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A bitcoin currency exchange/trading platform site headquartered in the USA in the State of Michigan.

Adding Funds

Funds deposited with the exchange for escrow towards placing a buy order include the following.


  • Bitcoins funds can be deposited at no charge. Limits do apply.

A deposit address remains valid and does not expire however each day a new deposit addresses will automatically be generated.

Deposit transaction will appear after the transaction has received at least one confirmation but the status will remain as "pending" until the transaction has received six confirmations.


  • Cash Deposit at any Chase bank location (free).
  • Wire transfer (Domestic, free)
  • International wire transfer (fee applies)
  • VouchX Redeemable code (free)

Withdrawing Funds


  • There is a 0.0005 BTC fee for Bitcoin withdrawals.

All withdrawals are sent through the Bitcoin network, regardless of whether or not the Bitcoin address is the deposit address for another BitMe account.


  • ACH Bank withdrawal (Direct deposit, fee $0.25)
  • Wire transfer (Domestic, fee applies)
  • VouchX redeemable code (fee applies)


Trades on the exchange incur a commission (fee)[1]. Providers of liquidity may receive a rebate giving those offers a price advantage over those trading at market.


Login and withdrawals can be protected with multi-factor authentication (also referred to as two-factor authentication or 2FA) using Google Authenticator.


The exchange launched first with an open public bet on July 8, 2012[2] after two months of preparation on testnet[3].

BitMe, LLC is a limited liability company registered in the State of Michigan, in the U.S.

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