Exchanges

Exchange DescriptionUser RatingOverall Rating
Binance
Founded in 2017 and Hong Kong based, Binance is currently the worlds largest exchange for crypto trading. It offers an impressive range of cryptocurrencies as well as its own coin called BNB, which allows for trading at very competitive fees.  Add to compare
User Rating: 4 (4 votes)
Huobi
Huobi was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Singapore. As a permanent member of the top 5 exchanges for cryptocurrencies measured in trade volume, Huobi aims to become a pioneer for any kind of digital asset.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.5 (2 votes)
HitBTC
London based HitBTC is operating since 2013 and a permanent member of the world's top 10 exchanges in trade volume. HitBTC convinces because of an advanced security architecture and trading platform, as well as due its 24/7 customer service.  Add to compare
User Rating: 4 (3 votes)
MBAex
Singapore based MBAex is Southeast-Asia's biggest platform for blockchain assets and aims to empower the adoption of blockchain technology into the real-world economy. The exchange convinces in particular because of very low fees, as well as its transparency and community trust.  Add to compare
User Rating: 4 (2 votes)
Exmo
Exmo was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Southern England. The exchange in particular facilitates crypto-trading for (East) European customers and convinces out of beginner friendliness, competitive fees and a good customer service.  Add to compare
User Rating: 4 (3 votes)
Bithumb
Seoul based Bithumb was founded in 2014 and is the biggest crypto-exchange in South Korea. The exchange has been hacked in June 2018, but has announced to reimburse affected user. The exchange operates worldwide, has high community trust, a good customer service and offers very competitive fees.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.5 (2 votes)
Hummingbird Trading
Hummingbird Trading was developed by a team of financial experts, engineers and developers with the goal of bringing the currency markets directly to your mobile phone. The application is user-friendly and the first mobile-only platform, which strives to make both forex and crypto trading convenient.  Add to compare
User Rating: 5 (1 votes)
Bitfinex
Founded in 2012, Hong Kong based Bitfinex is one of the top 5 major exchanges for cryptocurrencies. Since 99.5% of its clients’ funds are backed up in a cold storage, Bitfinex is seen as one of the most reliable exchanges within the crypto community.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.75 (4 votes)
BitRabbit
Taiwan based BitRabbit was founded by tech and finance experienced industry pioneers. BitRabbit is still in an early stage but the exchange aims to provide a decentralized assets management solution with the possibility to purchase stocks with crypto. The exchange states out its systems are built to potentially handle over one million transactions per second.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.5 (2 votes)
Bitpanda
Founded 2014 in Vienna, Austria, Bitpanda shortly became one of the leading European platforms for purchasing cryptocurrencies. It has listed all major cryptos and fully automated its services.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.67 (3 votes)
Bittrex
Bittrex was founded in 2013 by 3 ex security professionals at Microsoft. Headquartered in Seattle, it has become one of the leading US-based exchanges, in particular known for high security standards and a wide range of cryptos.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.67 (3 votes)
OKEx
Founded in 2014, Hong Kong based, and backed up by well known investors, OKEx aims to become a leading global digital asset exchange. Especially, the option for future trades is widely recognized as a potential standard for the industry.  Add to compare
User Rating: 4 (3 votes)
Parandeks
Istanbul based Parandeks is operating worldwide and strives to be the market-leading Turkish cryptoexchange. The exchange convinces out of a good customer service and has listed several interesting major cryptocurrencies and altcoins. Parandeks offers an advanced trading platform and good security standards.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.5 (2 votes)
Bit-Z
Backed up by professionals from different sectors, 2016 founded and Hong Kong based Bit-Z became fast one of the leading exchanges worldwide. Bit-Z has listed an impressive range of available cryptocurrencies, including DKKT, a stable coin developed by themselves and pegged 1:1 with the Danish Krona.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.5 (2 votes)
Koineks
Istanbul based Koineks was launched in 2017 and facilitates customers to purchase different cryprocurrencies with Turkish Lira, supporting deposits with bank wire transfer. The exchange focusses on the Turkish market and offers a simple user-interface, especially recommended for beginners.  Add to compare
User Rating: 2.67 (3 votes)
Cryptopia
