BitFlyer enables traders to place market, limit and complex trade orders

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BitFlyer has already been registered as a virtual currency exchange by Japanese regulators and has traded more than $100 billion in virtual currencies so far this year in Japan. It is worth mentioning that BitFlyer has become the fourth digital currency exchange to receive approval from the New York State Department of Financial Services for a “BitLicense” to operate as a virtual currency exchange in New York. This brings the total number of states in which BF is licensed up to 40.

Bitcoin trading volume in Japanese yen regularly accounts for 60 percent or more of global trading volume in the digital currency, according to CryptoCompare. BitFlyer company plans to offer zero percent trading fees in the U.S. through the end of this year. The exchange plans to add support for litecoin, ethereum, ethereum classic and other digital currencies in early 2018.

BitFlyer has obtained two types of insurance coverage from a major domestic insurance company in order to ensure that customer assets are protected.

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Go to the “Create an Account” page and enter your email address, then click on the “Sign Up” button. If you have a Facebook account, click on the “Create an Account with Facebook” button. Doing so will create an account with the email address registered under your Facebook account.

Reviews and opinions: 29.11.2017
“I would like to know which are the other 40 state where they will be allowed to operate”

“Maybe the Bitcoin industry will enter a more honest era where the exchanges won’t rape and pilledge their customers more than the regulated banks do. They seem to welcome real currencies into their folds but rip the public off trying t get it back out.”

“If you use GDAX you can wire before noon PST and have it in your account that afternoon. Are you referring to coinbase ACH? I don’t know how so many people miss the extreme effectiveness and efficiency of GDAX (coinbases’ US based Exchange)”