Alternative exchanges and sites like Binance
Find the best alternatives to Binance.
Even the best exchanges sometimes stop accepting new user registrations or have downtime for maintenance. If you want to keep trading, it's a good idea to have more than one exchange up your sleeve.
Binance has the following features:
- It is one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges by market trading volume.
- It offers a robust set of trading and charting tools.
- It has a wide range of cryptocurrency offerings.
- It is a crypto-only exchange (no fiat currency deposits or withdrawals).
Alternatives to Binance
The following exchanges are probably the closest equivalents to Binance you can find.
An overlooked optionOne of the most overlooked options might be CoinSpot. You can make both AUD and crypto deposits to your CoinSpot account.
Although it’s not a peer-to-peer exchange like Binance, it offers exceptionally competitive above-market “sell” rates on all its currencies for decent cost-effectiveness.
- A local exchange headquartered in Australia
- Allows users to buy directly in AUD
- Low and no fee deposits and withdrawals
- User-friendly interface
- Wide selection of cryptocurrencies
- Compliant with AML/CTF laws
- Lacks advanced trading features
- Rates may vary, so it's important to check before you trade to see how much you're paying
You probably wouldn’t want to keep paying that 1% exchange fee longer than you need to, but it might be the perfect stand-in while you wait for Binance or another preferred exchange to get back in action.
If none of the above has what you’re looking for, you might want to start looking in one of the places below.
- Want to buy with fiat currency? Find out where to buy with almost any fiat currency, from AUD to Zloty.
- Looking for a specific coin? Search for exchanges by coin here.
- Want more options? Get a wider look at the available cryptocurrency exchanges.
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