Cryptocurrency Exchanges:


Binance

Top-1 Exchange

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KUCOIN

Top-3 Exchange

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Huobi Global

Top-6 Exchange

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GATE

Top-8 Exchange

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Crex 24

Top100+ Exchange

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DIGEX

50,000 DIGEX

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MEXO

Top100+ Exchange

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CoinBase

Top-2 Exchange

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Phemex

Top200+ Exchange

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PanCake Swap

DEX BSC

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Cryptocurrency exchanges. How to choose?

Cryptocurrency exchanges can be divided into two branches: centralized and decentralized. Centralized cryptocurrency exchanges are exchanges controlled by a single center, the entire exchange system, security, etc., rests on the shoulders of the administration. For example: Binance, KuCoin, Koinbase and others. On the plus side, such exchanges have huge functionality: futures trading, margin trading, spot trading, fiat trading, their own verified liquidity, and so on. Among the disadvantages are: the need for verification (almost everywhere), possible price manipulation using bots, and various security risks. Decentralized cryptocurrency exchanges operate using smart contracts and do not require user data. For example: uniswap, 1inch, pancake and others. The pros and cons are in parallel opposite to those found on centralized exchanges. For example, from the pros: all the security keys from your wallets are available only to you, you cannot be blocked or required to be verified, and you have complete anonymity during the exchange. At the same time, the disadvantages of DEX are low liquidity, limited functions (only swap) and the inability to work with fiat funds. After understanding this information, you yourself can easily choose the type of exchange you need.

On our site CoinMegaTrend, for the most part, centralized, verified exchanges are published, since they have the need to register, and we provide all kinds of discounts on trading commissions and bonus programs for newbies. Decentralized exchanges (DEX) do not require registration and all exchanges take place by connecting your wallet to the service. At the same time, such exchanges a priori do not have any discounts on commissions.

We do not recommend storing all your assets on one exchange, it is safer to use the old and proven risk diversification system and store assets on three or more different exchanges. Thus, in the event of any unforeseen circumstances or bankruptcy of one of the exchanges, you will retain access to most of your assets.