[Crypto] What is the best way to transfer $10 Dogecoin to BTC with lowest fee? ?

goo99p

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Hey,

I have $10 in Dogecoin and I want Bitcoin instead (with lowest possible fee.)

What exchange site/method do you recommend for low balances like this that their fee don't eat all of the money?
 

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Impossibel, unless you swap with someone else. Sending it to binance, you will not be able to get it out again because the fees will eat all
 

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Impossibel, unless you swap with someone else. Sending it to binance, you will not be able to get it out again because the fees will eat all
Exact! But I feel like there should be a site that works good with smaller amounts...
 

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You can try the Kraken. They don't have a requirement of a minimum deposit for Dogecoin. It is a good cryptocurrency marketplace.
 

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Hey,

I have $10 in Dogecoin and I want Bitcoin instead (with lowest possible fee.)

What exchange site/method do you recommend for low balances like this that their fee don't eat all of the money?

use Binance its Has Less Fee of Conversation and fast Withdrawal
 

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Thanks people.
Used binance spot trading finally. Sent $9 doge and received $7.5 in bitcoin cash. Still satisfied with results as there was no authentication required.
I recommend everyone to check sites like cryptofeesaver.com or alternatives before trading to find the lowest fee option for your desired currency.
 

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If you send $10 through a bank, the fees are like 0.50$.. if you send $10 of Doge, fees are like $15 ?
Currency of the future, right here folks.
 

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You got Bitcoin Cash = BCH which is not BTC. And you got a bad deal there, it seems. If you would've been authenticated and used spot market, maybe swapping a little through stablecoins, maybe waiting for good prices also, you would've ended with same amount or little more.
The best thing you can do with low amounts like this, where network fee is higher than the amount you have.. is to keep your crypto on the exchange. Use the exchange as wallet.
For people recommending Pancakeswap or Trust Wallet, just look a little before recommending things. You can't swap Dogecoin (native) to Bitcoin (native), only ERC20 or BEP2 tokens, that means only tokens that have (theoretically) same value as the original coins, these are tokens on Binance Smart Chain or Ethereum networks. But they are not the originals, so you can't swap.
 

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What exchange site/method do you recommend for low balances like this that their fee don't eat all of the money?
If you already have it on an exchange, forget about moving it to another "cheaper exchange", cuz you will end up paying more for the whole process.

If you have it on a cold/hot wallet, go to Google, search "crypto exchanges fees" and choose the cheaper one, that won't steal your money of course...

Sell your Doggies for BTC and you will be left with maybe $8.25 or less worth of BTC that might become $12 by the end of the year. Can't believe we are talking about $10 here..:p
 

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Never, minimum to convert in Binance is $20 which I just confirmed.
This is Fiat Spot Market min size orders from Binance.
Sell X for USDT, buy Y with USDT. Or BUSD or whatever.
Minimum order is $10
 

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