The appearance of Bitcoin in 2009 generated demand for platforms where it would be possible to exchange cryptocurrencies. As it’s commonly known, demand generates supply. Many successful projects such as OKCoin, Poloniex, Bittrex, Bitfinex, BTC China, Kraken, BTC- E, and Mt. Gox, are a confirmation of that.
However, many of these projects were forced to close due to low levels of financial and development maturity at the time, as well as the inability to withstand DDoS and hacking attacks. On top of that, they experienced significant legislative and regulatory issues.
In 2017, the largest boom in the cryptocurrency market to this date occurred, leading to the development of an entire blockchain industry ecosystem, and significantly improving the financial position of cryptocurrency exchanges. Currently, it is a sector with an enormous turnover, increasing its share of the financial operations market every month.
How is the Exenium team solving these problems?
Fail-proof architecture. The exchange is protected from DDOS attacks, hacking exploits, blocking
Support for most liquid crypto assets and currencies. BTC, ETH. ERC-20 Tokens, Waves, Bitshares
Attention. There is a risk that unverified members are not actually members of the team
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