Kraken Announces New Fee Structure

Kraken Announces New Fee Structure

Founded in 2011, the San Francisco-based Kraken exchange is the leading Bitcoin exchange for professional traders who demand fast execution, innovative features, exceptional support, and high security. Kraken is trusted by hundreds of thousands of traders, the Tokyo government and court-appointed trustee, and BaFin regulated Fidor Bank, with an exclusive partnership and full regulatory compliance. The company is the leading Bitcoin exchange for Euros while also supporting several other currencies like the US dollar, Canadian dollar, and the Yen. Kraken is consistently rated the top Bitcoin....


Related News

Kraken Announces Return to USD Market, Launch of GBP Trading

Kraken has partnered with Luxembourg-based payment solution specialist PayCash to add GBP trading and reinstate USD deposits to its bitcoin exchange platform. The news comes amid an uptick in activity from the San Francisco-based startup, which announced it would begin operating in Japan by the end of October. Kraken further confirmed that clients in 28 EU member states will now have access to USD and GBP deposits, developments it characterized as being in line with its goal of becoming a leading global bitcoin exchange. The company framed the partnership as one that would help it....

Kraken to Release New and Improved Design

Kraken is a San Francisco, USA based exchange. Kraken is one of the leading digital currency exchanges in Bitcoin trading. The exchange introduces innovative features, high security, tied to an exceptional support team and trading platform. Kraken is well known around the world because the exchange always puts the client first and offers high-quality service. New Site Design. Today the San Francisco-based exchange announced it will be soon launching a new site design. Kraken team aims to improve the old design with a cleaner look and simpler layout. Only the exterior of the site will....

Kraken Selected for MtGox Investigation

Kraken Bitcoin Exchange. Bitcoin exchange Kraken has been selected to aid in the investigation of missing Bitcoin following the heist at the Mt Gox exchange. Kraken will also be involved in the distribution of remaining assets to the creditors. This decision was arrived at after an extensive evaluation process where multiple companies were considered and vetted. Kraken stood out for several reasons, chief among them being its proven track record in managing its exchange. The company has demonstrated stability and reliability in customer support. It also possesses sufficient expertise to....

Kraken Launches Across Canada with Vogogo

Kraken Bitcoin Exchange. Payment processor and security provider Vogogo has partnered with Kraken to bring Kraken's exchange services to Canada. The new partnership and expansion also equates to a new Canadian dollar/Bitcoin exchange that Kraken will provide. All exchanges are constantly looking for ways to gain a competitive edge and moving to another country also to the one you started in; that's a good way to expand your business. This is exactly what Kraken has done. The exchange said Canadians who use its service would benefit from low fees and good technology. It's hard to tell if....

Kraken's Jesse Powell: Banks are the Biggest Hurdle for Bitcoin Businesses

Even though Kraken is based in the US and facilitates exchanges between a number of different cryptocurrencies, its customer base is decidedly euro-driven. In fact, according to BitcoinAverage, Kraken has over 50% of the EUR/BTC market. That makes it the largest player in that trading pair. Due to regulatory issues in the US (which has 50 different states with 50 different ideas about money transmission), Kraken leans on its European banking partnership with Germany-based Fidor. Even with that geographic bent, being San Francisco-based has had benefits for Kraken, and, in March, the....

Quotes

Back in 1994 when Amazon was just getting started the bricks-and -mortar merchants were asked how they would respond to Amazon. They were asked "What’s your Internet strategy?" And their collective response was along the lines of ... "Our what?" It’s 2012. The question now is ... "What’s your Bitcoin strategy?"

Stephen Gornick