Europe is well-known as a vibrant blockchain and cryptocurrency space. In 2017, Cambridge University released a study on the global cryptocurrency market. According to the report, Europe is the region with most cryptocurrency exchange platforms. Read on to find which are the biggest crypto exchanges in Europe to sell your airdrops.
Binance – The biggest exchange in the world?
Binance has some of the highest trading volumes and numerous coins available for purchase. The company was founded last year in Hong Kong but was banned from China. Now, Binance’s headquarters are in Malta, a crypto-friendly island in Europe. The platform offers two options for trading: basic, suitable for beginners, and advanced, for more experienced traders.
Binance has low transaction fees, generally around 0.1% of each trade. Also, for Initial Exchange Offering (IEO), Binance developed a fundraising platform Binance Launchpad. Through this platform users can purchase tokens with funds directly from their own exchange wallet. In addition, Binance has a referral system to earn rewards for introducing your friends to the exchange. Plus, they offer various giveaways, airdrops and competitions for users to earn more crypto.
LiteBIT – Our neighbors in Rotterdam
LiteBIT is a Netherland-based crypto exchange and our neighbor, located only 5 minutes from our office in Rotterdam. The exchange is available only in European countries, and at the moment, it has 46 cryptocurrencies. LiteBIT is secured with 2 Factor Authentication and an SSL certificate. Plus, the platform offers wire transfer as a deposit method, but you can’t deposit via credit card.
p2pb2b – Our Partners of Crypto Exchanges in Europe
p2pb2b is an Estonian crypto exchange, established in 2014. Its main currencies are BTC, ETH, and USD. In addition, the exchange has exceptional processing speed and doesn’t charge any trading fees. For security reasons, p2pb2b stores 95% of its users’ assets on cold wallets.
Moreover, it’s worth noting that the p2pb2b platform also supports Initial Exchange Offerings (IEO). Plus, p2pb2b has Airdrop section on their website. Recently, they held several airdrop events such as Garuda Airdrop which gave 50 GAD tokens to all users.
Bitstamp – Easy to buy & sell Bitcoin
Bitstamp was founded in 2011, and today, it is Europe’s biggest exchange by trading volume. The platform is sticking to the more mainstream cryptocurrencies and offers Bitcoin, Ripple, Ethereum, and Litecoin.
CSSF (Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier) in Luxembourg regulates Bitstamp, and you can buy cryptocurrencies through credit and debit cards and the fee charged on each transaction is 0.5%.
Are European exchanges regulated?
Some of them are. After all, by 2016, several exchanges within the European Union managed to obtain a license under the EU Payment Services Directive. Moreover, the European Council and the European Parliament announced issuing regulations with stricter rules regarding crypto exchanges in Europe.
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