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Everytime we switch crypto to ledger or different {hardware} wallets, it’s fairly a charge that we’ve to pay. Wish to make sure that there aren’t methods to bypass it that I’m unaware of? Do all of us pay that? It hurts to see it get deducted each time we switch crypto esp. fairly excessive for BTC?

Everytime we switch crypto to ledger or different {hardware} wallets, it’s fairly a charge that we’ve to pay. Wish to make sure that there aren’t methods to bypass it that I’m unaware of? Do all of us pay that? It hurts to see it get deducted each time we switch crypto esp. fairly excessive for BTC?

9 thoughts on “Everytime we switch crypto to ledger or different {hardware} wallets, it’s fairly a charge that we’ve to pay. Wish to make sure that there aren’t methods to bypass it that I’m unaware of? Do all of us pay that? It hurts to see it get deducted each time we switch crypto esp. fairly excessive for BTC?”

  1. > it’s quite a fee that we have to pay

    To whom are you paying this fee?

    > Want to make sure there aren’t ways to circumvent it that I am unaware of?

    Definitely. But you forgot to tell us how much you’re paying, and to whom

    > Do all of us pay that?

    Only you

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  2. I buy a few $k worth a month, and the tx fees are the least of my concern…

    Not that execution fees are particularly high, but tx fees are a fraction of trade spreads / haircuts / taker fees.

    Getting off exchange to cold storage is priceless. In many cases, that isn’t metaphorical…

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  3. Withdrawal fees are different for different exchanges. I use Kraken and the withdrawal fee is either 0.00001 BTC on-chain or completely free over Lightning Network with a limit of 0.25 BTC per withdrawal.

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