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Exchanges Reviews

Coinbase Pro Reviews Willfreddd July 23, 2021
Fees is also the factor that could force you to expedite the switch from Coinbase to Coinbase Pro since the latter offers smaller fees compared to the basic version. For instance, you could be charged a 3.99% deposit/withdrawal fee on your credit card, while the crypto conversion fee on Coinbase amounts to 2%. In comparison, Coinbase
5% taker/maker fees for the accounts with a monthly trading volume of less than $10K. Those who put up a trading volume of up to $50K will have to pay a 0.35% taker/maker fee. Coinbase Pro obviously favors the whales and large institutional investors who operate with millions on a regular basis. For instance, those participants who generate the volume of $50 million to $100 million enjoy the taker fee of only 0.1% and a 0% maker fee.
Coinbase Pro Reviews hedgeHog July 22, 2021
Coinbase Commerce recently took the stage as Sotheby’s payment partner during the auction offering Banksy’s iconic protest artwork “Love Is
”At the 14-minute bidding battle, which was marked by the auction house as the first time cryptocurrency was accepted as a payment option for a piece of physical artwork, bidders could pay using Bitcoin or Ether through the partnership with Coinbase Commerce. Sotheby sold Banksy’s art for $12.9 million, but the auction house didn’t comment on whether the final payment was made with crypto. In March 2020, nearly two years after its inception, Coinbase Commerce surpassed $200 million in total transactions processed, with 8,000 retailers using Coinbase for payment services. Product lead John Zettler then said that Bitcoin was by far the preferred payment method among the available cryptocurrencies on the platform, adding, “Merchant customers often tell us it’s the crypto they’re most familiar with and the one they trust the most.”
Binance Reviews k1$dAb01 July 21, 2021
Binance stops stock token sales, effective immediately. The crypto exchange gave no indication as to the reason, stating only that it would be shifting its “commercial focus to other product offerings.” Binance’s highly popular stock tokens, a relatively recent offering, are being
In an announcement published on Friday, the exchange announced that “effective immediately,” stock tokens are unavailable for purchase on Binance.com. As of October 14, 2021, at 7:55 pm UTC, the exchange will no longer support stock tokens at all. Existing stock token holders will have some time to adjust: “Users who currently hold stock tokens may sell or hold them over the next 90 days. Users will no longer be able to manually sell or close their positions after 2021-10-14 19:55 (UTC). Thereafter all stock token positions on Binance.com will be closed at 2021-10-15 13:30 (UTC).” While unconfirmed as of the time of writing, Walter Bloomberg has claimed in a tweet that: If true, the development would confirm that mounting regulatory pressure on the world’s largest cryptocurrency platform is continuing to hit its operations hard. In late April, there had already been reports that European and British regulators were scrutinizing Binance’s offering of stock tokens — which represent fractions of equity shares in firms such as Tesla and Coinbase — for possible non-compliance with securities laws. While initially not commenting on Binance in particular, Germany’s Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) went on record at the time, stating that: “Fundamentally [...] the following applies: if tokens are transferable, can be traded at a crypto exchange and are equipped with economic entitlements like dividends or cash settlements, they represent securities and are subject to the obligation to publish a prospectus.” BaFin soon mentioned Binance explicitly, noting its absence of published prospectuses for the stock tokens. Spring and summer of 2021 have been difficult for Binance on the regulatory front, with multiple countries taking action against it or reportedly investigating its operations from various compliance perspectives. In the United Kingdom, the Financial Conduct Authority ordered the exchange to halt all “regulated activity” in the country in June. That same month, Japan’s Financial Services Agency accused Binance of operating in the country without proper registration, and new measures against crypto exchanges in the Canadian province of Ontario prompted the exchange to cease all its operations there.
Binance Reviews Silent_Trader July 21, 2021
Before registering on Binance, you must take into account the fact that there are several versions of the original trading platforms that were launched for different regulatory-related reasons. For instance, Binance U.S. was created in 2019 as a separate business entity in response to the regulatory pressure from
After operating for some time across the entire country, Binance U.S. got banned by the authorities in seven states. Apart from the U.S. version, there are also Binance Singapore, Binance Uganda, Binance Jersey, and several more. If you are residing in any of those places and want to trade cryptocurrencies on the top centralized exchange, you would have to register an account on a corresponding version of the original platform.
