This exchange offers a flat trading fee of 0.20%, meaning that both the taker and the maker in a trade pay 0.20% of the trade’s order value. 0.20% is slightly below the global industry average which is arguably around 0.25%.
It should be noted here that many exchanges have trading fees that are reduced as volumes are increased, meaning that you are incentivized to trade in higher volumes. The fees listed in this review and in the comparison table are excluding any such volume discounts.
Market trade fee is equal to 0.2% of an order amount.
- The fee amount is deducted from the order and in the order cryptocurrency.
- The fee is charged only when an order is executed.
- Please, notice: if the order is partially fulfilled, the fee amount will be calculated and charged proportionally with the correspondent part of the amount.
Graviex you want to withdraw BTC from this exchange, you will have to pay 0.0004 BTC in withdrawal fees. This is actually quite competitive. The global industry average BTC-withdrawal fee is 0.0008 BTC, so Graviex charges 50% of that. All in all, the fees are sufficiently competitive at this exchange compared to the global industry averages.
- BTC – 0.0004 BTC
- ETH – 0.0055 ETH
- DOGE – 2.0 DOGE
- NYC – 1.0 NYC
- XMR – 0.02 XMR
- PIVX – 0.2 PIVX
- NEM – 0.05 NEM
- SCAVO – 5.0 SCAVO
- SEDO – 5.0 SEDO
- USDT – 3.0 USDT
Graviex trading platform does not accept any direct deposits of fiat currency. However, you can deposit and withdraw fiat currency through the third party payment service provider Payeer. This means that this exchange – through the use of Payeer – is actually an entry-level exchange. You can deposit USD, EUR and RUB to your account at this exchange through the Payeer-service.
Graviex costs associated with every trade on Graviex are also pretty much standard for the industry – 0.20%. These are charged for both market makers and takers.
The interface presented by this exchange is designed with active trading in mind. Inspiration is taken from a few other venues, but there is nothing wrong with that.
Graviex exchange supports one of the industry standards in terms of security. Two-factor authentication allows one to set-up a connection between his account at the exchange and his smartphone (via a mobile app). Later on every log-in will have to be verified with the phone.