Trading fee for base currency pairs is zero. See Base Currency Pairs.
Trading fee for non-base currency pairs:
- BTC and BCH pairs: 0.25%
- ETH pairs: 0.1%
Zero Trading Fee, a popular campaign that has been launched since day one at QUOINEX, is running for all pairs until further notice. This means that right now, trading fee for all pairs on QUOINEX is zero.
Daily interest in margin trading still applies and is preview-able in Order Entry panel when you place a new order in margin trading mode.
QUOINEX does not charge fees for incoming deposits. We credit to our customers what we receive from our banks and payment processors. If your deposit is not the full amount when credited to your QUOINEX account, the difference is always bank fee.
We are using the following banks and payment processors:
- SBI Japan (JPY): local transaction fee
- Swapforex (USD, AUD, SGD, EUR): zero fee.
- UAB Misterango (EUR - for deposits within SEPA): Processing fee of 0.99 EUR is applied by UAB Mistertango. Note that if your account is also held at UAB Mistertango, zero fee is charged.
Swapforex itself is a payment processor, not a bank. Transactions processed by Swapforex are subject to fees and charges imposed by their banks, which are in this case Raiffeisen Poland and DBS Singapore.
Withdrawal fee collected by QUOINEX for both fiat and crypto payments is set to be deducted into withdrawal amount. For crypto, fee right now is zero until further notice. Fiat withdrawal fee is as follows:
- USD: 5 USD
- SGD: 5 SGD
- EUR: 5 EUR
- AUD: 5 AUD
- QUOINEX fee: 500 JPY
- Local bank fee (applied only if recipient bank account is local): 216 JPY
Payment processor charges:
- Swapforex: 35.25 USD equivalent per transaction for withdrawals.
- UAB Mistertango (EUR SEPA payments): 0.99 EUR per transaction, or zero if the beneficiary account is held at UAB Mistertango.
Currencies not listed here are not supported for withdrawals. They include HKD, PHP, IDR, and INR.
"Interest Payment Fee" is 50% of Interest Transfer and is collected by QUOINEX from the lender whenever Interest Transfer is credited.