All fees and limits listed here are current as of 23 April 2019.
Platform trading fees
The trading fees depend on your monthly trade volume.
Monthly trade volume
Less than $100,000
Less than $500,000
Less than $1,000,000
Less than $5,000,000
Less than $10,000,000
Greater than $10,000,000
All values are in US dollars
All trades will use the standard (less than $100,000) fees. At the end of the month, your total trade volume for the month is added up, and you’re given a rebate for any excess fees you paid. The rebates are given in Ether.
Deposit and withdrawal fees
There are no deposit fees.
The withdrawal fees and limits will vary depending on the currency you withdraw. You will need to pay fees using the currency you’re withdrawing.
Quick withdrawal limit
How fast will my funds be available?
Transfers should typically complete within minutes.
Is eToroX safe to use?
Regulation. eToroX holds a DLT license from the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission.
Verification. Users are required to get verified before they can trade.
Security features. eToroX claims to have a 24/7 security centre monitoring multiple layers of security between potential hackers and your funds.
How do I create an account at eToroX?
Follow one of the prompts to “Join” the platform, and it will take you to the sign-up page.
Once there, you can create an account with your email address and by choosing a password. If you already have an eToro account, you can also sign up with that.
After creating an account, you will receive an email. It should arrive immediately.
Follow the link in the email to verify your address. You will now be able to sign in, but you will still need to verify your identity before you can start trading.
To get verified, sign into your account and open the “settings” page. To commence verification, click on the “start verification” button.
You will need to provide some details, which will involve taking a picture of yourself holding your identification.
eToro pre-dates the invention of Bitcoin, but its founder was involved in the digital currency space from early days.
In a nutshell
Regulated. The exchange and wallet both fall under the eToroX DLT license from Gibraltar.
Unique tokens. eToroX has a selection of its own stablecoins and tokenised assets.
Accompanying wallet. You can use the eToroX wallet as an extension of your account.
No stop losses. The platform offers a range of order types, but does not have stop loss functionality.
Limited cryptocurrency selection. eToroX doesn’t have the widest selection of cryptocurrencies.
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Frequently asked questions
eToroX supports users from all around the world.
Yes. The eToroX mobile wallet is an app for the exchange and allows trading within the wallet.
Verification will involve taking a selfie and presenting identification, which is similar to most other exchanges.
You can find how-to guides in the eToroX help section, and you can get in touch with eToroX on social media or other channels to request help for issues not covered there.
Disclaimer: Cryptocurrencies are speculative, complex and involve significant risks – they are highly
volatile and sensitive to secondary activity. Performance is unpredictable and past performance is no guarantee of
future performance. Consider your own circumstances, and obtain your own advice, before relying on this information.
You should also verify the nature of any product or service (including its legal status and relevant regulatory
requirements) and consult the relevant Regulators' websites before making any decision. Finder, or the author, may
have holdings in the cryptocurrencies discussed.
Wallet and Exchange services provided by eToro X Limited (‘eToro X’), a limited liability company incorporated in Gibraltar with company number 116348 and with its registered office at 57/63 Line Wall Road, Gibraltar. eToro X is a regulated DLT provider licensed by the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission under the Investments and Financial Fiduciary Services Act with licence number FSC1333B.
Andrew Munro is the cryptocurrency editor at Finder. He was initially writing about insurance, when he accidentally fell in love with digital currency and distributed ledger technology (aka “the blockchain”). Andrew has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of New South Wales, and has written guides about everything from industrial pigments to cosmetic surgery.
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