Top 50 Crypto Exchanges to Trade Your Cryptocurrencies in 2021 by@Sergeenkov

Top 50 Crypto Exchanges to Trade Your Cryptocurrencies in 2021

Binance Exchange processes an average of $2 billion worth of transactions per day. OKEx is the culmination of purpose-built trading infrastructures designed for experienced traders. Binance is constantly reinventing itself and expanding the scope of its business such that users can access multiple income-generating opportunities on just one platform. The exchange also offers enough liquidity and can cater to high-volume traders. It is worth mentioning that Binance has had its fair share of security crises. Nonetheless, it showed great response by shielding its users from the effects of these security breaches.
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Andrey Sergeenkov

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Owing to the growing importance of digitization, digital money is fast becoming the toast of the financial industry. Experts believe that the future of economic developments hinges on the viability of digital currencies and the infrastructures designed to improve the way they are stored and traded. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that crypto exchanges have emerged as some of the most powerful forces propelling the ongoing crypto movement.

These entities are the primary gateways to the crypto market. Hence, the quality of products provided very much determines how crypto technology is being perceived by the mainstream. For instance, although a majority of security breaches recorded in the crypto industry can be attributed to negligence on the part of crypto exchanges, critics often use these incidents as an excuse to take a swipe at the viability of cryptocurrency as a whole.

As such, the inactions or actions of crypto exchanges are not only detrimental to their brands but also have a major impact on the type of publicity that crypto receives. This is why it is commendable that some crypto exchange platforms are going all out to change the narrative by providing quality services and adopting the highest of standards. With customer-centric business values slowly becoming a norm, users can bask in the possibilities of crypto trading without worrying too much about the inherent risks.

In this guide, I will highlight crypto trading platforms that have showcased these traits and are contributing positively to the crypto narrative. Here are the 50 best crypto exchanges of 2021.

1. Binance

Launched in 2017, Binance has risen to juggernaut status thanks to its agnostic approach to growth and development. Binance is constantly reinventing itself and expanding the scope of its business such that users can access multiple income-generating opportunities on just one platform. At the heart of this ginormous ecosystem is the Binance Exchange that processes an average of $2 billion worth of transactions per day.

Judging by the trading terminal adopted on the Binance website, it is more suitable for experienced traders who know how to interpret charts and utilize advanced trading tools. Binance exchange is known for its dynamic crypto trading facility that caters to a wide array of altcoins. At the time of writing, there were 290 coins and 980 crypto pairs available on Binance for spot trading. The exchange also offers enough liquidity and can cater to high-volume traders.

Binance deducts a 0.1% standard trading fees. However, depending on your monthly volume, your trading fees can scale down to 0.02%. Likewise, you get to receive a 25% discount when you pay your fees with the exchange’s native token, BNB.

Furthermore, the Binance platform supports margin trading and crypto derivatives to provide users with a broad range of trading options. This is in addition to the staking and lending services designed for digital asset holders. You can also take advantage of its launchpad to invest in new crypto projects. It is worth mentioning that Binance has had its fair share of security crises. Nonetheless, it showed great response by shielding its users from the effects of these security breaches.

Pros

  • Low fees
  • High liquidity
  • A broad array of supported coins
  • A vast range of crypto services

Cons

  • Suffered a major security breach in 2019

2. OKEx

Seychelles-based OKEx is the culmination of purpose-built trading infrastructures designed for experienced traders. Originally based in China, OKEx is gradually becoming a global crypto trading brand ideal for margin trading, spot exchanges, and futures trading. With over 200 coins and 400 trading pairs listed on the exchange, OKEx ensures that its 20 million users have the right amount of exposure to the crypto market. The exchange supports both crypto-to-crypto and fiat-to-crypto trades.

These features, coupled with the sophisticated nature of its desktop and mobile client software, show that OKEx is intentional about providing traders with all the tools they need to navigate the digital asset market seamlessly. And like Binance, OKEx launched its native token, OKB, which can be used to offset transaction charges and participate in order promotions or services targeted at the OKEx community.

