cryptocurrency exchange – January 2020 review

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Your guide to the decentralised peer-to-peer cryptocurrency exchange powered by atomic swaps.

Cryptocurrency exchanges have long been an enticing target for hackers, resulting in many well-publicised thefts and security breaches. Traditional exchanges also require you to surrender control of your digital coins and tokens to a third-party service, which in and of itself can lead to some pretty serious trust issues.


Product Name Decentralised Exchange
Fiat Currencies -
Cryptocurrencies *Note that while the platform is under development, it is expected to support BTC, ETH, REP, ANT, BAT, EOS, SALT, CVC, DNT, SNT & 20+ more
Deposit Methods Cryptocurrency
Trading Fee TBA
Deposit Fees TBA
Withdrawal Fees None


  • Decentralised exchange cuts out the middleman and protects against hacking
  • Ability to instantly exchange a wide range of coins and tokens
  • You retain control of your coins and tokens
  • Intuitive and user-friendly interface
  • 24/7 customer support


  • Still being developed
  • List of supported coins and tokens still unknown
  • Hasn’t yet been tried and tested
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What is

According to its “lite paper”, has a mission to create a decentralised cryptocurrency exchange that leverages atomic swap technology to perform fast, affordable and secure trades through smart contract-powered payment channels. Founded in August 2017 and still in development, says its cross-chain decentralised exchange will be backed by 24/7 customer support.

On 7 October 2017, completed the first Ethereum to Bitcoin atomic swap, transferring 0.12345 ETH for 0.12345 BTC. Its atomic swap wallet release took place in early 2018, and there are a few more important dates still to come on the roadmap:

  • Early Q2 2018: Launch of “testnet” advanced trading interface and exchange.
  • Late Q2 2018: Launch of “mainnet”.
  • Q3 2018: Solving cross-chain interoperability (instant atomic swaps) and launching more advanced trading tools.

What’s an atomic swap?

Atomic swaps allow the exchange of one cryptocurrency for another, without the need to trust a third party. First introduced as a concept in 2013, atomic swaps provide instant and trustless peer-to-peer trading between different digital currencies.

Find out more about atomic swaps in our handy guide.

Which cryptocurrencies can I buy/sell?

As is not yet live, there’s currently not an exhaustive list of all the coins and tokens that can be bought and sold on the platform. However, a look at the exchange preview page reveals that you’ll be able to trade a wide range of cryptocurrencies, including:

  • Bitcoin (BTC)
  • Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
  • Ethereum (ETH)
  • Cardano (ADA)
  • Dash (DASH)
  • Ethereum Classic (ETC)
  • EOS (EOS)
  • Litecoin (LTC)
  • Monero (XMR)
  • NEM (XEM)
  • NEO (NEO)
  • Ripple (XRP)
  • Stellar Lumens (XLM)
  • Tether (USDT)
  • TRON (TRX)

Available countries will be available to crypto traders in a wide range of countries, including Indonesia. If you’re viewing this page from somewhere other than Indonesia and you’re not sure whether or not you’ll be able to access, contact the platform’s support team directly for more information.

What security features does offer?

Decentralised exchanges offer key security benefits when compared to traditional, centralised exchanges. Rather than requiring you to surrender your coins and tokens to a centralised exchange, allows you to retain control of your currency at all times. So if the platform ever goes down or is hacked, your coins shouldn’t be in any danger.

When you create a wallet with, it comes with a unique key. A smart contract is created to lock away your funds and then put your wallet on a blockchain where only you can access it. Wallets are locked with a 12-word passphrase and encrypted with secure passwords for added protection.

In its “lite paper”, also states that before taking its exchange live, it will conduct private third-party security audits to test the security of its wallets and exchange.

Of course, it’s worth remembering that this platform is still in development, and not until it’s live and has been tried and tested in the real world will we know just how secure it really is.

Customer support

In its “lite paper” and on its website, claims that it will place a large emphasis on customer support. This includes a promise of 24/7 support team availability, though it’s not yet clear which contact methods will be available to anyone seeking help.

However, at the time of writing, you can get in touch with the company through social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Telegram.

Pros and cons


  • Decentralised exchange cuts out the middleman and protects against hacking.
  • Ability to instantly exchange a wide range of coins and tokens.
  • You retain control of your coins and tokens.
  • Intuitive and user-friendly interface.
  • 24/7 customer support.


  • Still being developed.
  • List of supported coins and tokens still unknown.
  • Hasn’t yet been tried and tested.

Next steps

If you’re interested in trading coins and tokens on the decentralised exchange, stay up to date with news of the company’s upcoming platform launch later in 2018. Before the platform goes live, you can sign up for early access by providing your email address on the website.

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