Binance advices Iranian Traders to Withdraw Crypto Prior to Sanctions

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In order to comply with International Sanctions,Binance has advised Iranian Traders to Withdraw their Money  with Immediate effect  pending closing of their accounts .

The e-mail in part stated ‘If you have an account with Binance and fall into that [sanctions] category, please withdraw your Money from Binance as soon as possible’

Chairman of the board of the Blockchain Association of Iran,Sepehr Mohamadi,was quoted as saying ‘The number of such E-MAILS have recently increased following U.S Sanctions, which were renewed on November 5′.

The Malta based Exchange was mainly Isolating accounts of users who provided Iranin Passports(KYC).But Beginning of  this week began issuing warnings to accounts connected to Iranian IP addresses to get their crypto out .

Other Exchanges that have banned Iranian traders are BitMex and Bittrex over the past one year.

According to John Collins, former head of policy at Coinbase ‘If the Exchanges want to serve American Citizens, they have to sever Ties with this Traders’ .

According to SimilarWeb, roughly 13 percent of Binance’s website traffic comes from the U.S.

The Ban on Iranian Traders comes at a time the Iranian authorities are reportedly moving forward with plans for a national crypto-currency similar to Venezuela’s petro currency.

Bitcoin #Mining #Iran #Binance .

LXDX, the high-speed cryptocurrency exchange founded by a former SpaceX engineer, has announced that it will issue stock through a security token offering (STO).

Institutional Crypto Exchange to Issue Stock on the Blockchain

LXDX, which was co-founded by former SpaceX engineer Joshua Greenwald, will become one of the first companies to issue stock through a security token offering, allowing investors to purchase cryptocurrency tokens that represent ownership in the exchange.

Security token offerings are essentially the suit-and-tie version of the initial coin offering (ICO), through which blockchain startups have collectively raised billions of dollars in startup capital while also entering sometimes-murky regulatory waters.

Most ICOs have purportedly issued “utility tokens,” which are functionally akin to service coupons or prepaid gift cards. Nevertheless, many regulatory agencies including the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have said that many so-called utility token ICOs are actually investment contracts since contributors generally purchase them on speculation that their value will increase in the future, rendering them liable to securities issuance and trading guidelines.

Given that many ICO tokens could be classified as securities anyway, a growing number of companies have decided to comply with securities regulations fully — and embrace the wide range of possibilities that registering as a security provides.

In LXDX’s case, its tokens will represent direct ownership in the exchange, complete with dividend rights. LXDX will issue 5 million tokens that collectively represent a 10 percent ownership share in the exchange and will entitle token holders to 10 percent of the exchange’s quarterly adjusted gross revenue.

Tokens will each be priced at 1 euro, so this financing round will be conducted at a valuation close to $57 million. LXDX co-founder and COO Will Roman said that this was the only STO funding round the firm would conduct in the “foreseeable future.”

‘Million Token Future’

ethereum token LXDX
The LXDX token will be an ERC-20 standard or equivalent, but it will have some trading restrictions.

Roman stated that, bolstered by the advent of cryptocurrency technology, the world is on the cusp of a “million token future.”

“You will wake up one day, on a day not so different and not so far from this one, and there will be tens of millions tokens for trade. You’ll login to your IB, your TD Ameritrade account and instead of 4,000 or so equities to select from, you’ll be in a gateway to direct investment in a truly inconceivable number of opportunities,” he said. “Of course, there will be small businesses, there’s already 5 million of those in the US alone. But, there will also be tech startups, bonds, art collections, real estate projects, usage rights, royalties, and, yes, still funds that aggregate and index all of this coming chaos.”

“As blockchain technology proliferates, we expect to see increased tokenization of tangible assets like real estate, commodities, and even art. The million token future is just around the corner,” added CEO Joshua Greenwald in a press release. “We are excited to provide our community a chance to experience the benefits of a true security token.”

The LXDX STO is being made available to the general public under Malta’s crypto-friendly regulatory framework, though investors will have to comply with their local regulations. This means that US investors, for example, must secure accreditation to purchase LXDX security tokens.

Due to regulatory restrictions governing securities trading, the token will not be freely-tradable. The firm hopes to initially facilitate trading between investors who contributed to the STO, deploy a smart contract to manage trading “in a Bancor-like manner,” and ultimately list the token on secondary markets in six months.

LXDX: ‘We Don’t Crash’

The exchange, which will begin signing up customers in mid-November ahead of a December launch, aims to compete for the attention of the increasing number of institutional investors who are diversifying into the still-nascent cryptocurrency space.

The platform will offer a wide range of cryptocurrency derivatives, including some that Roman said “are not available anywhere else.” Significantly, the exchange won’t feature automatic liquidations or “socialized losses,” whereby a platform forcibly recoups profits from winning traders to cover losses that are too large for it to cover. This occurred at major exchange OKEx in August when a trader lost an “enormous” gamble in the exchange’s bitcoin futures market.

“We don’t like auto-deleveraging and we don’t like socialized losses,” Roman said. “We’re going about that differently than others in the crypto space; we don’t do auto liquidations.”

He further claimed that LXDX would operate with “radical transparency” to avoid accusations of market manipulation, wash trading, and other ethically-dubious practices that some analysts believe are pervasive within the cryptocurrency exchange market.

“With respect to ethos, we operate under radical transparency and operate according to all applicable regulations. We don’t secretly trade on our platform or sell your order flows to high frequency shops. We take a ‘seriously, don’t even try it’ attitude with respect to wash trading, pumps, and other market abuses.”

cryptocurrency exchange security bank vault lxdx

Platform development has been led by CTO Steven Thomas, a former US Navy cryptologic technician who most recently ran the performance and experimental technology teams at Tower Research Capital.

“Between our software, hardware custody solutions, and real-time trade surveillance, we are setting the standard for security and trust in the industry,” Thomas said in the announcement. “We’ve structured the LXDX system to enable ultra-secure information compartmentalization.”

Roman told CCN that the platform would offer a basic feature that has nevertheless proven to be elusivefor cryptocurrency traders: “we don’t crash” during periods of peak volatility, he said, adding that the exchange can handle “massive amounts of orders and assets” with “very low latencies.”

“On the tech side, we do everything on our, custom-tuned hardware in our own data centers. Coded from scratch in C++, best possible NIC cards and servers you can buy,” he said. “We push orders through our entire network in single digit microseconds.”

Regarding security, he said that “where possible,” every LXDX wallet is secured by multi-signature technology, geographic distribution of private keys, layers of redundancy to prevent unauthorized withdrawals. LXDX’s core systems are housed in a company-run data center, not the cloud, and he said that the firm would “run our own clusters to protect against double spends and eclipse attacks.”

Exchanges Compete for Institutional Attention

In August, LXDX announced that it had received funding from a group of investors including Dymon Asia Venture Capital Fund and Arianna Simpson of Autonomous Partners. Nevertheless, Roman said that the competitive nature of the space necessitated a second round of financing to ensure that LXDX is well-positioned to become a market leader.

That competition is indeed stiff, and increasingly so. ErisX, launched in 2010 as a traditional futures market, recently rebranded as a cryptocurrency exchange with backing from TD Ameritrade and Virtu Financial. Bakkt, the crypto subsidiary of Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), is just weeks away from launching its first bitcoin trading product. Goldman Sachs is preparing to roll out its first crypto derivative, and Fidelity has spun-off a cryptoasset subsidiary — though at present it is focused on custody, not trading.

“The space in which we operate is competitive, and given all the moving pieces, both technically and regulatory, expensive. We are not looking to be another exchange to trade crypto assets; we’re here to win,” Roman said in an emailed statement. “We will be the crypto exchange on which to trade and to do so requires the appropriate capitalization.”

The Court Of International Arbitration in China (a high Chinese court), involving half a million worth of cryptocurrency, led to an unprecedented event in which Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies were deemed as valuable personal property and therefore protected under Chinese law. The court also noted that there is no law currently prohibiting the possession of cryptocurrency.

The plaintiff who originally brought the suit against the defendant, who he had hired as a steward to trade his cryptocurrency for him, had scheduled a deadline to return the coins. The defendant had missed this deadline, thus keeping the coins in his possession. The cryptocurrency held in question are 20 Bitcoins, 70 Bitcoin Cash, and just over 12.5 Bitcoin Diamond.

The defenses argument was that the contract between the two was invalid due to the Chinese ruling to ban ICOs and crypto trading. According to the defendant’s stance, this would make all crypto transactions illegal and therefore the contract was outside legal bounds of the courtrooms enforcement. However, the court strongly disagreed with the defendant’s interpretation where, according to a Chinese news source, the final conclusion was drawn:

“The Bitcoin contract between the plaintiff and defendant does not violate mandatory legal provisions and regulatory affects which may be considered invalid. Under Chinese law, cryptocurrency is a digital asset and does not prevent it from becoming an object of delivery.”

As a result of this ruling, the defendant was forced to pay 100,000 Yuan in damages on top of returning the coins back to its rightful owner.

An Important Crypto Precedent

Cryptocurrency continues to be a grey area around the world, especially in China, where rumors of Bitcoin bans have repeatedly brought turbulence to the cryptocurrency marketplace. Despite being legal, there has been numerous incidences where the government had to take action against its operations as it was being improperly regulated. These instances have often had global implications.

As a result of this court proceeding, one can speculate that the case for cryptocurrency is far from settled. ICO’s and exchanges have been shut down and even banned. Many exchanges like Binance have found ways to adapt, thus moving their operations to Malta, which seems to bring hope to Chinese crypto enthusiasts. At the time of this ruling, which can later be challenged by an even higher court, private individuals are free to utilize Bitcoin amongst themselves.

The Chinese government is not completely opposed to cryptocurrency. Those of us within the cryptocurrency space realize that central banks as well as private banks do what they can to impede the progress of digital currency. However, within the law, these institutions are not all powerful. Citizens of China can still hold cryptocurrency and therefore hope that over time they will be able to legally participate in activities such as trading and ICO investment opportunities.

Cryptocurrency exchange giant Coinbase might, as market research firm Bernstein recently said, be on the cusp of assembling an “unassailable” market share in the U.S., but that doesn’t mean that the San Francisco-based firm isn’t struggling to maintain consumer activity during the current downturn.

Citing data from CoinApi, cryptoasset research firm Diar reports that USD-denominated cryptocurrency trading has plunged in 2018, even as large cryptocurrency-to-cryptocurrency exchanges headquartered in other parts of the world have seen stable or even rising volumes.

According to the publication, Coinbase — the most well-known cryptocurrency trading platform in the U.S. — has seen volumes plunge by 83 percent from their all-time high in January. In July, Coinbase processed an estimated $3.9 billion worth of trades, down from a peak of nearly $21 billion. Bitstamp and Kraken, both of whom offer USD trading pairs, have also experienced significant declines, though they have been less-pronounced than those seen on Coinbase.

coinbase trading volume binance cryptocurrency exchange
Source: Diar

Binance, the world’s largest order-book cryptocurrency exchange, has also seen a moderate decline in volumes in its BTC, ETH, BCH, and LTC markets (the four cryptocurrencies that have been available on Coinbase throughout 2018), from $17.5 billion in February to a low of $9.4 billion in June. However, Binance volume jumped 21 percent the next month, reaching $11.3 billion in July.

okex cryptocurrency exchange volume
Source: Diar

Meanwhile, OKEx, generally the second-largest cryptocurrency exchange, attracted a surge in trading volume among these four-large cap coins between June and July, from to $5.7 billion from $2.9 billion. That not only signifies a month-over-month increase of 97 percent but also, Diar reports, represents a new monthly record for OKEx.

That’s particularly notable since volume on Coinbase and Bitstamp decreased between June and July, albeit slightly. Incidentally, neither Coinbase nor Bitstamp supports USD-pegged stablecoin Tether(USDT), while both OKEx and Binance do. Tether, whose solvency and credibility have been the subject of much debate within the cryptocurrency community, has issued hundreds of millions of dollars worth of new tokens over the past few weeks, which could help explain the discrepancy in volume between exchanges that support USDT and those that do not.

Additionally, both Binance and OKEx, are planning to set up shop in Malta after pro-industry regulations go into effect in the self-described “Blockchain Island” later this year. Binance, which heretofore has only offered crypto-to-crypto trading, has also unveiled plans to partner with a Liechtenstein-based company to begin offering its first fiat trading pairs.

The CEO of cryptocurrency trading platform Binance Changpeng Zhao announced a demo of the platform’s decentralized exchange in a tweet today, Aug. 9.

In a six-minute video attached to the tweet, Zhao presented a “casual, early, pre-offer”  demo of the decentralized exchange. The CEO said not “to expect too much” for now, adding that it currently does not have a graphical user interface:

“A first (rough, pre-alpha) demo of the Binance Decentralized Exchange (DEX), showing issuing, listing and trading of tokens.  All cli based, no GUI yet. A small step for #BinanceChain, a big step for Binance.”

Zhao showed three essential features of the planned exchange, those being the creation, listing, and trading of tokens. As Zhao did not disclose the launch date, it remains to be seen when the exchange will be marketed and what volumes it will be able to handle.

Decentralized exchanges are lauded as more secure than their centralized counterparts, which are more vulnerable to hacks. Decentralized platforms are set up in a manner which allows users to retain ownership of their coins using private keys. This solution reportedly prevents cryptocurrencies from being accumulated in one centralized “honeypot,” or point of attack.

Earlier this month, Binance bought Trust Wallet, an open source, anonymous, and decentralized wallet that supports Ethereum and over 20,000 different Ethereum-based tokens. Zhao then said that Binance plans to list Trust Wallet as a default wallet on its decentralized exchange.

Binance, which moved its operations to Malta this spring, is the number one crypto exchange by trade volume, according to Coinmarketcap. In July, the exchange supported plans to create a blockchain-based bank with tokenized ownership. The future “Founders Bank” will reportedly be owned by digital token investors and be based in Malta, known for its robust and transparent crypto regulatory climate.

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If you’ve been an advocate for cryptocurrency for some time now, you’ll know that 2017 was nothing short of a fantasy ride for those who are lucky enough to invest. The market, spearheaded by sharp rise of bitcoin, all gained quick momentum in growth, which provided a sturdy base for investments.

Ever since the boon, cryptocurrencies have been in the limelight as well as attracted global interest from thousands of investors. Similar to trading shares within the traditional stock market, investing and trading in cryptocurrencies is facilitated through online cryptocurrency exchanges.

Top Cryptocurrency Trading Exchanges for 2018

The cryptocurrency exchanges provided below are a platform and hence a marketplace for investing in and trading crypto coins, similar to traditional exchanges like NASDAQ, NYSE and the like. They ensure that a fair and orderly opportunity is available to all investors.

Cryptocurrency exchanges are now comprised of websites where anyone can buy, sell or trade just as long as you have money to throw at it. At the time of this review, cryptocurrency exchanges are unregulated by government agencies. We’re currently in the Wild West of cryptocurrency and their corresponding exchanges.

With the crypto space expanding every day there are more and more altcoins being added to these exchanges. The opportunities to capitalize on this massive revolution in financial technology are massive.

Cryptocurrency exchanges earn their share of profit by charging a nominal fee on each transaction made through the exchange. The fee charged, therefore, depends on the volume of the transaction completed and is different for each exchange. Most do not charge more than .0025%, which is a quarter of a percent to buy or sell a coin. This is a very nominal fee when compared to typical stock exchanges.

There has been a tremendous increase in the number of crypto exchanges all across the globe with many rapidly evolving since the time of inception. Given how transactions are continuing to increase rapidly, it is likely that the number of exchanges will increase at an alarming rate.

With a number of options available , choosing which exchange to use as now become very important. You must understand and recognize the characteristics of a good exchanges. A few of them are listed below.

  • The exchange should have a satisfactory reputation among its users. The reputation can be identified through public reviews.
  • The exchange and the server it operates on, should be secure. Exchanges are handling large sums of investment capital and have an increased potential for hacks.
  • The fees charged per transaction should be minimal. Typical fees are .0025% or .0010% of any transaction (buy or sell).
  • Payment methods supported by the exchange also play a major role.
  • Customer satisfaction and ease of use for novice traders are extremely important factors to consider.

Of the many available options to choose from, here is a list of a few of the most noteworthy exchanges for 2018 on the basis of their rapport with investors, security, fees, accessibility and beginner friendly features provided to the new traders.

1. Coinbase (free $10 of BTC when you sign up)

coinbase cryptocurrency exchangeSpanning across most of North America and Europe, active in more than 32 countries at the moment, Coinbase is the most widely used and densely connected network for coin exchange. It is used by millions of people through these countries and therefore backed and trusted by many of these investors. However, the exchange is not functional for Asian countries except for Singapore, which makes it tough cookie for Asian investors.

The exchange provides an extremely user-friendly  interface, and therefore is the first choice of most novice investors. The platform allows users to securely buy, sell,  and store cryptocurrency through their online digital wallet. The platform has  extended flexibility for accessing the wallet. Users can download an app for Coinbase, for both Android and iPhones.

Pros: Enjoys a good reputation among users, hassle-free interface, good security, easy accessibility, nominal fees, recovery of your funds through insurance if the site ever gets hacked.

Cons: Narrow geographical coverage, few coins supported (only Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, and Bitcoin Cash, and Ethereum Classic as of this post), GDAX is available for more technical traders.

The company has announced that it will expand their selection of crypto and add more to their platform in the foreseeable future.

2. Binance


Another very popular choice for most cryptocurrency enthusiasts is Binance which means ‘Binary Finance’. It is both a cryptocurrency (BNB coin) as well as an exchange, which has a very low transaction fee of 0.1%.

At the time of this review, it is the number one most highly traded cryptocurrency exchange by trading volume. It has held this position for quite some time. Binance is a centralized exchange. Their headquarters is based out of China. They are a rapidly improving exchange and plan to become a decentralized exchange in the near future. It may therefore be immune to a ban on cryptocurrencies from the Chinese government.

[UPDATE] Binance just opened a new office and bank account in Malta. Click here for the latest Binance news.

Pros: Low transaction fee, a wide range of crypto coins available.

Cons: Runs a bit slow during peak hours, earlier this year, as reported by other users. This has since been improved but you may experience the occasional slow page load while trading from time to time.

3. Bittrex

 bittrex-exchangeA US based cryptocurrency platform, Bittrex provides trading for over 300 cryptocurrencies at the time of this guide. They offer one of the largest selections of digital tokens available to any cryptocurrency exchange to date. They are also the only cryptocurrency exchange (at time of this release) that offers a more expansive selection of fiat to cryptocurrency pairs. They currently support Tether, TrueUSD, and USD to crypto pairs.

Since trading on the platform complies with US regulations, you won’t need to worry about your funds being hacked, as they are insured by the company. If you’re not familiar with stablecoins, click here. There are many advantages to using stablecoins as a base pair to trade cryptocurrency with or as a unit of storage to avoid price volatility.

The platform provided by exchange is very user-friendly. The company recently renovated their user interface to be more mobile friendly and responsive to various smartphones and tablet devices.

To begin trading with Bittrex, you need to register and login using an email ID. To withdrawal funds, a KYC needs to be completed by submitting details of a valid ID and phone number, which is typical for all exchanges.

Users also need to activate a two factor authentication for setting up an account in order to trade higher limits. However, the account verification is pretty quick and the support team will get you up and running more quickly than most other exchanges.

Pros: number of accessible bitcoins/altcoins, user-friendly, clean interface, high performance, reliable, high security. One of the most reliable and best exchanges out there.

Cons: High trading fees if you’re really reaching for a con, however their fees are standard in reference to most cryptocurrency exchanges.

4. Poloniex

poloniex cryptocurrency exchange

Founded in 2014, Poloniex is another leading cryptocurrency exchange and is the second oldest next to Bittrex. The exchange continues to build a rapport among its potential investors and remains popular among its customers for providing a secure platform with a wide selection of altcoins.

