Trading fee

The price which is displayed in the advertisement already includes trading fee and will be the final price that you need to pay (there are no additional fees).

Trading fee is calculated as 1% of the price set on the advertisement. The price displayed to advertisement's viewers already includes fees.

Please refer to the example below for more details

Sell Offer: 

If you make an advertisement or offer to sell 1 BTC at 7000 USD/BTC, then your actual receiving price is 7000 USD, and the displayed price in the ads is 7000 + 1% * 7000 =  7070 USD. 

When buyers take your offer,  they will pay the displayed price, which is 7070 USD. You will receive that 7070 USD in exchange for (1 BTC + 1% * 1 BTC) = 1.01 BTC in which 1 BTC will go to the buyer, and 0.01 BTC is the trading fee. 

Buy Offer: 

If you make an advertisement or offer to buy 1 BTC at 7000 USD/BTC, then your actual paying price is 7000 USD, and the displayed price in the ads is (7000 - 1% * 7000) USD. 

When someone sells bitcoin to you,  you will pay (7000 - 1% * 7000) USD, and receive 1 BTC - 1% * 1 BTC. So you pay exactly 7000 USD/BTC and do not pay any other fees.

Trading fee, in this case, is 1% of the total BTC amount.

Withdrawal fee for each coin:

BTC: 0.0002

ETH: 0.005

USDT: 5

BCH: 0.0001

LTC: 0.0005

XRP: 0.00001

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Deposit fees for each coin:

BTC: 0.0002

ETH: 0.005

USDT: 0

BCH: 0.0001

LTC: 0.0005

XRP: 0

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Minimum required to withdraw coins:

BTC: 0.0001

ETH: 0.001

USDT: 1

BCH: 0.0001

LTC: 0.0001

XRP: 20

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