Cryptopia, has anyone tried this yet?

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  1. Gullintanni

    Gullintanni Well-Known Member

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    I just signed up at the weekend and even though they said it may take 2 weeks to authenticate my account it is already up and running.
    The platform appears pretty straight forward setting buy and sell orders.
    They also have a market place where you can sell stuff for crypto.
    I believe they have 400 different coins on offer and it is NZ owned (the reason i am trying it).
    Loading with fiat requires a bank deposit that can take 3 days to clear ( will update on this).
    You can also load cryptos from your wallets onto here (update on this as well).
    I have sent my first fiat through and when this clears i shall load some crypto and see how that goes as well.
    Love to hear thoughts from anyone who has been using this.
     
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    I signed up a couple Months ago, no waiting, no nothing just like Binance. I used it to off load a new crypto called ETN as cryptopia is the only exchange handling ETN at the moment. Did about 3 or 4 transactions and it all went well. Can't comment on anything else as all I wanted to do was offload ETN but it seemed like a good exchange.
     
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    Thanks for that.
    I sent a $100 through in fiat to see how quick it goes in and ill have a wee play with that and do a withdrawal to see how quickly that comes out and if all is well i shall probably do a big share of my trading with them.
     
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    kim dot com's exchange, has been doing well apart from the bismuth issues.
     
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    No problems using Cryptopia on my end. Lots of shitcoins there, but plenty of opportunities as well.
     
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    I use it to trade ETN -- no issues with it so far.
     
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    Is it really ? Kims site ? That would explain a lot...
    guess i need to do some more research!!
    Disclosure.. I admire the never quit attitude of the big guy!
    And i might own some bitcache :)
     
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    Never had any issues on cryptopia, being involved with mining its a must have, i day trade on binance but cryptopia serves its purposes too, yes it does have alot of shit coins as mentioned earlier and thats because they unlike other exchanges will list a coin for a 10k fee....

    Anyway you shouldn't have any problems on cryptopia... Good luck with your ventures
     
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    Well update on first fiat deposit ,it cleared for use from my bank to theirs in just 6 hours nowhere near the 3 days they suggest it may take.
    They have a heap of coins but some with very little volume.
    As pointed out above though some of the shitcoins can have wild swings and being on the right side can be profitable.
    Ill spend a day jumping in and out of some coins and try a fiat withdrawal and update on the time the withdrawal takes, then do all this again with crypto instead.
    Thanks for the info team:)
     
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