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Trading nameBitlish Exchange
IndustryBitcoin exchange


Set up in April 2015. Introduced first on BitcoinTalk forum on December 1, 2016[1].

Bitlish lives under officially registered UK entity, has European bank’s accounts and acquirers. Compliance with applicable legal requirements is top priority for us. We take our best to offer you really convenient, reliable and secure trading platform, and most favorable terms. Now you can change bitcoins to Roubles, US dollars, Euro and vice versa. We accept bank wires, cards and e-money (just okpay and advcash for the moment).

Register and start trading now: Feel the charm of bitcoin trading with us. No more paperwork, multi-stage and long-lasting procedures. Registration is clear and simple - you can use your Facebook, VK and Google+ account, or cell number, to register into the service. It is not necessary to undergo verification procedure and provide scans if you deposit and withdraw less than 200 EUR/250 USD monthly, just confirm your cell number. Trade easily, and withdraw funds to your credit cards, bank accounts and e-wallets. Credit card withdrawals are almost instant. Want more? Take advantage of all features provided by after clear and simple verification procedure. We offer higher transaction limits and favorable trade fees for verified users.


  • 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% 0.1%

Payment Methods

Deposit options:

  • Payment card
  • Wire transfer
  • SEPA transfer
  • e-money
  • Bitcoin Address

Withdrawal options:

  • Payment card
  • Wire transfer
  • SEPA transfer
  • e-money ( Yandex.Money, OKPAY, ADVCASH )
  • Bitcoin Address


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

  • Websockets

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


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