Founded in 2017, Bibox is an online crypto exchange where users can trade a wide range of digital currencies in pairs with BTC, ETH, USDT, DAI, and BIX. BIX is Bibox’s native token, which allows its holders to access discounted trading fees. The exchange has around 30 currencies listed at the moment and 179 markets running according to CoinMarketCap.
Bisq exchange was launched back in 2014. At that time it was one of the first Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (or simply DAO). According to the founders of this exchange, one of the goals of Bisq network is to "keep the original spirit of Bitcoin alive".
Bit-Z is a Hong Kong-based cryptocurrency exchange that was launched towards the end of 2016. It is one of the top ten crypto exchanges around the world in terms of the reported trading volume.
BITBOX is a Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange launched in 2018. The team behind this platform is better known for a different project — messaging app LINE. The exchange is not available for the American citizens and doesn't support fiat money yet, but allegedly these problems are going to be addressed in the future. The trading volume is relatively low on BITBOX. By all valuations, this exchange ranks below the 100th position.
Bithumb is a cryptocurrency exchange that is based in Seoul, South Korea.
The platform was founded in 2013. It allows users to buy, sell, and store various cryptocurrencies.
In South Korea, Bithumb is one of the largest exchanges, and it boasts some of the biggest crypto trading volumes.
CoinEgg is a UK-based cryptocurrency exchange founded in 2013. It has a few markets including BTC, ETH, EUSD, and USDT. The exchange doesn't support fiat currencies and provides not much information in charts/graphs. The interface is quite simple. It supports English and Chinese languages. The users are provided with such standard graphs as a candlestick chart and a market depth chart, prices (including 24 hours high and low) and 24 hours trading volume.
IDAX was established in December 2017 and it is currently the only operating Mongolian cryptocurrency exchange. IDAX has 70 coins and 110 active markets available for its traders. The exchange doesn't support Fiat withdrawals or deposits. The exchange is aimed mostly at Asian users and has some security issues. Observatory security test by Mozilla puts IDAX below the industry average.
IDEX is a cryptocurrency exchange that was launched early last year. The exchange aims to offer users the experience of a centralized exchange that boasts the security benefits of a decentralized platform.
The exchange provides a peer-to-peer trading environment. It also uses smart contracts to relay transactions over the Ethereum blockchain, and this allows the order book of your account to be updated in real-time.
OceanEx is a centralized cryptocurrency exchange founded in November 2018. The company has headquarters in the Cayman Islands. Among the core members of the OceanEx team, there are people who worked in CISCO, Samsung Research, Baidu, Morgan Stanely, and some other big companies.
55 Global markets was established in the USA in 2017. The platform is declaring quite a big trading volume. Approximately it fluctuates at around 150-200 mln. $ per day.
ABCC is a Centralized cryptocurrency exchange based in Singapore. The exchange was launched in 2018. ABCC has 132 available trading pairs and 73 coins. Deposits are Free on the exchange. ABCC doesn't have Fiat deposits option. Margin trading option is not available on the exchange.
ACX is an Australian exchange with the mainly focus on the local market.
AirSwap is a Decentralized cryptocurrency exchange based in the USA. The exchange was launched in 2017. It’s reported volume is about 4.5-5 mln. $. The exchange provides peer-to-peer trading and has 3 available trading pairs and 6 coins.
Allbit is one of the Decentralized cryptocurrency exchanges based in South Korea. The exchange was launched in 2018. According to the exchange website it’s got a big liquidity volume which is about 20 millions $ for 2019. Allbit has 24 available trading pairs and 19 coins. Allbit declares that it supports a special decentralized network system. It’s called “decentralized heterogeneous chain communication technology”.
Allcoin is a Centralized cryptocurrency exchange based in Canada. The exchange was launched in 2013. Allcoin has 59 available trading pairs and 25 coins. Deposits are Free on the exchange. Margin trading option is not available. It supports trading of Bitcoin, Ether and its own equity coin Qtum against the USD. Like many other not regulated exchange Allcoin isn’t allowed in some countries like Africa, South America and the USA. The Allcoin’s strongest point is its trading fees for takes, which is claimed to be 0.00%.
Altcoin Trader is a Centralized cryptocurrency exchange based in South Africa. The exchange was launched in 2014. Altcoin Trader has 20 available trading pairs and 21 coins. The exchange uses the Ordinary procedure for verification including two-step verification process and Know Your Customer (KYC) procedure. If you want to raise the account limits and minimize processing time you must go all the way, uploading ID card, proof of residence, etc.
Alterdice is a Centralized cryptocurrency exchange based in Singapore. The exchange was launched in 2018. Its reported volume is about 40 mln. $. It supports 96 Trading Pairs and 36 Coins.
Altilly is a Hong Kong based exchange. It was launched in 2018. The exchange has a big variety of coins (about 300). Despite that variety, the liquidity of the platform is quite low, fluctuating within 80 – 100 k $ per day. Altilly exchange is not available for traders from the USA.
Aphelion is a new decentralized exchange that is powered on the NEO-blockchain. It was launched in January 2019.
BW is a Centralized cryptocurrency exchange based in the Hong Kong. The exchange was launched in 0. Its reported volume is about 0 $ as for 8 October 2019.
BW has 0 available trading pairs and 0 coins. Deposits are on the exchange.
BW doesn't have Fiat deposits option. Margin trading option is not...