I have an Ethereum address with some Ether in it, and I would like to transfer some of those funds to a Bitcoin address.

I am wondering what's the quickest and most painless way to perform the token exchange and the transaction - possibly without having to install a wallet client.

closed as primarily opinion-based by Andrew Chow, Pieter Wuille, Jestin, MeshCollider, renlord Jul 29 '17 at 6:21

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  • Although you may not realize it, what you are asking is for is effectively a service review. Unfortunately, this is off-topic in this forum. I'm sure you can find plenty of reviews for crypto-exchanges elsewhere, but this site is for questions with less opinion-based answers, and questions whose answers will remain relevant as various exchanges/services come in and out of existence. – Jestin Jul 24 '17 at 19:10

Use an exchange that trades both BTC & ETH.
Bittrex, ShapeShift, Coinbase, Poloniex, etc.

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