants wherever they are.
Cowrie Integrated Systems - is a Nigerian based Value Added Service Provider. Cowrie provides services at the intersection between telecoms and finance. Cowrie recently joined the Stellar network to bring novel fintech services to the African market.
Smartlands - is a Stellar-based platform designed to create a new class of low-risk tokens, secured by real, profitable assets in the real-world economy. Smartlands is designed to promote investments in the agricultural sector by allowing investment in individual projects, agricultural companies or indexes of groups of projects. These investments will be fully collateralized by agricultural real estate, other productive assets such as fruit or nut trees or, in some cases, the actual crop.
Klick-Ex - is an award winning regional cross-border payments system delivering financial infrastructure for emerging markets. It has been responsible for dramatic uptake in digital financial services in unbanked regions of the world, and lowering costs for banks, central banks and consumers in low liquidity currencies. Its key presence is in the Pacific and Europe, and it is a founding member of www.APFII.org processing more than 775,000 transactions per second, per billion of population (source).
Mobius - Mobius connects any app, device, and data stream to the blockchain ecosystem. Our simple and easy to use bidirectional API allows non-blockchain developers to easily connect resources to smart contracts and more. The Mobius MVP acts like Stripe for Blockchain by introducing innovative standards for cross-blockchain login, payment, smart contract management, and oracles. The Mobius Team includes David Gobaud, Jed McCaleb (Stellar.org founder), Jackson Palmer (creator of Dogecoin), and Chandler Guo (notorious Bitcoin & blockchain investor).
Chaineum - Chaineum, the first French ICO Boutique, will use the Stellar network for upcoming ICOs. “Chaineum is positioned as the first “ICO Boutique” in France, providing a range of end-to-end services to companies and international start-ups wishing to develop with this new funding mechanism. Chaineum is preparing 8 ICOs by the end of 2017, for European, North American and Asian companies, of which cumulative amount could reach € 200 million." (source)
Poseidon Foundation - Poseidon will simplify the carbon credit market with the creation of an ecosystem built on Stellar.org’s blockchain technology. This technology will prevent double counting of carbon and will be consistent across jurisdictions, making it easier for companies to deliver and measure progress towards their climate targets or other goals such as deforestation-free commitments.
Remitr - Remitr is a global platform for cross border payments, licensed in Canada. Remitr uses the Stellar network for international settlements for businesses as well as other payment partners. Remitr’s own payout network of 63 countries, comprising several currencies, is extended onto the Stellar network.
MSewa Software Solution (MSS) - MSewa Software Solution (MSS) Payments provides a one-stop digital payment service available across the Globe. MSS Payments aims at serving the consumers (Banked, Unbanked and Underbanked) with mobile banking facilities on the move from anywhere by transferring funds in their mobile phone.
PesaChoice - PesaChoice is a leader in international bill payment services for the African diaspora. PesaChoice aims at making international bill payment process easy, seamless, secure, with reasonable and competitive service fees, and up to date technological advances.
SendX - Singapore based SendX, in partnership with Stellar, is the better way to move money worldwide. The SendX team believes that the future of transactions is decentralized and distributed, bringing true equity to everyone across the value chain.
VoguePay - VoguePay, with offices in the United Kingdom and Nigeria, is partnering with Stellar to become the cheapest and most efficient way to send money between the United Kingdom and Nigeria. In the coming months, they expect to expand this service to other selected African countries.
HashCash - Hashcash consultants build financial solutions for banks and financial institutions over blockchain. We leverage the Stellar platform to build products that vastly improve the remittance and payments experience for banks and their customers. Transfers happen lightning fast at a fraction of current rates and operational cost is significantly reduced. HashCash is headquartered in India, with operations across South Asia and the Gulf.
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Stellar Lumens vs Other Cryptocurrencies
Lumens vs. Bitcoin: Jed McCaleb spoke at Distributed Markets in 2017 about the advantages, but more importantly, the disadvantages of Bitcoin. Listen to the talk here. Jed said, “Bitcoin is this awesome innovation. The first thing it does is converts a real world resource, electricity, into a digital asset. So it takes something from the real world and puts it into the digital realm. The second thing it does is provides immutable public record. It’s basically a database that everyone can see but no one change arbitrarily… That’s great, Bitcoin solves the double spin problem [ of proving possession and transmitting volume]… [However, to fix the problems of bitcoin] you might think well maybe we’ll just kind of keep adding [software] to Bitcoin until we get there, but that’s not really the way software works. You want to have the design from the beginning and solve these simple issues. Bitcoin was designed to be a new currency, it wasn’t really designed to be this unifying universal payment network. So that’s what Stellar does. It solves these three remaining issues.”
