Bitstamp

Bitstamp Exchange

Bitstamp is a cryptocurrency exchange that was one of the first platforms for making transactions with virtual currencies. ver since it opened its doors in 2011, Bitstamp has provided a reliable gateway into the crypto universe for individuals and institutions worldwide. BitStamp offers some functions such as the buying of cryptocurrency with debit or credit cards

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Is Bitstamp Safe?

Exchange safety is one of the most important questions for all users. Cryptocurrency exchanges are prime targets for hackers. Bitstamp as they also suffered hacks in 2014 and 2015. In the 2015 , the attackers managed to extricate 19,000 BTC!!

Exchange Wallet Security

Bitstamp uses some of the best practices when it comes to cold storage of their cryptocurrency assets. What this basically means is that they keep the majority of their coins off line in an air-gapped state.

Minimum Trade Amount

The minimum order size is 25.00 USD/EUR for USD/EUR-denominated trading pairs, and 0.001 BTC for BTC-denominated trading pairs.

Fee Rounding

As fees are calculated to two decimal places, all fees which might exceed this limitation are rounded up. The rounding up is executed in such a way that the second decimal digit is always one digit value higher than it was before the rounding up.

Bitstamp Fees

Fee % 30 days USD volume
0.25% < $20,000
0.24% < $100,000
0.22% < $200,000
0.20% < $400,000
0.15% < $600,000
0.14% < $1,000,000
0.13% < $2,000,000
0.12% < $4,000,000
0.11% < $20,000,000
0.10% > $20,000,000