Coinbase Advanced vs Bitstamp

Compare Coinbase Advanced and Bitstamp reviews, prices, features and more side-by-side

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Features
  • Withdrawable
  • Integrated Wallet
  • Instant Verification
  • Mobile App
  • Business Accounts
  • Affiliate Program
  • Two-factor Authentication
  • Cold Storage
  • Licensed / Regulated

While Coinbase' consumer service is intended for the broader masses, the Advanced service is targeting crypto traders by offering a professional trading interface and lower fees.

3.0 / 5

13 user ratings

Ease of Use

3.7

Value for Money

3.2

Verification

3.1

Support

2.5

  • $10.00

  • €0.15

  • Various Licenses and PSD2, see https://www.coinbase.com/legal/licenses

Bitstamp is the first licensed cryptocurrency exchange in the EU. Verification is usually completed within a few hours and requires the upload of an ID card and proof of residence.

3.6 / 5

5 user ratings

Ease of Use

3.8

Value for Money

3.8

Verification

3.0

Support

3.6

  • 0.05% (min. $7.50)

  • 5.00%

  • Payment Institution License (=PSD2) from Luxembourg regulator CSSF; BitLicense in NY

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