Stocks And Currencies Exchanges You Want to Know For 2018

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Bitstamp

This is one of the oldest bitcoin exchanges on the market these days. Bitstamp was created in 2011 as a pure bitcoin exchange, and it has hung around since then – adding a number of altcoins in 2017. Users can use Visa and Mastercard, as well as deposit both Euros and US dollars.

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Pros: Highly respected and reliable, good for large transactions, cheap fees

Cons: Big fees on small amounts of money, not the best choice for beginners

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