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Indonesia Bitcoin Exchanges Tokobitcoin & Bitbayar To Stop All Trading

Indonesia Bitcoin Exchanges Tokobitcoin & Bitbayar To Stop All Trading

TokoBitcoin and BitBayar, two of the most popular and largest cryptocurrency trading platforms in Indonesia, have recently shut down due to recent announcements made by the Indonesian central bank that it will not accept Bitcoin as a method of payment . While this doesnt mean that Bitcoin trade is banned in Indonesia, it does mean that some of the larger players are now exiting the game. Bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchanges are still allowed to trade in Indonesia, but the move has caused the two largest exchanges to shut down. BitBayar, which is the Indonesian equivalent of Bitpay, has announced a complete halt of their services effective as of the 1st of November 2017. TokoBitcoin has also announced their refusal of acceptance of Bitcoin as a payment method . According to Oscar Darmawan, the CEO of PT Bitcoin Indonesia, the shutdown of these platforms is not a result of intervention by the Bank of Indonesia, but is instead a voluntary decision made by individual Bitcoin trading platforms . There have not been any direct requests from the Bank of Indonesia to Bitcoin Indonesia to close down these two websites. Eny V. Panggabean, the Director of Payment System Policy Department at the Bank of Indonesia, announced in September that the bank will not accept Bitcoin as legal currency in the country. Panggabean also added that using Bitcoin as currency is currently illegal under Indonesian Service Provider of Payment law. In February 2014, the Indonesian central bank issued a statement that clearly outlined the illegal nature of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in the country, stating that they are not legal as either payment instruments or currency. Despite the regulatory position of cryptocurrency in Indonesia, the trading of BTC and Indonesian Rupiah is the 10th bigges Continue reading >>

New Exchange Service Bitcoin.co.id Launches In Indonesia

New Exchange Service Bitcoin.co.id Launches In Indonesia

New Exchange Service Bitcoin.co.id Launches in Indonesia Dec 22, 2013 at 11:30 UTC|UpdatedDec 23, 2013 at 05:29 UTC News has emerged that a bitcoin exchange service has opened in Indonesia, the world's fourth-largest country by population - but one that hasn't appeared much on the bitcoin radar so far. Bitcoin.co.id joins other Indonesian bitcoin services such as artaBit and tuker.in . However, according to user reports from Indonesia, these sites are still in development and not fully functional, open exchanges - users may buy and sell bitcoins, but exchange prices are fixed by the sites. Tuker.in also accepts litecoin. Local resident Ericson Pasaribu, who said he has used all three services without issue, said the 'exchanges' at this point worked more like money changers. They exchanged local currency (Rp, or Indonesian rupiah) for bitcoins but at a rate pegged to those of exchanges like Mt. Gox and Bitstamp, with an added premium. Bitcoin.co.id promised to buy bitcoins at Rp 7,139,000 ($584.90) each or to sell them for Rp8,166,700 ($669). Alongside these web-based services, LocalBitcoins is a popular choice among Indonesian bitcoin enthusiasts. Pasaribu noted that such services were a necessary stepping stone to promote bitcoin's use and increase the number of coins in circulation. Larger international exchanges like Mt. Gox were difficult to access from Indonesia, with new accounts taking months to verify, if at all. There is a slight lag on bitcoin.co.id's processing time: within an hour during business hours Monday to Friday, but up to 12 hours outside that. This is apparently aprecaution against overloading, since bitcoin supply is limited in Indonesia. Bitcoin.co.id founder and CEO Oscar Darmawan said bitcoin trade was still only about 5 BTC per day, but that t Continue reading >>

