Exchanges

 

Page updated: 30.03.2021

Biswap is a decentralized automatica market maker exchange based on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC).

DEX (decentralized exchange) means that you can swap coins directly between each other, and the exchange rate is determined by the number of each coin in the exchange pool. Exchange pool is made from the coins that platform users stake in the pool, recieving fee from every exchange that other users make between the staked coins.

When users stake coins in the pool they they recieve Liquidity Points (LP), each someone make an exchange of the staked coins platform takes 0.1% fee, out of which 0.05 is given to the LP holders and 0.05% is used to burn the BSW – biswap exchange token.

Users can stake their LP in the farms and in addition to the exchange fee get BSW tokens, percentage of the farm income depends on the coins staked, and may change in time, for example at the time this review was written it’s 18-246% APR.



Biswap also has a Launchpool where you can stake your BSW tokens and get some other coins for staking.

APR in the Launchpool depends on the quantity of staked BSW, more BSW staked, means lesser APR.

Since the exchange is decentralized, it works directly with the crypto wallet that supports the BSC. Right now the Biswap supports Metamask, Binance Chain Wallet, TrustWallet, WalletConnect, Coin98, Safepal Wallet. Every operation made on the exchange requires a small amount of BNB as a network fee, usually, it’s 0.001 BNB, so you should keep a small amount of BNB on your wallet for transactions.

The exchange has a referral system, it gives 5% of income from farms and launchpools and in the future, you’ll also get a small amount of fees that the referral pays for exchanges. You’ll pay 2% fee when withdrawing referral income.

You’ll get a maximum 50% refback when registering with my link.

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FaycetPay – it’s a cryptowallet for microtransactions that you’ll need for lots of faucets, so if you don’t have an account on it, you should start by creating one. Also has Binary trading, exchange, PTC, Offerwalls and Dice.


 

Payeer – wallet used by many Hype-s for deposit/withdrawals. Supports fiat USD, RUR, EUR and main cryptocurrencies, BTC, ETH, BCH, LTC, DASH, USDT, XRP. Has a built in trade among those cryptocurrencies.


 

Stormgain – It’s an exchange that also has pseudo mining that gives 180 satoshis per 4 hours, that’s the minimal income, depending on your trade volume it may go as high as 0.001908 BTC per 4 hours. You can withdraw from mining when you’ll reach 10 USDT value and you’ll get that money as a trading bonus, which you can’t withdraw, but you can trade with it and keep all the profits you’ll make.
Exchange is made for futures trading, but you can also just exchange your coins at the market price.
The exchange has bots that can give trading signals where to sell or buy.
There are no trade fees, but exchange takes 10% of your profit from profitable trades.
Margin is 5-100X depending on the currency you’ll trade.
Bonus: You’ll get a 3 USDT bonus if you’ll register with my link
Gives: 180 satoshis per 4 hours
Minimal Payout : there is no minimal payout, but there are fixed fees for withdrawal, different for different currencies plus 0.1%
Paying: Testing


 

RatesGuru – It’s a list of trusted exchangers, gives 1$ when you register, also has a money faucet that gives 0.0001-1 USD every 60 minutes for a simple captcha.
Gives: 0.0001-1 USD every 60 minutes
Minimal Payout : 0.3 USD (you’ll have to accumulate on faucet) to Bitcoin, Perfect Money USD, Payeer, Yandex.Money, QIWI, WebMoney WMZ, AdvCash USD
Paying: Paying


 

Crex24 – It’s an exchange that also has a faucet that give trash coins (which you can exchange into something more useful on the same exchange), has quite a lot of crypto pairs to exchange, has games like dice, blackjack, slots.
Gives: different cryptocoins with 1-10 hour intervals (there always are several coins to claim)
Minimal Payout : there is no minimal payout, but there are fees for withdrawal, different for different currencies, also you’ll have to pass the KYC in order to be able to withdraw.
Paying: Testing


 

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