Exchanges
272 companies

BiteBTC is currently an inactive provider of crypto exchange services. It claimed to have a registration from Singapore. Later on, in January of 2019, BiteBTC failed to meet its obligations under the pretext of the fire in their data center. Customers’ accounts were frozen. It is further reported that the persons behind BiteBTC opened Fedlio exchange, which refused to redeem liabilities of BiteBTC. 

Site:
bitebtc.com
Country:
Singapore
Launched:
2018

Bitex Bitcoin exchange is one of the services offered by Bitex payment provider along with concierge (enabling quick local payments) and boutique (bulk bitcoin purchases) solutions. Bitex is the Argentine platform that was founded in 2014. 

Site:
bitex.la
Country:
Argentina
Launched:
2014

Bitfinex is one of the largest exchanges in terms of daily trading volumes and overall recognition. It was founded in 2012 and it is based in Hong Kong. 72 trading pairs are currently available on the platform. The pairs are linked to the four currencies including USD, EUR, BTC and ETH.

Country:
British Virgin Islands
Launched:
2012

BitFlyer is a Japanese exchange founded in 2014. The company has official permission in different countries including some states of the USA, Europe, and Japan. Also, bitFlyer offers automatic trades via API.

Site:
bitflyer.com
Country:
Japan
Launched:
2014

BitForex is part of a galaxy of new crypto exchanges that appeared after the explosive growth of interest in crypto assets in 2017. A trading platform was registered in Singapore, focused on the Asian and Western markets. At the moment the exchange offers 300+ coins, the ability to trade with futures, 9 languages of the interface, etc. The turnover of the exchange is about $661.457.759 according to coinmarketcup at the moment.

Country:
Singapore
Launched:
2017

Bithesap is a Turkish cryptocurrency exchange offering two trading pairs: BTC / TRY and LTC / TRY. The platform is aimed at customers who need help with cryptocurrency trading services, you can safely sell, buy, exchange such as Bitcoin and Litecoin with reference to the Turkish Lira (TRY) here. The turnover of the exchange is about
$2.708.845 according to coinmarketcup at the moment.

Country:
Turkey
Launched:
2017

Bitibu was established in 2018 as a centralized cryptocurrency exchange.
As of now, this platform is not active.

Site:
bitibu.com
Launched:
2018

Bitinka exchange and broker service offers a wide range of fiat pairs, as well as the option to buy/sell top crypto coins in local currency. The platform’s primary focus is Latin America.

Launched:
2013

BITKER was established in Singapore as a centralized cryptocurrency exchange. Following to their outage announcement in September 2019, the exchange platform had suspended its activity. The reason behind this was a cyber attack. 

Country:
Singapore
Launched:
2018

Bitkub is a leading cryptocurrency digital exchange in Thailand. It was established in early 2018. Bitkub refers to integrity, customer, efficiency and innovation as its top values.

Country:
Thailand
Launched:
2018

Bitlish is a UK registered exchange supporting a solid number of assets (at the time of writing this review, it was 13 cryptos traded against 5 fiat currencies). Bitlish has its LEI obtained from London Stock Exchange and provides its rates and trading statistics data to InterContinental Exchange (a mother company of New-York Stock Exchange and many others).

Site:
bitlish.com
Country:
United Kingdom
Launched:
2014

BitMarket had been known as a centralized cryptocurrency exchange. It was launched in Poland in 2014. As of now, its website is offline. 

Country:
Poland
Launched:
2014

BitMart was established in 2017 and has offices in mainland China, Hong Kong, Seoul and New York. It aims to become a top digital asset trading platform. 

Country:
Cayman Islands
Launched:
2018

A Singapore based exchange BitMax was launched in 2018. Currently, the exchange is in the middle of the top 100 by its adjusted volume. The exchange has no Fiat deposits or withdrawals. The platform provides high-customizable charts, making it possible to perform a detailed analysis of market conditions.

Site:
bitmax.io
Country:
Singapore

Bitmex is a Centralized cryptocurrency exchange based in the N/A. The exchange was launched in 2014. Its reported volume is about 0 $ as for 8 October 2019.
Bitmex has 2 available trading pairs and 2 coins. Deposits are Free on the exchange.
Bitmex doesn't have Fiat deposits option. Margin trading o...

Launched:
2014

Bitonic is a Netherland-based cryptocurrency exchange and the first Dutch Bitcoin company. Its history dates back to 2012 when three Bitcoin enthusiasts offered a fast way to buy Bitcoin in the Netherlands. When working with Bitonic, you don’t need to set up an account.

Site:
bitonic.nl
Country:
Netherlands
Launched:
2012

Bitpanda is a digital currency investing service, launched in 2014 which allows its users to buy crypto with Fiat (EUR, USD, GBP, and CHF). The exchange supports 30+ coins for purchase. The exchange is completely open and does not hide information about the license and the team, so many trusts it. More than a million people visit the official website of the exchange daily. The service is available in 3 languages: English, German and French.

Country:
Austria
Launched:
2014

BITPoint is a Japan-based cryptocurrency exchange, founded in 2016. Like many other exchanges located in Japan BITPoint allows crypto to Fiat trading which is available for the local market but not for international traders.

Country:
Japan
Launched:
2016

BitRabbit is a cryptocurrency exchange established under the Australian legal framework. As of now, it is the largest digital exchange platform in this country. Word “rabbit” conveys the speed of changes in crypto and blockchain.  

Country:
Australia
Launched:
2018

Bitrue is a crypto exchange with offices in Thailand, Singapore and other countries. Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple and Tether are major coins of this exchange platform. 

Country:
Singapore
Launched:
2018
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