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A exchange offering multiple trading markets for trading bitcoins against multiple currencies.

Traders add funds and then place orders to buy and sell. Intersango acts as an escrow. The site charges no trading fees.

Bitcoin Consultancy operates the exchange.

Intersango has a trading API Intersango/API



A buy order is executed partially or in full when the price bid can be matched against a sell order that is at or below the bid amount.


A sell order is executed partially or in full when the price asked can be matched against a buy order that is at or above the ask amount.

No Fee (for a limited time).

Adding Funds


There are no fees incurred when when transferring bitcoins for deposit. Funds are available once confirmed (4 confirms), a process that can take roughly forty minutes.


The exchange accepts SEPA bank transfers for deposit. A 5 PLN fee is taken by the bank. No additional fees is taken.


The exchange accepts Dwolla transfers (no fee), bank wire transfers and ACH. There are no fees.


The exchange accepts standard UK GBP bank transfers.

Withdrawing Funds


Bitcoins may be withdrawn at no charge.


Withdrawals as SEPA transfers. A fee of 5 PLN is taken by the bank. No additional fee is charged.


Withdrawals are through Dwolla. There is no fee incurred from the exchange for withdrawing funds.


The exchange's GBP trading is still handled through their Britcoin brand though that market eventually will trade on Intersango,


The service was launched on July 6, 2011[1]. The Intersango open source software that the exchange runs on was announced on March 17, 2011[2]. In September, 2011 the exchange begain using a new version of the Intersango open source exchange project with two currency markets (BTC/EUR, BTC/USD) live under the Intersango brand and plans made for the third (BTC/GBP) when Britcoin accounts are migrated at a future date.

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