KuCoin exchange opened for cryptocurrency trading in Sept 2017 and has millions of users in over 100 countries. Kucoin offer an extremely large variety of fiat currencies (40+), as well as crypto markets to trade (750+).
Varies depending on which fiat currency is used to deposit or buy Cryptocurrency. However, the majority of currencies support VISA, Mastercard, Apple Pay, SERPA and Cryptocurrency. Other common deposit methods include Bank Transfer, Google Pay and more.
Binance (Global) are the world's largest crypto exchange by volume. Binance offer a wide range of cryptocurrency trading (inc Spot, Futures, Derivatives, Options, Staking and more). 11 fiat currencies and 1,200+ crypto markets.
Credit/Debit Card, Bank Transfer, PayID, PIX & Brazilian Reals (BRL) Bank Transfer, plus four third party payment channels.
Huobi Global is a Cryptocurrency exchange operating since 2013 and is one of the worlds largest by volume, servicing millions of users across 130+ countries. They offer a good range of fiat currencies (12) and cryptocurrency markets (850+).
Varies depending on which fiat currency is used to deposit or buy Cryptocurrency. However, the majority of currencies support Bank Transfer, Advcash Balance and Cryptocurrency. USD deposits are also supported with Silvergate Exchange Network (SEN).
Stuart (CryptoAnswers founder) is an entrepreneur, trader and passionate Blockchain & Crypto enthusiast. He is determined to help anyone genuinely interested in learning more on this revolutionary technology.
Disclaimer CryptoAnswers does not provide investment, tax, or legal advice, and nothing in our guides or any articles or communications from CryptoAnswers should be taken as such. In addition, CryptoAnswers does not represent any government nor are we agents of any government. Before undertaking any action, be sure to discuss your options with a qualified advisor.
While every attempt is made to ensure information published is correct and up to date, no guarantee or warranty is given as to its accuracy or reliability. Users must take their own steps to verify the accuracy, completeness or currency of the Information and make their own determination as to the relevance of the Information.