The number of cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, especially in Asia, is growing rapidly. Recently appeared four new platforms in South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines.
South Korean Coinbit
Computer game developer from South Korea, the company Axia Soft recently launched a cryptocurrency exchange Coinbit. In honor of the opening until the end of may, the exchange does not charge commissions for trades.
According to representatives of the Coinbit, at the time of opening listed on the exchange there are about 50 altcoins, by the end of the year their number should increase to 100. The list of supported cryptocurrencies include Bitcoin, Ether, Ripple, Bitcoin, cash, classic, Ethereum, Litecoin, Waves, Stox, Eos, Vechain, Omisego, Qtum and Neo.
Cryptocurrency exchange Jibex was recently opened in Thailand. The exchange was supported by the information technology company J. I. B. Computer Group, which is a distributor and seller of computer hardware and it products in 150 retail stores around the world.
While the listing includes only five of cryptocurrency: Bitcoin, cash Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin and Ripple. However, according to the head of Jibex, in the future, the lists will increase. The exchange also offers its customers to use the wallet to support these five currencies.
In honor of the opening Jibex reduces the transaction fees of up to 0.24%. For 45 days, until June 26, customers of the exchange, the Commission will not be levied.
The Chairman of the Board Jibex Tatarczuk Coteret (Thantharaksuk Chotirat) says:
«The partnership with J. I. B. Computer Group (JIB) will provide users with peace of mind and confidence in their investments. It is a good and fast service, attentive to all customer needs».
In the Vietnamese city Ho Chi Minh city recently opened cryptocurrency exchange Kenniex.
Representatives of the exchange state that «it is the first cryptocurrency exchange in Vietnam… and the first marketplace of electronic money in the country, which has an office where investors can get acquainted with our services and to efficient investment recommendations.»
Currently, customers of the exchange to convert bitcoin and live in VND and Vice versa. Commission for transaction is 0.4%, but in the first month after opening, it is reduced to 0.2%.
If Coinbit, Jibex and Kenniex already opened, this Philippines stock exchange just waiting to start. The creation of stock exchanges in the Philippines are two South Korean technology companies — Glosfer and Coinvil. Glosfer responsible for the creation of a platform, while Coinvil will manage the exchange. Head Coinvil Rahun Park (Park Rae-hyun) said: «the Philippines will become the largest cryptocurrency market, which will link Europe and Asia».