Exchanges

Digital asset exchanges are online marketplaces where customers can purchase and trade digital assets (cryptocurrencies, tokens and other assets).

Exchanges match buyers with sellers. Supply and demand determines the price of the asset. There are hundreds of exchanges globally, and they range in fees, services and legitimacy. Some exchanges are regulated. Others are not. All good cryptocurrency exchanges should provide a strong user experience, protect user funds, and comply with the law and industry best practices.

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Binance

Binance is a cryptocurrency exchange platform that combines digital technology and finance. Launched in September 2019, Binance.US is a digital asset marketplace, powered by matching engine and wallet technologies licensed from the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, Binance. Operated by BAM Trading Services based in California, Binance.US provides a fast, secure and reliable platform to buy and sell cryptocurrencies in the United States.

Gemini

Gemini is a licensed digital asset exchange and custodian built for both individuals and institutions. They build crypto products that are simple, elegant, and secure. Whether you are an individual or an institution, they want to help you buy, sell, and store your bitcoin and cryptocurrency.

Kraken

As one of the largest and oldest Bitcoin exchanges in the world, Kraken is consistently named one of the best places to buy and sell crypto online. They’ve been on the forefront of the blockchain revolution since 2011.

Coinbase

Coinbase is a digital currency wallet service that allows traders to buy and sell bitcoin.

EToro
Plus500
Paxful
Coinjar
Robinhood
Bitpanda
Bitstamp
Changelly
Coinmama
Luno
Poloniex
Coinfloor
Bitoasis
VirWox
BitFlyer
CoinCorner
OKEX
ShapeShift
Bitfinex
BittyLicious
Kucoin
Coinspot
Revolut
Mercatox
Cryptopia
HitBTC

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