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Name: Coinone

Since: 2014

Main cryptocurrencies: BTC, BCH, ETH, ETC, XRP, QTUM, LTC, IOTA, EOS


Name: Coinone


Founded in: 2014


Coinone is the second Korean crypto exchange in terms of bitcoin turnover. The platform is focused on the South Korean market.


Main cryptocurrencies: BTC, BCH, ETH, ETC, XRP, QTUM, LTC, IOTA, EOS


Referral system: none


Encryption: SSL for website


Personal token: none


Payment systems: Works only with Korean won (KRW)


Applications: Available for iOS and Android




  • Coinone has a trading platform and a cryptocurrency wallet based on blockchain technology (Multisig Wallet).
  • Only holders of Korean bank account (registered in South Korea) can deposit money to Coinone.
  • The interface is available in Korean and English (however, some sections of the website do not have English translation).
  • A withdrawals limit of 100 million won per day, and a daily transaction limit of 20 million won per day.
  • Margin trading.
  • The possibility to place orders with one click.




  • Trading fee depends on a monthly trading volume, user status and level. Makers pay 0-0.1% of the transaction amount, while takers pay 0.02-0.1%. The level of a user is determined by their personal trading volume over the past 30 days.
  • No deposit fees.




  • "Cold" (offline) storage.
  • Multisignature for transaction confirmation.
  • Two-factor initialization.




  • Verification includes identity approval. A user also has to specify the origin of their assets.
  • If any problems with a transaction occur, a client should contact the technical support team and provide them with the photo of their ID card, email, and the description of the problem.