How to fast buy/sell cryptocurrency at

Once your account has been created, you may log into your panel. Choose „Wallets” from the menu on the left. Choose a deposit currency and the amount of funds you wish to send. Fiat currencies supported at include USD, EUR and PLN. Proceed with your payment using the account number vi...

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What is Maker and Taker fee?

Every time once you are making a transaction (buying or selling cryptocurrency) at BitBay we charge you with a transaction fee. Fee depends on a turnover on your BitBay account over the last 30 days. The fee is diversified depending on whether the user places a new order on the exchange or uses an e...

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What is the difference between Place an order and Quick transaction?

If you want to buy digital currency immediately - select the Quick transaction option. Then you only indicate the amount you want to spend on it, and the system automatically uses the best of the offers (at the lowest exchange rate) and exchanges funds for the digital currency you indicated. post o...

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What is the differences between "Stop" and "Fill or Kill" order?

Stop order is used to trigger a market sell when the market drops to your trigger price or used to trigger a market buy if the market rises to your trigger price. If shorting, a trader would place a stop buy above the current price. This would mean that if the market goes against their short (up) th...

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How do additional balances work on BitBay?

Each BitBay user can create additional balance in the currency of choice. It is possible by going to “Wallets” menu and using “+” button. When creating a new balance, we can give it preferred name and then we can split funds between balances of the chosen currency. Every user has one balance...

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What are the symbols on the exchange chart?

After logging into the exchange panel, you will see the chart. The chart cointains elements such as time and rate level, selection of a time range (from 1 minute to 1 year), tools and selection of a view which interests you. At the top of the chart you can see the determinations such as Open (O), Hi...

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