Trade Hill Exchange

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DEFINITION of 'Trade Hill Exchange '

A Bitcoin exchange launched in June of 2011. Trade Hill Exchange offers Bitcoin trade support for a number of currencies including the Australian and Canadian dollars, the euro, Chilean peso and Indian rupee. The exchange allows for both limit and market orders, and charges commission fees for all trades placed through the exchange.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Trade Hill Exchange '

Bitcoins are a digital currency created in 2009 which allow users of bitcoin exchanges to make payments and trades at a very low cost. Bitcoin circulation and expansion is governed by Bitcoin software and is programmed to expand as a geometric series, thus limiting the effects of monetary inflation on the virtual currency. Bitcoins are one of many virtual currencies that can be traded online by users.

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