Uniswap Reviews MrBigMoney July 20, 2021
Cryptocurrency traders on Uniswap should also be aware of the fact that the platform doesn’t hold any responsibility in case the funds are lost
Here, your coins (and problems) are your own, unlike Coinbase, which at least offers some insurance options, or Binance that covered nearly 7,000 BTC lost during the last hack from its Safu fund. As you can see, there are a lot of intricacies related to the use of Uniswap and similar DeFi platforms, but if you cherish the anonymity and don’t trust the third party to carry out the exchange operations, this platform is the top pick from the entire DeFi space.
Binance Reviews Know1tAll July 19, 2021
Binance has destroyed $400 million worth of BNB in its 16th quarterly token burn event, but the markets don’t seem to care. Major cryptocurrency exchange Binance has completed its 16th quarterly Binance Coin (BNB) burn, destroying over $390 million
On July 18, Binance reported that it had destroyed 1,296,728 BNB tokens valued at just under $400 million at the time. The exchange noted an additional 5,163 BNB that were destroyed through its Pioneer Burn Program - an incentive that aims to help users who have lost tokens through honestly mistaken transactions to smart contracts. Binance covers the losses, returning the tokens to users under specific circumstances. These token numbers are then deducted from the quarterly burn totals by the exchange. Binance has pledged to burn 20% of the exchange’s profits every quarter, with the latest burn suggesting the exchange could have profited by $2 billion during the second quarter of 2021. The latest burn is the second-largest in Binance Coin's history by fiat value, with a whopping $600 million worth BNB having been destroyed in March. Despite the scale of the burn, the event appears to have had little impact on the Binance Coin markets, with BNB prices trending sideways over the weekend. At the time of writing, BNB was trading down less than 1% on the day at $301.66. It is currently down 56% from its May 10 all-time high of $686, but is still up an impressive 700% since the beginning of the year. Binance has recently been battling regulators on multiple fronts, with significant regulatory pressure coming from the United Kingdom, Germany and Hong Kong. In the U.K., a number of high street banks have also curtailed their customers from transacting with the exchange as the country’s financial regulator clamps down on unregulated cryptocurrency trading platforms.
Bibox Reviews Mike Mi11 July 16, 2021
If you aren't trading significant amounts of crypto - for instance, if your trading balance doesn't exceed $20 thousand - then you would be a fool to ignore Bibox since it has a very
After Binance had reduced its trading fee discount by 25%, cutting it down from 50% to 25%, I have moved a substantial part of my trading portfolio to Bibox. After a couple of months of trading, I can say that I am 95% satisfied.
Binance Reviews Jose9949 July 15, 2021
I can argue for hours with anyone that would say that Binance is not the most progressive trading platform we have today. It has everything that both nascent and experienced traders need. The fees might not be the lowest, but they are definitely on the south side of
CZ is doing a marvelous job of expanding the reach of Binance and adding new feats and stuff. I am a happy trader when I am not Binance, and I don't plan to migrate anywhere.
EXX Reviews GorillaTrader July 14, 2021
I have heard some positive things about EXX, most of which had to do with its good trading volumes and the availability of some interesting exotic coins. But I was left deeply disappointed when, after passing the registration process, I've logged to the trading board and found out that it has one of the worst designs I
It's unnecessarily dark and very blocky - I was under the impression that it was hastily made by someone of Fiverr for less than a hundred dollars.
Binance Reviews RealSatoshi July 13, 2021
The number of Bitcoin (BTC) held on centralized exchanges has consistently fallen since late May, with roughly 2,000 BTC (worth roughly $66 million at current prices) flowing out
Glassnode’s Monday “The Week On-Chain” report found that Bitcoin reserves on centralized exchanges have fallen back to levels not seen since April, the month that saw BTC blast to its all-time high of roughly $65,000. The researchers noted that during the bull run leading up to this peak, relentless depletion of exchange coin reserves was a key theme. Glassnode concludes that much of this BTC went to the Grayscale GBTC Trust or was accumulated by institutions, driving “a persistent net outflow from exchanges.” However, when Bitcoin prices slumped in May, this trend reversed as coins were sent to exchanges for liquidation. Now, the net transfer volume has moved back into negative territory again as outflows increase.
BW.com Reviews SpottySnorry July 12, 2021
BW.com was found only a couple of years ago, so it's still a fledgling exchange. It is not overly sophisticated in terms of user interface and the overall set of features, but I had a pleasant experience trading on that platform. The fees are very reasonable - 0,10% for both makers and takers, with the acceptable withdrawal fees
A good exchange for a nascent trader to hone the skills. What I don't like about BW.com, though, is that I can load my trading account only using crypto.
