Coinbase, Exchanges

What Fees Does Coinbase Charge?

Coinbase is a digital asset exchange company founded in 2012. The company is headquartered in San Francisco. Coinbase allows clients to buy and sell digital currencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin.

It also allows users to store their digital assets in a wallet. Coinbase has been described as a digital wallet that lets users store, spend, and receive digital currency.

Coinbase charges a fee of 1% for each transaction that a user makes. The company also charges a flat fee of $0.99 for each purchase or sale of digital currency. For example, if a user buys $100 worth of Bitcoin, they will be charged a fee of $1.

If the user then sells $100 worth of Bitcoin, they will be charged a fee of $0.99. Coinbase also charges a separate fee for withdrawals from wallets.

Coinbase has been criticized for its high fees. In 2017, the company changed its fee structure after receiving complaints from users. The new structure is tiered, meaning that users who make more transactions will pay higher fees. For example, users who make more than $200 worth of transactions per month will be charged a fee of 0.

5%. Users who make more than $10,000 per month will be charged a fee of 0.25%.

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