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Top 50 Cryptocurrency Exchanges

Highlighting 50 popular digital asset exchanges globally.

  1. Binance

Binance has become the biggest centralized cryptocurrency exchange in the world based on trading volume, web traffic, average liquidity, and the amount of quality market pairings available, they are the world’s best and biggest. Check out our full review here.

  1. Coinbase Pro

Coinbase Pro is a product by Coinbase and targets professional crypto traders by offering a professional trading interface and lower fees. The platform allows you to track the market, view trading history, monitor open orders and manage multiple portfolios. Start trading today by signing up

  1. Huobi Global

Huobi is a global blockchain asset financial services provider including exchange, trade, wallet, and storage. Huobi is a Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange founded in 2013 in China. They have offices in Hong Kong, Korea, Japan and the United States. It is also the owner of Quickwallet. 

  1. Kraken

Kraken was founded in 2011 and is based in the US. It caters to beginner and advanced cryptocurrency traders with 40 cryptocurrencies available for trade. The exchange provides cryptocurrency to fiat trading and provides price information to Bloomberg Terminal. As of 2020, Kraken is available in 48 US states and 176 countries.

  1. Bithumb

Founded in 2014, Bithumb is the most influential digital currency exchange in Korea, having eight million registered users, one million mobile app users and a current cumulative transaction volume has exceeded one trillion US dollars. Bithumb aims to become a comprehensive digital financial corporation based on the blockchain.

  1. Bitfinex

Founded in 2012, Bitfinex is a cryptocurrency exchange owned and operated by iFinex Inc. It is headquartered in Hong Kong and registered in the British Virgin Islands.

  1. FTX

FTX Cryptocurrency Derivatives Exchange is where users can buy and sell BTC, ETH, USDT, BNB futures and index futures with up to 101x leverage. FTX strives to be a platform robust enough for professional trading firms and intuitive enough for first-time users.

  1. Bitstamp

Bitstamp is a bitcoin exchange based in Luxembourg, founded in 2011. The platform focused on the European market and allows USD, EUR, bitcoin, XRP, ethereum, litecoin or bitcoin cash deposits and withdrawals.

  1. is an American cryptocurrency exchange that launched 2017. As the exchange is American, US-investors can of course trade here. The exchange is available both in English and Chinese.

  1. bitFlyer

bitFlyer is a private company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan and founded in 2014. It operates one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges with 2.5 million users and develops other crypto-related technology.

  1. OKEx

OKEx is a Malta-based cryptocurrency exchange that provides a platform for trading various cryptocurrencies founded in 2017. Some of exchange’s core features include spot and derivative trading. Read our full OKEx review here.

  1. Luno

Founded in 2013, Luno is a global cryptocurrency exchange and wallet provider headquartered in London, with regional hubs in Singapore and Cape Town. Through Luno’s instant buy/sell feature, customers are able to purchase crypto with their local currency or trade across 25 crypto to fiat pairs on the Luno Exchange. Sign up and start trading today.

  1. Zaif

Founded in 2016, Zaif is a cryptocurrency exchange that handles currencies including Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Monacoin. 

  1. Poloniex

Founded in 2014, Poloniex is a global crypto-to-crypto exchange headquartered in Seychelles. As of Feb 2020, it has over 100 markets available for spot trading and offers features such as margin trading, lending, and staking. Poloniex allows users to trade on the web, Android, iOS, Websocket, and HTTP APIs.

  1. Bittrex

BitMEX is a cryptocurrency exchange and derivative trading platform that trades Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies with up to 100x leverage. It was founded in 2014 and is headquartered Seychelles. Create an account today!

  1. Upbit

Upbit launched in South Korea on October 24, 2017 with the help of their partnership with American cryptocurrency exchange Bittrex.

  1. Coinone

Coinone provides blockchain-related financial services including cryptocurrency exchange, asset management and trading matching engines. It was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in the Asian-Pacific region. 

