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Im currently buying $250/week of BTC with coinbase. Im paying a few dollars of fees in each transaction. I was wondering if there was a better alternative to continue my Dollar Cost Averaging Strategy but save on fees?
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Strike or Swan if it’s BTC only
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Okcoin and Strike.  Both have low fees for withdrawals.  My favorite way to buy Bitcoin is to do Lightning payments from Strike to Muun wallet.
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Sounds like you're using the expensive version of Coinbase.  Look for whatever their newly rebranded version of "Coinbase Pro" for vastly lower fees with no extra hassle.
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Wherever you choose, take a look at the fee the exchange takes for automatic recurring deposit. Usually it takes a MUCH larger cut compared to you setting yourself a reminder and doing the purchase manually and they try not too make it too obvious.
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Strike as everyone has said. River is also free right now.
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Coinbase Advanced Trader has very low fees, but you have to manually place the order every week. That's what I do; I set an alarm on my phone to buy bitcoin every Sunday at noon. Takes me all of 20 seconds.
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What about Binance us? Fee free bitcoin trading!
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Literally anything will be cheaper then Coinbase.  I like FTX personally
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Strike. Swan. Coinbase Pro. (NOT coinbase)
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I've been using Swan.  Per my instructions, I buy a little every day, but they auto-withdraw from my bank weekly.  Then it takes about a week for the transactions to complete.  Finally, they dump to a wallet I set up for them when my total exceeds their (I want to say no cost; I need to check) threshold.

It's automated end-to-end.  All I do is approve the withdrawal when they send me an email.

I really need to double-check my fees, now that I think about it.
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