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Bitso is Mexico's leading digital currency exchange, prioritizing security, transparency, and supporting innovation in financial services. They offer exchanges between the Mexican Peso (MXN) and Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and Ripple. Account funding is made easy through instant bank transfers, and ATM machines across Mexico.
Bitso has made an effort to make their exchange accessible for all types of users. The interface is intuitive and there is plenty of information on the website about how to deposit, withdraw and trade on the Bitso platform. The design is clean and user-friendly.
Traditional Currency Support
- Mexican Peso (MXN)
- European Union
- Hong Kong
- Most Africa
- Most of Asia
- Most of Eastern European Union
- Most of Latin America
- Most of the Middle East
- New Zealand
- Russian Federation
- United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
- Web Interface
Stock Market Options
- Not customizable
- Limit Order
- Market Order
The Big Traders:
- No Maker fees
- Volume based discounts
Bitso offers two-factor authentication for user accounts and has partnered with BitGo to provide a multi-signature wallet system. There have not been any major security issues on the platform, however, Bitso does not reveal any information about their security environment, which will alarm some users.
Advanced Security Features:
- Limit amount of daily trades
- Limit amount of daily withdrawls
Legal Registration or Compliance:
The Bitso platform was founded in 2014 and was the first Bitcoin exchange in Mexico. The company was co-founded by Daniel Vogel, Pablo Gonzalez, and Ben Peters, who all have expertise in fields such as finance, marketing, and computer science. They have a strong online presence and keep in touch with their customers. Bitso launched a Bitcoin fundraising campaign for the 2017 earthquake victims.
Bitso aims to bring cryptocurrency to as many people as possible in Mexico and Latin America, in order to make the financial markets more transparent and efficient. The platform doesn't have many functions, but it is well-developed and maintained by the team. With multi-sig and 2-factor authentication, they provide a reasonable level of security for user accounts, but the funds are not insured.
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Bitso is primarily used in Mexico and supports deposits and withdrawals in Mexican Pesos. Deposit options are varied, from bank account to cash deposits at convenience stores. There are three account levels, and the upper levels require a more thorough verification through various documents and have higher trading limits.
high prices, frequent downtimes