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Continual outages hold your money and/or coins hostage at the times they are most useful to trade. Site does not scale for busy profitable days/hours. Support is effectively non-existant. They treat everyone the same - poorly. Expect your funds to be captive during volatile activity. Poor leadership relegateds support staff to begging Your "patience." New policies are NOT updated online in a timely manner. Beware if you have much to lose. Considering all the kinds of hiccups this website and its app regularly experience, a large catastrophic data leak of sensitive information would not surprise me at all. See More
It also seems that geolocation and Coinbase do not get along too well from a user perspective, with the same type of device disconnection occurring constantly if you move between a lot of devices, which some of us do, and some of us have to do by virtue of the way we work and live and move through the world. See More
As soon as a device becomes unregistered from Coinbase, it seems to cause a cascade of other devices also complaining and asking or a code. If you're using certain mail providers, Coinbase emails don't even make it to your spam box - they're blocked at the server level. Folks should take care to use a known, white-listed service to ensure you don't lose access to your email resets, or you have to go through a very painful process to restore it. You have to register an entirely new account and follow up with a request for verification. This is all well and good for security's sake, but takes too long. It can be done much more professionally and quickly if there were secure features to restore device connectivity and access, such as a backup or two step verification with a mobile. This would save days and days, even weeks of lock-out, from what is YOUR money. See More
Coinbase is extremely easy to get started with. This is especially true for beginners looking to get their feet wet in the world of Bitcoins/cryptocurrencies — there’s no figuring out the process because everything is clearly laid out in front of you. See More
You can purchase physical or virtual prepaid debit cards through Bitstamp and load money into them directly from your Bitstamp account. There are currently three supported currencies: USD, EUR, and GBP. Note: this is currently unavailable to US citizens. See More
The order book is a great feature because it’s where the exchange shows all the open orders it has from its clients. The first part of the order book is a chart that represents all the orders organized by type (bid or offer), price, and volume. This is a very efficient way of looking at the market depth and also analyzing the open interest so you can decide how to set and manage your orders. See More
It gives you several virtual cards(they are like savings account tied with a prepaid credit card that can be used on the internet to make payments). The most notable of them being in EUROS(EUR), Bitcoin(BTC) and GOLD(XAU). See More
Each time you make a money transfer, or fill your wallet using any of the methods available, they will ask you for confirmation pictures, receipts, etc. This is common the first time using most exchanges, but Satoshi Tango asks you to prove and verify EVERY TIME. Not fit to buy bitcoin on a rush. See More
The site is very intuitive and depositing dollars was fast and easy. The whole process from on-boarding to buying my first bitcoin with them took about 2 days. When I sold my bitcoin, the withdrawal landed in my bank account on the same day. Also, support is super helpful and very friendly. See More
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