Crypto Exchanges – Compare all cryptocurrency exchanges

If you are new to trading cryptocurrencies, want to investigate a new crypto exchange for you to trade on, or simply are looking to find an exchnge to buy or sell your coin of choice, this table makes it easy for you. Simply click on the name of an exchange to find out which trading pairs the individual exchange has to offer. Wise cryptos have noticed that there is a significant difference in the trading volumes of the individual cryptocurrency exchanges, and for certain crypto coins this can make it easier or harder to buy or sell that coin depending on this volume.

All Crypto Exchanges:

#NameVolume (24H)CoinsTrading Pairs

About Cryptocurrency Exchanges:

Not all crypto exchanges are created equal. While there are many featuring direct fiat on and off ramps, many if not most still do not have this feature. This is of course in part due to the still relatively uncertain and unregulated nature of the cryptocurrency market as a whole, but also in part due to the technical and financial difficulties in implementing a fiat system. This is one of the main reasons for the growing trend in exchanges housing pegged coins (or stable coins as they are more commonly but inaccurately referred to as). As time goes on however we do expect to see more and more fiat enabled exchanges with Binance (the current market leading exchange) for example working tirelessly on their regulatory compliance, banking stability and technical implementation of fiat on and off ramps for various fiat currencies across their platform.

Enter Wall Street stage right:

As 2018 draws to a close we are about to embark on a new and exciting chapter in the cryptocurrency ecosystem, with (among others) a number of Wall Street banks, hedge funds and exchanges waiting to enter the cryptocurrency exchange fray. This massive institutional adoption is of course reliant on some more regulatory clarity and one can argue that now the cat is out of the bag that the likes of Bakkt, Nasdaq, Fidelity, SIX et al have been building their crypto exchanges and secure digital asset warehousing since late 2016 – early 2017, that they have played a huge role in the great crypto crash of 2018. The influence these big players have over the governments, regulators and mass media should not be underestimated. It is always worth noting what these institutions are actually doing rather than listening to what they are saying via public forums and the major news outlets they own.

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