Bitstamp Fees

Deposit, Trading & Withdrawal fees

Bitstamp Exchange

Bitstamp is a bitcoin exchange based in London. It allows trading between USD currency and bitcoin cryptocurrency. It allows USD, EUR, bitcoin, litecoin, ethereum, ripple or bitcoin cash deposits and withdrawals.

Rank 48
Twitter
Fiats USD EUR
Volume 406,618 k$
Volume (Adj.) 406,618 k$
# Cryptos 21
# Markets 61

Bitstamp Trading fees

Market Maker 0.5%
Market Taker 0.5%

Bitstamp Deposit & Withdrawal fees

Deposit fees Withdrawal fees
0.0 EUR 3.0 EUR
0.0 USD 0.0 USD
- 0.0005 BTC
- 0.02 ETH
XRP logo XRP
- 0.02 XRP
- 0.2 UNI
- 0.0001 BCH
- 0.001 LTC
- 1.0 LINK
- 0.005 XLM
Dai logo Dai
- 1.0 DAI
- 0.07 AAVE
- 0.005 MKR
- 0.1 ALGO
- 0.0002 YFI
- 0.2 SNX
- 20.0 PAX
- 5.0 BAT
- 3.0 OMG
0x logo 0x
- 3.0 ZRX
UMA logo UMA
- 0.2 UMA
- 1.75 KNC
- 1.0 GUSD
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Bitstamp Fees Review

Crypto exchanges generally have different trading fees for market makers and market takers. The former adds liquidity to the market book by placing an order with a price that is different from the current market price, whereas the latter removes liquidity from the order book by placing any order that is executed against an order of the order book.

Most exchanges usually only have deposit fees for fiat currencies, but there are a few of them that also charges you when making crypto deposits (generally when they are deemed small). Withdrawal fees apply in almost every exchange, and they usually represent a fixed amount of the currency to be withdrawn.

As always, don't forget to check the crypto search engine to ensure you are choosing the cheapest exchange.