P2PB2B is a Centralized cryptocurrency exchange based in the Estonia. The exchange was launched in 2018. Its reported volume is about 893911981 $ as for 8 October 2019.
P2PB2B has 98 available trading pairs and 127 coins. Deposits are Depends on currency and volume on the exchange.
P2PB2B have Fiat...
LBank was founded in Hong-Kong in 2016. It focuses on Asian markets and offers mostly crypto-to-crypto spot trading, but also works with fiat: not only US dollars (USD) but also Chinese Yuan (CYN). What’s more, traders can use their bank accounts directly to deposit or withdraw. There are also over 40 cryptocurrency pairs.
Vebitcoin is a Centralized cryptocurrency exchange based in the Turkey. The exchange was launched in 2017. Its reported volume is about 2497032 $ as for 8 October 2019.
Vebitcoin has 27 available trading pairs and 35 coins. Deposits are Depends on currency and volume on the exchange.
On Jan 15, 2020 CODEX exchange was closed. The announcement for closing business was published in advance so that the exchange’s customers were able to withdraw their funds. The reason why CODEX stopped its operation is changes in the European regulations.
Coinsbank is a gateway for blockchain exchange services for different crypto transactions, such as wallet service, merchant disbursement, crypto cards, and the likes. Established in April, 2016, CoinsBank came with the emergence to revolutionize the blockchain industry, while offering a wide range of blockchain services.
Bitbank is one of the leading cryptocurrency exchanges targeting the residents of Japan. The exchange tab of the website is not available in languages other than Japanese and those who want to register on Bitbank from overseas have to pay $100 commission. Nevertheless, for those in Japan, this platform is quite convenient as it collects no deposit and trading fees (it’s relevant only for Makers) and has some other nice features.
Bits Blockchain exchange is registered in Macau. The exchange’s website displays a recent transaction price, fluctuation, price difference and volume for the last 24 hours for selected cryptocurrency pairs. There is a Bits Blockchain web wallet.
Stellarport is a Centralized cryptocurrency exchange based in the N/A. The exchange was launched in 2018. Its reported volume is about 0 $ as for 8 October 2019.
Stellarport has 24 available trading pairs and 28 coins. Deposits are on the exchange.
Stellarport doesn't have Fiat deposits option. Mar...
LATOKEN is a Russian cryptocurrency exchange launched in 2017. The exchange provides both crypto and fiat currency trading possibilities. Currently, there are more than 180 active markets available on the exchange. LATOKEN has a user-friendly interface making it a convenient platform for traders with no or little experience.
Paymium is a Centralized cryptocurrency exchange based in the France. The exchange was launched in 2010. Its reported volume is about 31015 $ as for 8 October 2019.
Paymium has 1 available trading pairs and 2 coins. Deposits are Depends on currency and volume on the exchange.
Paymium doesn't have Fi...
CoinEx exchange was established in 2017 in Hong Kong. The platform can be used as a low-cost exchange with a broad range of different coins. The main asset is Bitcoin cash. Moreover, there is information that this exchange is going to present its new coin soon. It might be called CoinEx Token. Besides, the developers of CoinEx can establish a special exchange with the decentralized system using CET as “gas”.
Cripto InterCambio is a Chili-based crypto instant exchange service with the focus on the Latin community. Cripto InterCambio serves as an aggregator and intermediary layer in the actual exchange process. The platform was launched in 2018.You can operate with more than 100 coins, using this anonymous service. The average time of a conversion transaction is from 10 to 30 minutes. Cripto InterCambio speaks English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Binance Jersey is a centralized cryptocurrency exchange based in Jersey in 2019. It's a side exchange project for Binance. Jersey is a small island enabling the legal status of the different finance service including the cryptocurrency exchange.
Coincheck is a Tokyo-based exchange established in August 2014. Apart from the Japanese version, there are also English, Indonesian and Chinese (simplified) versions of the company’s website, which may illustrate the geographical priorities of the platform quite well. Unlike many exchanges supplying their traders with only web-platform facility, Coincheck offers both iOS and Android mobile apps. Margin trading is available with the platform. On the platform’s website you’ll be able to buy BTC, ETH, LSK, XRP and FCT. The bank deposits in Japanese currency free of charge but deposits made in USD are charged a flat fee of $25 (or ¥2500). You can also deposit, using a bank card. The withdrawal fee makes 0.01 BTC.
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).