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bitFlyer continues to be one of the best Bitcoin exchanges in Europe since 2018

This post was originally published on this siteThis post was originally published on this site In the ever-competitive sphere of the digital asset industry, bitFlyer has been a dominant entity over the past few years, establishing itself as one of the most reliable cryptocurrency exchanges.  bitFlyer Europe was launched in Luxembourg back in early January 2018, and since then it has maintained […]
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SAFE FAST TRANSACTIONS One of the largest bitcoin exchange in Europe based out of Romania now serving Canada

https://btrexchange.com/
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Japan’s bitFlyer launches bitcoin exchange in Europe

Japan’s bitFlyer launches bitcoin exchange in Europe submitted by mesra to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Bitstamp works on becoming the first licenced bitcoin exchange in Europe

Bitstamp works on becoming the first licenced bitcoin exchange in Europe submitted by smartgerman to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin exchanges in Europe - verification requirements?

Is there a place to find the customer verification requirements for the various Bitcoin exchanges in Europe? Circle, Coinbase, Kraken? I'm in the US, so I can't just create an account and check myself.
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The cloudy state of bitcoin exchanges in Europe

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Bitcoin exchanges in Europe - verification requirements? /r/Bitcoin

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Bitcoin Startup needs a CTO

Hello, I am planning to launch a Bitcoin Exchange in Europe and in Brazil and I am currently searching an experienced programmer who can assure the coding of the exchange platform as well as security related issues. We are in charge of all legal, financial and marketing aspects of the exchange and we need someone to be our technical partner.
As we are just launching our startup soon, we can offer up to 33% of the shares in the company to our CTO.
We currently know some open source projects that can serve as a basis for our exchange platform. The projects are built in Python / Ruby / PHP. Here are the links:
Ideally our CTO should be a senior programmer and have strong background in web security issues.
Regards, Pedro
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Bitcoin exchange bitFlyer adds Ethereum in US and Europe

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BitOasis prices linked to Bitfinex - How can I profit?

I noticed that the BTC/USD price at BitOasis (largest exchange in the Middle East) is very closely linked to the Bitfinex rate. This was true when BF was higher than most other major exchanges and is also true now that BF is lower than most other exchanges.
I suspect that the exchange itself (or some massive whale) acts as a market maker, and buys and sells when the exchange rates deviates too much from the BF rate.
Now here's my question. As I understand, the main reason for the BitFinex rate difference to other exchanges is that it is almost impossible to get money in or out. For BitOasis, this problem does not exist. There are no problems getting money in or out or getting Bitcoin in or out - Still the exchange rate is the same as BF.
Who has a good idea, how to profit from this. How would I arbitrage.
I thought about buying btc at BitOasis, transferring them to a different exchange (e.g. Kraken/Stamp) and then sending the money back to reinvest in BitOasis. However I might lose a lot due to currency conversion fees and bank transfer fees and also don't want to be flagged by some government agency for sending large amounts of money from the Middle East to Bitcoin exchanges in Europe/the US... :O
Edit: The same is true for ETH, in case that matters
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Arbitraging BitFinex

I posted the same question already in bitcoin , but maybe this is actually the better forum. (https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/6d8lau/bitoasis_prices_linked_to_bitfinex_how_can_i/)
I noticed that the BTC/USD price at BitOasis (largest exchange in the Middle East) is very closely linked to the Bitfinex rate. This was true when BF was higher than most other major exchanges and is also true now that BF is lower than most other exchanges.
I suspect that the exchange itself (or some massive whale) acts as a market maker, and buys and sells when the exchange rates deviates too much from the BF rate.
Now here's my question. As I understand, the main reason for the BitFinex rate difference to other exchanges is that it is almost impossible to get money in or out. For BitOasis, this problem does not exist. There are no problems getting money in or out or getting Bitcoin in or out - Still the exchange rate is the same as BF.
Who has a good idea, how to profit from this. How would I arbitrage.
I thought about buying btc at BitOasis, transferring them to a different exchange (e.g. Kraken/Stamp) and then sending the money back to reinvest in BitOasis. However I might lose a lot due to currency conversion fees and bank transfer fees and also don't want to be flagged by some government agency for sending large amounts of money from the Middle East to Bitcoin exchanges in Europe/the US... :O
The same is true for ETH, in case that matters
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Bitcoin World First Nationally Licensed Exchange 'Bitstamp'

Hi All,
European bitcoin exchange Bitstamp has become the first fully licensed bitcoin exchange in Europe. The license will go into effect on July 1st and marks the first time that a bitcoin exchange acquires the license as a fully regulated payment institution, in the world.
I think its great move which will have positive impact on digital currency industry globally. What is your opinion?
Thank you
CryptoJeweler
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European exchanges: which one would you recommend?

Both Bitcoin Central (France) and Bitcoin24 (Germany/Poland) are now out business. Which are the remaining Bitcoin exchanges in Europe? I would like to deposit and withdraw via SEPA wire transfers. Thanks!
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Freelance Publicity - how confidential are "ghost writers / freelance article writers" ?

