Liquid doesn't charge a withdrawal fee. Withdrawal may be subject to network fees. Doesn't accept SGD Fast deposits for now, but they mentioned it will come back soon. Including 0.1% fee. Withdraw fee of 0 BTC included. Quoted price without fees is $47,960.86. Effective rates is $48,008.87
-1.62% or $-16.18 from Liquid.com
Including 0.8% fee. Withdraw fee of 0.0003 BTC included. Quoted price without fees is $47,710.42. Effective rates is $48,799.28
-2.35% or $-23.43 from Liquid.com
Including 1% fee. Withdraw fee of 0.0003 BTC included. Quoted price without fees is $47,962.92. Effective rates is $49,161.92
-2.39% or $-23.92 from Liquid.com
Transferwise fees quoted via API at SGD$4.94. SGD$1,000 would convert to EUR$620 as quoted by Transferwise. Including 0% fee. Withdraw fee of 0.0005 BTC included. Quoted price without fees is $29,742.92. Effective rates is $49,186.36
-2.86% or $-28.57 from Liquid.com
Including 0.6% fee. Withdraw fee of 0.0005 BTC included. Quoted price without fees is $47,941.30. Effective rates is $49,422.53
-3.69% or $-36.88 from Liquid.com
Including 0% fee. Withdraw fee of 0.0005 BTC included. Quoted price without fees is $48,636.95. Effective rates is $49,849.21
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Why does the number of BTCs appear less than what I calculated?
Have you included the exchange fees and withdrawal fees? The number of BTCs shown above factored in the exchange fees and the withdrawal fees for each of the exchanges.
What is your methodology for Coinut?
Using API, the server received the lowest quoted selling price in Coinut. The algorithms assume you'll buy into the ASK, hence a Taker Fee of 0.35%. A withdrawal fee of 0.0004 has also been included. Liquidity at that price is not factored into the calculations, and you might suffer some slippage if you buy at market.
What is your methodology for Liquid?
Using API, the server received the lowest quoted selling price in Liquid. The algorithms assume you'll buy into the ASK, hence a Taker Fee of 0.1%. Liquid doesn't charge a BTC withdrawal fee, and hence the fee was set at 0 BTC. However, network fees may apply. Liquidity at that price is not factored into the calculations, and you might suffer some slippage if you buy at market.
What is your methodology for LocalBitCoins?
Using API, the server received the lowest quoted selling price from Singapore, accepting SGD and accepting "National Bank Transfer" as a payment option. Nation Bank Transfer generally means Fast and/or Paynow. All fees are paid by the seller, so you only need to pay the network withdrawal fee of about 0.00005 BTC.
What is your methodology for Crypto.com?
Crypto.com accepts fiat top-up via Transferwise with EUR. Direct API connection with Crypto.com is not available. A model has been developed over a few weeks of price observations. API connection is however available with Transferwise, and is used to get real time quote for SGD to EUR transfer. Transferwise fees have been included. EUR in Crypto.com wallet will then be converted to BTC using Crypto.com app. While Crypto.com claims straight through market pricing for Buying and Selling of Crypto, it appears that their prices are generally 0.5% higher than most exchanges. Algorithms factor that in as well. Crypto.com is a good enough wallet for use, if you intend to keep BTC in their wallet, you can add withdrawal fees back into the Nett BTC amount.
What is your methodology for BinanceSG?
Currently, there is no API available for Binance SG. Having said that, I've collected a large enough sample size for prices at Binance SG to come up with a statically accurate price at Binance SG. Other than during the extremes of the std dev, I expect the algorithms to be pretty accurate. The quoted BTC includes the 0.6% fee and a withdrawal fee of 0.0005 BTC
What is your methodology for Xanpool?
Using a HTMl crawler, we craw Xanpool's website for the latest quote. Xanpool's quote is generally very close to market price, doesn't charge for withdrawal, but does charge a 2% transaction fee. Xanpool accepts Paynow or Singapore Bank Transfer.
What is your methodology for Tokenize Xchange?
Using API, the server received the lowest quoted selling price in Tokenize Xchange. The algorithms assume you'll buy into the ASK, hence a Taker Fee of 0.8%. A withdrawal fee of 0.0003 has also been included. Liquidity at that price is not factored into the calculations, and you might suffer some slippage if you buy at market.
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Where API is used to interface with the various platforms, the accuracy of the data shown on SGDBTC.com depends heavily on the quality of that data. API information is realtime and might have changed at any moment. Where API access is not available, observations of their prices and deviation from the various market has enabled us to form a price model, which is applied here. The price model depends on several assumptions, including and not limited to the particular exchange sticking to it. These exchanges may change their price modelling at any time, and we might not be able to respond in time. For more details on the limitations and assumptions to each of the platforms, please read about the methodolgies for each of the calculations in the FAQ above. Data is shown here for your own education and research purposes. No offer and/or sale of any product is made on this website. Prices are for information only, and should not be interpreted as an offer. No investment advice is being made on this website. Clicks on links on this website may generate an affiliate commission that supports the running of the site.