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Compare Quedex.net vs. Cex.io

Pro:
  • Easy account creation
  • Futures and Options available
  • Phone support
  • High trading volume
  • Wire Transfer & Credit Cards
Contra:
  • Beta phase
  • Platform design needs to be “optimized”
  • Does not support any Fiat deposit/withdrawals
  • Premium on prices
  • Many bad reviews
  • Slow Withdrawals
Company Location:
Company Location Gibraltar
Company Location London, UK
Customer Support:
Customer Support Email Support, Phone, Social Media
Customer Support 24/7 chat, ticket, and email support
Futures:
Futures Yes
Futures No
Derivates:
Derivates No
Derivates No
Margin Trading:
Margin Trading up to 10x
Margin Trading No
Has been hacked:
Has been hacked No
Has been hacked Yes, hacked in 2013
Security:
Security Excellent
Security Good
Tradeable Coins:
Tradeable Coins BTC
Tradeable Coins Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin
Trading Volume:
Trading Volume High
Trading Volume High
Deposit Fees:
Deposit Fees None
Deposit Fees Yes
Trading Fees:
Trading Fees -0.02%-0.03%
Trading Fees 0.16%-0.25%
Withdrawal Fees:
Withdrawal Fees None
Withdrawal Fees Yes
 
About Quedex.net:
Due to the number of exchange/trading websites that are being released on a daily basis, we are having a hard time going through each and every one of them. But we try to cover them as soon as they are announced or an open Beta version is released. The crypto-exchange market is a huge market […] Read Quedex.net Review »
About Cex.io:
CEX.IO was one of the first Bitcoin trading platforms to appear. It was founded in London in 2013 as a BTC exchange and cloud mining provider. Its mining pool known as Ghash.io was so big it held 42 percent of the total network mining power at some point. Review Contents Verification Fees Trading, Order Types […] Read Cex.io Review »