Coinbase fees (frais)
Europe (variable par region)
|Standard Buy(achat) / Sell(vente)||Credit / Debit Card Buys||Bank transfers (SEPA) – in / out*|
|1.49%||3.99%||Free / €0.15|
GDAX(coinbase traders interface) fees
Deposits and Withdrawals (depots et retraits)
Crypto Deposit: Free
Crypto Withdrawal: Free
ACH Deposit: Free
ACH Withdrawal: Free
SEPA Deposit: €0.15 EUR
SEPA Withdrawal: €0.15 EUR
USD Wire Deposit: $10 USD
USD Wire Withdrawal: $25 USD
There are no fees for having a GDAX account or for holding funds in your GDAX account. You may hold assets as long as desired; your account will not be closed due to inactivity.
note : le transfert coinbase->gdax est immédiat et gratuit, pour passer sur gdax, il suffit de valider son identité par un 2eme papier d’identité(ca peut prendre du temps).
Trading fees :
Note max :
Je vous la fait courte et en FR :
– si vous posez un ordre « limite » achat ou vente, vous etes un « maker » et donc vous payez 0.
– si vous passez un ordre « au prix du marché », vous « prenez » les ordres qu’un maker a placés, vous etes donc un taker, et vous payez les frais degressifs en fonction du volume.
Attention, un ordre stop sur gdax n’est qu’un trigger qui déclenche un ordre au prix du marché..
PS : me remerciez pas, vu le nombre de tentatives d’expliquer ca quand on me pose la question, je suis content de poser ca la une fois pour toutes ! Bref arretez de m’envoyer des messages privés à ce sujet grr.
|USER 30 DAY VOLUME||TAKER FEE||MAKER FEE|
|> 0 % (~0.00 ETH)||0.3 %||0 %|
|> 1 % (~8,186.94 ETH)||0.24 %|
|> 2.5 % (~20,467.34 ETH)||0.22 %|
|> 5 % (~40,934.69 ETH)||0.19 %|
|> 10 % (~81,869.38 ETH)||0.15 %|
|> 20 % (~163,738.76 ETH)||0.1 %|
HOW ARE FEES PROCESSED?
A 0.25% taker fee for all BTC books and 0.30% taker fee for all ETH and LTC books is collected on each trade during the day. At the end of the day (UTC 00:00), a rebate is calculated and issued. The amount of the rebate issued is calculated on the percentage of total exchange volume, per product, that a trader has participated in over the past 30 days.
For example, If 100 BTC was traded on Coinbase’s BTC/USD order book in the last thirty days and you accounted for 1.1 bitcoin, you account for more than 1% of the total volume and receive a rebate of 0.01% that day and pay an effective taker fee of 0.24%.
The rebate is issued in the quote currency.
HOW IS EXCHANGE VOLUME CALCULATED?
Volume is defined as the amount of bitcoin that is traded, or “changes hands” on the exchange. For example, if 10 bitcoin is transacted between a maker and taker, then the total exchange volume is 10 bitcoin, and each party will have participated in 100% of trade volume.
MAKER VS. TAKER
When you place an order at the market price that gets filled immediately, you are considered a taker and will pay a fee between 0.10% and 0.25% for BTC books and 0.10% and 0.30% for ETH books.
When you place an order which is not immediately matched by an existing order, that order is placed on the order book. If another customer places an order that matches yours, you are considered the maker and your fee will be 0%.
When you place an order that gets partially matched immediately, you pay a taker fee for that portion. The remainder of the order is placed on the order book and, when matched, is considered a maker order. The fee is 0% for that part of the total order.
no limits on cryptocurrency deposits and withdrawals
The full list of withdrawal fees is available in your Account. Here follows the brief overview on some of our fees for popular currencies.
- BTC: 0.00085 BTC
- BCC: 0.0018 BCC
- ETH: 0.00215 ETH
- ETC: 0.002 ETC
- USDT: 100 USDT
- STRAT: 0.01 STRAT
- LTC: 0.003 LTC
- DASH: 0.03 DASH
- XMR: 0.09 XMR
- BCN: 0.1 BCN
- ARDR: 1 ARDR
- STEEM: 0.01 STEEM
There are two types of trading commissions on HitBTC: fees (0.1%) and rebates (0.01%). Fees are those that you pay, and rebates are being paid to you.
The logic is as follows: you’re paying for emptying the order book, and you’re being paid for adding new lines in the order book.
(note max : logique maker/taker)
For example, you’re creating a market order. Being executed, it removes liquidity from HitBTC order book, fills other users’ orders. Same thing happens as you’re creating limit order which already has suitable pair in the order book. In that case you’re paying 0.1% fee as your order is being executed.
In case you’re creating a buy limit order below the current price, or a sell order above the current price, your order is being added to the order book. You’re increasing the liquidity, that’s why you’re being paid with 0.01% rebate as your order is being executed.
Take a look at the picture. Fee and rebate are being displayed in the order creating tile.
Only makes sense for high volume trading with this fee structure… which you guys should definitely be more upfront about. Definitely shady business practice.
Solutions pour éviter de si gros frais ?
en théorie, une place d’échanges décentralisée devrait règler ce pb.
des Wallets sont en cours de developpement pour permettre des échanges directs sans passer par des places de marchés/bourse d’échanges.. :