How To Stop Paying Coinbase Fees

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Stop paying ridiculous fees on your hard earned money! If you don’t have a Coinbase account yet, sign up here for $10 free:

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Hope this helps.


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50 thoughts on “How To Stop Paying Coinbase Fees

    1. C Moe It’s not just the VPN. GDAX deals with US fiat in which a Canadian would need a US account and a US payment processor.

  1. You just saved me $400! I want to tip you, is your btc address here somewhere?! This worked for me on a market order where I guess i paid the small point 3% but can not get it to take on a LIMIT order??!! I discovered you this week and am subbing to everything!

  2. Sweeet! Thanks Carter!
    I’d love to see a show on all the tools you use, when and why you transfer to your Trezor (and in what crypto), what platforms you buy/sell on, and maybe a few ideas on creating a startup portfolio. Would you invest differently if you had $1000, $8000, or $15,000 to start with? How did *you* start?

    Are are you tracking trades to USD and from USD for tax purposes? Node40, Libra and other solutions popping up.

    We are learning these things slowly by watching your shows, but getting a complete end to end picture is tough.

  3. I’m confused with the 3.99% fee and standard 1.5% fee… I’ve heard people say the 3.99% fee is if you buy via debit/credit card and the 1.5% fee is if you buy via bank, but what’s the difference – I thought credit/debit card IS bank? I’ve linked my Santander debit card to Coinbase and its a 3.99% fee, how would I be able to get the “standard 1.5% fee”? Thank you 👍🏼

    1. Dre Dejong you can deposit money from your bank into your coinbase USD wallet, then when it’s available you can trade instantly

    2. The fee is higher because it’s a lot easier to chargeback if you pay with a card, but if you pay with ACH (bank), then its much harder to fraud your bank/business into refunding the money

  4. I believe you can deposit directly to GDAX. Just skip Coinbase altogether, I’m not even sure you can just deposit fiat to Coinbase. I think you have to go into Coinbase directly with a trade into a crypto.

    1. 1. In Coinbase go to your Accounts, 2. you will see USD Wallet, click on it and click Deposit, 3. choose Bank Deposit or Wire Transfer, 4. type in the amount you wish to deposit, 5. click continue and accept. Keep in mind that deposits from your bank account will arrive in 5 business days so plan ahead. Done.

    2. Ron Prachunbarn how do I verify my GBP wallet? I already have one form of ID verified -my Driving License. Do I need a second ID verification? If yes what else did you use?

    3. Adding a credit card and a bank account is like a 2nd verification on Coinbase. CB will make a small debt on your CC or bank account, log in to your bank to view the debt amount, then you need to type in the amount they debt, to confirm your account funding.

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