Also, the tiered fee structure of OKEx is another reason why it remains competitive. The highest you will pay as a commission is a 0.2% taker fee and a 0.15% maker fee. These fees drop to as low as 0.02% and 0.05% respectively when your monthly transaction volume exceeds 120,000 BTC. As such, we can say that the services of OKEx are geared towards institutional traders even though retail traders are also adequately catered for. The security of the OKEx exchange has come under scrutiny in the past. However, investigations showed that such breaches are a result of negligence on the part of individual users.

Pros

  • A large selection of trading pairs
  • Multiple trading options
  • Supports fiat deposits
  • Functional and sophisticated trading apps
  • Low fees

Cons

  • Not available in the United States

3. Coinbase Pro

US-based Coinbase Inc. has become a household name in the crypto industry mainly because it provides simple and instant means of purchasing cryptocurrencies with fiat. While this is a given, it is the success of its advanced trading platform, Coinbase Pro, that has brought it as much prominence in the crypto trading world. Here, Coinbase sheds its minimalistic approach to crypto trading for a more professional look.

The unique selling point of Coinbase Pro is that it has never suffered a hack since it launched in 2018 as the evolved version of Global Digital Asset Exchange (GDAX). Also, it provides insurance of up to $250,000 per individual user. There are currently 49 coins listed on Coinbase Pro and transaction fees could drop to 0.0% for institutional traders processing as much as $1 billion worth a volume per month. The highest fees on Coinbase Pro is 0.50% for transaction volume below $10,000.

In tandem with its growing appeal for institutional traders, Coinbase Pro offers a maximum withdrawal limit of $10,000 for individual traders and $50,000 for business accounts. Also, note that the exchange passes on the on-chain fees required to process withdrawals to users. This is a new policy introduced in 2020 following the increase in on-chain transaction fees as a result of network congestions.

Pros

  • Supports bank deposits and other fiat payment method
  • Insured and highly secure
  • Access to the vast Coinbase ecosystem
  • Heavily regulated

Cons

  • Not enough cryptos listed

4. Kraken

Kraken is another US-based exchange that continues to impress. Like the exchanges mentioned above, Kraken is majorly a spot exchange that also provides infrastructures for margin trading and futures contracts. Launched in 2011, Kraken is one of the oldest and most reputable crypto exchanges available today. And although its headquarter is in the United States, the exchange is available in over 100 countries. After scaling the KYC process, you can fund your account with debit/credit cards or bank deposits.

There are 62 tradable assets on Kraken Pro, designed for advanced traders. The platform has 3 order placement levels with varying levels of technicality. The first provides basic functionalities suitable for beginners while the last level comes with advanced order settings, including leverage options, additional order types, and various execution choices.

Kraken Pro users are also subjected to a tiered taker/maker fees structure that scales down transaction fees, depending on traders’ monthly volumes. For traders processing volumes below $50,000 monthly, the taker and maker fees are 0.16% and 0.26% respectively. The maker fee drops to 0.0% as the volume approaches $10 million. Kraken has stood the test of time and continues to deliver impressive crypto services.

Pros

  • Secure and trusted crypto exchange
  • Heavily regulated
  • Support fiat deposits
  • Supports 3 levels of order placement

Cons

  • Limited to 62 cryptocurrencies

5. Huobi Global

At the time of writing, Huobi had a $6 billion 24-hour volume, which puts it in the top 20 list of crypto exchanges by trading volume. There are over 311 cryptocurrencies and over 800 crypto pairs listed on the exchange to give users a lot more trading options. The Singapore-based exchange has established itself on the global scene by rebranding and expanding the scope of its business. The platform also features spot, derivative, and margin trading options and has a native token, HT, that influences its fee policy.

According to the website, traders get to enjoy discounts when they hold HT. The more HT you hold, the lower the fees deducted. However, note that the trading volume also plays a pivotal role in this tiered-based fee structure. The highest fee is 0.2% for both the maker and taker sides. The commission can go as low as 0.0097% when the trader owns more than 2000 HT and processed a 150,000 BTC worth of trading volume.

