To buy BTC using AUD select the “BTC/AUD” trading pair from the "change market" dropdown box, located near the top of the page. 3. Select your order type. Scroll down to the buy/sell Bitcoin section and choose the order type by selecting the 'market' or 'limit' tab. What is a Market Order? BTC Markets announces Caroline Bowler as CEO; NPP Withdrawals at BTC Markets ; Advanced Order Types; BTC Markets 17th Largest Exchange Globally; Tax Reporting Now Available; Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Hard Fork ; View all articles. Contact Us Please use our Contact Form to contact our agents and to make a complaint. If you are outside of the Bahamas and wish to get into contact with BTC, please call View our Complaints Management Process here.
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Select your order type. What is a Market Order? A market order will buy or sell immediately at the best available price. The best available rate is shown in the order book if you want to check it before ordering. To create a market order just select the "market order" option on the trading page. What is a Limit Order? When you place a limit order, you decide what price you wish to buy or sell your funds. Your order will then be added to the order book and will be waiting for someone to submit a matching order.
Once you have selected the order type, fill out the volume and price fields on the left. There are also helpful links to automatically populate 'spend all' volume or 'best sell price'. Review the total cost with fees shown in the 'spend total' section and press the 'BUY BTC' button to submit your request.
Our fee structure can be viewed here. Stop-limit orders are a more advanced order type. Please read the documentation and watch the video here before using this option. Please note that in some cases, an order submission may not automatically result in a purchase. Orders need to be matched to a corresponding sell order, and there may be other orders ahead of yours in the queue. We use this to help plan future development.
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