The Cryptocurrency Exchange of the Future?

Dear Investors,

Since June 2011, hackers have stolen billions of dollars worth of digital currency from around 30 different exchanges. Many of these exchanges hide in the shadows, lacking fundamental business practices like customer service, and do little other than help people exchange altcoins. So when things go wrong, there’s nothing you can do.

Centralized exchanges are the weakest link in the cryptocurrency community and a chain is only as strong as its weakest link. If we believe in the power of decentralization, why are we forced to use centralized trading exchanges that are vulnerable to hacks?

Andrew Gazdecki

Hackers have stolen almost $10 billion in Bitcoin in the last few years, and centralized exchanges are to blame. By holding your tokens in a single vault during each transaction, they create a single point of failure, a weakness hackers can easily exploit. The market wants a secure way to trade. At, we’re building a decentralized exchange that puts safety first: you stay in control of your coins the entire time. Already, 110,000+ traders have pre-registered since September 2017.