Like many of the crypto exchanges mentioned in this guide, Huobi has not suffered a security breach, which is impressive for a platform launched back in 2013. However, many allegations are flying around that the platform allows wash trading to boost volumes. Regardless of this, Huobi Global remains in the thick of things as recent partnerships have begun to expose its users to DeFi services.

Pros

  • A large selection of cryptocurrencies
  • Security-conscious platform
  • Globally available
  • Allow fiat deposits

Cons

  • It is not available to US residents

6. Bitfinex

Bitfinex was founded in 2012 by Raphael Nicolle. And ever since, it has contributed to the crypto narrative and featured prominently in the top tier of the crypto exchange sector. The Hong Kong-based exchange supports 151 coins and 325 crypto pairs. It offers TradingView charts for a more professional and familiar approach to crypto trading and coin analysis. In addition to its exchange services, Bitfinex also provides services to users interested in borrowing, lending, and staking cryptocurrencies.

At the time of writing, the daily volume of Bitfinex was in the $900 million range, which indicates that it is one of the popular exchanges in the crypto community. There is a 0.2% taker fee and 0.1% maker fee deducted when the trader executes a trading volume of less than $500,000 in the last 30 days. The maker fee gradually drops to 0.0% as the 30 trading volume approaches $7.5 million.

And although Bitfinex has implemented quality security systems, its 2016 hack will remain a blemish to its reputation. However, it is commendable that Bitfinex has managed to pay back users affected by this hack. This shows that the management team is competent enough to tackle any issue that the volatile crypto market throws its way.

Pros

  • Supports a wide variety of cryptocurrencies
  • Low fees
  • Supports advanced charting tools

Cons

Not transparent enough

  • Suffered a major security breach in 2016

7. Bittrex Global

Bittrex is one of the few exchanges that has managed to keep hackers at bay, and at the same time provide top-notch services. Launched in 2014, Bittrex focuses on providing standard security and trading infrastructures designed for digital assets. With the platform’s average daily volume around $300 million, Bittrex owes its prominence to the decision to implement an elastic computational framework that scales efficiently according to operational requirements.

That said, Bittrex does not support fiat deposits or withdrawals which may seem counterproductive to some traders. However, it makes up for this by consistently expanding its list of supported coins. At the last count, there were over 330 cryptocurrencies and 702 crypto pairs available on the exchange for trading.

For its fees, Bittrex also opts for a tiered policy that looks to offer discounts to high-volume traders. It has set a 0.5% fee for 30-day trading volumes below $10,000. And when the 30-day trading volume exceeds $100 million, the fee drops to 0.0%.

Pros

  • High-security standards
  • Supports a broad range of cryptocurrencies and tokens

Cons

  • No fiat deposits and withdrawals allowed

8. Gemini

Gemini is a US-based exchange founded by Cameron Winklevoss and Tyler Winklevoss in 2014. The platform provides FDIC insurance for all its USD holdings and ranks high as one of the most secure and regulated exchanges in the world. By partnering with the likes of Samsung, Gemini has successfully leveraged its compliance culture as an avenue of creating unique solutions for its US-based customers.

Besides, Gemini also runs a custodial service platform which further highlights its proficiency in crypto security solutions. That said, Gemini is not as versatile as some of the exchanges listed in this guide. The exchange presently supports only 26 coins and 45 crypto pairs. Also, the daily volume is low compared to other established exchanges.

Gemini trading fees start at 0.35% for 30-day trading volumes lower than $500,000 and drops to 0.0% for trading volume above $500 million. Also, note that the exchange supports bank deposits. You get to enjoy 30 feeless withdrawals when you join the exchange.

Pros

  • Strictly regulated
  • Supports fiat deposits
  • High security standards

Cons

  • Strict KYC and AML practice
  • Low daily volume
  • Restricted to a few coins

9. FTX Exchange

FTX describes itself as a crypto exchange designed by traders to cater to the trading needs of advanced traders, trading firms as well as beginners. The management team has focused on delivering intuitive trading interfaces and powerful trading terminals for fast settlement and instant order execution. Besides, it offers flexible KYC that allows traders to withdraw up to $2,000 without having to submit their private documents.

