Bleutrade

Bleutrade

Bleutrade
In Social Media:
Very basic Ease of use,  Enough secure,  Anonymously trading

Volume 24H: $72,692

Bleutrade is a small exchange platform based in Brazil. They have few users and limited liquidity. There is the possibility of trading in multiple cryptocurrencies, however, most are so obscure there would be little interest in doing so. Opening an account is easy. Only crypto to crypto trading is available.

The Bleutrade exchange is suitable for anyone who wants to explore many less common cryptocurrencies. A technical background is not needed as the user interface is straightforward. Fiat currencies are not supported and for each withdrawal, there is a set fee, which differs from coin to coin.

Language Support

  • English

Country Support

  • Australia
  • Canada
  • China
  • European Union
  • Hong Kong
  • Japan
  • Most Africa
  • Most of Asia
  • Most of Eastern European Union
  • Most of Latin America
  • Most of the Middle East
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Russian Federation
  • Singapore
  • Switzerland
  • Turkey
  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  • United States of America

Platforms Systems

  • Web Interface

Stock Market Options

Interface
customisation:

  • Not customizable

Advanced
Options:

  • Limit Order

Bleutrade security levels are exceptionally high. They offer 2FA and a withdrawal white list option. They use an elastic multi-stage wallet strategy ensuring that 80-90% of funds are kept offline and secure. Also, for withdrawals, users are required to pass an enhanced verification process providing proof of the validity of their identification documents.

Summary:

2 Factor Authentication
Yes
Funds Insured
Funds are not insured
Private Keys Stored On
Exchange platform
Storage Type
They claim to hold user funds in cold storage but are not specific about it.

Advanced Security Features:

  • Monitor bahavior patterns for suspicious activity
  • Limit amount of daily withdrawls

Security Features:

  • SSL
  • Protection from DDoS attackes
  • Regular data replication and backup

Bleutrade is a Brazilian exchange platform which was developed by Felipe McMont and Rodrigo Henrik. It was launched simultaneously in several countries with the intention"to win the trust and confidence of each individual involved in the cryptocurrencies market." They will likely need to provide more transparency to achieve that goal.

Summary:

Bleutrade completely lacks transparency. There is almost no information available about who they are or how they manage user funds. They trade mostly in low value, obscure cryptocurrencies and have very little to offer to the average or experienced user.

Ease of use
Very basic
Transaction Fees
0.1-0.29%
Deposit/Withdrawal Fee
0.1-0.29%
Deposit/Withdrawal Fee c For Bank Transfer
N/A
Deposit/Withdrawal Fee For Credit Card
N/A
Deposit/Withdrawal Fee Charged For 3rd party Payments
N/A
Anonymous Trading
Yes

Deposit/Withdrawal Options:

Send/Receive Crypto

Functionality:

Bleutrade offers a large number of crypto coins but has limited functions. After creating an account, the user needs to confirm their email and to provide some personal information along with a scanned ID. They focus on delivering a good user experience but information is hard to reach.

Most common
customer complaint:

Login issues, lack of functions, no fiat currency support