Indonesian Bitcoin Investors Set To Outnumber Stock Participants

Indonesian Bitcoin Investors Set To Outnumber Stock Participants

Bloomberg the Company & Its Products Bloomberg Anywhere Remote LoginBloomberg Anywhere Login Bloomberg Terminal Demo Request Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. Indonesian Bitcoin Investors Set to Outnumber Stock Participants @HarrySuhartono More stories by Harry Suhartono The biggest Indonesian platform to buy and sell digital currency may soon have more members than the nations century-old stock exchange. Indonesia Digital Asset Exchange, formerly known as Bitcoin.co.id, will have 1.5 million members buying and selling digital currencies such as bitcoin, ethereum and ripple by the end of the year, according to Chief Executive Officer Oscar Darmawan. The platform, which began its operations in 2014, currently has 1.14 million investors, he said. In contrast, Indonesia Stock Exchange, which offers stocks, futures and options and exchange-traded funds, has only 1.18 million registered participants, according to data from the Indonesia Central Securities Depository. Companies traded on the exchange have a combined market capitalization of $520 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Digital currency traders set to outnumber stocks investors Source: Indonesia Central Securities Depository We are seeing almost 3,000 new members signing up everyday, Darmawan said. Most people are trading in bitcoins though transactions in ethereum has increased significantly of late. While Bank Indonesia hasnt banned exchanges from o Continue reading >>

Indonesias Largest Crypto Exchange Indodax To Overtake Countrys Stock Exchange

Indonesias Largest Crypto Exchange Indodax To Overtake Countrys Stock Exchange

Indonesias Largest Crypto Exchange INDODAX to Overtake Countrys Stock Exchange Thomas Delahunty | March 14, 2018 | 7:32 pm Indonesias Largest Crypto Exchange INDODAX to Overtake Countrys Stock Exchange Thomas Delahunty | March 14, 2018 | 7:32 pm Indonesia Digital Asset Exchange, or INDODAXthe largest Indonesian cryptocurrency exchange is set to bypass the nations century-old stock exchange in the number of users. According to Chief Executive Officer Oscar Darmawan, INDODAX,formerly known as Bitcoin.co.id, will have 1.5 million members buying and selling digital currencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Ripple by the end of the year. The platform, which went live in 2014, currently has 1.14 million users.This is in contrast to Indonesia Stock Exchange, which offers stocks, futures, and exchange-traded fundsand has only 1.18 million registered participants, according to data from the Indonesia Central Securities Depository. We are seeing almost 3,000 new members signing up everyday, Darmawan said. Most people are trading in Bitcoins though transactions in Ethereum has increased significantly of late. As of today, the platform is undergoing a rebrand, changing its name from bitcoin.co.id to the Indonesia Digital Asset Exchange or INDODAX. Darmawan said that one of the reasons for relabeling the exchange was to reaffirm the companys position as a digital asset exchange: Many people recognized us as a payment system using Bitcoin. In fact, we didnt intend to have such payment system, Darmawan said in a press conference today at the Kempinski Hotel in Jakarta. The exchange is currently focused on the rebranding project, and Darmawan has claimed the transaction and company structure will not be affected during the process,assuring the exchanges users that they will not experienc Continue reading >>

Major Korean Exchange Launches In Indonesia With Six Cryptocurrencies

Major Korean Exchange Launches In Indonesia With Six Cryptocurrencies

Major Korean Exchange Launches in Indonesia with Six Cryptocurrencies One of South Koreas top three cryptocurrency exchanges, Coinone, is launching an exchange in Indonesia. Initially, six cryptocurrencies will be supported but the exchange plans to add more coins. Coinone is also launching an airdrop event for 10,000 pre-registrants. Also read: South Korea Takes Steps To Regulate Digital Currencies Coinone announced on Monday that it is launching Coinone Indonesia in Jakarta, making [it] first among the top cryptocurrency exchanges in Korea to enter the global market, the company wrote. The South Korean exchange is the third-largest crypto exchange in the country after the Kakao-backed Upbit and Bithumb. Its 24-hour trading volume is $63,140,495 at the time of this writing, according to Coinmarketcap. The company also operates a blockchain 4D zone called Coinone Blocks , with walk-in customer consultation counters. The CEO of Coinone Indonesia, Alan Song, elaborated: Coinone Indonesia wants to be the gateway that introduces people to the concept of blockchain and cryptocurrency, and facilitates access for users in Indonesia to have various types of digital assets or cryptocurrencies quickly and safely. According to the companys announcement, Coinone Indonesia offers the following six cryptocurrency trades: bitcoin (BTC), bitcoin cash (BCH), ethereum (ETH), ethereum classic (ETC), litecoin (LTC), quantum(QTUM), and shortly thereafter [we] will continue to add other coins according to its high technological standards of examination. In addition to the aforementioned six cryptocurrencies, Coinone in Korea also supports the trading of ripple (XRP), iota (IOT), and bitcoin gold (BTG). Pre-registration for Coinone Indonesia begins on April 16 and will last a month; only ema Continue reading >>