  1. KuCoin

The KuCoin Exchange opened for cryptocurrency trading in September 2017 which located in Seychelles. The KuCoin Exchange places an emphasis on the quality of the projects listed based on a research department that scours the blockchain industry for quality projects. Sign up and start trading today.

  1. Gemini

Gemini is a New York trust company that is regulated by the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) and was founded in 2014 by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss. Sign up and you’ll get $10 of bitcoin after you buy or sell $100.

  1. Binance US

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 San Francisco, California, Binance.US provides a fast, secure and reliable platform to buy and sell cryptocurrencies in the United States.

  1. Bitso

Bitso is a centralized cryptocurrency exchange, founded in 2014 and headquartered in Mexico. All cryptocurrency-related operations are handled by the Badger Technology Company Limited, registered in Gibraltar. 

  1. Indodax

INDODAX (formerly known as is a platform where users can buy and sell digital assets (e.g. Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple) in Indonesia. The exchange has more than 64 coins listed and 75 trading pairs. 

  1. BtcTurk Pro

Launched in 2013, BtcTurk is a centralized exchange based in Istanbul, Turkey. BtcTurk currently offers Turkish Lira, USDT and BTC pairs. BtcTurk | PRO accepts users globally. Those signed up to BtcTurk | PRO can trade with Turkish users, enjoy lower exchange fees, and withdraw cryptocurrencies without any transfer fees.

  1. Liquid

Liquid is a cryptoasset exchange located in Japan. They have 466 markets, with the most popular trading pairs being BTC/JPY, BTCV/BTC, and ETH/JPY. The fiat currencies they Liquid exchanges in are AUD, CNY, EUR, HKD, IDR, INR, JPY, PHP, SGD and USD.

  1. Paribu

Launched in 2017, Paribu is a centralized exchange based in Turkey. It supports TRY fiat pairs/fiat deposits/fiat withdrawals. It provides 24/7 support and trading services to its users across 22 cryptoassets.

  1. Mercado Bitcoin

Founded in 2013, Mercado Bitcoin describes itself as an alternative asset trading platform in Latin America. Mercado Bitcoin supports Brazilian Reals (BRL), offering BRL pairs for BTC, ETH, XRP, BCH, LTC, and USDC. MB has launched in 2019 MB Digital Assets, an asset tokenization initiative that has issued more than BRL 25 MM in asset-backed tokens.

  1. Coin Ex

CoinEX is a Hong Kong-based cryptocurrency business that offers investment trading services for investors interested in the crypto-to-crypto pairing. Starting in 2017, the company registered services within the financial institutions in Hong Kong, much like what Bitfinex and Binance did.

  1. Bithumb Global

Bithumb Global is a cryptoasset exchange located in Seychelles. It has 242 markets, with the most popular markets (trading pairs) being BTC/USDT, ETH/USDT, and LTC/USDT. Additionally, they allow trading with the following fiat currencies: RUB and TRY.

  1. Korbit

Korbit provides online bitcoin exchange, wallet and merchant processor services. It was founded on July 5, 2013, with its headquarters in Seoul in South Korea as a subsidiary of NXC as of 26 September 2017.

  1. CEX.IO

Founded in London in 2013, CEX.IO offers Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold, Ethereum, Zcash, Dash and other trading options.

  1. ZB.COM

ZB Group’s flagship platform is, a digital asset exchange. The platform launched in early 2013 and has a sizeable trading community. differentiates itself through its highly curated listing process and rare launchpad offers. 

  1. eToroX

eToroX is eToro’s professional crypto exchange. Designed exclusively for the corporate and institutional-grade crypto trading community, the eToroX exchange aims to offer a trusted and secure crypto trading solution. eToroX currently has more than 30 digital assets, including 17 tokenized fiat and commodity stablecoins, and more than 100 trading pairs.

  1. HitBTC

Founded in 2013, HitBTC is a crypto exchange that has over 800 trading pairs. HitBTC offers a range of APIs such as REST, WebSocket, FIX API. The UI was developed to meet the needs of the most demanding and sophisticated traders. Users can take advantage of rebates and competitive trading fees via the Trading Fee Tier system.

