# Calculator for crypto fees

Just an easy way to estimate cryptocurrency trading fees.

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## How to calculate fees

Calculating the fee you'd pay to either make a buy or sell order is fairly easy and straightforward. You'll notice that different exchanges have different structures and there are differences between the major exchanges in how they round the trailing decimal places.

Use our simple calculator above, or read below to find our how to calculate the fees for a crypto buy order.

Equation: `fee = ( quantity × price ) × fee_percent`

* `fee_percent`

is represented as a decimal percentage. So if your fee was `0.25%`

you'd divide by `100`

to get `0.0025`

.

If you want to buy `2`

crypto coins with a current price of `$150`

, and your fee rate is `0.25%`

(`0.0025`

), then your equation would look like:

Equation: `fee = ( 2 × 150 ) × 0.0025`

, which would give you a value of `0.75`

, which would be your fee. The grand total you'd spend is `$300.75`

.

Full example:

`fee = ( 2 × 150 ) × 0.0025`

`fee = ( 300 ) × 0.0025`

`fee = 0.75`

`cost = ( 2 × 150 ) + 0.75`

`cost = ( 300 ) + 0.75`

`cost = 300.75`

Use our simple calculator above, or read below to find our how to calculate the fees for a crypto sell order.

Equation: `fee = ( quantity × price ) × fee_percent`

* `fee_percent`

is represented as a decimal percentage. So if your fee was `0.25%`

you'd divide by `100`

to get `0.0025`

.

If you want to had `2`

crypto coins with a current price of `$150`

, and your fee rate is `0.25%`

(`0.0025`

), then your equation would look like:

Equation: `fee = ( 2 × 150 ) × 0.0025`

, which would give you a value of `0.75`

, which would be your fee. The grand total you'd get back is the price MINUS the feel. In this case it would be is `$299.25`

.

Full example:

`fee = ( 2 × 150 ) × 0.0025`

`fee = ( 300 ) × 0.0025`

`fee = 0.75`

`return = ( 2 × 150 ) − 0.75`

`return = ( 300 ) − 0.75`

`return = 299.25`