Major South Korean Crypto Exchange Coinone To Launch In Indonesia

Major South Korean Crypto Exchange Coinone To Launch In Indonesia

Major South Korean Crypto Exchange Coinone To Launch In Indonesia S. Koreas third largest crypto exchange goes global, launching pre-registration for Coinone Indonesia. South Koreas third largest cryptocurrency exchange, Coinone, has announced plans to launch an exchange in Indonesia, according to a press release published on its site Monday, April 16. As stated in the Coinones press release, the new Indonesian branch opened for pre-registration April 16, with an official launch set for June. According to Finance Magnates , the exchange will initially support six cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), Litecoin (LTC) and Quantum (QAU). Users based outside of Indonesia will be able to use the platform after the pre-registration period, but will need to go through a separate KYC verification process, the exchange stated. Coinone is currently ranked number 27 among crypto exchanges globally, with a 24-hour trading volume of $49 mln to press time . Finance Magnates reports that, according to the exchange, its overseas expansion makes it the first among the top cryptocurrency exchanges in Korea to enter the global market. Coinone explains that it chose Indonesia due to the country being highly regarded for its potential growth in the Fintech industry. The companys evaluation notwithstanding, Indonesia has a relatively tough crypto-regulatory climate. As of Jan. 2018, its central bank has adopted a harsh stance, warning citizens against selling, buying or trading cryptocurrency. Earlier, in October of last year, the bank reiterated that it does not recognize Bitcoin as a legal means of payment, causing two domestic crypto exchanges to shut down voluntarily. On home territory, Seoul continues to actively regulate the countr Continue reading >>

Indonesia Central Bank: Cryptocurrency Payments 'not Legitimate'

Indonesia Central Bank: Cryptocurrency Payments 'not Legitimate'

Indonesia Central Bank: Cryptocurrency Payments 'Not Legitimate' Bank Indonesia has warned that cryptocurrencies may not be used for payments in the country. The central bank published a press release on Saturday, stating that cryptocurrencies are not a "legitimate instrument of payment" in the country, as they do not comply with the 2011 currency act and are not issued bythe Republic of Indonesia. "Financial transactions conducted within the territory of the Republic of Indonesia, has to be fulfilled with Rupiah," the currency act states. As a result, the central bank said that payment firms are not allowed to make virtual currency transactions. "Bank Indonesia affirms that it forbids all payment system operator (principal, switching operator, clearing operator, final settlement operator, issuer, acquirer, payment gateway operator, electronic wallet operator, money transfer operator) and financial technology operators in Indonesia, both bank and non-bank institution, to process transactions using virtual currency, as stated in Bank Indonesia Regulation No. 18/40/PBI/2016 on Implementation of Payment Transaction Processing and Bank Indonesia Regulation No. 19/12/PBI/2017 on Implementation of Financial Technology." The warning makes no mention of cryptocurrency exchanges. The news comes after the central bank revealed in early December 2017 that it was considering new regulations that would outlaw bitcoin transactions from 2018. On the 20th of the same month, the bank issued a new regulation - No. 19/12/PBI/2017 on Implementation of Financial Technology - due to concerns over bitcoin's potential use in terrorism financing, money laundering and drug trafficking. In its latest warning, Bank Indonesia also warned "all parties" that buying, selling or trading cryptocurrenci Continue reading >>

