Author Topic: Best bitcoin exchange in Korea?  (Read 5989 times)

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Offline Relko23

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Offline sckameikin22

Yes, this is a good exchange.

Offline ZafarYaqoob

ya, the Bithumb is one of most popular exchange in Koria.
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Offline Ravid

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I know there is three but which is the best one?

Bitshares is the best Korean exchange. Also American,  African, Russian, Chinese, European, Canadian, Middle Eastern, Indian... You get the idea :)

Offline JoseEdwards

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good question also looking for it, let me know if you can find it
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Offline Anonymous8986

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Not sure if they are still in business, but I remember that I used Korbit to exchange Bitcoin - all went pretty smooth so I'd recommend them for you.

Offline tonighthardy

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Korean credit cards work but overseas credit cards don’t. I suggest using a virtual account. It is the easiest to use with the lowest fees. https://www.bithumb.com/u1/US129/2
« Last Edit: August 24, 2017, 04:56:39 am by tonighthardy »

Offline yorijori

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It seems Bithumb takes credit card do they accept that? I can't seem to find it on the site.  ???

Offline tonighthardy

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Here is my experience of the 3. Korbit - Probably smallest one in Korea. They have pretty high transaction fees for low quantities and site is a bit slow. Bithumb - Largest in Korea. They seem to have the best rates for selling/buying bitcoin and lowest transaction fees. They have a wallet you can use as well. Currently the place I use. Coinone - I went to this site first and had a few questions but there line was always busy and email response took about 3 days. They have a live chat which I thought was pretty neat but its only in Korean.

Offline yorijori

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I know there is three but which is the best one?