If you only want to buy and sell Bitcoin and Ethereum, and you’re willing to use only U.S. dollars, you might want to have a look at the Gemini exchange. Despite its limitations, Gemini is rapidly becoming known as a good exchange for serious traders, thanks to a clean, robust, and easy to use interface, combined with enterprise level security.
COSS is a new exchange that was launched in April 2017, but it is really so much more than a simple cryptocurrency exchange. Some might call it the crypto exchange 2.0 because of its broad based feature set. COSS stands for “Crypto One-stop Solution,” and that’s what the platform is trying to achieve. In addition to the cryptocurrency exchange feature of COSS, it also offers a POS/payment gateway for merchants, allowing them to easily accept cryptocurrency payments. COSS also has its own ERC20 token that pays holders dividends, and can be used as a micro-crypto economy.
Cryptocurrency is becoming more and more popular each day. With this surge in popularity comes the need for quick and easy ways to buy and trade these digital currencies. There is certainly no shortage of exchanges popping up, but some are more robust and feature packed than others. Today we will be looking at a popular Chinese exchange. Here’s our Binance review.
Coss stands for “Crypto One Stop Solution.” It’s an ambitious project that aims to combine an altcoin exchange with a marketplace for goods, payment gateway for sellers, crowdfunding platform and more.
On top of all that, it’s one of the few exchanges (and arguably the only altcoin exchange) that will support fiat-to-crypto trading. This will include USD, EUR, and SGD (Singapore Dollar) pairings beginning in March 2018.
While all this has many investors bullish on Coss, the current state of the Coss.io exchange website is a bit more modest. It’s known mainly at this point as a clunky exchange where you can pick up some underground coins like Kin and Gatcoin, as well as its native COSS Token.