Written by : Joel nzoda on Digilah (Tech Thought Leadership)
You can buy via:
– stock exchanges that automate the market and maintain accounts in euros for their clients.
In France, they must be backed by an institution with a payment service provider license (credit institution, electronic money institution or payment institution) issued by the ACPR.
– over-the-counter platforms that connect buyers and sellers. To limit thefts and scams, these platforms sequester the bitcoins exchanged and offer a system for evaluating players.
– DEXs (Decentralized Exchanges), over-the-counter platforms that replace the trusted third party with a smart contract.
– brokers who act as intermediaries between stock exchanges and buyers.
– exchange counters: Brokers who sell bitcoins in a given physical space, often with support for novice customers.
The exchange fees are given here for information only from the information displayed by the exchanges and most often based on a bank transfer.
– The fees only concern buyers and can be very different for sellers; – on the same platform, the overall cost can vary considerably depending on the volume traded, the trading mode (maker / taker ) and above all the means of payment , bank transfer being preferred for a lower cost.
– there may be hidden charges such as withdrawal fees; – the reference price may vary from broker to broker.
Liquidity: For the largest exchanges I have added an indication (ranging from + to +++) on liquidity, this is an indication to take into consideration if you wish to trade large volumes at the best price.
Learn more: Buy bitcoins – bitcoin.fr
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