  1. Coineal

Coineal is a decentralized cryptocurrency exchange that was launched in April 2018 with the slogan “Global exchange, Local presence.” It offers services for buying, selling, and transferring users’ digital assets making an accent on safety and reliability.

  1. Bitbank

Bitbank was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Japan. It is a new cryptocurrency exchange service offering their clients highly accurate and reliable market insights for the trading of Bitcoin and Litecoin. 

  1. Becoin

BECOIN is a decentralized cryptocurrency based on ERC-20 blockchain technology. It was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It allows users to make instant payments online or at stores for various goods and services. These digital assets can be stored, sent & received in app-based wallet solutions.

  1. Huobi Korea

Founded in 2018, Huobi Korea is a centralized cryptocurrency exchange located in South Korea. There are 230 coins and 479 trading pairs on the exchange, the most active trading pair being ETH/BTC.

  1. is a crypto asset exchange company that started operating commercially in 2017. Until December 2019 there were 20 types of coins / tokens registered on the Rekeningku platform.

  1. Nominex

Launched in 2019 and registered in Estonia, Nominex is a centralized exchange based in Seychelles. As main advantages with the platform, Nominex emphasizes that they don’t require any KYC and that they have enabled VISA & MasterCard support.

  1. Bitvavo

Launched in Mar 2019, Bitvavo is a centralized exchange based in Amsterdam. It supports EUR fiat pairs.

  1. CoinDCX

Launched in 2018, CoinDCX is a cryptocurrency exchange with its offices located in India. On the platform, users can have single-point access to a diverse suite of crypto-based financial products and services that are backed by security processes and insurance. 

  1. Exchange Exchange aim to empower people from all over the world to trade cryptocurrencies with ease and confidence, from first-time traders to advanced trading professionals. The platform offers high liquidity, 24/7 multilingual support and dozens of trading pairs, complemented with a high level of security.

  1. WhiteBIT

WhiteBIT is a cryptoasset exchange located in Estonia. Their most popular trading pairs are BTC/USDT, ETH/BTC and ETH/USDT. Additionally, they allow trading with EUR, RUB, UAH, and USD fiat currencies.

  1. BitMax is a Singapore-registered digital asset trading platform servicing retail and institutional clients across the globe. BitMax was formally launched in August 2018 with a mission to ‘support financial market innovation and advancement of the crypto economy through building upon a series of open and fair market rules to the liquidity of the overall market, enhance market depth, and support blockchain structural optimization.

  1. P2PB2B

Founded in 2018, P2PB2B is a centralized cryptocurrency exchange located in Estonia. There are 178 coins and 366 trading pairs on the exchange. The most active trading pair on P2PB2B exchange is BTC/USDT.

  1. Coinsbit

Launched in August 2018, Coinsbit is a centralized exchange based in Estonia. Coinsbit supports cryptocurrency pairs, 6+ fiat gateways and OTC trading, as well as P2P-lending platform. Additionally, the platform offers cryptocurrency trading and allows users to earn cryptoassets via the Staking pool. 

  1. Bitrue

Launched in July 2018, Bitrue is an XRP-centric financial services platform with support for trading, loans and investments. Bitrue is registered in Singapore with offices in Singapore, Silicon Valley, and Taiwan.

  1. CDAX

Crypto and Digital Assets eXchange (CDAX) is a professional digital asset trading platform focused on matured traders. CDAX provides to its users with special offers and a range of products such as OTC, margin trading, spot trading, API trading, special fees, OTC lending and custodial services for professional traders. 

  1. BKEX

BKEX is a multi-cryptocurrency exchange from the British Virgin Islands. It is a community-consensus digital assets trading platform that allows users to trade (buy/sell) cryptocurrencies such as BTC, ETH, EOS, NEO. 

  1. MXC.COM

Launched in Apr 2018, MXC is a centralized cryptocurrency exchange registered in Seychelles. It supports CNY, VND, USD, GBP, EUR, AUD deposit, and CNY, VND withdrawal.


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