Coinbase and GDAX (“Coinbase Pro”) – How to avoid withdrawal fees

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  1. jim b says:

    I transferred LTC from coin base to GDAX and was charged a fee.

    I was also charged a fee when I purchased LTC using debit card.

    Your post seems to suggest you can put fiat onto coinbase and transfer to gdax to avoid fees. Is this correct and if so how do I deposit fiat directly onto coinbase?

    Also looking at long term investment is now a good time to get into alt coins like stellar and ripple or have I missed the boat on these? Furthermore any forums/guides you could recommend id really appreciate. thanks!

    thanks

  2. kkk says:

    i got verified on coinbase but i can’t withdrawal at all. it keeps saying i have 0 out of 0 withdrawal available. when i try to apply to have a withdrawal option, it redirected me to a 404 part of the site.

  3. Tom says:

    This post fails to mention there is a minimum amount required in coinbase for it to even show up in GDAX. I think it’s like .1 or .01 BTC. That means that if you want to transfer anything out of Coinbase via GDAX that is less than that, you can’t do it. So if you are making small transfers you will have to pay the coinbase fee. Which for some reason is 2% on some days, 3% and 4% on others. can’t seem to figure that out.

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