More importantly, FTX has index futures that allow users to spread their risks across multiple digital assets. The prominent index funds include Shitcoins Index Perpetual Future and Altcoin Index Perpetual Futures. You can also trade tokenized stocks like Tesla, Apple, and Nokia. These interesting services have helped FTX carve a name for itself in just 2 years of operations.

Another interesting thing about FTX is its low transaction fees. With maker and taker fees set at 0.02% and 0.07% respectively for a 30-day trading volume below $2 million, FTX is one of the most generous crypto exchanges you will find today. It even offers lower fees to anyone who holds its native token, FTT. According to data from Coingecko, FTX supports 223 coins and has a daily trading volume of $700 million.

Pros

  • Offers Crypto index funds
  • Supports a broad range of coins and tokens
  • Access to tokenized stocks
  • Very low transaction fees
  • Provides index Futures

Cons

  • Relatively new exchange
  • Does not accept traders from the United States

10. LetsExchange.io

LetsExchange.io is an instant cryptocurrency exchange service registered in Seychelles. Unlike traditional exchanges, this non-custodial platform doesn’t store users’ funds and has no access to their private keys. Traders send and receive crypto using their own wallets, which ensures the security of their assets. The platform is also completely anonymous as it doesn’t require registration or the KYC procedure for getting started.

LetsExchange.io is integrated through API with multiple crypto exchanges including the above-mentioned Binance, OKEx, Kraken, Huobi. For each transaction request, it picks the best available rate across all the featured platforms. This rate can be secured for 30 minutes by choosing the fixed rate flow.

Due to its integration with multiple exchanges, LetsExchange.io provides high liquidity for more than 200 coins it supports. The platform also has its own inventory of coins for cases when the demand for a certain cryptocurrency is too low. LetsExchange.io claims that most swaps on the platform are completed in less than a minute while only 1 out of 2,000 transactions takes around 30 minutes due to specific market conditions.

Other than the need to manage your own crypto wallets, LetsExchange.io is pretty straightforward and easy to use. Everything needed for a crypto swap is covered by a single, intuitive exchange widget.

Pros

  • Registration and KYC are not required
  • A wide range of coins
  • High liquidity and transaction speed
  • Intuitive UI

Cons

  • A 3d-party wallet is required

11. Crypto.com

Although Crypto.com has been around since 2016, it was not until 2019 that it launched its exchange in the hope of expanding its offerings and building a vast crypto ecosystem. Since the exchange launched, Crypto.com has strived to cultivate a compliance culture, and in the process, it managed to attain some of the highest industry standards.

The exchange offers spot, margin, and derivative markets with daily trading volume currently above $200 million.  For its spot market, traders can trade 56 coins and over 120 crypto pairs. In addition to its trading features, users can also capitalize on other income-generating opportunities on the Crypto.com ecosystem. You can stake CRO, the ecosystem’s native token, use the platform’s crypto debit card services to facilitate fiat payments. You can also access crypto loans. Besides, the platform has partnered with Compound lending pool to provide DeFi services to users.

Remarkably, the exchange has managed to keep its transaction fees below the average market rate. The maximum maker and taker fees are 0.10% and 0.16% respectively for traders with a 30-day trading volume below $250,000. Those who stake CRO enjoy a 10% discount on all trading fees.

Pros

  • Highly regulated
  • Offers other crypto and DeFi services
  • Low transaction fees

Cons

  • Limited in terms of supported cryptocurrencies

11. Bithumb Global

Launched in May 2019, Bithumb Global is the international platform of Bithumb Korea. Since launch, the platform has on-boarded more than a million users, according to Javier Sim, co-founder and managing director at Bithumb Global. The platform supports cryptocurrencies and fiat. Overall, it’s active in 124 markets with a trading volume of over $55 million over the past 24 hours.

