Crypto trading in Australia!


#81

Yay, Perth!! Living in the best place to escape the coming nuclear apocalypse (joking!).


#82

Hey, I’m Perth based.


#83

Perth here aswell :v:t3:


#84

Any Brisbane peeps in here?!


#85

The Mighty WOLLONGONG !!!


#86

Does anyone know the exact amount you have to buy on coinbase for it to automatically increase your buy limit? I’ve attempted to send them a request but have not heard anything in return.
Cheers


#87

Sunshine Coast… Too many traffic lights in Brisbane…!!


#88

I just found out about these guys - based in Brisbane.
2% fee for BTC purchases. Good if you want to buy and HODL.

http://www.bitcointradingcompany.com.au


#89

Coinbase increased my weekly limit from $300 to $500 after a month of buying $300 weekly. But I have stopped buying now at after seeing my credit card bill, there attractive rate doesn’t look too attractive after applying fees.


#90

BTC Markets guys, offers bank transfer for no fee, and only has a 0.85% fee on purchases


#91

Hi Globa
Is http://www.bitcointradingcompany.com.au good rank? I used to transfer from Independent Serve. Coinbase too slow. Tq.


#92

Second this, I’ve moved here and after about $300 they reduce 0.85 to 0.83 and I assume will continue to do so as you buy more.

Coinbase is 4% fee but what you don’t see until you login to your bank account is the additional conversion/international fee.


#93

Coinspot fee are insanely high. I wrote them a letter stating their customers are talking about this and said their going to lose them to other sites if they don’t do anything. Gave it a shot see what they say, as long as the seeds planted,


#94

Everyone else with experience at www.bitcointradingcompany.com.au ?


#95

I was thinking of doing the same, good onya for taking the initiative, but i dont doubt for one second that someone from Coinspot reads these comments.


#96

I think 1-2 days but please don’t quote me. I’m not sure how they compare to coinspot. But I’m sure they’re cheaper… I forget to be honest as I’m madly typing this in between work etc…


#97

If BTC markets is offering 0.85% fee though… Hard to go past…!!!


#98

I currently use Coinjar, is ‘BTC markets’ cheaper?


#99

I just enter through BTCmarkets and forward to polo bittrex bitfinnex binance hitbtc etc etc trading in and out of my trezor or nano s wallet. I haven’t cashed any out yet but when I do I will exit through BTCmarkets again. I think it’s a 20k a day limit.


#100

For anybody thinking about getting CoinJar’s Swipe card: I got mine a few months ago, and I’ve found it not very useful. I guess I partly have myself to blame for not fully researching how it works. For me, these are the major problems with it:

  1. You need to pre-load the card with AUD. It doesn’t connect live to your BTC balance.
  2. It’s basically an EFTPOS card, not VISA or Mastercard. It also doesn’t have a chip or RFID, so you can only use it in swipe machines (and not online).
  3. I haven’t found a way to take money out of the card and back into my BTC balance. So I currently have a small balance sitting there in AUD, which is pretty much useless to me as I’m currently overseas.

I’m not saying the card is useless, but if you were hoping (like I was) that you could use this for making all kinds of purchases easily with your BTC, then you’ll be disappointed.

I’m now patiently waiting for TenX to issue me a card :slight_smile: