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Bitstack pricing and fees disclosures
Bitstack pricing and fees disclosures
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Written by Alexandre Roubaud
Updated over a week ago

Bitcoin Exchange Fees

Bitstack charges a small fee when you buy or sell bitcoin.* The fee will be listed on the trade confirmation screen before you complete the transaction.

30 days EUR volume

Fee

< €250

1.49%

€250 - €5,000

0.99%

€5,000 - €10,000

0.89%

€10,000 - €50,000

0.79%

€50,000 - €250,000

0.69%

€250,000 - €500,000

0.59%

> €500,000

0.49%

*€0.29 minimum fee when buying by Card.

Note: If you place a one-time trade for €5,000, you will immediately benefit from lower fees and be charged 0.89%.

Bitstack may also include a spread on the exchange rate we use to price bitcoin buys and sells on our platform. Depending on market conditions, the spread we apply to our exchange rate may be anywhere between 0% and 1%. Exchange rates are shown on the trade confirmation screen before you submit your transaction.

At Bitstack, we offer bitcoin liquidity to you by transacting with multiple vetted third parties. We may make use of an exchange rate spread over and above mid-market pricing in order to increase the likelihood a transaction succeeds and temporarily lock in your quoted price while your order is processed.

Bitcoin Withdrawal Fees

When you withdraw bitcoin from Bitstack to a different wallet, you are able to choose a speed of Standard, Rush, or Priority.

Withdrawal fees are calculated at the time an order is placed and are based on the speed of the transfer you select. These fees are:

  • Priority - 30 minutes or less: Pro Rata + an additional fee of up to €3

  • Rush - 2 hours or less: Pro Rata + an additional fee of up to €2

  • Standard - usually 24 hours or less: Free

If Bitstack charges a fee, it will be listed on the withdrawal confirmation screen before you complete the transaction.

Note: Pro rata fees for Priority and Rush speeds are calculated by your share of network transaction fees and may fluctuate. A network transaction fee is an obligatory payment you make to miners for adding your bitcoin transfer and its associated data to the blockchain. Your exact network transaction fee is calculated by 2 variables: your chosen withdrawal speed and blockchain congestion. This fee can increase or decrease depending on the amount of people trying to transfer their bitcoin (blockchain congestion) at the time of your transaction, and it can increase if you choose a faster withdrawal speed.


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