Wallet fees.

Send/Receive transaction fees

eToroX charges no fees for sending or receiving transactions.
Blockchain fees are applicable for sending and receiving.

Crypto-to-Crypto conversion fees

eToroX charges a conversion fee of 0.1%.
Conversion rates are set according to eToro market rates.

XRP Wallet creation fee

XRP wallet creation costs are 45 XRP.
Fees are waived for first 25,000 customers to open XRP wallet until Jan 31 2019 (Terms).
XRP wallet opening costs XRPs. The 45XRP is what XRP calls the reserve. It is comprised of 20XRP base reserve and 25 XRP required to manage a multi-sig XRP wallet. This reserve must be held as a minimum reserve in the address and cannot be sent to other addresses.

Send transaction limits

The following limitations are for the beta stage only.

Cryptoasset
Maximum units per transaction
Maximum units transactions per day
Bitcoin
BTC
15
59
Litecoin
LTC
1,537
6,153
Bitcoin cash
BCH
444
1,777
Ripple
XRP
166,500
666,600
Ethereum
ETH
490
1,960

Crypto to Crypto conversion limits

The following limitations are for the beta stage only.

Cryptoasset
Minimum units per transaction
Maximum units per transaction
Bitcoin
BTC
0.006
3
Litecoin
LTC
0.6
290
Bitcoin cash
BCH
0.14
65
Ethereum
ETH
0.14
70

Exchange beta fees.

The following fees are for the beta stage only.

Deposit fees

Free. eToroX charges no fees for deposits.
Please note there is a minimum deposit amount so the blockchain fee won’t exceed the money you transfer

Trading fees.

Maker fee 0.005%
Taker fee 0.05%

Cryptoasset
Withdrawal fee
Bitcoin
BTC
0.001
Litecoin
LTC
0.1
Bitcoin cash
BCH
0.02
Dash
DASH
0.04
Ripple
XRP
8.5
Ethereum
ETH
0.025

What are Maker/Taker fees?

Maker/Taker fees are charged for trades where Maker orders add liquidity and Taker orders remove liquidity from our order book. As a result, Maker and Taker trade order fees are different.
Taker fee example
You place an immediate order that doesn’t go on the order book eg, by being filled partially or fully. This type of trade “takes" liquidity off of the order book.
Maker fee example
You place an order for pending execution eg, a limit order which is not automatically filled (partially or fully). This type of trade helps “make" the market and adds liquidity to the order book.