Exchanges are an essential part of the crypto community and having trust in them is more important than ever. You can write review and rate each exchange.
Mercado Bitcoin was the first exchange in Brazil. It allows users to trade Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin and Brazilian Reais. Users are required to provide a CPF or CNPJ number in order to register and login. Mercado Bitcoin has no limits for VIP accounts and higher, which requires document verification. Mercado Bitcoin has a solid reputation within… See more
Paradex is a type of decentralized exchange known as a relayer and uses the 0x protocol "Matching Model". Paradex maintains an off-blockchain order book of the limit buy (takers) and sell orders (makers) made by traders. Compared to decentralized exchanges where all orders are placed on the blockchain, this method reduces the cost and time delay… See more
Koinex is a cryptocurrency exchange based in India that offers trading in some of the most popular cryptocurrencies against the local currency (INR). Like most similar of venues, Koinex uses Google 2-Factor Authentication (2FA), however anonymous trading on this exchange is not an option, even if you are not a high-volume trader. See more
The Rock Trading is one of the leading Bitcoin exchanges in Europe. The Rock Trading is also a Ripple gateway, which can be used to deposits btc, ltc, ppc, eth, eur and xrp. The exchange was the first to use multisig addresses (Greenaddress) in order to allow zero-confirmation bitcoin deposits, making faster to transfer the funds from your wallet to The… See more
Unocoin is India's most popular Bitcoin wallet. It has a built in exchange that allows users to exchange Bitcoin for Indian Rupees (INR). Unocoin charges a 1% fee to buy or sell bitcoins. Over an extended period of usage (minimum 60 days) and a significant transaction volume on your account, there will be an upgrade to ?Gold Membership? and the trading… See more