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CoinBene Exchange Reviews

By Cryptogeek | 21 Aug

CoinBene is a cryptocurrency exchange founded back in 2017. It is located in Singapore and holds one of the leading positions by its adjusted volume. The exchange has more than 70 coins listed and almost 200 active markets. Like many exchanges on the market, CoinBene has a native token that you can use to reduce trading fees. CoinBene’s token (CONI) cuts trading fees in half to 0.05. 
 

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Singapore
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Dr. waleed
6 December, 3:56 AM

Most brokers take advantage with customers funds because they feel these customers don’t know how to get their funds back, But trust me there are hidden ways you can get your lost funds back from the broker. I was able to withdraw my 27BTC from the two brokers i signed up with while trading, If you want to recover your money back then mail recoverywealthnow360 at gmail dot com

Sasha White
27 September, 1:44 PM

I have just signed up for Coinbene. The signing up was easy and after that, the money I’ve send appeared on my acc within a few seconds. Cool!

Clare Michigan
26 September, 2:33 PM

All in all, if you are new to trading and just going to acquire cryptocurrency, Coinbase is probably the best one. It really helped me and gave a nice start I was looking for.

Ann
26 September, 9:00 AM

Actually it is weird how the exchange has such high volume all the time. The trades are processed with some kind of a delay and it takes too much time for the processing of the maker order. A lot of withdrawals being disabled looks suspicious and raises a lot of questions including if I should trade here in such conditions.

Ralph
25 September, 1:16 PM

This exchange never buys back. About 80% of withdrawal buttons are inactive and I was not able to withdraw a single coin I wanted to trade. Sounds like Coinbene is dying or just making fun of their investors.
Not recommended at all.

Alex Rogers
25 September, 7:18 AM

I like the simplicity of the trading view here. At the same time charts have some advanced analytics tools even tho there is more complicated stuff at other exchanges on the market. Another good thing about the big exchange is that they release own tokens to lower the fees and CONI acts in such a role. Depending on the amount of CONI I hold the discount differs. A good thing, also, what if it works out as the BNB of Binance works now.

Ron
24 September, 11:43 AM

I personally do not like that Coinbene does not have fiat purchases or trading available. Newcomer as I am I wish there was an option to get some crypto via usual payments like credit cards. At least the liquidity is quite high in comparison with other big exchanges according to the CoinMarketCap.

Kelly Dinborg
6 September, 6:31 PM

The strange work of the exchange. From time to time I’m receiving the message that some of my assets or even all of it were frozen because of the suspicion activities.WTF? I don’t even buy something and I got this. Or the exchange thinks that it has good reason to block funds just because I have them?

crabster
6 September, 7:47 AM

That’s funny to see the volume is like $ 802 million. How is that possible if most parts of the buttons are of all the time? CoinBene is extremely slow exchange. The transctions and withdrawals can last forever, like a week. I cannot do anything here it requires a great patience. I’m sick of it.