5 Popular Bitcoin Startups In Indonesia

5 Popular Bitcoin Startups In Indonesia

Yesterday, Tech in Asia ran a story about how to purchase and use Bitcoin in Asia. At the beginning of last year, the Bank of Indonesia publicly stated that bitcoin is not a legal form of payment within the archipelago. However, as its extremely difficult to regulate the sale and use of digital currencies like bitcoin, transactions using the currency in Indonesia remain high. Oscar Darmawan, CEO of Bitcoin Indonesia ,claims that each day there are between US$30,000 to US$50,000 worth of bitcoin transactions in the country. While there are many ways to have a conversation about Bitcoins benefits and drawbacks in Indonesia, in terms of tech startup participation, Bitcoin seems to be heating up. It has also proven to be a convenient way to pay and get paid for digital services. As a result, some companies are focusing explicitly on the cryptocurrency market in the archipelago. Tech in Asia has decided its time to round up these guys, so, in no particular order, here are five of the most well-known Bitcoin startups in Indonesia. This site can be regarded as one of the pioneers for Bitcoin in Indonesia, as the company has been around for more than two years already. Essentially, ArtaBit is a digital payment system that uses Bitcoin. So if your startup is an ecommerce website, you can integrate ArtaBit services to support bitcoin payments. In addition, the site also lets you purchase bitcoins with Indonesian rupiah. ArtaBit founder Ayoub Naciri expects Bitcoin will take off in emerging markets like Indonesia as more than 80 percent of the population still lacks a bank account. Bitcoin.co.id (aka Bitcoin Indonesia) launched around the same time as ArtaBit. However, unlike its competitor which acts as a payment system, Bitcoin.co.id is a trading center only. On the sites homep Continue reading >>

Beli & Jual Bitcoin Di Indodax

Beli & Jual Bitcoin Di Indodax

Indodax is an online platform where you can buy and sell Bitcoin, Ethereum Register now to gain the optimal experience in trading Digital Assets! 1,175,892 members are already on board. What are you waiting for? The place to buy and sell Bitcoin with Rupiah Indodax is the perfect place for you to buy and sell Digital Assets such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple in Indonesia. Trade easily and securely with Indodax with no worryweve got your back! Want to know more about Bitcoin? Click here With Indodax, you will be able to buy Bitcoin or other assets in less than an hour. We accept payment and deposit from any local bank in Indonesia. Exchange your Bitcoin or other assets to Rupiah instantly only with a few clicks! Your money will arrive in your bank account in one working day. Love to trade cryptocurrency and speculate on the Bitcoins price? Do it with us! We are online 24/7. Yes, even during holidays. Watch this video for our mission and vision! Support our movement as we embark together in a journey to build a bigger Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency ecosystem in Indonesia! Your account is protected with Multifactor Authentication, combination of e-mail and SMS verification with Google Authenticator pin requirement. These layers of security will guarantee that every transaction is signed and validated by no one other than yourself. You will only need one account to process any kind of Bitcoin transaction, whether it is to sell, buy, invest or trade Bitcoin. Indodax can be accessed easily through various types of devices, such as: PC, laptop, tablet and smartphones. Trade anywhere, anytime, instantly! Rupiah deposit can be processed instantly and Rupiah withdrawal will only take one working day before the money arrives in your bank account. Every Bitcoin deposit or withdrawal Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Adopters Could Soon Overtake Stock Traders In Indonesia

Bitcoin Adopters Could Soon Overtake Stock Traders In Indonesia

Bitcoin Adopters Could Soon Overtake Stock Traders in Indonesia Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Indonesias biggest exchange platform for cryptocurrencies including bitcoin could soon outrank the national stock exchange by sheer numbers of participants. A single cryptocurrency exchange in Indonesia could soon have more registered users than the countrys 106-year old stock exchange. If the value of bitcoin and the wider cryptocurrency market is in a rut, Indonesians have missed the memo. Speaking to Bloomberg , Indonesia Digital Asset Exchange (INDODAX) chief executive Oscar Darmawan claims the platform is on track to have 1.5 million KYC-registered users by the end of the 2018. With thousands of new users registering every day, the crypto exchange currently sees 1.14 million users after opening its doors in 2014. In contrast, the Indonesia Stock Exchange, the countrys national stock exchange, has a total of 1.18 million registered participants that trade stocks, futures, exchange-traded funds and options of listed companies worth a combined $520 billion, Bloomberg adds. The current combined market cap of cryptocurrencies stands at $355 billion, down from an all-time high of nearly $830 billion in early January this year. Bali-based INDODAX, formerly Bitcoin.co.id before a rebrand, offers fiat-to-bitcoin purchases to domestic users alongside crypto-to-crypto trading wherein bitcoin can be swapped for a handful of other supported coins including Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, DASH, Stellar and more. The executive further revealed that the exchange is currently facilitating an average of 100 billion rupiah ($7.3 million) in trading volume every day, a figure he hopes to double by the end of the year. We are seeing almost 3,000 new me Continue reading >>

