GDAX Outage Map
GDAX is a cryptocurreny exchange that offers institutions and professionals the ability to trade a variety of digital currencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and more on a regulated U.S. based exchange. GDAX is owned and operated by Coinbase.
GDAX Most Affected LocationsOutage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
|San Antonio, TX||1|
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GDAX Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
I noticed that when GDAX was shut down @coinbase didn't transfer the funds from that account so they somehow misplaced over 5k of my money. Not sure how to notify @FDICgov about bc im sure many people are missing their protected funds
My first #xrp purchase Coinbase 👇🏼 GDAX 👇🏼 3 hour waiting time ⏱👇🏼 Bitcoin dumps in the process....👇🏼 Finally lands in Binance Convert to XRP ✅ 😳 4 hours later, £20 in fees and down 10% as #btc took a giant shit in the process 😅👏🏼
@whale_alert There is so much money down there on gdax. I'm just waiting to catch that dead cat bounce with no fear lol
@ShaunLWOSworld1 @LayahHeilpern I used GDAX (then) and Coinbase Pro (now). No problem converting cryptos to fiat or transferring cryptos to personal wallet.
Centralized exchanges like Poloniex, GDax or Bitfinex are vulnerable to security failures including being hacked regularly. All exchanges experienced downtime as the cryptocurrency rose. On the other hand, decentralized exchanges are slow and illiquid.
@MartyBent @BitcoinRothbard @CashApp Not working in France :( ... using coinbase pro ( gdax)
@Cnote325 @TradingForPro @stebottaioli @marcfriedrich7 @HenrikZeberg Grayscale Bitcoin trust, GBTC, and direct buying through Coinbase's Pro Platform GDAX. Transfer all Bitcoin to your own wallet, off the exchange, and write down your recovery phrase.
1/So I run into a stupid problem. I send ERC20 token from an exchange to a new eth addy but I didn't have ETH gas to transfer it out. My options were: "dig up" cold storage> meh Ask twitter/discord > meh Go to an exchange, buy some ETH and send it: Binance/gdax/huobi/Kraken/trex/
@tobyxbt @djhfhasfdshy @Koning_Marc @inversebrah with GDAX the reimbursed because the issue was on their side, and the system didn't work as intended, in the case of BM, It sounds like working as intended.
@kobratrading @CoinbasePro I’ve never had an issue, been trading since it was GDAX. Fees are reasonable if your a MAKER not a TAKER. Try to keep my trades in the green, paying for that trade is part of the GAME! But yea whatever fukem
@spoonbandits Gdax will hold me down then
i think gdax just had a wick down to $7700, refreshed my screen n its gone. #btc
@Original_HODLer @coinbase @brian_armstrong @metalpaysme Coinbase has a @GDAX where you can buy and trade at much lower fees. Customers service is good, I personally spoken with them vs phone several times. Each time all my issues were resulted with in minutes and no problems. Not to mention @coinbase is insured up to $250,000 USD
@ErikVoorhees @ShapeShift_io I have kinda an issue with the repeated line about zero commission or trade fees since there is a markup between the buy and the sell price. That’s a fee, a true fee free exchange was gdax when it started where it’s P2P and if you are a market makers there was not fees.
A lot of cryptocurrencies have very thin real depth on major exchanges. Example, GDAX Litecoin / over 200,000 ltc listed on the sell side but buyer depth down to $10 is around 110,000. Many more ltc are not listed on the sell side but will dump in a crash.