Lumens vs. Bitcoin #2: According to wired.com, "Bitcoin mining guzzles energy - and it's carbon footprint just keeps growing." Wired says "Today, each bitcoin transaction requires the same amount of energy used to power nine homes in the US for one day... The total energy use of this web of hardware is huge—an estimated 31 terawatt-hours per year. More than 150 individual countries in the world consume less energy annually. And that power-hungry network is currently increasing its energy use every day by about 450 gigawatt-hours, roughly the same amount of electricity the entire country of Haiti uses in a year." Because Stellar is based on a consensus algorithm rather than mining, it takes much less energy to run the Stellar network. The Poseidon Foundation decided to build their platform on Stellar rather than Ethereum or Bitcoin because of this (twitter source).
Lumens ICO tokens vs. Ethereum ICO tokens: According to Stellar.org, "traditionally, ICO tokens have been issued on the Ethereum network in the form of ERC20 tokens. ERC20 tokens are easy to issue and are infinitely customizable using Ethereum’s smart contracting language. However, recent events have highlighted and exacerbated some weaknesses of the network, including slow transaction processing times for the network during ICOs and increasingly expensive gas prices (by fiat standards) for transactions and smart contract execution. Moreover, many organizations require only basic tokens; they adopt the risk of Ethereum’s Turing complete programming language without taking advantage of many of its benefits."
"While Ethereum has the most expressive programming capabilities, we believe Stellar is the best choice for ICOs that do not require complex smart contracts. Stellar’s primary goal is to facilitate issuing and trading tokens, especially those tied to legal commitments by known organizations, such as claims on real-world assets or fiat currency."
Stellar vs. Ethereum #2: The median transaction time on Stellar is 5 seconds, compared to approximately 3.5 minutes on Ethereum (source). Stellar has a negligible transaction fee (.00001 XLM ~= $0.0000002) with no gas fee for computation, while depending on the complexity of the computation, the median cost for a transfer on the Ethereum network is $0.094. Security: While both Stellar and Ethereum run on a decentralized network, the Stellar network has fewer security pitfalls. Stellar uses atomic transactions comprised of simple, declarative operations while Ethereum uses turing complete programming capabilities which produces less auditable code and greater risk of exploitable vulnerabilities (source). Recently, a security flaw in the Ethereum network froze millions of dollars. According to Mobius ariticle written by David Gobaud, "On November 6, 2017, Github user deveps199 'accidentally' triggered a bug in Parity, a popular Ethereum mult-sig wallet, that froze more than $152 million in Ether across 151 addresses. The bug impacted several token sales including Polkadot, which has had ~$98 million out of its recent $145 million sale frozen."
"Mobius had none of its ongoing pre-sale Ether frozen because we do not trust Ethereum’s Smart Contract based multi-sig wallets given the vast Turing complete attack surface and did not use one. Security broadly is one of the main reasons the MOBI token that powers the DApp Store is a Stellar Protocol token and not an Ethereum token."
Lumens vs. Ripple: According to Wall Street Bitcoin Exchange, "Many investors like to compare the company [Stellar] to Ripple, and there are a lot of similarities, being that some of the founders worked on the Ripple team. In what can now be looked at as another blockchain development drama that plays out on chat boards and in interviews all across the globe. Stellar declared they fixed Ripple’s problems with their hard fork, however, Ripple has failed to admit to any of the flaws in its design that the Stellar team has pointed out." The article concludes by saying, "We Choose XLM Over XRP For 2018. That is why we are going with Stellar Lumens over Ripple in our portfolio for the rest of 2017 and 2018. After holding Ripple for a long time this year, it just never seems to make the big break like other names with bigger market caps like Bitcoin Cash, Dash, and Litecoin have. While we are holding on most all our larger market caps, we feel that Stellar Lumens will be one of the break out coins for 2018."
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Conclusion
The stellar.org team is doing an amazing job making partnerships and pioneering the use of blockchain technology for various types of transactions. What we are seeing is a new technology that can actually be used to solve real-world problems. As a community, we need to continue supporting Stellar and we will quickly see it power transactions across the world. What are your thoughts about Stellar? What do you see in the future of Stellar? Any important news you want to share? Comment below.
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Use Independent Reserve and LocalBitcoins to send money to United States.