Crypto Trend: Cryptocurrency Investors To Surpass Stock Traders In Indonesia

Crypto Trend: Cryptocurrency Investors To Surpass Stock Traders In Indonesia

By Carlos Terenzi in Cryptocurrency News Home Indonesia is one of the countries where the Cryptocurrency fever is re-shaping the financial markets. Why? Because in the next days or weeks, there will be more cryptocurrency traders than traditional stock traders. The Indonesia Digital Asset Exchange, known as Indodax, has 1.14 million users according to its website. This is just something impressive, considering that it opened in 2014 as a Bitcoin exchange. At the same time, the Indonesia Stock Exchange, which opened 106 years ago, has 1.18 million registered participants. It is very possible that there are more cryptocurrency investors than stock traders in this Asian country. The information is from one of the most important exchanges in the country, but there are several others that could help the numbers grow up. According to Indodax Chief Executive Officer, Oscar Darmawan, thousands of individuals join the platform on a daily basis. We are seeing almost 3,000 new members signing up everyday. Most people are trading in bitcoins though transactions in Ethereum have increased significantly of late, he commented . This is something that South Korea has also experienced in a similar way. The South Korean cryptocurrency market is processing more trades than the countrys stock market. In South Korea, the youngsters and millennials are very interested in cryptocurrencies, something that can be seen in the market. In the past, the central bank of Indonesia has warned investors about the risks of investing in cryptocurrencies. At the moment, there is no information about a possible cryptocurrency ban in the country, like in China for example. Indonesia as well as many other countries in the world are moving towards cryptocurrencies. Some time ago, we wrote at UseTheBitcoin th Continue reading >>

Indonesia Central Bank Warns Over Cryptocurrencies

Indonesia Central Bank Warns Over Cryptocurrencies

January 13, 2018 / 9:19 AM / in 4 months Indonesia central bank warns over cryptocurrencies JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesias central bank has issued a fresh warning about trading in cryptocurrencies like bitcoin because of the risk of losses to the public and even a potential threat to the stability of the financial system. FILE PHOTO: A collection of Bitcoin (virtual currency) tokens are displayed in this picture illustration taken December 8, 2017. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier/Illustration/File Photo Bank Indonesia (BI) has previously said that cryptocurrencies were not recognized as a legal medium of exchange, so that they could not be used as a means of payment in Indonesia. The ownership of virtual currencies is high risk and prone to speculation because there is no authority who takes responsibility, there is no official administrator and there is no underlying asset to be the basis for the price, BI spokesman Agusman said in a statement issued late on Friday. He said that virtual currencies could also be used in money laundering and terrorism funding, and due to all these factors could have an impact on the stability of the financial system and causes losses for society. (Cryptocurrency) is not a legal medium of exchange. We remind (people of) its risks. When the risks occur, the losses will be borne by the public. We are obliged to protect consumers and protect them from a bubble, Agusman said by telephone on Saturday. Asked whether such statements from authorities could stir panic among those who had already invested in cryptocurrencies, he said: They didnt consult with us when buying....please help us make the people understand. Indonesian authorities have been stepping up their warnings and last month BI issued a regulation banning use of cryptocurrencies by financi Continue reading >>

Bank Indonesia Urges Indonesians To Avoid Cryptocurrency Trading | Jakarta Globe

Bank Indonesia Urges Indonesians To Avoid Cryptocurrency Trading | Jakarta Globe

Bank Indonesia Urges Indonesians to Avoid Cryptocurrency Trading Bank Indonesia has reiterated its warning against speculation in cryptocurrencies for fear that a bubble could destabilize the country's financial sector. (Reuters Photo/Dado Ruvic) Category : Business , Editor's Choice , Featured , Banking/Finance Jakarta. Bank Indonesia has reiterated its warning against speculation in cryptocurrencies for fear that abubble could destabilize the country's financial sector. "Ownership of virtual currency is highly risky and full of speculation, because there is no single responsible authority, official administrator, nor underlying asset backing the virtual currency, which puts it at risk of forming a bubble, and because it is prone to be used in money laundering and terrorism financing, all of which make it capable of affecting financial stability and harming society," Bank Indonesia spokesman Agusman said in a statement on Saturday (13/01). The central bank said cryptocurrencies are not legal tender in Indonesia and cannot be used in transactions. Bank Indonesia does not allow banks, financial services, electronic wallet providers, payment service providers and financial technology companies to process any cryptocurrency payments. While the bank stopped short in the statement from outright banning cryptocurrency trading in the country, it urged Indonesians not to own, acquire or trade in it. Bit Coin Indonesia, the company behind Bitcoin.co.id the country's largest cryptocurrency exchange has yet to respond tothe Jakarta Globe's request for comment on the central bank'swarning. However, the company did post a warning on its website reminding traders about extreme volatility in cryptocurrency trading. The price of Bitcoin has risen sharply over the past year, gaining mo Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Adopters Could Soon Overtake Stock Traders In Indonesia