Binance Reviews Wonderberg55 July 11, 2021
Whether you like it or not, Binance is the most progressive, and one of the most popular crypto exchanges in the industry. They have done a terrific job this year promoting their platform, improving the infrastructure and functional capabilities, as well as introducing a ton of new features
Their mobile app is definitely the most convenient and intuitive among the competitors, so, basically, these are the reasons why I intend to give preference to Binance over other exchanges.
EXX Reviews CryptoRebel July 10, 2021
Frankly speaking, I don't understand why most traders are trying to steer clear of Asian crypto exchanges. Sure, one would have to take into consideration a different time zone, which means that most of the activity happens when there's nighttime in Europe
But we, traders, are the global creatures, which means that doing some night trading shouldn't be an issue for those who are seeking real profit. In short, I like trading on EXX, and some other Asian platforms, because they charge the fees that don't sting. 0.1% trading fee is a good enough reason for me to cut on some sleep.
Liquid Reviews Darrren July 9, 2021
With offices in Japan, Singapore, Vietnam, and the USA, Liquid aims to combine a network of local partners with extensive team experience in banking and financial products to deliver best-in-class financial services
According to the team, Liquid is the world’s largest crypto-fiat platform by transaction volume that is regulated in Japan. Powered by the World Book, which provides customers enhanced price matching and deeper liquidity for various fiat and cryptocurrency pairs, Liquid offers trading services for major cryptocurrencies against fiat currency pairs (e.g. JPY, USD, SGD, AUD, EUR).
Bitfinex Reviews Silent_Trader July 8, 2021
The latest price action came hours after fresh selling pressure thanks in part to an unknown whale trying to short it with over 5,000 BTC. As noted by journalist Colin Wu, July 8 had witnessed short positions build up on
A mystery Bitfinex user began entering short positions with a stack of at least 5,219 BTC, worth $173 million at $33,000 levels. “According to datamish data, from 13:00 Beijing time, a account (or institution) has borrow bitcoin to short on Bitfinex,” Wu reported. “As of 15:03, he borrowed a total of 5219 BTC, and this number is still growing. Most short positions are non-hedged.” At the time of writing, total Bitfinex short positions had increased 160% in around two hours. Bitfinex shorts remained roughly balanced with longs, Bybt figures nonetheless showed. The whale shorting is not new. As Cointelegraph reported, June likewise saw fluctuations in trader behavior, with Wu eyeing 15,000 BTC worth of bets flooding in on a fresh price dip on June 25. The next day, BTC/USD saw a fresh retest of $30,000 support.
KuCoin Reviews SleepWalker July 8, 2021
KCS's upside move, on the whole, appeared as a part of an overall price rebound across the exchange token markets. Nonetheless, KCS markets showed strikingly lesser volumes in the previous 24 hours compared to
For instance, the second-to-worst volume logged by an exchange token was roughly $620,000 (see Unus Sed Leo in the chart above). On the other hand, KuCoin's 24-hour adjusted volume was $63,531. Thin volumes mean that there were fewer numbers of KCS tokens trading. In turn, there was a lower KCS liquidity across the markets. As a result, an asset's price volatility rises in a low volume market and makes it susceptible to the wilder upside and downside moves. The popular analogy serves as additional headwinds for KuCoin bulls as they attempt to claim the Falling Wedge's profit target. KuCoin Shares, or KCS, serves as a utility token on the KuCoin exchange. The platform uses KCS to reward users for using its services, similar to how Binance deploys BNB as a measure to offer users discounts on trading fees. Holders of KCS, meanwhile, also receive a daily dividend, i.e., a KuCoin bonus, which equals 50% of the trading fees on the exchange. As KuCoin moves to become a fully decentralized platform, it plans to use KCS for transaction fees. The exchange also intends to buy back and destroy half of KCS's 100 million supply cap. The funds to facilitate the buyback, again, comes from KuCoin's trading fees.
Binance Reviews Know1tAll July 7, 2021
Although Binance didn't specify the reason for temporarily halting SEPA transfers, the decision likely stems from the onslaught of regulatory action taken
The most recent decision came a day after British financial giant Barclays announced it would no longer facilitate customer payments to Binance after financial regulators warned users that the exchange was operating in the United Kingdom without proper licensing. In a follow-up with Cointelegraph, a Binance spokesperson said the exchange was disappointed by Barclays’ ”unilateral action” to block customer payments, namely: “We are disappointed that Barclays appears to have taken unilateral action based on what appears to be an inaccurate understanding of events." Faced with growing regulatory scrutiny in the United Kingdom, Binance said last month that customers will no longer be able to use the popular Faster Payments on-ramp to withdraw British pounds from the exchange. Despite facing backlash from the U.K., Japan, Canada and even the United States, Binance remains, by far, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world. On Tuesday, the exchange processed over $15.8 billion worth of transactions, according to industry data. By comparison, the second-largest exchange, publicly-traded Coinbase, processed more than $2.2 billion in trades.