Sending money right now? The cheapest way is transferring money using BTC bought at Independent Reserve and sold at LocalBitcoins! MoneyStyle compares remittance companies, banks, and crypto exchanges for sending money. The top 10 ways to send money are:
Route Fees
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Right now sending money by BCH is the cheapest way to send money worldwide. Proof provided.

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Route Fees
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Negative fees indicate you receive more money on the transfer than you send, usually by exploiting arbitrage.
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Right now sending money by BCH is the cheapest way to send money worldwide. Proof provided.

Wanting to know the absolute cheapest way to send money with crypto? We've done the calculations for you and the cheapest is transferring BCH! When sending money compare remittance companies, banks, and crypto exchanges at MoneyStyle. These 10 routes are the cheapest worldwide:
Route Fees
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Japan to San Marino: Send BCH from BTCBOX to CEX.IO -0.138%
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Negative fees indicate you receive more money on the transfer than you send, usually by exploiting arbitrage.
Source MoneyStyle
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Right now sending money by BCH is the cheapest way to send money worldwide. Proof provided.

Wanting to know the absolute cheapest way to send money with crypto? We've done the calculations for you and the cheapest is transferring BCH! When sending money compare remittance companies, banks, and crypto exchanges at MoneyStyle. These 10 routes are the cheapest worldwide:
Route Fees
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New Zealand to United States: Send BTC from Independent Reserve to Quadriga CX -0.118%
France to Japan: Send BCH from Kraken to Bitbank -0.104%
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Netherlands to Canada: Send BTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.102%
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Negative fees indicate you receive more money on the transfer than you send, usually by exploiting arbitrage.
Source MoneyStyle
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Use Bitfinex and QUOINEX to send money to Japan.

Wanting to know the absolute cheapest way to send money with crypto? We've done the calculations for you and the cheapest is transferring BCH! When sending money compare remittance companies, banks, and crypto exchanges at MoneyStyle. These 10 routes are the cheapest worldwide:
Route Fees
United States to Japan: Send BCH from Bitfinex to QUOINEX -0.379%
United States to Thailand: Send BCH from Bitfinex to Bitcoin Exchange Thailand -0.362%
United States to South Korea: Send BCH from Bitfinex to Coinone -0.353%
United States to Russia: Send BCH from Bitfinex to Exmo -0.323%
United States to Canada: Send BCH from Bitfinex to Quadriga CX -0.289%
New Zealand to United States: Send BTC from Independent Reserve to Quadriga CX -0.118%
Poland to Canada: Send LTC from BitBay to Quadriga CX -0.103%
Netherlands to Canada: Send BTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.102%
Singapore to Canada: Send BTC from QUOINEX to Quadriga CX -0.102%
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Negative fees indicate you receive more money on the transfer than you send, usually by exploiting arbitrage.
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Send money to United States with BTC. It's literally the cheapest route available today.

Wanting to know the absolute cheapest way to send money with crypto? We've done the calculations for you and the cheapest is transferring BTC! When sending money compare remittance companies, banks, and crypto exchanges at MoneyStyle. These 10 routes are the cheapest worldwide:
Route Fees
New Zealand to United States: Send BTC from Independent Reserve to Quadriga CX -0.118%
Poland to Canada: Send LTC from BitBay to Quadriga CX -0.103%
Netherlands to Canada: Send BTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.102%
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New Zealand to United Kingdom: Send BTC from Independent Reserve to Coinbase -0.092%
Netherlands to Brazil: Send LTC from Bitstamp to Mercado Bitcoin -0.078%
Monaco to Canada: Send LTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.071%
New Zealand to South Korea: Send ETH from Independent Reserve to Coinone -0.064%
Negative fees indicate you receive more money on the transfer than you send, usually by exploiting arbitrage.
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Crypto Remittances: Why sending BTC between Bitstamp and Quadriga CX beats everything right now.

Sending money right now? The cheapest way is transferring money using BTC bought at Bitstamp and sold at Quadriga CX! MoneyStyle compares remittance companies, banks, and crypto exchanges for sending money. The top 10 ways to send money are:
Route Fees
Germany to Canada: Send BTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.054%
United States to Canada: Send BTC from QUOINEX to Quadriga CX -0.052%
Austria to Canada: Send ETH from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.050%
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Greece to Canada: Send BTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.048%
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San Marino to Canada: Send BTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.046%
Portugal to Canada: Send BTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.046%
France to Canada: Send ETH from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.046%
Estonia to Canada: Send ETH from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.044%
Negative fees indicate you receive more money on the transfer than you send, usually by exploiting arbitrage.
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Sending money to Canada? It's the number 1 remittance corridor right now!

