I've seen people confused about the differences between exchanges so I did some research on some of the most popular Crypto to Fiat Exchanges. These are all exchanges I have personal experience with. They are all solid products but they come with slightly different user experiences and fees.
If you would like to learn in more detail about the UI/UX, Fees, and difference between Coinbase, Coinbase Pro, Cash App, and Kraken read my complete article on the Best Crypto Exchanges
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Freewallet and Changelly launched off-chain coin swaps. Such exchanges are executed in 2-3 minutes and characterized by low fees and enhanced anonymity.
Have questions about EOS? Please check the pinned post and Ultimate FAQ in the sidebar.
Read what happened last week on EOSIO: https://www.eosgo.io/blog/what-happened-this-week-on-eosio-23-29-mar
Please be wary of scams. Never type or paste your private key into a website. If you aren't sure or have even the slightest doubt, please stop what you are doing and ask someone for help.
The best part is happening - DApps on EOS. View most DApps and projects on EOSIO, including Marketcap of respective tokens on https://eosgo.io
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Bancor and EOS Nation bring liquidity to EOS via xNation. With special co-host John Heeter of Boid. - Up for Discussions March 29th - #eos
Hi all, I've been reading tutorials and guidelines for much to stake for a one time transfer. I own 300 EOS and would like to transfer the whole amount to Binance. I have never staked any EOS before and am using Scatter + eostoolkit. I have RAM: 3446 bytes used / 5473 bytes owned, CPU: 0.1536 (0% Used) & NET: 0.0512 (0% Used). I've tried staking 0.1, 0.5, 1, and 2 EOS under both the CPU & the NET at the same time but I keep receiving errors about billed CPU time being greater than maximum billable CPU time. What am I doing wrong here? I'd just like to sell this complicated shit coin. Thanks!
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Position of Top 20% Futures Traders on Binance (Mar 26th, 2020)
BTC Long 58.56%
ETH Long 52.57%
BCH Long 51.87%
XRP Long 51.13%
EOS Long 51.94%
LTC Long 51.48%
TRX Long 57.46%
ETC Long 52.15%
LINK Long 53.68%
XLM Long 58.20%
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EOS.IO is a blockchain protocol powered by the native cryptocurrency EOS. The smart contract platform claims to eliminate transaction fees and also conduct millions of transactions per second.