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According to CoinMarketCap, at the end of October 2018 Coinbit was ranked fifth by the U.S. dollar value of its volume traded daily. CoinMarketCap reported that total volume included 20 cryptocurrencies actively traded against the Korean won.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://coinmarketcap.com/exchanges/volume/24-hour/|name=24 Hour Volume Rankings (Exchange)|org=CoinMarketCap|date=October 31, 2018}}</ref>
 
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Revision as of 17:14, 1 April 2019


Coinbit
Coinbit logo.jpg
Founded 2018
Headquarters South Korea
Products Cryptocurrency trading platform
Twitter @coinbit_coinbit
Facebook coinbit0
Website Coinbit Home

Coinbit launched as a cryptocurrency exchange on May 11, 2018, reportedly with 50 cryptocurrencies listed.[1][2]

Among the cryptocurrencies listed for trading on Coinbit is DEX. DEX is issued by Coinbit's Mining Exchange, "which puts top priority on sustainability and transparency, in order to recognize the problems of the current Mining Exchange."[3]

According to CoinMarketCap, at the end of October 2018 Coinbit was ranked fifth by the U.S. dollar value of its volume traded daily. CoinMarketCap reported that total volume included 20 cryptocurrencies actively traded against the Korean won.[4]


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