Sending money right now? The cheapest way is transferring money using BTC bought at Bitstamp and sold at Quadriga CX! MoneyStyle compares remittance companies, banks, and crypto exchanges for sending money. The top 10 ways to send money are:
Route Fees
San Marino to Canada: Send BTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.046%
Portugal to Canada: Send BTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.046%
Portugal to Mozambique: Send * from Azimo* -0.033%
Portugal to Turkey: Send ETH from Bitstamp to BTCTurk -0.009%
Poland to Slovakia: Send BTC from Coinroom to Exmo -0.008%
Poland to Spain: Send BTC from Coinroom to Exmo -0.008%
Portugal to South Korea: Send LTC from Bitstamp to Upbit -0.008%
Portugal to Brazil: Send * from Transferwise* 0.003%
Portugal to United States: Send ETH from Kraken to Bitfinex 0.003%
Portugal to United Kingdom: Send BTC from Bitstamp to coinfloor 0.004%
Negative fees indicate you receive more money on the transfer than you send, usually by exploiting arbitrage.
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Right now sending money by BTC is the cheapest way to send money worldwide. Proof provided.

Sending money right now? The cheapest way is transferring money using BTC bought at Bitcoin Exchange Thailand and sold at Quadriga CX! MoneyStyle compares remittance companies, banks, and crypto exchanges for sending money. The top 10 ways to send money are:
Route Fees
Thailand to Canada: Send BTC from Bitcoin Exchange Thailand to Quadriga CX -0.075%
Estonia to Canada: Send BTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.069%
Finland to Canada: Send BTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.067%
Turkey to Canada: Send BTC from BTCTurk to Quadriga CX -0.066%
France to Canada: Send BTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.066%
San Marino to Canada: Send ETH from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.066%
Luxembourg to Canada: Send ETH from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.063%
United States to Canada: Send BTC from Simex to Quadriga CX -0.061%
Italy to Morocco: Send * from Extrabanca* -0.059%
Slovakia to Canada: Send BTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.058%
Negative fees indicate you receive more money on the transfer than you send, usually by exploiting arbitrage.
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Bitcoin vs Ethereum vs Ripple: Proof BTC is the cheapest way to send money today.

Wanting to know the absolute cheapest way to send money with crypto? We've done the calculations for you and the cheapest is transferring BTC! When sending money compare remittance companies, banks, and crypto exchanges at MoneyStyle. These 10 routes are the cheapest worldwide:
Route Fees
Thailand to Canada: Send BTC from Bitcoin Exchange Thailand to Quadriga CX -0.075%
Turkey to Canada: Send BTC from BTCTurk to Quadriga CX -0.066%
United States to Canada: Send BTC from Simex to Quadriga CX -0.061%
Italy to Morocco: Send * from Extrabanca* -0.059%
South Korea to Canada: Send LTC from Upbit to Quadriga CX -0.058%
Spain to Canada: Send BTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.057%
Slovenia to Canada: Send BTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.057%
Andorra to Canada: Send LTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.055%
Belgium to Canada: Send BTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.055%
Japan to Canada: Send BTC from QUOINEX to Quadriga CX -0.055%
Negative fees indicate you receive more money on the transfer than you send, usually by exploiting arbitrage.
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Bitcoin vs Ethereum vs Ripple: Proof BTC is the cheapest way to send money today.

Wanting to know the absolute cheapest way to send money with crypto? We've done the calculations for you and the cheapest is transferring BTC! When sending money compare remittance companies, banks, and crypto exchanges at MoneyStyle. These 10 routes are the cheapest worldwide:
Route Fees
Thailand to Canada: Send BTC from Bitcoin Exchange Thailand to Quadriga CX -0.075%
Turkey to Canada: Send BTC from BTCTurk to Quadriga CX -0.066%
San Marino to Canada: Send ETH from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.066%
Luxembourg to Canada: Send ETH from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.063%
United States to Canada: Send BTC from Simex to Quadriga CX -0.061%
Italy to Morocco: Send * from Extrabanca* -0.059%
Slovakia to Canada: Send BTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.058%
South Korea to Canada: Send LTC from Upbit to Quadriga CX -0.058%
Spain to Canada: Send BTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.057%
Slovenia to Canada: Send BTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.057%
Negative fees indicate you receive more money on the transfer than you send, usually by exploiting arbitrage.
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Right now sending money by BTC is the cheapest way to send money worldwide. Proof provided.

