How I deposited cash into Bitcoin into Binance with ccxt Python package

(Last Updated On: July 25, 2018)
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How I deposited cash into Bitcoin into Binance with a cash video playback. Bitcoin went up $1000 over the last 24 hours!! Details of the ccxt Python package is below:

Here are the notes

Different funding anonymous options

For me locally (results in roughly 10% hefty fee but cheapers options below)

Could use this Digital Crypto Wallet

(for Apple IOS but Android exists)

Need this for Binance and Coinomi

Set up Binance API and secret key access

Other links to buy Bitcoin

To use Binance API

To enable API, you login to follow these instructions  but understand working with unknown code from Binance crypto currency exchange. Realize that this is not an easy process like Coinbase. This is confirmation is not as slick as other brokers/exchanges I have worked with.

Install ccxt Python package in your environment

Also for CCXT Python package, use this source code example

New additions from last 24 hours:

More options but NOT tested!

Gemini Vs Coinbase

Bitcoin wiring can cost only 0.5% of the amount you transfer

Gemini sounds like they are very slow to verify ID

More options even better:

Low transaction fees with exchange that gets decent reviews:

How to Buy Bitcoin Anonymously & without ID

Prepaid credit card options for Canada

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