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Decoin is a cryptoasset exchange located in Estonia. Their volume over the last 24 hours is $0. The exchange is rated “D” which means “Poor.” They are a crypto-only exchange.

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1st 1D CandleMar '20
1st OrderbookMar '20
Updated3 months

About Decoin

Decoin is a small-cap centralized crypto exchange founded in Seychelles in 2017. It is one of the few exchanges that feature copy trading, and the first centralized exchange to share profits with the holders of its native crypto, effectively turning it into some kind of crypto stock.

Decoin history

Decoin was launched as a company on November 2nd, 2017. At the launch, the first priority was the Decoin cryptocurrency as it was a vital element in the future economy created by the company. At this, Decoin started an ICO (initial coin offering) in June 2018, with different rounds going on until October. The ICO itself took place on Decoin’s website, which at that time served only this particular purpose.

The exchange was finally born on April 30th, 2019. At first, it lacked many of the features regularly present on the majority of exchanges, but it already offered its users some interesting options. For example, the unique in-house arbitrage bot was implemented from day one, allowing users to gain profits from crypto arbitrage without much effort.

On June 2019, the platform started spreading its revenues to Decoin holders, a feature the exchange is most famous for. It also launched long-awaited crypto banking cards, allowing users to spend their crypto in regular shops. It took half a year more, however, for Decoin to set up its fiat-to-crypto bridges. On January 22, 2020, Decoin launched its crypto on-ramp service, allowing users to buy crypto with their credit cards.

In November 2020, Decoin launched x3 leveraged pairs, and in January 2021 it also launched its first iteration of copy trading, which later became one of the prominent features of the exchange. Since then, Decoin has been focusing on new listings and hasn’t changed much in its functionality. Decoin incidents and hacks

At the time of writing, there are no recorded cases of Decoin exchange hacks. The founders claim that 97% of the crypto is stored in the cold wallet, with the remaining 3% insured to be able to compensate everyone should any hacks occur in the future.

However, the exchange’s reputation is not as smooth as its security. On third-party resources, many users claim that their deposits and withdrawals are endlessly counted as pending. Others claim that the exchange has marked withdrawals as successful without the cryptocurrencies actually appearing in their wallets. All this can be a warning sign for those willing to trade on Decoin. Decoin token (DTEP)

As mentioned earlier, Decoin (ticker DTEP) first emerged as a token, and only after that as an exchange. With Decoin token appearing almost a year before an exchange, one can surely say that it s an integral part of Decoin’s ecosystem. The main purpose of Decoin is to serve as a decentralized investment vehicle. All Decoin holders benefit from the exchange’s growth. At this, everyone is welcome to exchange, send and receive it without any borders or restrictions. Additionally, Decoin serves the same purposes as the majority of other exchange tokens, significantly reducing trading fees on the platform for their holders.

At first, Decoin was launched on its own PoS blockchain, but later the team standing behind the project decided to move Decoin onto Binance Smart Chain, one of the most developed, secure, and trusted PoS blockchains in the world at the time of writing. The migration took place on November 22nd, 2021, followed by the deprecation of the old blockchain just a month after.

The Decoin platform

At the time of writing, there are more than 180 trading pairs listed on the Decoin exchange, featuring both the industry giants like Bitcoin and Ethereum and some less popular projects like Saber, Vidulum, and others. Most of the pairs are traded against USDT, and some stand against BTC. Also, the exchange features its own on-ramp solution, allowing users to quickly purchase crypto for fiat. It’s worth noting, however, that there are no crypto withdrawals on the platform

For the majority of trading pairs, the fees depend on two factors: the 30-day trading volume and the amount of DTEP stored in the account. The resulting fees are calculated by the combination of factors and usually make up the value between 0,035%/0,04% (over 1000 BTC in 30-day volume, 50000 DEP on the balance) and 0,15%/0,15% (less than 50 BTC in 30-day volume, 0 DEP on the balance). There are, however, some pairs with a fixed trading fee. In most cases, it is 1% for the general public and 0,5% for DTEP holders. Crypto deposits are free, with the withdrawal fees being fairly low compared to other exchanges. The exact amounts, however, vary across different cryptocurrencies. There are two distinct features of the Decoin exchange worth mentioning. These are copy trading and an arbitrage bot.

Copy trading allows users to follow expert traders to maximize their gains. The experts themselves are getting a cut of profits, which incentivizes them to share their knowledge and trades.

An arbitrage bot is an in-house development of Decoin. It allows users to easily profit from crypto arbitrage with no special knowledge or competence. The bot is available on a subscription basis, with higher tiers making users eligible for a higher share of profits, ranging from 80% to 90%. Decoin team and partners

As happens with many projects operating with cryptocurrencies, not much is known about the team which stands behind the project. Some resources claim that the CEO of the company, Shay Perry, has had some experience in Forex trading, but nothing can be said about his prior competence in IT or the crypto areas.

Decoin doesn’t list any partners but is known to have partnered with the ICO rating platform ICObench and the crypto game called the Six Musk-O-Tiers. Throughout its existence, it has also occasionally partnered with crypto news sites to promote the exchange.

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