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Compare Binance.com vs. BitQuick.co

Pro:
  • Very low Fees
  • A myriad of coins to exchange with
  • No lags experienced with website
  • Probably the fastest way to buy and sell BTC
  • Trading with cash
Contra:
  • Does not accept bank payment methods
  • Customer support lacks phone
  • US customers are restricted
  • Higher fees
  • Need to go to the bank to make it happen
  • Site was offline for a month after an attack
Company Location:
Company Location Japan
Company Location Cincinnati, US
Customer Support:
Customer Support Email, Social Media
Customer Support Business hours, email and ticket support
Futures:
Futures None
Futures No
Derivates:
Derivates No
Derivates No
Margin Trading:
Margin Trading No
Margin Trading No
Has been hacked:
Has been hacked Yes (on 7. May 19)
Has been hacked Yes
Security:
Security Ok
Security Good
Tradeable Coins:
Tradeable Coins Bitcoin, Ether, Ethereum Classic, Zcash, Ripple, BNB, ARK, AST, BNT, BQX, BTG, CTR, DASH, DNT, ENG, ENJ, EOS, Monero,Litecoin
Tradeable Coins Bitcoin
Trading Volume:
Trading Volume
Trading Volume Medium
Deposit Fees:
Deposit Fees None
Deposit Fees No
Trading Fees:
Trading Fees 0.10%
Trading Fees 0.00%-2.00%
Withdrawal Fees:
Withdrawal Fees None
Withdrawal Fees No
 
About Binance.com:
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About BitQuick.co:
Bitquick is an exchange used for buying and selling Bitcoins. Jad Mubaslat founded the exchange in 2013. The company is based in Cincinnati, US. Bitquick is known as the first Bitcoin marketplace to provide public proof of reserve in February of 2014. The focus of the exchange is not specific, they are focused on the […] Read BitQuick.co Review »