Bitstamp Review and Exchange Rates
Bitstamp is a bitcoin exchange based in Luxembourg and founded as a European-focused alternative to then-dominant bitcoin exchange, Mt. Gox. Its exchange services launched in 2011.
It is one of the oldest and most well-respected cryptocurrency exchanges in operation today. Bitstamp aims to offer its users a low-fee way of exchanging large amounts of digital currencies. It ranks among the top ten exchanges in terms of trading volume.
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Bitstamp trading fee tiers are based on your total trading volume in USD over the past 30 days. This trading volume is calculated across all trading pairs based on the exchange rate at the time of the trade. Bitstamp offers different deposit and withdrawal fees, depending on the payment method.
There is a minimum trade amount: the order size is 25.00 USD/EUR for USD/EUR-denominated trading pairs, and 0.001 BTC for BTC-denominated trading pairs.
Which local currencies does Bitstamp support to buy and sell Bitcoin?
You should take into account that most bitcoin exchanges don’t offer trading with every fiat currency. In addition to the transaction fee, you may also be subject to a conversion fee, depending on the available trading pairs that are accepted by the bitcoin exchange.
On Bitstamp these are currently the pairs available to directly trade Bitcoin: