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The crypto currency exchange where you can trade bitcoins for cash, credit card, or Paypal

Safe and Secure

  • Protected by Military grade SSL cryptography.
  • Advanced encryption technology.
  • 2-step Verification.
  • Secure Offline Storage
  • Multi-firewall protection
  • Anonymous transactions


  • High-speed trade algorithm.
  • Instant deposit and withdrawal.
  • Quick support.
  • Fast funding.


  • Multiple currencies.
  • Works everywhere and anytime.
  • Covers global transaction in anywhere in the world.
  • Works 24 hours, 7 days a week.


  • Futures with 20x leverage
  • Multiple delivery dates
  • Long-term contracts
  • Margin management tools

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