Bitcoin Adopters Could Soon Overtake Stock Traders In Indonesia

Bitcoin Adopters Could Soon Overtake Stock Traders in Indonesia Indonesias biggest exchange platform for cryptocurrencies including bitcoin could soon outrank the national stock exchange by sheer numbers of participants. A single cryptocurrency exchange in Indonesia could soon have more registered users than the countrys 106-year old stock exchange. If the value of bitcoin and the wider cryptocurrency market is in a rut, Indonesians have missed the memo. Speaking to Bloomberg , Indonesia Digital Asset Exchange (INDODAX) chief executive Oscar Darmawan claims the platform is on track to have 1.5 million KYC-registered users by the end of the 2018. With thousands of new users registering every day, the crypto exchange currently sees 1.14 million users after opening its doors in 2014. In contrast, the Indonesia Stock Exchange, the countrys national stock exchange, has a total of 1.18 million registered participants that trade stocks, futures, exchange-traded funds and options of listed companies worth a combined $520 billion, Bloomberg adds. The current combined market cap of cryptocurrencies stands at $355 billion, down from an all-time high of nearly $830 billion in early January this year. Bali-based INDODAX, formerly Bitcoin.co.id before a rebrand, offers fiat-to-bitcoin purchases to domestic users alongside crypto-to-crypto trading wherein bitcoin can be swapped for a handful of other supported coins including Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, DASH, Stellar and more. The executive further revealed that the exchange is currently facilitating an average of 100 billion rupiah ($7.3 million) in trading volume every day, a figure he hopes to double by the end of the year. We are seeing almost 3,000 new members signing up everyday. Most people are trading in bitcoins though trans Continue reading >>

Indodax - Is Indodax.com Scam Or Good Cryptocurrency Exchange?

Indodax - Is Indodax.com Scam Or Good Cryptocurrency Exchange?

Indodax (Bitcoin Indonesia) is an Indonesian cryptocurrency exchange that launched in 2013. It offers its services worldwide, but accepts deposits in Indonesian Rupiah only. - Indonesias largest bitcoin exchange. Indodax claims to have over 570 000 clients and a daily volume of over half a billion Rupiah. There are several other cryptocurrency exchanges operating in Indonesia, including the Local Bitcoins P2P platform. Indonesia is a considered an emerging economy and is a member of the Group of Twenty (G20) largest industrialized economies. - Large Instrument portfolio.Indodaxoffers spot trading in Bitcoin, Ether, Dogecoin, Litecoin, Nubits, Paycoin, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash and DarkCoin. This is a fairly good selection of alt-coins, while some exchanges offer trading in Bitcoin only. - Reasonable trading fees.Indodaxtrading fees are in the average for the industry. There are, of course, exchanges that charge 0% fees, but they either offer worse prices of the assets or charge hefty transfer fees. There are also exchanges that have much higher trading fees, in the range 1-7%. - No fees for trading in cryptocurrencies. The aforementioned 0.3% fee is for trading between cryptocurrencies and fiat currency. For trading between alt-coins, there is no fee. - Bank wires accepted.Indodaxaccepts fiat currency deposits and withdrawals via bank transfer, cash and vouchers. The accepting of cash payments is fairly rare for cryptocurrency exchanges and we can only think of a handful of such platforms. - No limits.Indodaxdoes not impose any limits on fiat currency deposits, i.e. there is no minimum and maximum. >> See crypto exchanges accepting cards << - Bitcoin wallet available.Indodaxoffers own cryptocurrency wallet, which can be used to store alt-coins or to send them elsewhere. The Continue reading >>

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