Cryptocurrency Exchanges in 2019

As Cryptocurrencies are becoming popular, there are many cryptocurrency exchanges where the users can exchange or trade. Here is a list of crypto exchange services you can use in 2019.

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Kraken is one of the oldest cryptocurrency exchanges as it was founded in 2011 in San Francisco by Jesse Powell, partnered with the first cryptocurrency bank in the world and it supports over 17 cryptocurrencies with maker and taker fees of 0% to 0.26%.

Supported coins: Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin SV, Cardano, DASH, Dogecoin, EOS, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Litecoin, Monero, Ripple, Tether, Zcash and many more.

Trading Volume: $160, 834, 807



Poloniex is a US-based company and has one of the highest volumes of trade of any exchange since 2014. It supports margin trading and allows trades of over 90 pairs. It doesn’t accept fiat currencies, however. 

To use this exchange, you would need to purchase Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies elsewhere and then transfer them to a wallet on the platform. Its interface is user-friendly and relatively straightforward. The fees are low (less than 25%), and the service has an excellent security reputation history.

Supported coins: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, Bitcoin SV, Zcash, DASH, Monero, Dogecoin, EOS, NEM, Bitcoin Cash and+20 more

Trading Volume: $16, 895,175



Bitstamp was formed in 2011, based out of Slovenia, and has multiple headquarters, both in New York and Luxembourg. Bitstamp has one of the lowest fee systems in the world with 0.05% for international wire transfer, and imposes 0.09% on international withdrawals.

Supported coins: BTC, BCH, LTC, ETH, XRP

Trading Volume: $89,107, 924


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Bittrex is an US-based cryptocurrency exchange based in Seattle, Washington where security is the most unique factor that makes it one of the best cryptocurrency exchanges in 2019. 

Many beginner users buy Bitcoin using Coinbase, and then migrate their holdings over to Bittrex to use the more advanced features after they are more experienced.

Supported coins: BTC, ETH, XVG, XRP, ADA, XRP, LTC, RDD, ZEC, and 130 more coins

Trading volume: $61,219, 365



The New York-based cryptocurrency exchange Gemini is perhaps the best-known for being owned by the Winklevoss twins — venture capitalists and led a seed funding round for Bitcoin payment processor BitInstant.

The platform is fully available in the US, Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and the UK.

Supported coins: BTC, BCH, LTC, ETH, XRP

Trading Volume:$14, 907, 450



OKEx is one of the most popular cryptocurrencies supporting more than 145 cryptocurrencies founded in Hong Kong and relocated to Malta. 

It’s one of the trusted global cryptocurrency exchanges.

Supported coins: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin

Trading Volume:  $1,384,994,152





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