I recently launched a bitcoin exchange in Europe and would like to do some consulting with merchants who want to accept bitcoin as a payment method. Through Facebook networking, I've found a consultant who has a name within a tourism-related niche that I'd like to target.
This consultant who has suggested that we cooperate on a project that is to culminate in an article being written by a freelancer and distributed in mainstream press outlets and bitcoin news outlets in Europe and the US.
The idea is to hire a freelancer to write the article and conduct research so that the article is handed to writers and editors "on a silver platter" and for free, if they'll run it. Of course, we'd like our companies mentioned, but we can't insist on that. The good news organizations actually do have a wall between the editors and sales department, and the others we can't afford, even if we did want that kind of publicity.
The consultant absolutely refuses to give me the name of the freelancer who is a former journalist and will be the one writing up the story, doing the background research, and packaging it for news outlets.
My question is: Why wouldn't he want me to know who we are dealing with?
Also, if anyone else has successfully pursued such a strategy for getting publicity, what did the freelance writer get paid? Was it worth it?
Thanks in advance!
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bitFlyer: The world's largest Bitcoin exchange is coming to Europe in Early 2018

bitFlyer: The world's largest Bitcoin exchange is coming to Europe in Early 2018 submitted by Miladran to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

World's largest Bitcoin exchange launches in Europe

World's largest Bitcoin exchange launches in Europe submitted by IndeedHowlandReed to BitcoinUK [link] [comments]

Open discussion: bitcoin.de is claimed to be the largest exchange in Europe with over 430,000 customers. The order book is so thin the recent spread can exceed $2,000 . What do we think?

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Buy Bitcoin Worldwide - Bitcoin Exchanges Available in Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America, Oceania

Buy Bitcoin Worldwide - Bitcoin Exchanges Available in Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America, Oceania submitted by btcwerks to HowToBuyBitcoin [link] [comments]

A security backed by Bitcoins which will shortly debut on the Gibraltar Stock Exchange, will offer new opportunities for investment. On Monday, Gibraltar welcomed Europe’s first regulated Bitcoin product in the form of Bitcoin exchange-traded instrument Bitcoin-ETI.

A security backed by Bitcoins which will shortly debut on the Gibraltar Stock Exchange, will offer new opportunities for investment. On Monday, Gibraltar welcomed Europe’s first regulated Bitcoin product in the form of Bitcoin exchange-traded instrument Bitcoin-ETI. submitted by _ich_ to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) launches scheme with The Sun Exchange and ElectriCChain to provide solar panels, and to reward participants with Bitcoin and Solarcoin. If successful similar schemes could be rolled out in Romania, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and even the rest of Europe.

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) launches scheme with The Sun Exchange and ElectriCChain to provide solar panels, and to reward participants with Bitcoin and Solarcoin. If successful similar schemes could be rolled out in Romania, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and even the rest of Europe. submitted by a_deleted_username to SolarCoin [link] [comments]

BL3P, the only bitcoin exchange based in the Netherlands, is now available to everyone in Europe!

BL3P is a bitcoin exchange by Bitonic, the largest and oldest Bitcoin company in the Netherlands.
BL3P is the only bitcoin exchange based in the Netherlands and holds Dutch bank accounts to process EUR transactions.
Please give it a try and let us know what you think!
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CoinMate.io European Bitcoin Exchange - YouTube Eterbase - Europe's Premier Cryptocurrency Exchange Decentralized Exchange Panel - The European Bitcoin Convention -- 2013 Amsterdam TOP 6 BITCOIN/CRYPTO EXCHANGES IN 2020  COMPARISON Top 5 Best Cryptocurrency Exchanges in 2019 - 2020  Best ...

Note: Exchanges provide highly varying degrees of safety, security, privacy, and control over your funds and information. Perform your own due diligence and choose a wallet where you will keep your bitcoin before selecting an exchange. Bitcoin and Blockchain, that’s the future. Contract processing via Smart Contracts. Cashless payment contact. A market that is fast, efficient, forgery-proof and fraud-proof. All this is to be guaranteed by crypto currencies such as Bitcoin. Di Best EUR / Bitcoin Exchanges Buy Bitcoin with Euro. ... which made them the first official bitcoin exchange in the European Union which can opeate in each and every country in Europe. By now, over 20 bitcoin exchanges are quoting EUR denominated exchange rates. The prices and spreads vary widely among the platforms. On some Asian exchanges, bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies can be purchased only for local currency – you will need Japanese Yen (JPY) to buy in Japan and Korean Won (KRW) in South Korea. This is a severe limitation for the European, especially when it comes to dealing with a website that is only available in the local language. And with all of this enthusiasm for Bitcoin, comes a TON of exchanges and services to . One of the easiest ways to buy Bitcoin in Europe is through cryptocurrency exchanges. There are several exchanges offering Bitcoin in Europe, and you can easily select one based on your requirements and preferences using our guide for each country.

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CoinMate.io European Bitcoin Exchange - YouTube

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