Sell EOS

Sell EOS tokens (EOS) on licensed Australian crypto exchange TimeX. Users can sell EOS for a range of currencies and tokens, including BTC, USD and AUD. Either sell at the current market price or set a limit order for additional control.

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What is EOS?

EOS is a smart contracts blockchain platform that allows developers to create high-scale decentralised applications suitable for mass use. EOS is the native currency of the EOS.io platform.

How do I sell EOS?

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Deposit funds into your account.
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Enter the amount of EOS (or Australian Dollar equivalent) that you would like to buy or sell.
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Click ‘Buy' to confirm your EOS purchase and your EOS will arrive in your TimeX wallet within minutes.

Buy EOS with VISA or Mastercard in AUD

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How to sell EOS

Users based in Australia can buy EOS tokens (EOS) from TimeX in just a few minutes. Simply open an account, complete verification, and deposit funds via bank transfer or a range of other options.

0 EOS = 1 Australian Dollar (AUD)

EOS [EOS]AUD [Australian Dollar]
0.01 EOS=0.0000 Australian Dollar
0.1 EOS=0.0000 Australian Dollar
1 EOS=0.0000 Australian Dollar
2 EOS=0.0000 Australian Dollar
3 EOS=0.0000 Australian Dollar
5 EOS=0.0000 Australian Dollar
10 EOS=0.0000 Australian Dollar
20 EOS=0.0000 Australian Dollar
50 EOS=0.0000 Australian Dollar
100 EOS=0.0000 Australian Dollar
1000 EOS=0.0000 Australian Dollar

Australian EOS Exchange Pros and Cons

TimeX is the decentralised crypto exchange for the ChronoBank ecosystem: a completely secure, easy and convenient way to trade digital tokens and cryptocurrencies on a peer-to-peer basis.
Fast and highly scalable network, capable of handling thousands of transactions per second.
Extremely well funded after $4 billion ICO, with a large and active community.
Powerful smart contracts and developing dApp ecosystem.
Zero transaction fees.
Lacks the popularity, developer activity and network effect of Ethereum.
Limited number of block producers (21) has led to concerns about centralisation.
EOS development company Block.one was fined by the SEC for holding an unregistered token sale and fraudulent public offering.
Permanent inflation from block rewards to pay for transactions in lieu of fees.