Coinsuper

Coinsuper is a digital asset trading platform / cryptocurrency exchange that offers trading access to no less than 95 active markets, including various currency pairs, both crypto and fiat currency pairs. A Coinsuper exchange review reveals that this Hong Kong-based crypto-asset exchange was founded during the 2017 crypto bull market. Coinsuper seems to be part of the Singapore-based financial and blockchain technology group, Higgs Block – although this may no longer be the case.

A Coinsuper exchange review reveals that they have reportedly launched a Crypto Exchange Network (CEN) in 2018. The aim of this network seems to be to connect the financial sector to the crypto space. Furthermore, from a security point of view, they seem to make use of multi-sig crypto wallets, SSL technology and offline capital management. They also seem to be in support of two-factor authentication (2FA) via Google Authenticator, a software token that are central to the implementation of two-step verification services.

Coinsuper also seems to offer an app that can be used on mobile devices with iOS and Android mobile operating systems. A Coinsuper exchange review also reveals that their website is available in more than one language, including English. Furthermore, they seem to have their own utility or platform token, namely Coinsuper Ecosystem Network (Ticker symbol: CEN) token. A token that must not be confused with Centaure (Ticker symbol: CEN) token.

The CEN token used on the Coinsuper Ecosystem Network is an ERC20 token with a total supply of 1 billion tokens. Holders of this token get access to premium features on Coinsuper as well as trading fee discounts, etc.

The exchange offers a simple and practical interface with a basic design, enough for all users to be able to navigate the website easily. It offers its features in languages such as Chinese, Korean and English. Its English translation is satisfying for the English-speaking user to be able to use the platform with ease. Fees can be viewed in multiple currencies, such as USD, HKD, CNY, EUR, GBP, SGD, KRW, and JPY. You must register with a mobile number or email upon entering the website, which can be done on a simple sign-up form.

The exchange offers a flat trading fee of 0.20%, meaning it does not differentiate trading fees between “takers” and “makers”. Coinsuper’s fees are lower compared to the global industry average of 0.25%. This makes the exchange more appealing than those with higher trading fees, which could in turn increase liquidity. Though the coins offered on the platform are not necessarily extensive, Coinsuper covers the most popular cryptocurrencies on its platform, which should be satisfying enough for the average cryptocurrency investor.