Jubiter is an Estonian-based crypto exchange and the country is the only one in the Baltic that has its own cryptocurrency exchange. The website of the platform contains a wide explanation of the features of the platform which is great for the beginners and the newcomers.
Kraken is a crypto exchange based in San Francisco, California which claims to be the largest Bitcoin exchange in terms of volume and liquidity. The company was founded in 2011 by Jesse Powell and is now known for its low transaction fees, a wide range of features and high level of security.
City Index was founded in 1983 as a Global CFD and FX broker. It is regulated by the top-tier regulators such as the UK FCA and the Australian ASIC. The broker is considered to be very safe because it has a long track record and its parent company is listed on the stock exchange and regulated as well.
Capital broker offers CFD trading on multiple asset classes including currencies, indices, and commodities on its proprietary web platform. There are several accounts to choose from with variable spreads with a leverage of 1:30 or 1:200 for pro traders and the option to trade micro-lots as well.
What is also strange about this broker is that there are no information about the costs of the services. The broker doesn’t have any information about trading costs and which traders will incur when there is a trade being executed on the trading platform. There is a very small 2 pip spread on the benchmark currency which is the starting point for the spreads and that is the only information available.
Bitsgap is a platform that allows traders to trade on multiple crypto exchanges by only one interface. This is a very interesting idea in theory but in practice, it was shown that is doesn’t work as good. The idea is to allow one to access all accounts via API Keys which is a good idea which can grant the ability to make arbitrate trades. Users didn’t found it so useful.