Cryptopia was founded in 2014 and is based in Christchurch, New Zealand. The platform aims to provide their customers with as many information and services as possible. Cryptopia offers an impressive listing of small and yet unknown coins and is especially interesting for Alton investors.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.67 (3 votes)
Indodax
Launched in 2013 and headquartered in Bali, Indodax is currently the largest crypto-exchange in Indonesia. The exchange is working worldwide but accepts only deposits in Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). According to their own statements, Indodax is working on the vision of a Bitcoin and crypto-based Bali.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.5 (2 votes)
Robicoin
Ankara based Robicoin is an industry newbie, which offers an easy to use and well designed trading platform. The exchange has a good customer service and offers competetive fees. Robicoin has a focus on the Turkish market and facilitates Turkish customers to change their local Turkish Lira (TRY) into crypto.  Add to compare
User Rating: 2.67 (3 votes)
eToro
Established in 2007 the company has consistently taken measures to ensure its platform makes online trading and investing accessible to anyone. It has easy access to beginners and improving upon important elements for experienced users.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.25 (4 votes)
Gemini
Gemini was founded in 2014 by the Winklevoss twins and is based in New York City. The exchange is regulated by New York State Department of Financial Services and community trusted.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.33 (3 votes)
CoinsBank
Launched in 2016 and based in Edinburgh, UK, CoinsBank strives to be an all-in-one gateway to any kind of blockchain services, offering an exchange, wallets and even crypto-debit cards. The exchange is well-designed and supports a variety of fiat currencies, but has only Bitcoin and Litecoin listed.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3 (2 votes)
Bitstamp
Established in 2011, Bitstamp is one of the 'oldest' existing major exchanges and was the worlds' first fully regulated exchange. Based in Luxembourg, Bitstamp strives to be an European alternative to the US and Asia dominated exchange market.  Add to compare
User Rating: 4 (3 votes)
Gatecoin
Founded in 2013 and Hong Kong based, Gatecoin was the first crypto exchange to list the Ethereum token (ETH) and has since then specialized on tokens associated with the network.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.5 (2 votes)
LBank
Founded in 2016, Hong Kong based LBank focuses on the Asian market and strives to provide a modern digital assets exchange and corresponding management solutions. The exchange allows for crypto-to-crypto and fiat-to-crypto trading.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3 (3 votes)
CoinMate
CoinMate is an European exchange, registered in London, with high community trust and an easy interface. Founded by Czech economists and Bitcoin pioneers in 2014, CoinMate facilitates deposit and withdrawls especially for Czech customers and focusses on the (East-)European market.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.5 (2 votes)
BtcTurk
BtcTurk is one of the leading Turkish crypto exchanges and facilitates to change Turkish Lira (TRY) into crypto. BtcTurk is operating worldwide and offers a comfortable trading platform, which works based on a good security architecture.  Add to compare
User Rating: 2.33 (3 votes)
YoBit
YoBit is a Russian exchange, which enables customers to deposit and withdraw in US dollars and Russian Ruble (RUR). The exchange is especially interested because of an impressive range of cryptocurrencies and tokens listed. Due to ongoing investigations of Russian authorities, the community trust is low.  Add to compare
User Rating: 2 (2 votes)
Coinigy
Coinigy, based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, facilitates trading on multiple and 40+ of the most popular cryptocurrency exchanges from one single account. There are no additional trading fees, but the service costs a minimum of 18.67$ per month. Especially recommended for advanced users and/or arbitrage traders.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.67 (3 votes)
Bleutrade
Bleutrade was founded in 2014 in Brazil and offers a beginner friendly interface, which is easy to use and facilitates trading with a wide range of available small coins. The exchange is in particular interesting for beginners who want to register instantaneously.  Add to compare
User Rating: 2.5 (2 votes)
Koinim
Operating since 2013, Koinim is an early-adopting exchange with a focus on the Turkish market. Koinim is currently one of the few existing exchanges accepting to change Turkish Lira (TRY) to either Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash or Litecoin via bank transfers.  Add to compare
User Rating: 2 (3 votes)
Digilira
