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 Sweden 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.
ANXPRO was a Hong Kong-based cryptocurrency exchange. The platform was developed by the ANX International in 2013. In 2018 the activity on the exchange has stopped. There are occasional online reports by the alleged ex-users of the exchange claiming that they still cannot withdraw their funds. It is not clear if anyone responded to their queries. At least there are no publically available answers. In June 2019 it was announced on the ANXPRO website that all the trading operations are temporarily closed for several weeks. The reason behind this move is the intention to upgrade the platform significantly. As for July 2020, no further info or updates are not available.
Anycoin Direct is a platform that has been making cryptocurrency accessible for anyone, since 2013. It has developed a platform focused on user-friendliness. Anycoin Direct step-by-step process will help the users buy and sell cryptocurrencies with ease. Participants just need to enter the amount they would like to order and Anycoin Direct will guide them through every step.
Aphelion is a new decentralized exchange that is powered on the NEO-blockchain. It was launched in January 2019.
Headquartered in Estonia, ATAIX is a digital asset trading platform. It provides digital assets trading services such as Bitcoin and Ethereum to users around the world. Fees can be as low as 0%. The fee schedules are volume-based. The more the user trade, the lower its rate.
BW is a centralized cryptocurrency exchange based in Hong Kong. BW doesn't have a Fiat deposits option. Margin trading option is not available on the exchange. The exchange has 6.1 score on Trustpilot, based on 1 reviews. BW is quite active in social media You can leave your review about BW here.
B2BX is a Centralized cryptocurrency exchange based in Estonia and which is officially registered in Tallinn. The exchange was launched in 2018. B2BX has multiple fiat deposits and withdrawal options, including bank transfers, card payments, different payment systems. B2BX has 3 available trading order types, which can be suitable both for beginners and advanced traders. Also, it has a big liquidity pool. According to the exchange website, and CoinMarketCap, it fluctuates within 10 mln.$ per day.
Bancor Network is a Decentralized cryptocurrency exchange. The exchange was launched in 2017. Its reported volume is about 40 millions of dollars. Bancor Network has 106 available trading pairs and 116 coins.
BBX is a Centralized cryptocurrency exchange based on Malta. The exchange was launched in 2018. Its reported volume is about 15-20 mln. $ per trade. BBX has 5 available trading pairs and 6 coins.
BBX doesn't have Fiat deposits option. The exchange does not accept any other deposit method than cryptocurrencies. Margin trading option is not available on the exchange.
BC Bitcoin is a UK based Cryptocurrency Exchange focused on customer service & support.
They have received over 250 5-Star reviews on Trustpilot and are becoming an increasingly popular choice for Buying & Selling Cryptocurrency.
There are over 80 Cryptocurrencies listed on the platform, trading against Fiat currencies British Pounds (GBP) & Euros (EUR).
BCEX is a centralized cryptocurrency exchange based in Hong Kong. The exchange was launched in 2017. Its reported volume is about 65 mln. $. BCEX has 66 available trading pairs and 61 coins.
BCEX doesn't have Fiat deposits option. The exchange does not accept any other deposit method than cryptocurrencies. Margin trading option is not available on the exchange.
BCoin.sg was a centralized cryptocurrency exchange based in Singapore. The exchange was launched in 2018.
Deposits were free on the exchange. Margin trading option was not available on the exchange.
At the moment the exchange doesn’t work and there is no official information about when the exchange will be active again. All the official pages of the platform are down as well, including Twitter and Facebook. We will update information about the exchange as soon as it is active again.
Crypto trading powered by Beaxy available on MetaTrader5, an all-in-one platform for trading Forex, Stocks, Futures and now Crypto.
Beldex envisions to create a free world where individual privacy is respected. Centralized cryptocurrency exchanges nowadays act no different from banks. While at the same time, there are several difficulties in using a decentralized exchange. To overcome these constraints, Beldex is coming up with a hybrid exchange.
Bequant exchange was launched in Malta in 2018. This location was chosen because of the increasing importance of crypto regulation. The second office of the company works in London. Bequant targets professional and institutional traders, offering them advanced machine algorithms, low-latency mechanisms and deep liquidity.
Enabling access to over $150 mil in average daily traded volume, the group also provides Bequant Pro prime brokerage service for institutional clients, such as investment banks and hedge funds.
Bgogo is a centralized cryptocurrency exchange based on the Cayman Islands. The exchange was launched in 2018.