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BTCC Exchange is an international service that offers trading between USD and Bitcoin, including some advanced trading features. They have strong security features, quick service, and competitive rates. BTCC also offers a DAX exchange, a purely crypto-to-crypto service, but it is still in beta, has low levels of activity, and there is little information available about it.
Jubiter went live in May 2018 after a year of development. Since its initial launch date, Jubiter has introduced its services to 131 countries and over 40 U.S. states. Jubiter is currently planning support for additional cryptocurrencies, including Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, and Bitcoin Gold. Additional fiat currencies will also be supported by the Jubiter exchange in the future.
CryptoCurrency Exchange (C-CEX) is a trading platform that focuses mostly on token markets, offering numerous token trading pairs for buying and selling. There have been numerous talks regarding the legitimacy of this platform due to abusive fund removals reported by users. Another problem C-CEX has is the downtime, with users complaining about frequent maintenance issues.
BitQuick is a peer-to-peer Bitcoin exchange that allows users to buy Bitcoins with cash. The platform is essentially a third-party escrow agent. BitQuick holds both BTC and fiat while users complete the required steps to finalize the transaction. They provide an easy way to convert BTC to cash and support USD, EUR, and CAD. BitQuick is available worldwide, but used mainly in the US.
Bitcoin Indonesia is the largest cryptocurrency exchange in Indonesia and though it offers worldwide services, it accepts fiat deposits only in Indonesian Rupiah, which makes it more expensive for international users. Users can buy and sell Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other digital coins through the web platform as well as the two mobile Android apps.
Spectrocoin is a digital asset exchange platform that offers fiat and virtual currency exchange support for more than 30 currencies. The exchange is very flexible regarding the deposit and withdrawal methods, users can deposit or withdraw with services like Skrill or OkPay. The Lithuania-based company aims to be one of the most popular global exchanges, offering a wide range of Bitcoin solutions.
Coinroom is a full digital asset trading platform that offers fast transactions, express transfers, and ATM withdrawals. Coinroom offers the choice of trading anonymously, but limited features would be available. For registered users, the platform has extensive trade functionality, such as several order types (stop loss, take profit etc), fiat support, and flexible payment methods.
Poloniex is one of the largest digital asset exchange platforms. Based in the United States, Poloniex directs its services mostly to professional traders. The platform supports only crypto-to-crypto trading pairs and advanced features like margin trading. Poloniex moves tens of millions of dollars daily on their exchange platform with an average of 25,000 users trading online daily.
BL3P is a digital asset exchange platform that offers support for trading Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, and Litecoin against Euros. Backed by Bitconic, they accept fiat deposits on SEPA transfers and through instant iDeal service, which is available only in the Netherlands. Founded in 2012, BL3P is the only exchange based in the Netherlands that holds Dutch bank accounts to process Euro transactions.
Indacoin is a London-based digital asset exchange platform that offers support for instant debit/credit card payments for Bitcoin or Ethereum acquisition and other 200 cryptocurrencies. The company states that their service is available internationally, with the exception of United States. Users need to be verified through video recording in order to confirm their credit card ownership.
Cryptonator is an online wallet for multiple cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum etc. and available for download on Android and iOS. The wallet platform has a built-in exchange feature with fast and easy direct transactions and instant trade for many altcoins in one personal account, but does not meet the highest security standards with no HD or multi-sig features.
Mobi wallet is developed by BTCC Limited, one of the oldest yet still active Chinese based Bitcoin exchanges. Mobi wallet is a service that endeavors to eliminate friction in money transfers and make Bitcoin easier to spend worldwide. This wallet platform offers users the possibility of issuing a prepaid Mobi Visa card and extensive support for numerous fiat-currencies.
Developed by Spectro Finance Ltd, SpectroCoin Wallet is part of a platform that incorporates payment processing services and a Bitcoin exchange. SpectroCoin offers the option of issuing prepaid Bitcoin debit cards, denominated only in USD, EUR and GBP. These cards can be used at a vast ATM network around the world.
Luno (formerly known as BitX) is a very popular web-based and mobile app for trading and storing Bitcoin. This app is available in 40 countries across Europe, Asia and Africa offering support for buying and selling cryptocurrency with fiat money, through the Luno Exchange. Luno offers great service support, having over half a million downloads in Google Play and a highly-positive rating.
Coinbase has received more investment capital than any other cryptocurrency exchange and is the first to receive backing from the NYSE and to build partnerships with government and banking regulators to make cryptocurrency trading legal and regulated. Coinbase' pivot to regulation means that user data could be shared with government regulators in the near future.
Exodus is best known for its great design and user interface. The developers of this desktop cryptocurrency wallet wanted above all to make it smooth and simple for new users. It's very straightforward, intuitive, and uncluttered. It supports a relatively broad base of coins and is a great tool for those looking to diversify their investment.
Keepkey is a hardware wallet which safely secures assets by storing the users private keys offline. The innovative design is sleek and easy to use . The hardware uses two Chrome extensions to access the wallet. It's a great choice for both new and experienced Cryptocurrency users.
Bitinka is one of the biggest wallet and exchange sites in Latin America. It's focus is integration with fiat currencies, so it allows deposits and withdrawals to a traditional bank account and is convenient for the average user. It allows the average user to take advantage of some of the benefits and flexibility of Bitcoin without getting trapped in the world of altcoins. Great for new users.
Agama is a desktop wallet created by the SuperNet project. It is in beta form and available for testing (DEC 2017). It offers multiple features including more than 15 supported cryptocurrencies. It is open source and is expected to include a decentralized exchange using atomic swaps. There are 3 different modes which provide 3 different levels of security.
Dogecoin Core is the official desktop wallet from the Dogecoin foundation, and it is maintained by the Dogecoin community. It provides the basic features of a Cryptocurrency wallet like sending/receiving and transaction history, along with the friendly doge logo and the popular, fun language used by the online community.