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YoBit is a cryptocurrency exchange with a large number of coins, including new altcoins just released on ICO. Among the pairs, there are both cryptocurrency and fiat. YoBit supports all major, top-end coins, most forks of major currencies are supported, as well as numerous little-known currencies, among which there are once popular, and old unsuccessful, and new little-known, and tokens of recent ICOs. YoBit was founded in the summer of 2014, and trading became available in early January 2015.

Site:
yobit.net
Country:
USA
Launched:
2014

YunEx is a centralized cryptocurrency exchange that was registered in British Virgin Islands in 2018. It focuses on USDT, ETH and KT markets. 

Site:
yunex.io
Country:
British Virgin Islands
Launched:
2018

Zaif exchange stands out among the Japan-based exchanges because it's not solely focused on the Asian countries. Among other options, Zaif offers a fiat to crypto exchange.

Site:
zaif.jp
Country:
Japan
Launched:
2013

ZB was established in China in 2017, after the ICO was banned in that country. The exchange website has two versions, English and Chinese. Yet, the exchange itself is available in Chinese, Korean, Hindi and English.

Site:
www.zb.com
Country:
China
Launched:
2017

ZBG is the Asian digital exchange platform that maintains multiple coins, such as BTC, ETH, USDT, ZT, QC, etc. Zillion biz Global Limited is the operating company of the exchange platform.

Site:
www.zbg.com
Country:
International
Launched:
2016

Located in Toulouse, France, Digital Service is offering crypto-currency services since 2014.

Site:
zebitex.com
Country:
France
Launched:
2014

Zebpay is a centralized cryptocurrency exchange established in 2014. With its help, one can buy/sell 6 crypto coins for euro as well as trade with 5 crypto-to-crypto pairs. 

Country:
Singapore
Launched:
2014
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