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I could confirm GDAX does not have any network transfer fees. It could be unbelievable, specially if you started with Coinbase(like most people now), but it's the fact, as it's confirmed in all of their withdraw pages 'network transfers are fast and free'!


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I just bought BTC on Coinbase, I then transferred that BTC to GDAX and then sent the BTC from GDAX to Binance. NO FEE!!! If I would have withdrawn in Coinbase to Binance, $200 of BTC would have had a fee of $144!!! CRAZY!


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The omni layer is not a separate network or blockchain. It is simply a standardized format of transaction on the Bitcoin blockchain that uses the OP RETURN feature to move non-bitcoin assets. In the event that your friend is able to convince GDAX to sign an Omni-format transaction using the private key for the deposit address the funds can be recovered. ...


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USDT is part of the omni layer on top of Bitcoin. While the transaction will go through (since any omni transaction is a valid Bitcoin transaction), you will not be credited for the USDT as GDAX is a USD exchange. They don't support USDT, and hence won't be trying to detect omni transactions for it. You should contact GDAX support about how to recover your ...


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It appears that the GDAX main page only shows orders that are fairly close to the market price, probably to keep the user interface manageable. You can see a wider range by increasing the aggregation. You can't view the complete order book through the UI, as far as I can tell, but you can get it through the GDAX API. If you fetch https://api.gdax.com/...


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There is no maker fee using API, but when place new order, the default parameter for "post_only" is false, which means it is possible set a price to become a taker, hence GDAX will make sure you have enough funds to cover the fees. Set post_only to true then GDAX will allow you to spend your entire account without reserves for fees.


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According to the Bitcoin wiki who refers to this Analysis of hashrate-based double-spending: No amount of confirmations will reduce the success rate to 0. If the attacker controls more hashrate than the honest network, no amount of confirmations will reduce the success rate below 100%. There is nothing special about the default, often-cited ...


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Scenario 1 Using a simpler example, if you visit bitcoin.com.au to sell Bitcoin you will get the sell price for k Bitcoins. In this example, it is a spot sell price. Scenario 2 Using a simpler example, if you visit bitcoin.com.au to buy Bitcoin you will pay the buy price for k Bitcoins. In this example, it is a spot buy price. Elsewhere On market ...


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The address changed because you used the old one. Don't worry, the transfer is valid, and they keep track of the old address. However, for future transfers they want you to use another address. This is beneficial to privacy.


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They state you should hold BTC on August 1 and you held BTC since October. Because August comes before October, you did not have any BTC in your wallet on August 1 and therefore do not see any BCH in your account.


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Can you try to add/modify with the with the following lines of codes in your methods: private static JsonObject getAuthenticatedData() { String timestamp = Instant.now().getEpochSecond() + ""; String accessSign = getAccess(timestamp); con.setRequestProperty("CB-ACCESS-TIMESTAMP", timestamp); con.setRequestProperty("accept", "application/json"); } ...


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Answers to your questions: 1. GDAX generate a new address for every transaction, they consider a generated address as used. The reason for a new address is to protect your privacy, so a third-party can not view all other transactions associated with your account by looking up an address you have used before. 2. and 3. When a GDAX user sends digital ...


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I'm not sure exactly why this would happen, but according to the SEC: "If an execution occurs, the liquidity providing “maker” receives a rebate, and the “taker” that executes against that resting order pays a fee to the market." This means the maker is the one who already had their trade order in the books, and the taker is the one who places the order ...


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No. From the GDAX support page (source): Deposit (BTC, ETH, LTC): Unlimited Deposit (ACH or SEPA): Varies Deposit (USD via wire): Unlimited Trade: Unlimited Balance: Unlimited Withdrawal: $10,000/day for individual accounts and $50,000/day for institutional accounts. To be considered for higher withdrawal limits, please go to ...


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