2017 launched Digilira is a Turkish cryptocurrency exchange which is operating on the Waves blockchain platform and which is part of the Waves Lab incubator programme. Customers can change Turkish Lira (TRY) into WTRY tokens (backed up by the Turkish Lira 1:1) via the Waves decentralized exchange DEX. Digilira has currently listed Bitcoin, Waves, Ethereum, Litecoin, and ZCash.  Add to compare
User Rating: 2 (3 votes)
Luno
Founded in 2013 and headquartered in London, Luno facilitates trading Bitcoin for European customers, as well as for clients from Indonesia, Malaysia, Nigeria and South Africa. Luno won the Tech5 award for the UK's fastest growing tech company in 2018.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3 (2 votes)
Coinbase Pro
While the standard service is intended for the broader masses, the Pro branding is targeting professional crypto traders by offering a professional trading interface and lower fees.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3 (5 votes)
Robinhood
The US based exchange Robinhood was founded by two experts, who had previously built high-frequency trading platforms for financial institutions in New York City. Robinhood is still in an early stage, but promises comission-free crypto-trading.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.67 (3 votes)
Changelly
Changelly operating since 2015 is a cryptocurrency exchange based in Prague. The exchange is clean and easy to use aiming to remove technical barriers of traditional trading platforms.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.33 (3 votes)
Uyabis
Uyabis focusses on the local Turkish market and facilitates to change Turkish Lira into different cryptocurrencies. Uyabis is a market newbie and has a lot to proove because many information is not available. Especially interested is the integrated 'intelligent price system', which warns customers before selling under price.  Add to compare
User Rating: 2.5 (2 votes)
LakeBTC
Shanghai based LakeBTC is operating since 2013 and focusses on the Asian market. The exchange is a Gateway Member of the International Ripple Gateway Association and offers deposits or withdrawals within a wide range of possible FIAT currencies.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.33 (3 votes)
BitMEX
2014 founded BitMEX is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency derivates trading platform, based in Seychelles. The exchange offers futures and margin trading via leverage contracts, which are bought and sold only in Bitcoin. BitMEX offers an advanced trading platform especially recommended for advanced users.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3 (3 votes)
Paribu
Istanbul based Paribu was launched in 2017 and is one of the biggest crypto-exchanges in Turkey. The exchange is easy to use, but limited in services and customers can only purchase Bitcoin. Paribu has an exclusive focus on the Turkish market, allowing customers to deposit in Turkish Lira (TL).  Add to compare
User Rating: 2.33 (3 votes)
Coinbase
Coinbase is one of the larger ecosystems, providing full services across wallets. The exchange proves a good overall experience with transactions done off the blockchain.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3.67 (3 votes)
Poloniex
Bosten, US, based Poloniex was launched in 2014 and once a leading crypto-trading platform. The exchange was acquired by Circle, a Goldman Sachs backed up start-up, in 2018. Poloniex has been accused frequently for frozen accounts, lost funds or manipulated volume and has to recover a lot of community trust.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3 (2 votes)
Turuko
Based in Istanbul, Turuko is an advanced but easy to use trading platform. The exchange is available for customers worldwide and translated into 7 different languages. Nevertheless, Turuko is an industry newbie with a lot to proove. Especially suspicious is the fact, Turuko doesn't provide any information on its fee structure.  Add to compare
User Rating: 5 (3 votes)
247exchange
The Belize-based 247exchange was launched in 2018 and is still in the test stage. The exchange aims to become an easy-to-handle, customer centered platform with instant verification.  Add to compare
User Rating: 3 (2 votes)
Paxful
Paxful is a Delaware, US, based peer-to-peer marketplace, where buyers and sellers can determine their terms of trade meanwhile the company acts as an escrow. The platform is especially interesting in order to purchase Bitcoin privately.  Add to compare
User Rating: 2.5 (2 votes)
LocalBitcoins
Finland based LocalBitcoins was founded in 2012 and facilitates private peer-to-peer trading of local currencies to Bitcoin. Thereby, the company is used as an escrow, meanwhile Users advertise their conditions and agree upon trade terms.  Add to compare
User Rating: 2 (2 votes)
xCoins
xCoins is a peer-to-peer Bitcoin lending platform, based in Santa Monica, California. An instant verification process facilitates connecting lenders to buyers, while the latter are able to pay with traditional payment methods like VISA or Paypal.  Add to compare
User Rating: 2 (2 votes)
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