Everbloom Exchange Overview
Getting Started Overview
Step 1: Buying your first cryptocurrency
Step 2: Setting up Your Wallet
Step 3: Sending Ethereum between your wallets
Step 4: Submitting a trade on Everbloom
Step 5: Cashing out from cryptocurrency back to fiat
What are gas fees?
What blockchains, protocols, and token standards does Everbloom support?
What is Everbloom?
Is Everbloom doing an ICO?
What is a decentralized exchange?
What tokens are listed on Everbloom?
Does Everbloom store my tokens in a centralized wallet?
What is a fiat currency?
What is an ERC20 token?
How does public key encryption work?
Buying & Selling
Integrated Fiat-to-Crypto Calculators
What are makers and takers?
When will my order be processed?
When will my deposit / withdrawl complete?
Pending transactions / block confirmations
What are Everbloom's fees?
Which wallets does Everbloom support?
What are public and private keys?
How do I set up my Hardware Wallet?
Wallets' Supported Tokens
I sent funds to the wrong address, can I get them back?
Token Listing Requirements and Application
How to get your token listed on Everbloom
How to contact Everbloom support
Everbloom does not directly charge any fees for using our exchange. However, there are fees from the protocols we aggregate (currently EtherDelta). The fees are as follows:
- Maker fee: 0% (no maker fee)
- Taker fee: 0.3%
The taker pays fees in whatever cryptocurrency they are offering on their side of the trade.
For example, if you are taking an order to buy OMG in exchange for ETH, you are giving up ETH, so you pay a fee in ETH. If instead you are taking an order to sell OMG and receive ETH, you are giving up OMG, so you pay the fee in OMG. The taker pays the fee in whatever crypto they are giving up. Fees are paid on top of what is paid for the cryptocurrency in the trade.
On top of this, each time you interact with the blockchain you must pay a small gas fee rewarded to the miner who included your transaction in the block. Here is a more in-depth explanation of gas fees.