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When you want to buy or sell digital coins, a service called Cryptoradar can help you find the best prices across multiple trading platforms. The website tracks cryptocurrency exchanges and brokers and offers several optimal choices depending on your location.
Traders Can Select Exchanges Based on Their Features
Cryptoradar.co has a variety of filtering options. Users can pick a digital asset exchange, a crypto broker, or a P2P platform based, for example, on supported payment methods like bank transfer including Sepa, Visa and Mastercard, and payment processors like Paypal and Skrill.
Traders can also select a platform that’s either based or available in their country or region and choose those that support a particular language. Results can be filtered by features like instant verification, integrated wallet, mobile app, and beginner friendly services as well as their ratings.
The website, developed by an Estonian company, finds marketplaces for a dozen major cryptocurrencies including bitcoin cash (BCH), bitcoin core (BTC) and ethereum (ETH). It can be used by both buyers and sellers who can set price alerts for the coin they are interested in.
Cryptoradar provides information about every platform it suggests. This includes details about the applicable fees and the availability of features like cold storage, multisig wallets, business accounts, and two-factor authentication. Both payment and payout options are listed.
A popup window for each trading platform contains a short description of the exchange or broker, an estimate of the ease of use of its system, details about the verification process, and its rating score. Registered users can write reviews and even earn money by sharing their experience.
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