BTC-E is what ive used. transaction was quick. im not to sure how many times its been hacked considering i am new. they do send me a email everytime i login so if anyone does long in to my account from an alternate IP i would know fairly quickly.
BTC-e and Vault of Satoshi are both reliable and have lots of good feedback. I personally use VoS and I have never had any problems with it. What is very nice about VoS is that even if you live in the US you can deposit cash with them. This is not possible with BTC-e as far as I know. A downside of VoS is that is has a lower volume than BTC-e, which usually means higher prices.
I wouldn’t be too alarmed. Most exchanges require ID which is a sign of legitimacy. They’re Toronto based which I think is a plus and I’ve been using since they opened and their support has been amazing.
I wouldn’t be too alarmed. Most exchanges require ID which is a sign of legitimacy. They’re Toronto based which I think is a plus and I’ve been using since they opened and their support has been amazing.[/quote]
yeah, doing it after a little more reading about them they seem to be a quality service.
i really like coinex.pw
they are down for the weekend, for an upgrade/bug fix. The site said “beta” in the header for the weeks that i have used it. yet, some people managed to get upset that they are currently offline. Really looking forward to them coming back online. Its hard to argue with zero fees.
no “real” currencies, just cryptocoins. most of the prices are in btc, some are in ltc.