Series: Overview of EOS Exchanges

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This entry is part 1 of 9 in the series Overview of EOS Exchanges

Many of us received various EOS based airdrops lately, including IQ, Karma, Horus and very soon also Trybe. Most of these tokens are not traded on the existing exchanges, yet. In fact, one of the few tokens that were close to being traded has been IQ which was nominated as community token of the month…

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This entry is part 2 of 9 in the series Overview of EOS Exchanges

I was overwhelmed by the positive feedback of my first post listing DEXEOS, Newdex, Tokenia and Chaince that I have decided to create a second post with four more EOS focussed or EOS-Network-based exchanges. Update on Newdex: today I have done some trades, speed was pretty bad and transactions took a while. I had to…

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This entry is part 3 of 9 in the series Overview of EOS Exchanges

Many of you read my articles comparing the current Exchanges focussed on EOS and the many airdrop tokens available. I have done some further trading exercises and have to say that I experienced some critical issues. NewDex claims that there are issues with the overall EOS network on their own website but I have done trading…

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This entry is part 4 of 9 in the series Overview of EOS Exchanges

As part of my series about EOS-based token exchanges, I would like to share some updates with you. Since the first exchanges popped up, I have been doing testing and trading and would love to share my experiences with you. Updates on Newdex and DEXEOS I covered both exchanges in my recent posts. Especially my…

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This entry is part 5 of 9 in the series Overview of EOS Exchanges

A lot has happened until my last post on EOS exchanges I did have some very good conversations with our friends at FINDEX giving me some updates on trading and their current RAM handling logic. We also saw an outage at SouthEX that also hit me during trading. Last but not least, BTEX seems to…

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This entry is part 6 of 9 in the series Overview of EOS Exchanges

Here we go, the latest entry in the decentralized exchange game. Just recently being launched EOSDAQ is a fully decentralized exchange (DEX). This is a key difference to the current market leaders like Newdex or Dexeos which still have their own wallet involved making them no real DEX. The first view on EOSDAQ is very…

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This entry is part 7 of 9 in the series Overview of EOS Exchanges

Since some days the FINDEX exchange is also available as a desktop version. As always mentioned, when looking at new exchanges, you have to be extremely careful as the prices will be far off the real market price. The exchange functionality is, as of today, very basic. Convenience features like a copy of clicked price…

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This entry is part 8 of 9 in the series Overview of EOS Exchanges

Once again we are seeing a new exchange arriving on EOS-Network. WHALEEX has lately appeared and is currently creating some excitement due to a 200,000 free EOS Account promotion. Meet.One and TokenPoket will support WhaleEX with 100,000 free accounts, each. This is a great kickstart opportunity. (By the way, switch to English first, as there is a…

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This entry is part 9 of 9 in the series Overview of EOS Exchanges

Within my series of exchange analysis and reviews, there has rarely been an exchange that was hyped as much as Bancor for EOS. Of course, Bancor has been well known for their protocol/algorithm which is widely used for automated price calculations. The most prominent within EOS world might be RAM trading. The most stunning development…