Wallet fees.

Fiat to Crypto Conversion Fees

- eToroX fee 1%
- Simplex fee 4%

Fiat to Crypto Conversion Limits

Coin
Min transaction
Max transaction
Max / Day
Max / Month
GBP
£96
£7,350
£14,700
£36,750
EUR
€112
€8,624
€17,248
€43,120
* Limits are in USD. The limits above are shown in GBP and EUR for convenience.
USD limits are:
Minimum transaction - $125
Maximum transaction - $10,000
Maximum daily limit - $20,000
Maximum monthly limit - $50,000


For more information please check our FAQ page.
Crypto rate - actual market rate is determined by eToroX once the transaction is approved by Simplex.
While the payment is pending you may cancel it. To do so please open a ticket directly on Simplex website or use the Live Chat feature on the bottom right side of the Simplex.com website. Once the payment has been approved you may not cancel it.
Blockchain fees - blockchain fees apply for each crypto transaction and are deducted from the crypto purchased as well as the fees above.
Additional fees - for fees that your bank or card issuer may charge, please contact them directly (issuer may charge a variety of cash advance or foreign transaction fees for your card transaction, subject to the terms of your card agreement). The Merchant Category Code (MCC) is 6051.
Please note - your transaction will reflect on your credit card or banking statement as eToroX LTD. Credit card descriptor will be Simplex_eToroX. It will also show on your confirmation email (sent by Simplex).

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.

XLM Wallet Creation

Stellar blockchain requires a minimum non-spendable deposit of 2.5 XLM for the activation of a XLM wallet. Once deposited the wallet is activated and you can see the wallet on the Stellar blockchain.

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
Stellar
XLM
490,000
2,000,000

Ethereum transactions

In order to enhance your assets security, eToro wallet is a multi-signature wallet, using smart contracts for Ethereum.
Unfortunately, not all wallet providers and exchanges support sending and receiving via smart contracts.
Please make sure you know the address provider on the receiving side supports ETH transactions sent from multi-signature addresses.
If there are issues encountered the receiving party's provider needs to be contacted.

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
Stellar
XLM
190
95,000

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.