Sending money right now? The cheapest way is transferring money using BTC bought at BTCTurk and sold at LocalBitcoins! MoneyStyle compares remittance companies, banks, and crypto exchanges for sending money. The top 10 ways to send money are:
Route Fees
Turkey to United States: Send BTC from BTCTurk to LocalBitcoins -1.824%
Thailand to Canada: Send ETH from Bitcoin Exchange Thailand to Quadriga CX -0.081%
Monaco to Canada: Send LTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.070%
Malta to Canada: Send LTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.070%
Estonia to Canada: Send BTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.069%
Portugal to Canada: Send LTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.067%
Belgium to Canada: Send ETH from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.067%
United States to Canada: Send ETH from QUOINEX to Quadriga CX -0.067%
Andorra to Canada: Send ETH from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.067%
Finland to Canada: Send BTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.067%
Negative fees indicate you receive more money on the transfer than you send, usually by exploiting arbitrage.
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BTC is the cheapest way to send money worldwide right now. Proof provided.

Wanting to know the absolute cheapest way to send money with crypto? We've done the calculations for you and the cheapest is transferring BTC! When sending money compare remittance companies, banks, and crypto exchanges at MoneyStyle. These 10 routes are the cheapest worldwide:
Route Fees
Turkey to United States: Send BTC from BTCTurk to LocalBitcoins -1.824%
Thailand to Canada: Send ETH from Bitcoin Exchange Thailand to Quadriga CX -0.081%
Estonia to Canada: Send BTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.069%
Belgium to Canada: Send ETH from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.067%
United States to Canada: Send ETH from QUOINEX to Quadriga CX -0.067%
Andorra to Canada: Send ETH from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.067%
Finland to Canada: Send BTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.067%
Austria to Canada: Send ETH from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.066%
France to Canada: Send BTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.066%
San Marino to Canada: Send ETH from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.066%
Negative fees indicate you receive more money on the transfer than you send, usually by exploiting arbitrage.
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Sending money worldwide right now? BTC is the cheapest way. Proof provided.

Sending money right now? The cheapest way is transferring money using BTC bought at BTCTurk and sold at LocalBitcoins! MoneyStyle compares remittance companies, banks, and crypto exchanges for sending money. The top 10 ways to send money are:
Route Fees
Turkey to United States: Send BTC from BTCTurk to LocalBitcoins -1.824%
Thailand to Canada: Send ETH from Bitcoin Exchange Thailand to Quadriga CX -0.081%
Kosovo to Canada: Send LTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.080%
France to Canada: Send ETH from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.074%
Estonia to Canada: Send ETH from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.074%
Finland to Canada: Send ETH from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.074%
Cyprus to Canada: Send ETH from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.072%
Luxembourg to Canada: Send LTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.071%
Monaco to Canada: Send LTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.070%
Malta to Canada: Send LTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.070%
Negative fees indicate you receive more money on the transfer than you send, usually by exploiting arbitrage.
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Sending money to Canada? It's the number 1 remittance corridor right now!

Sending money right now? The cheapest way is transferring money using LTC bought at Kraken and sold at Quadriga CX! MoneyStyle compares remittance companies, banks, and crypto exchanges for sending money. The top 10 ways to send money are:
Route Fees
Kosovo to Canada: Send LTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.080%
France to Canada: Send ETH from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.074%
Estonia to Canada: Send ETH from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.074%
Finland to Canada: Send ETH from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.074%
Cyprus to Canada: Send ETH from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.072%
Luxembourg to Canada: Send LTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.071%
United States to Canada: Send BTC from Simex to Quadriga CX -0.071%
Monaco to Canada: Send LTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.070%
Malta to Canada: Send LTC from Kraken to Quadriga CX -0.070%
Belgium to Canada: Send LTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.069%
Negative fees indicate you receive more money on the transfer than you send, usually by exploiting arbitrage.
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Use Extrabanca and to send money to Morocco.

