Bitcoin-Central.net is a currency exchange that allows trading between bitcoins (BTC) and a number of currencies, each of which has its own trading market.
Bitcoins funds are added to the account after a manual confirmation process.
Liberty Reserve USD funds are added at no additional charge from the exchange (normal 1% transaction fees from LR will still occur)
Liberty Reserve EUR funds are added at no additional charge from the exchange (normal 1% transaction fees from LR will still occur)
EUR bank transfers (SEPA) are accepted for deposits at no charge by the exchange.
Deposit methods from Canada include Cash deposited at a bank (no-fee when through CIBC, TD and others may involve a fee), bank wire (fee) or Interac e-Transfer (EMTs) (fee).
Deposits are accepted from any bank in India as a domestic bank wire transfer. Fee applies.
Pecunix Gold (GAU) may deposited. Fee applies.
Bitcoins funds can be withdrawn at no charge.
Liberty Reserve USD funds can be withdrawn (normal 1% transaction fees from LR will still occur)
Liberty Reserve EUR funds can be withrawn (normal 1% transaction fees from LR will still occur)
EUR bank transfers (SEPA) are sent and incur a wire fee.
Withdrawal methods include bank wire or Interac e-Transfer (EMTs). Both methods incur a fee.
Withdrawal to any bank in India occurs as a domestic bank wire transfer. Fee applies.
Pecunix Gold (GAU) may withdrawn. Fee applies.
- The site was launched on December 29, 2010.
- On January 3rd, 2011 it was announced that the source for Bitcoin Central will be released as a public open source project on February 1st, 2011.
- On January 28, 2011 it was announced that transferring of funds from one account to another had become available.
- On March 30, 2011 service, which had been disrupted in the days prior, had been restored.
- On April 4, 2011 service was again reported as being disrupted, where deposits of bitcoins were not registering and also where funding transactions were not being allocated to accounts.
- On May 5, 2011 the operator described plans for improving service..
- Additional currency markets for CAD (Canadian dollar) and INR (Indian rupee) were opened on August 30, 2011<http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=40239.0 Bitcoin-Central : now accepting Canadian Dollar (CAD) and Indian Rupee (INR) !]</ref>.
- On April 5, 2012 Paytunia e-wallet announced. Exchange accounts can be accessed using Paytunia's web and mobile clients.