12. Bitfinex

Launched in October 2012, Bitfinex is a crypto exchange based in the British Virgin Islands. The exchange supports cryptocurrencies, tokens, and fiat. It’s active in 397 markets with a trading volume of over 69 million in the past 24 hours.

13. Poloniex

Launched in January 2014, Poloniex is a crypto exchange based in the USA. This means US residents are allowed on the exchange. On the platform, users can fund their accounts through credit cards, wire transfer, and cryptocurrencies. The platform supports cryptocurrencies, tokens, and stable coins. It's active in 91 markets and has a trading volume of over $61 million in the past 24 hours. 

14. itBit

Launched in January 2013, itBit is a crypto exchange located in the USA. The exchange supports cryptocurrencies only. The exchange claims to be a global network of individual and institutional traders who hail from over 100 nations. It's active in 3 markets with a trading volume of over $5 million over the past 24 hours.

15. Bitflyer

Launched in January 2014, Bitflyer is a crypto exchange located in Japan and one of the biggest in the country. The exchange supports both crypto and fiat currencies. It's active in 5 markets with a trading volume of just over $33 million over the past 24 hours.

16. ВКЕХ

Launched in June 2018, BKEX is a crypto exchange based in the British Virgin Islands. It's available in both English and Chinese. The platform offers leveraged trading; however, it supports cryptocurrencies only with a wide selection of trading pairs. For legal purposes, this exchange doesn’t allow US residents. All in all, it’s active in 101 markets with a trading volume of over $1.5 billion over the past 24 hours.   

17. Gemini

Launched in October 2014, Gemini is a crypto exchange based in the USA. It’s one of the few exchanges that are regulated by the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYSDFS). This platform is entirely safe with bank-level security. It supports both crypto and fiat and its active in 15 markets with a trading volume of over $10 million in the past 24 hours.

18. Huobi Global

Launched in September 2013, Huobi is a crypto exchange based in Seychelles, even though it’s originally a Chinese crypto exchange. The exchange claims to have millions of users around the globe operating in over 130 countries. The platform supports cryptocurrencies, stable coins, and tokens. It’s active in 544 markets with a trading volume of over $537 million in the past 24 hours.

19. HitBTC

Launched in December 2013, HitBTC is a crypto exchange based in the United Kingdom. The exchange supports cryptocurrencies and stable coins and provides users with exchange, custodial, and other related services. It's active in 162 markets with over 800 trading pairs. Over the past 24 hours, it has a trading volume of $639 million.

20. P2PB2B

Launched in January 2018, P2PB2B is a crypto exchange based in Estonia. The exchange supports both cryptocurrencies, stable coins, tokens, and fiat. It’s active in 370 markets with a trading volume of over $1 billion in the past 24 hours.

21. Bibox

Launched in November 2017, Bibox is a crypto exchange based in Estonia. The exchange is decentralized, which means users don’t have to rely on third parties to store their funds. It supports cryptocurrencies, stable coins, and tokens. The exchange is active in 189 markets with a trading volume of $828 million over the past 24 hours.

22. BitMart

Launched in March 2018, BitMart is a crypto exchange based in the Cayman Islands. Unlike most exchanges, the platform allows US residents. It also accessible using a mobile phone, making it suitable for users on the move. The platform supports cryptocurrencies, stable coins, and tokens. It's active in 192 markets with high liquidity and a trading volume of $498 million over the past 24 hours.

23. CoinEx

Launched in December 2017, CoinEx is a crypto exchange whose origin is unknown; however, its believed to have originated in Hong Kong. The platform supports cryptocurrencies, stable coins, and tokens. It’s active in 228 markets with a trading volume of over $197 million in the past 24 hours. 

24. Gate.io

Launched in January 2013, Gate.io is a crypto exchange based in the USA. It's available in both English and Chinese. The platform supports cryptocurrencies only. However, it boasts a wide selection of trading pairs. All in all, it’s active in 399 markets with a trading volume of over $28 million over the past 24 hours.