Wanting to know the absolute cheapest way to send money with crypto? We've done the calculations for you and the cheapest is transferring ! When sending money compare remittance companies, banks, and crypto exchanges at MoneyStyle. These 10 routes are the cheapest worldwide:
Route Fees
Italy to Morocco: Send * from Extrabanca* -0.059%
Australia to Tonga: Send * from WorldRemit* -0.040%
Malaysia to China: Send * from IME (International Money Express)* -0.037%
Portugal to Mozambique: Send * from Azimo* -0.033%
Switzerland to Albania: Send * from Azimo* -0.028%
United States to Colombia: Send * from Remitly* -0.027%
Canada to Philippines: Send * from Remitly Money Transfer* -0.027%
Italy to Brazil: Send * from NEC* -0.026%
Czech Republic to Ukraine: Send * from WorldRemit* -0.023%
Brazil to Bolivia: Send * from Banco Rendimento* -0.019%
Negative fees indicate you receive more money on the transfer than you send, usually by exploiting arbitrage.
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Sending money worldwide right now? LTC is the cheapest way. Proof provided.

Wanting to know the absolute cheapest way to send money with crypto? We've done the calculations for you and the cheapest is transferring LTC! When sending money compare remittance companies, banks, and crypto exchanges at MoneyStyle. These 10 routes are the cheapest worldwide:
Route Fees
South Korea to Canada: Send LTC from Upbit to Quadriga CX -0.075%
Cyprus to Canada: Send ETH from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.072%
United States to Canada: Send BTC from Simex to Quadriga CX -0.071%
Belgium to Canada: Send LTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.069%
Kosovo to Canada: Send LTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.068%
Estonia to Canada: Send LTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.067%
Greece to Canada: Send LTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.067%
Italy to Canada: Send LTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.067%
Ireland to Canada: Send LTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.067%
Germany to Canada: Send LTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.067%
Negative fees indicate you receive more money on the transfer than you send, usually by exploiting arbitrage.
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The 10 Cheapest Ways to Send Money Worldwide (hint: use BTC)

Sending money right now? The cheapest way is transferring money using BTC bought at Simex and sold at Quadriga CX! MoneyStyle compares remittance companies, banks, and crypto exchanges for sending money. The top 10 ways to send money are:
Route Fees
United States to Canada: Send BTC from Simex to Quadriga CX -0.060%
Andorra to Canada: Send BTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.059%
Italy to Morocco: Send * from Extrabanca* -0.059%
Japan to Canada: Send BTC from QUOINEX to Quadriga CX -0.056%
Singapore to Canada: Send BTC from QUOINEX to Quadriga CX -0.056%
New Zealand to Canada: Send BTC from Independent Reserve to Quadriga CX -0.054%
Mexico to Canada: Send BTC from Bitso to Quadriga CX -0.052%
Estonia to Canada: Send BTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.052%
Cyprus to Canada: Send BTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.052%
Germany to Canada: Send BTC from Bitstamp to Quadriga CX -0.052%
Negative fees indicate you receive more money on the transfer than you send, usually by exploiting arbitrage.
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Complete Guide to Buying Cryptocurrency in Canada (Bitcoin, Altcoins) using Coinsquare Best Crypto Exchanges To Buy Bitcoin & Trade ... How To Buy Crypto In Canada Without the Exchange Caps  E ... Bitbuy Review: Buy Crypto in Canada Top 3 Crypto-Exchange Platforms To Use In Canada

Offering multiple deposit methods, Coinberry is one of the few exchanges in Canada that allows you to pay for your crypto trading with credit card. You can also fund your account with Canadian dollars to buy, sell or trade Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin. A Canadian exchange so there’s no need to worry about international transaction fees The Cheapest Cryptocurrency Exchanges. The cheapest crypto exchange is not always the one with the lowest transaction fees. Even if the platform offers an affordable flat fee, the deposit and withdrawal fees could be over the top, or the spreads might be too wide. The crypto exchange offers a secure trading environment with more than 100 different Bitcoin cryptocurrency pairings and advanced tools and data analysis for advanced traders. As one of the most popular trading platforms with the highest trading volumes, users will always be able to close a trade position. It also leads the crypto exchange industry in terms of low transaction fees. The world’s leading and most significant cryptocurrency exchange is the cheapest crypto exchange to purchase, trade, and sell digital currencies. The Malta-based cryptocurrency exchange has a transaction fee of 0.05%, which is the lowest in the industry. Crypto is about giving you greater choice, independence, and opportunity. Crypto is not just a technology, it is a movement — but it won’t happen unless we build simple, elegant, and secure ways for individuals and institutions around the world to discover and interact with this new frontier.

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Complete Guide to Buying Cryptocurrency in Canada (Bitcoin, Altcoins) using Coinsquare

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