List of the Biggest Crypto Exchanges in Asia (Userbase)

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When entering the cryptocurrency world, one of the first questions that come to you is probably which crypto exchange is the best for buying cryptocurrencies? Today there are a host of platforms to choose from, but not all exchanges are well enough. So when you received your airdrops and looking to sell the free coins, here are some of the biggest crypto exchanges in Asia:

Crypto Exchanges in Asia (Userbase) – The 6 you should create an account

 

Huobi

Huobi is a Singapore-based crypto exchange which was originally founded in China. Today, the company has offices in Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, and the United States. On Huobi, you can buy and sell cryptocurrencies peer-to-peer. The platform has a 0.2% fee for amounts between $0 and $5,000,000 over the course of a 30-day period. Recently, Huobi started the platform known as Huobi Prime, which will offer an Initial Exchange Offering (IEO).

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Founded in December 2017, CoinEx is a global and professional digital coin exchange service provider. CoinEx core team are from world leading internet and finance companies, including the earliest adopters/professionals of cryptocurrency who boast rich experience in R&D, global operations and services in the industry. With its proprietary trade matching system and excellent user experience, CoinEx is dedicated to building a highly secure, stable and efficient digital coin exchange for global users. CoinEx now supports multiple languages and are providing global trading services in nearly 100 countries/regions.

DDEX

DDEX is a decentralized exchange offering trading in ERC-20 token against Ethereum. To trade through this exchange, you don’t have to create an account. DDEX doesn’t charge deposits or withdrawals, but only small gas fees for miners.

In December 2018, we decided to integrate DDEX exchange into our airdrop dashboard, so you can easily trade with your free coins.

 

 

KuCoin

The Singapore-based crypto exchange has with offices in China, the Philippines, and Thailand. KuCoin is a crypto-to-crypto exchange with its own native currency called, you’ve guessed it, KuCoin. The exchange has a trading fee of 0.1%, and for deposits, the transaction fee is zero.

KuCoin recently adopted the initial exchange offering (IEO) model through their platform Spotlight. Also, in March 2019, KuCoin distributed all BTT airdrops for TRX holders. It’s worth mentioning that Asia-based crypto exchanges, have been very supportive of BitTorrent airdrops.

OKEx

 

OKEx was founded in 2017 and is based in Hong Kong. The exchange allows trading with trade cryptos and fiat-backed tokens. In order to improve the security of funds, OKEx uses cold storage and bank-level SSL encryption. The transaction fee for opening a new trade position is 0.03% and is free for the closing trade transactions. In March, OKEx announced the launch of Ok Jumpstart, the  Initial Exchange Offering platform for its users.

BTCBox

BTCBox is headquartered in Tokyo and specializes in trading Bitcoin to Japanese Yen. Trading fees can range from 0.05% to 0.1% depending on the coins. To improve the platform’s security, BTCBox has two-factor authentication logins and all data are protected by SSL Certificates.

 

Sum-up

 

Keep in mind that crypto exchanges in Asia can differ from the one in Europe or in the United States. Plus, depending on what cryptocurrency you are trying to buy or sell, you will need to use certain exchanges.