Binance Reviews Crypto Shark July 7, 2021
Effective 8:00 am UTC on Wednesday, Binance users will no longer be able to make euro deposits through their bank. However, they can still fund their accounts with credit cards
Regulatory constraints facing Binance have forced the popular cryptocurrency exchange to temporarily halt bank transfers denominated in euros, according to an email sent to its customers on Tuesday. Specifically, euro deposits via the Single Europe Payments Area, or SEPA, have been put on hold indefinitely due to circumstances beyond the exchange’s control, Binance said in the email: “Due to events beyond our control, we are temporarily suspending EUR deposits via SEPA Bank Transfers from 8 am UTC on July 7, 2021.”
Binance Reviews acc0untant July 6, 2021
The amount of Bitcoin (BTC) held on exchanges has been declining steadily since mid-May, offering reassurance that the worst of the market selloff has passed. At current levels, Bitcoin’s exchange supply is at its lowest level since early January, according to crypto
“The 6-month low is a promising sign, as it generally will indicate that there is a decreased risk of more major $BTC selloffs,” the analytics firm tweeted Monday morning. Exchange inflows began to spike in early May, which likely served as a precursor to Bitcoin’s steep selloff through the middle of the month. The Bitcoin selloff intensified on May 19, culminating in a $1.2 trillion decline for the entire cryptocurrency market. Exchange-flow data is an important metric for monitoring Bitcoin’s price trajectory in the short to medium terms. Net inflows often foretell a steep selloff as more investors transfer their holdings from cold wallets, possibly for the purpose of selling. Case in point: In May, Bitcoin experienced the biggest exchange inflows since the March 2020 COVID-19-related crash. While Bitcoin remains in a firm intermediate downtrend, investors are finding more reasons to be bullish. The speed of adoption in places like Latin America, an anticipated shift in mining from China to other regions and growing indications that the market has bottomed are all causes for optimism. On the flip side, analysts continue to warn of an uncertain outlook in the short term, with several prominent industry voices calling for a steeper correction this year.
Huobi Global Reviews k1$dAb01 July 5, 2021
Huobi Global has introduced a 24-hour token withdrawal delay for all over-the-counter (OTC) trades. The decision strikes a blow to all Huobi users, some of whom will moreover be prevented from withdrawing their tokens for as long as 36 hours if the exchange's assessment system judges them to be at
Huobi has said the move forms part of its attempt to “gradually introduce a number of risk control strategies encompassing a larger section of users." It adds that it expects the delay to "effectively avoid user losses caused by the inflow of risky funds and protect the safety of users' assets." Notably, Huobi had been implementing a narrower version of this measure since August last year, when it first imposed a token withdrawal delay of up to 36 hours on specific, higher-risk users. The new, more comprehensive initiative seems to align squarely with Beijing's ongoing and multi-pronged crackdown on the country's cryptocurrency investors, which has recently targeted the mining sector, banking services and crypto's online footprint. In response to these restrictions, a large volume of crypto trading in the country has shifted to the OTC market, which is relatively unregulated and ensures that the transfer of fiat currency does not take place directly on exchanges' trading desks. High levels of activity on the OTC market during regulatory clampdowns are an established pattern in China: back in 2017, when Beijing first took action against crypto exchanges, investors had similarly adapted by making the shift to OTC trades. Huobi itself first rolled out its OTC service in Nov. 2017 amid a series of ever-tighter restrictions on crypto trading in the country.

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Top 10 Cryptocurrency Exchanges

# Exchange Founded Rate Coins Volume 24h Change 24h
1 Binance 2017 4.7 341 54 116 969 590 28.14%
2 Coinbase Pro 2014 4.6 49 4 342 960 485 36.24%
3 Kraken 2011 4.5 62 2 991 100 180 36.85%
4 Bitfinex 2012 4.4 146 1 387 204 084 61.17%
5 KuCoin 2017 4.2 282 2 475 873 413 23.14%
6 Uniswap 2019 3 3 457 217 -37.87%
7 Upbit 2017 2.9 168 17 014 338 517 7.48%
8 Huobi Global 2013 4.3 314 16 066 293 949 50.47%
9 OKEx 2014 3.6 242 14 488 406 321 31.87%
10 CoinBene 2017 2 113 5 020 717 633 1.95%

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