25. Upbit

Launched in October 2017, Upbit is a crypto exchange based in South Korea. The platform supports cryptocurrencies and stable coins. Also, it has a trading app available for mobile users. It’s active in 130 markets with a trading volume of $55 million in the past 24 hours. 

26. Cex.io

Launched in June 2013. Cex.io is another top exchange that has been around for a while now. Based in the UK, the platform supports cryptocurrencies and fiat. Deposits can be made through wire transfer, credit card, and crypto. Unlike most exchanges, this platform does allow US residents. The exchange is active in 54 markets with a trading volume of $1.2 million in the past 24 hours. Another blockchain revolution supporter.

27. Coinfield

Launched in January 2018, CoinField is a crypto exchange based in Canada. The exchange supports cryptocurrencies, stable coins, and fiat. The exchange offers an easy to use trading platform that is secure and transparent. It’s active in 55 markets with a trading volume of $18 million in the past 24 hours. 

28. OKCoin

Launched in April 2013, OKCoin is a crypto exchange based in the USA. The platform supports stable coins, crypto, and fiat currencies. It’s active in 27 markets with a trading volume of just over $3 million. 

29. Bitstamp

Launched in July 2011, Bitstamp is another crypto exchange that has been around for a while. Based in the UK, the exchange supports cryptocurrencies and fiat. It’s active in 14 markets with a trading volume of over $80 million in the past 24 hours. 

30. Korbit

Launched in July 2013, Korbit is a crypto exchange based in South Korea. It’s active in 29 markets with a trading volume of just over $1.8 million. The platform supports crypto and fiat currencies. Also, it doesn’t explicitly deny US residents access; however, they should do their own research before joining the exchange. When it comes to deposits, wire transfer and credit cards are supported.

31. Coinone

Launched in June 2014, Coinone is one of the biggest crypto exchanges based in South Korea. The platform supports both crypto and fiat. The exchange offers a prudent, accurate, and secure platform. It's active in 56 markets with a trading volume of $18 million over the past 24 hours. 

32. Bithumb Korea

Launched in January 2014, Bithumb is a crypto exchange based in South Korea. The exchange boasts of having the most secure security system in the industry thanks to an ISMS certification and 5-5-7 regulation. The platform supports cryptocurrencies, tokens, and fiat. It's active in 101 markets with a trading volume of $50 million in the past 24 hours.

33. Kucoin

Launched in August 2017, Kucoin is a crypto exchange based in China. It supports cryptocurrencies only however has an impressive list of trading pairs. It's active in 432 markets with a trading volume of $25 million over the past 24 hours. Also, it offers an advanced API that allows users to develop a secure and programmatic trading strategy.

34. Luno

Launched in February 2017, Luno is a crypto exchange based in Singapore. The exchange also has offices in the UK and South Africa. The platform supports crypto and fiat currencies with an inclination for trading BTC and ETH mostly. Overall, it's active in 6 markets with a trading volume of $6 million over the past 24 hours.

35. BitBay

Launched in February 2014, BitBay is a crypto exchange based in Poland. It has won numerous awards according to its website due to exemplary services, which explains why it has over 800,000 active users. The exchange supports both crypto and fiat. It's active in 85 markets with a trading volume of $9 million in the past 24 hours. 

36. Bitso

Launched in May 2014, Bitso is a crypto exchange based in Mexico. The exchange offers a secure and easily accessible platform. The exchange supports cryptocurrencies, stable coins, and fiat. It's active in 17 markets with a trading volume of over $2 million in the past 24 hours.

37. DigiFinex

Launched in April 2018, DigiFinex is a crypto exchange registered in Seychelles. Its founders include individuals from well-known companies, including Baidu, HP, Xunlei, and Tencent. The exchange supports cryptocurrencies and stable coins. It's active in 214 markets with a trading volume of over $400 million in the past 24 hours.

38. LakeBTC

Launched in November 2013, LakeBTC is a crypto exchange based in China. On the positive side of things, wire transfer and credit cards are accepted when depositing on the platform, but on the downside, LakeBTC doesn’t allow US residents. The exchange supports both cryptocurrencies and fiat. It's active in 12 markets with a trading volume of $6 million in the past 24 hours.