[UPDATE] Poloniex has recently been acquired by the payment processor Circle for around $400 million.

One advantage to this exchange is that they provide the ability to margin trade, though only a limited number of coins are available for this type of trading. This is a welcome feature which is not present within many other exchanges.

The trade fees are moderate and dependent on the status of the investor. Trading on Poloniex involves a volume-tier, maker-taker setup for fee structure. For makers, the fee ranges from 0-0.15% and for takers it ranges from 0-0.25% depending on the quantity of the transaction. Again this is 1/4 of a percent, not to be confused with a 25% fee. Full fee structure can be viewed here.

Another feature of this exchange is the availability of a chat box which provides solutions to all user queries. Anyone on the exchange can post complaints or issues they are facing, as well as trading advice.

Pros: Fast platform, low trading fees dependent upon how you trade, open API, margin trading.

Cons: Horrible customer support, lag during large trading volume, withdrawal issues.


5. Kraken 


Founded in 2011, Kraken is a cryptocurrency exchange based out of San Francisco. It’s the largest exchange in terms of euro volume and is a partner of one of the first cryptocurrency banks. With moderate altcoin support, Kraken also supports fiat currencies and is the largest internationally accessible crypto exchange which makes it a top choice for many international users. For more experienced users, Kraken also offers margin trading for more experienced traders.

Pros: many reports of smooth experiences for users, very secure, good customer support, low trading fees, a large number of altcoin trading pairs.

Cons: Limited payment methods, many reports on the lack of customer service.

6. KuCoin


A newly developed exchange, KuCoin is a Hong-Kong based company supporting a wide range of crypto coins. Since the exchange operates on a crypto-to-crypto basis, it does not support fiat currencies. However, the prospect of trading digital assets of KuCoin are very exciting. Users can buy and sell the shares of the parent company called KCS (KuCoin Shares) and operate in a similar fashion as Binance (BNB coin). Using the exchanges proprietary coin is a great way to save on fees!

Currently, KuCoin supports approximately 57 coins, a number that is expected to grow in the near future as their customer base expands. The fee charged for each transaction is very low and is approximately 0.1% (1/10 of a percent) for some coins. Other coins have an incredibly low the like BTC at just 0.0005, LTC at just 0.001, and ETH at just 0.01.Withdrawal fees vary from coin to coin.

Pros: User-friendly interface, low fee, a wide variety of altcoins available.

Cons: Less trust and rapport among customers because the exchange is still fairly new. Only serves

7. Cryptopia


Known for providing a ton of lower market altcoins which are usually not listed with most of the other exchanges. Cryptopia is another popular exchange for those looking at more high risk to high reward trading. Cryptopia stands out compared to other cryptocurrency exchanges due to the fact that they are a peer-to-peer network. This means that trades are done directly with other users.

The exchange also features a marketplace where users can buy, sell, and trade products using cryptocurrency as payment. The marketplace is similar to a classified ads website.

Pros: An exceptionally large repository of altcoins, low fee, decent customer support, and a ton of high risk/high reward coins to trade with (low market altcoins).

Cons: Low volume, confusing and clunky interface.



The exchange provides a wide range of services and features. This London based cryptocurrency exchange supports fiat currencies and allows trading across almost all countries of the world. It facilitates instant buying and selling of cryptocurrency through a simple bundled interface.

For professional trading, the exchange offers highly intuitive dashboards and margin trading for bitcoin and as well as various altcoins.

Pros: User-friendly, low fee structure, secure, global presence and wide acceptance (confidence in the exchange is high), good customer rapport, excellent customer service, offers margin trading.

Cons: Depositing funds can be expensive.

Other than the cryptocurrency exchanges listed here, there is an ongoing list of newer exchanges which are being open every day to provide unparalleled trading experiences to investors. 

However, the exchanges listed within this article, are at the very top of the heap and should undoubtedly be a great starting point for your cryptocurrency trading needs. For seasoned traders, I recommend trying out some of the newer exchanges as they offer a lower fee structure as well as newer features that other more older exchanges may not offer.

Good luck and happy trading!

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