NEW: Updates to the Exchange

Silvia Chen
Nov 29, 2021 · 4 min read

In late 2019, we launched the Exchange with the goal of creating a trading platform that was powerful enough for institutional investors yet intuitive enough for retail traders.

Over the last year, we’ve made massive strides towards this goal–from introducing Margin Trading and a mobile app to announcing new trading pairs and geographic regions where you can now use our products.

Let’s take a look at all the new products and features that are now available to you.

Margin Trading

We introduced Margin Trading with up to 5X leverage for our BTC-USD and ETH-USD trading pairs.

Margin Trading allows you to increase your profit potential through leverage, giving you increased buying and selling power on each trade.

For example, if you want to purchase $1,000 worth of Bitcoin on the BTC-USD trading pair with 5X leverage, you only need $200 in either BTC or USD as collateral in your account to have a full position worth $1,000.

Margin Trading is currently available to Gold Verified users in over 150 countries. We have plans to expand our global and trading pair coverage, so be sure to watch this space. Exchange Mobile App

We rolled out early access to the Exchange iOS app.

Our goal with the app is to give you everything you need to easily and securely trade crypto on the go.

While a few of the web features are not yet available in the app, we’d love for you to download it, take it for a spin, and tell us what you think. We’re actively building the app so your early feedback is invaluable.

New Trading Pairs

We continued to accelerate the number of assets you can deposit, trade, and withdraw on the Exchange.

Just in the last year, we’ve added 30 new trading pairs including DeSo (DESO), USD Coin (USDC), Uniswap (UNI), Compound (COMP), Dai (DAI), Chainlink (LINK), Stacks (STX), Efinity Token (EFI), SushiSwap (SUSHI), Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC), Polygon (MATIC), Maker (MKR), and Celo Euro (cEUR).

In total, the Exchange now supports 80 trading pairs with many more to come.

Instantly Deposit USD, GBP, and EUR

We added support for ACH and Open Banking so you can deposit USD, GBP, and EUR into your account and have the funds instantly available for trading.

As many banks don’t charge a fee for these types of transfers, they provide both a quick and cost-effective onramp into crypto.

New US States

We continued to expand the number of US states where you can use the Exchange.

Residents of Florida, Oklahoma, North Dakota, South Dakota, Maryland, Michigan, and Georgia are now among the 30 states that have access to the Exchange.

We’ll continue to actively work through individual license approvals to bring the benefits and opportunities of crypto trading to all US residents.

Our Commitment

While we’re excited to have delivered all these new products and features over the last year, our work is far from done. We have a roadmap full of enhancements coming your way and couldn’t be more committed to delivering you the most powerful and intuitive trading platform in crypto.

Log in to the Exchange to start leveraging these updates today.


When considering trading on margin, you should determine how the use of margin fits your own investment philosophy. It is important that you fully understand the risks, rules, and requirements involved in trading digital assets on margin. Margin trading increases your level of market risk. You may lose some or all of the collateral you post in connection with a margin trade. may initiate the sale of digital assets in your account, without contacting you, to meet a margin call. You are not entitled to an extension of time on a margin call. Further details will be set out in the Margin user agreement.

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