39. BTCTurk

Launched in July 2013, BTCTurk is a crypto exchange based in Turkey. It was the first crypto exchange in Turkey and the fourth in the world at the time of launch. The exchange supports both cryptocurrencies and stable coins. It’s active in 19 markets with a trading volume of over $3 million in the past 24 hours.

40. BTC Markets

Launched in November 2013, BTC Markets is a crypto exchange based in Australia. Unfortunately, this platform isn’t open to users outside Australia. The exchange supports both cryptocurrencies and fiat. It’s active in 21 markets with a trading volume of over $700, 000 in the past 24 hours.

41. Zaif

Launched in May 2014, Zaif is a crypto exchange based in Japan. This platform doesn’t charge maker or taker fees to attract users. The exchange supports cryptocurrencies, tokens, and fiat. It's active in 12 markets with a trading volume of over $4 million in the past 24 hours.

42. ACX

Launched in April 2016, ACX is a crypto exchange based in Australia. This platform charges fair fees compared to other exchanges; however, it doesn’t allow US residents. The exchange supports cryptocurrencies, stable coins, and fiat. It’s active in 15 markets with a trading volume of over $1.2 million in the past 24 hours.

43. Bitbank

Launched in May 2014, Bitbank is a crypto exchange based in Japan. It specializes in trading BTC and other cryptos against the JPY. The exchange supports both cryptocurrencies and fiat. It’s active in 8 markets with a trading volume of over $11 million in the past 24 hours.

44. Coindeal

Launched in March 2018, Coindeal is a crypto exchange based in Malta. This platform supports wire transfer and credit cards when depositing. The exchange supports both cryptocurrencies and fiat. It's active in 49 markets with a trading volume of over $9 million in the past 24 hours.

45. LBank

Launched in October 2016, LBank is a crypto exchange based in China. This platform offers mobile support and doesn’t explicitly deny US residents access. The exchange supports cryptocurrencies, stable coins, and tokens. It’s active in 98 markets with a trading volume of over $900 million in the past 24 hours.

46. BTCBox

Launched in March 2014, BTCBox is a crypto exchange based in Japan. The exchange supports both cryptocurrencies and fiat. It’s active in one market only with a trading volume of over $8 million in the past 24 hours.

47. ZB

Launched in November 2017, ZB.COM is a crypto exchange based in China. This platform allows wire transfers when depositing and doesn’t explicitly block US residents. The exchange supports cryptocurrencies, stable coins, and tokens. It’s active in 137 markets with a trading volume of over $300 million in the past 24 hours.

48. Exrates

Launched in April 2016, Exrates is a crypto exchange based in Estonia. The exchange boasts of having a high-performance trading engine that is capable of processing many transactions at once. It supports cryptocurrencies, stable coins, and fiat. It’s active in 131 markets with a trading volume of over $250 million in the past 24 hours.

49. Bit-Z

Launched in June 2016, Bit-Z is a crypto exchange based in the USA. This platform boasts of having a high level of professionalism, security, and convenience. The exchange supports cryptocurrencies, stable coins, and tokens. It’s active in 168 markets with a trading volume of over $350 million in the past 24 hours.

50. BigONE

Launched in June 2017, BigONE is a crypto exchange based in Singapore. This platform provides users with an OTC desk and has mobile support. The exchange supports both cryptocurrencies and stable coins. It's active in 128 markets with a trading volume of over $400 million in the past 24 hours.

Conclusion

Crypto exchanges are notorious for faking trading volume to attract more users and also charge higher listing fees, so for this list; I used data from various sources including exchange websites, cryptocompare.com, coinmarketcap.com, coinranking.com, news outlets like CoinDesk, Cointelegraph and social media platforms like Reddit and Twitter to ensure I had accurate information on these platforms.

Disclaimer: The article contains one referral link to the Binance and OKEx exchanges. Other than that I do not have any vested interest in any of the mentioned projects. The views and opinions expressed are those of the author and is not investment advice. Do your own research.

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