Bitlish

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Bitlish
Logo.bitlish 200x200.png
Trading nameBITLISH.
IndustryBitcoin exchange
Websitehttps://bitlish.com

History

Set up in April 2015. Introduced first on BitcoinTalk forum on December 1, 2015[1].


Bitlish Limited is a unique platform where trade broker and a new type bank meet. We provide traditional financial services and fast, handy, secure environment to exchange crypto currencies.

Bitlish Limited company is registered in the England and Wales company register with a company number 09564930. Registered office address: Suite 14056, 43 Bedford Street, London, England, WC2E 9HA.

We offer a complex financial product, free of conventional banking and trading restraints.

Our business interests cover Europe, CIS, Mexico, Unites States, Latin America, Turkey, China, and other countries.

Bitlish Limited is set up to provide the following innovative services for customers and corporations:

  • Crypto currencies exchange
  • Crypto currency trades
  • Crypto currency VISA Inc. prepaid cards (both virtual and plastic)
  • Crypto currency trade API for B2B
  • White-label trade API for B2B
  • Crypto currency terminal (kiosk, ATM) software
  • Crypto currency payment gateway
       Bitlish Limited operates:
  • Web-site and mobile apps;
  • Universal API for integration;
  • Payment gateways for ATM and terminals;
  • Proprietary ATM and terminal software;
  • Virtual bitcoin ATM software;
  • 24/7 customer service.


Currency pairs

BITLISH supports the exchange between the major currency pairs, such as:

  • BTC/USD (U.S.dollar)
  • BTC/EUR (Euro)
  • BTC/RUR (Russian Ruble)
  • ETH/USD (U.S.dollar)
  • ETH/EUR (Euro)
  • ETH/RUR (Russian Ruble)
  • LTC/USD (U.S.dollar)
  • LTC/EUR (Euro)
  • LTC/RUR (Russian Ruble)
  • ZEC/USD (U.S.dollar)
  • ZEC/EUR (Euro)
  • ZEC/RUR (Russian Ruble)
  • DSH/BTC (Bitcoin)

Payment Methods

Deposit options

BTC

There is no fee for depositing bitcoins (BTC).

USD

  • Bank transfer
  • Visa/Mastercard

EUR

  • SEPA bank transfer
  • Advanced Cash
  • OKPAY
  • SOFORT
  • Visa/Mastercard

RUR

  • Advanced Cash
  • OKPAY
  • Visa/Mastercard

Withdraw options

BTC

There is 0.0001 BTC fee to withdraw bitcoins.

USD

  • Bank transfer
  • Visa/Mastercard

EUR

  • SEPA bank transfer
  • Advanced Cash
  • OKPAY
  • Visa/Mastercard

RUB

  • Advanced Cash
  • OKPAY
  • Visa/Mastercard

Trading

  • Buying/selling

Market Orders: A buy or sell is executed at the best available price available for a certain quantity of bitcoin.
Limit Orders: A buy or sell order is executed, either partially of fully, when the order can matched against a counter order that meets a user defined price limit.

Maker Taker Trading Fees Schedule

Bitlish uses a maker-taker fee model. This means that fees are charged after trades are matched and a different fee is charged to the "maker" and to the "taker" of liquidity.

Maker fees are paid when you add liquidity to the order book, by placing a limit order below the lowest sell price for a buy and above the highest buy price for a sell. Taker fees are paid when you remove liquidity from the order book, by placing any order that is executed against a limit order already on the order book.

The fees are charged after an order is matched and not for placing an order. This fee model is used in order to incentivise the most liquidity so that any orders made get fulfilled quickly and at the best possible rate.

Trading fees are charged in corresponding fiat currencies and are subtracted from the total fiat amount reserved by the order in the total balance.[2]

- Anonymous Verified user
Maker 0% 0%
Taker 0.3% 0.2%

API

Bitlish provides a complete API for traders. The API supports market data feeds and also trading on the exchange. The following API standards are supported:

  • JSON RPC
  • Websockets

Full documentation and examples are available to the public on the Bitlish site

External links

References

  1. "Bitlish.com - CONVENIENT bitcoin exchange! – https://bitlish.com". BitcoinTalk. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1272613.
  2. "LIMITS AND COMISSION". Bitlish. https://bitlish.com/about.