Although Omgfin was launched in 2018, it seems that this trading platform only starts getting some recognition. The exchange itself operates out of Estonia, a very crypto-friendly country. It holds two licenses from the corresponding authorities: the first grants the right to act as a provider of currency exchange, and the second allows the provision of wallet services. The trading fees are low - only 0.045%.
As I see it, the industry is currently developing in a way that leads to the demise of the majority of altcoins and cryptocurrency exchanges that simply don't meet the necessary standards of security, efficiency, and, in case of cryptocurrencies, the ability to showcase sustainable gains. It is like the survival of the strongest in the crypto space right now. And I doubt that BitForex would be able to survive the competition in the long run. This platform is just too dull and unreliable, if not to say shady.
CoinBene, like all other cryptocurrency exchange of the middle rank, can't really boast anything out of the ordinary. It has a necessary set of trading tools, an okayish choice of trading options, and an uncomplicated withdrawal procedure. The fees could have been a bit lower, but they aren't predatory as well. All in all, CoinBene is a platform that would suffice the needs of average traders.
Coinbase CEO reportedly buys LA mansion for $133M. The estate was formerly owned by Ellen Bronfman Hauptman, the daughter of billionaire Seagram’s heir Charles Bronfman. Brian Armstrong, CEO of Coinbase — the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the United States - reportedly made a multi-million-dollar real estate purchase at the end of 2021. Armstrong bought a $133-million Los Angeles property from Japanese entrepreneur Hideki Tomita in December, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing anonymous people familiar with the matter. According to The Wall Street Journal, Tomita originally purchased the real estate for $85 million in 2018. The new deal allegedly marks the biggest home purchase ever completed in the L.A. area. Prior to being sold to Tomita, the Bel-Air estate was formerly owned by Ellen Bronfman Hauptman, the daughter of billionaire Seagram’s heir Charles Bronfman. The property includes a 19,000-square-foot mansion featuring a theater, a gym and a double-height dining room. The property also reportedly had a 6,600-square-foot guest house designed by Paul Williams.
Coinbase users can choose to deposit paychecks directly to accounts. Customers will have the option to deposit "as much or as little" of their paychecks as they want in the feature rolling out in the next few weeks. Coinbase will soon allow United States businesses to deposit employees’ paychecks directly into accounts at the cryptocurrency exchange. In a Monday blog post, Coinbase senior director of product Prakash Hariramani said the exchange would be offering direct deposits for workers who want to use their paychecks to purchase crypto with no transaction fees. Users can set up direct deposits through a supported payroll company on the Coinbase app, or through a company’s human resources department. Hariramani said users will have the option to deposit “as much or as little” of their paychecks as they want in the feature rolling out in the next few weeks. Coinbase cited “time-consuming and inconvenient” frequent transfers as part of the reason for the service, saying direct deposits would allow users a more efficient and faster way to earn crypto rewards. Coinbase has already partnered with U.S.-based firms including Fortress Investment Group, M31 Capital, Nansen, and SuperRare Labs to roll out direct deposits for “employees throughout the creator economy and financial services” and hinted at more in the coming months. The exchange also announced thatholders of its branded Visa debit card would have the opportunity to earn up to 4% back in crypto rewards. The move comes a week after the exchange said it would not be pursuing its Lend crypto lending program. Coinbase initially said it planned to offer partial returns on deposits of USD Coin (USDC), but later abandoned the program after the Securities and Exchange Commission threatened the company with legal action.
I used to work with this company on a project and I had only positive impressions of the cooperation with these guys. They are honest and what is more important, they are always ready to hear you.
This broker attracted me with a good choice of trading accounts and platforms. By the time I first learned about the broker I had already understood the difference between market and instant execution. So, I knew which accounts I needed for my trading needs. I opened several accounts with the broker. I can say that the trading process is quite smooth here. As for withdrawing funds, it’s not problematic and scary here.
The number of different platforms you can use here impressed me a lot. Moreover, I noticed here that the currency of my account might be whether usd, gbp or eur and many other currencies. In my opinion, it's pretty convenient. I don't favor usd. Is there any opportunity to withdraw money in crypto? That would have been awesome!
I joined them a few months ago and was surprisingly satisfied with fxpro services. They offer a lot of trading instruments. Spread is not high. Stable execution without strong slippages or requotes.
I really like this broker for the high leverage that they provide and the strong support that they have, they never keep you waiting for too much and they always have the best answers for any questions.