Exchanges
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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

Fatbtc is a blockchain exchange which covers BTC, ETH, USD markets as well as provides pairs against FAT, the platform’s native token. 

Site:
fatbtc.com
Country:
Seychelles
Launched:
2014

HitBTC Cryptocurrency Exchange is a platform created in 2013 by Estonian experts and Israeli entrepreneurs that allows you to trade more than 300 cryptocurrency pairs. The platform was launched back in 2013 and the investments it received amounted to about 6 million dollars.

Site:
hitbtc.com
Country:
Hong Kong
Launched:
2013

Despite a certain decrease in the popularity and demand for digital coins, many users continue to use them actively. This is favored by the specific features and capabilities of cryptocurrencies. Often there is a need to exchange one type of crypto for another coin. What to do? In this article, we will consider one of the best solutions for the cryptocurrency exchange - Changelly. Is it safe enough and worth trying? Is Changelly legal? Is Changelly scam? All of these questions will be answered in this article. 

Country:
Hong Kong

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.

Site:
www.idax.pro
Country:
Mongolia
Launched:
2017

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".

Site:
bisq.network
Launched:
2014

Stex is an acronym for Smart Token Exchange and is one of the innovative crypto exchanges out there in the industry. The exchange is run by Etna Development a financial firm based in Estonia which is one of the few European countries that have laws licensing crypto exchanges.

Stex exchange prides itself on its unique user interface, flexibility, speed of transaction and top notch security. In addition it has the support of top financial merchants such as Visa and Mastercard.

Site:
app.stex.com
Country:
Estonia
Launched:
2017

Hotbit is one of the youngest exchanges opened in early 2018. The exchange does not work with fiat currencies. Hotbit has also adopted some advanced technologies such as GSLB, distributed server clusters, and storage. It goes with a high-speed memory-based trading engine all backed up in multiple machines, cold storage locations, and hot wallets with offline private keys.

Launched:
2017

UpBit is based in South Korea. It was founded in 2017 by Korean developer KakaoTalk. The exchange is very user-friendly and provides a high level of security. UpBit supports the trade of about 195 cryptocurrencies, some of which are quite rare, and 330 market trading pairs.

Site:
sg.upbit.com
Country:
South Korea
Launched:
2017

Binance is currently one of the biggest and most popular cryptocurrency exchanges. Originally coming from Hong Kong, the company has recently moved its headquarters to Malta. Back at the beginning of its path the company had an ICO and gathered 15 mln USD. Participants got Binance Coin (BNB) which could be used to trade cryptocurrencies and pay for a fee on Binance exchange.

Country:
China
Launched:
2017

Kraken was founded back in 2011 but was officially opened two years later. It is one of the oldest active cryptocurrency exchanges. Kraken provides efficient trading opportunities in numerous Fiat currencies. It is currently holding the world leadership in terms of Bitcoin to Euro trading volumes. The exchange supports both crypto and Fiat deposits as well as withdrawals.

Country:
USA

Mercatox has been around for about three years now after launching back in 2016.
The exchange offers a variety of services as it tries to appeal to traders including; margin trading, a multi-currency e-wallet, lending, a variety of payment methods and interestingly, franchising capabilities on top of referral and loyalty programs.

Site:
mercatox.com
Launched:
2015

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.

Country:
Hong Kong
Launched:
2016

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.

Country:
Singapore
Launched:
2018

Cryptomate is a P2P cryptocurrency exchange that connects buyers and sellers of cryptocurrencies within the UK. The crypto platform also has a distributed crypto trading platform that lets users move deposits in British pounds for the purchase of crypto assets.
The exchange is registered in the UK, which is one of the few countries in the world that has encouraged the growth of cryptocurrencies. It currently has over 11,000 users and has transacted over £14 million since its inception.

Launched:
2015

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.

Country:
China
Launched:
2017

Cobinhood is a Centralized cryptocurrency exchange based in the N/A. The exchange was launched in 2017. Its reported volume is about 0 $ as for 8 October 2019.
Cobinhood has 0 available trading pairs and 25 coins. Deposits are Free on the exchange.
Cobinhood doesn't have Fiat deposits option. Margin...

Launched:
2017

CoinSpot is one of the most popular cryptocurrency exchanges in Australia. The platform was founded in 2013 in Melbourne and it is one of Australia's earliest cryptocurrency exchanges. Its easy-to-use interface is like a breath of fresh air that shows other exchanges what to look up to.

The most difficult thing is to decide which cryptocurrency to buy and how much money to invest since CoinSpot truly has the most full list of crypto assets to trade. The process of buying and selling is actually very simple.

Country:
Australia
Launched:
2013

KuCoin is a relatively new exchange that started to operate in the mid-2017. The team behind the project is claimed to be experienced in the blockchain research since 2013. KuCoin has more than a hundred coins listed as well as about 400 active Markets.

Country:
Hong Kong
Launched:
2017

Gate.io was founded in 2013 by Lin Han. The platform is operated by Gate Technology Incorporated. This year, April 17, Gate.io managed to raise raised $64,000,000 as an initial coin offering (ICO), and according to exchange CMO Mrs. Marie Tatibouet on April 8, 2019, it raised an undisclosed amount of capital from 5 BLOCKS CAPITAL.

Site:
www.gate.io
Country:
USA
Launched:
2013
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