• United States of America

  • P2P

  • Xcoins.io

  • Since 2024

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Intuitive Ease of use,  Enough secure,  Anonymously trading

xCoins is a peer-to-peer Bitcoin lending platform that claims to provide users with quick access to Bitcoin in a more convenient way than typical cryptocurrency exchanges. It connects lenders with borrowers in a process they call secured loans. xCoins offers a fast way to pay for Bitcoin with all major credit cards, via bank account, or with Paypal.

The platform has an intuitive design and making transactions is not difficult. However, XCoins is not recommended for beginners. Fees are quite high and only an experienced trader could have the skills to make profit on this exchange by taking advantage of market volatility. Though usually seen as a big convenience, PayPal payments can create serious issues (chargebacks, frozen PayPal accounts).

Crypto Currencies Support

Traditional Currency Support

  • US Dollar (USD)

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

There are few details disclosed regarding security on XCoins. Apart from SSL and 2FA, there is no other security measure for assuring users that their BTC deposits are safely stored. The exchange was hacked in December 2016. Only a small amount of BTC was stolen and all users had their lost cryptos returned, but a precedent for security breaches has been set.


2 Factor Authentication
Funds Insured
Funds are not insured
Private Keys Stored On
Exchange platform
Storage Type
Hot storage

Security Features:

  • SSL

Legal Registration or Compliance:

  • KYC/AML Compliant

Launched in 2016, XCoins is yet another secretive exchange. Their website offers very little information about their two companies: XCoins, Inc (US) and XCoins, Limited (UK). A little digging uncovers the LinkedIn page of Sergey Nikitin, who is presented as XCoins' CEO and Founder. XCoins was in the news in 2017 for expanding its team to combat social engineering fraud.


XCoins is best suited to experienced traders, but they are advised to use it with caution due to serious spam allegations as well the 2016 hacking incident. Also, XCoins is not recommended for trading small amounts as the base Blockchain fees are pretty high. Customer Support is quite selective in replying to users' questions on their forum, but when they do, the answers are quite professional.

Ease of use
Transaction Fees
Deposit/Withdrawal Fee
Deposit/Withdrawal Fee c For Bank Transfer
Deposit/Withdrawal Fee For Credit Card
Deposit/Withdrawal Fee Charged For 3rd party Payments
Anonymous Trading

Deposit/Withdrawal Options:

Deposit from bank account, Deposit using credit card, Deposit using 3rd party, Withdrawal funds through a third party, Send/Receive Crypto


Despite using terms such as “borrowing” and “lending”, XCoins acts like a P2P marketplace. What makes it different is the option, for borrowers, to return BTC and, for lenders, to set their own interest fee. Borrowers have various payment methods, such as credit/debit cards, PayPal, ACH, and eCheck, while the lenders have only one option for receiving USD via PayPal.

Most common
customer complaint:

Bad customer support, high fees supported mainly by borrowers, scam allegations