Coinsuper - Cryptocurrency Exchanger Review review

Coinsuper is a Chinese cryptocurrency exchange, which is registered in Hong Kong.

Recently, the volumes of this exchange have significantly grown but at the moment of writing they are falling. 

Coinsuper as a majority of cryptocurrency exchanges, especially Chinese, has some positive moments and of course there are some negative sides of this platform. Among the advantages, we can point out the presence of two-factor authentication that is the most widely accepted security measure, as well as the acceptance of exchange by the transfers from the bankcards.

There are no fees on deposits and it is a good direction because more and more cryptocurrency exchanges began to adopt such policy. Therefore, the platform focuses on large coins such as Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), Litecoin (LTC) and DASH (DASH) in trading pairs with BTC, ETH and USD.

Coinsuper is a solid platform with a very convenient and simple interface. 

There are few reviews in the Internet but mostly they are positive. 

On the one hand, there are low trading fees: the commission charged for each transaction is 0.20 % for all. 

On the other hand, the company provides very little background, there are a few photos, addresses in social networks and perhaps, a simple video would make them significantly attractive. There is very little information about the company as well. 

The situation with fiat money is not clear as bank transfers are supported but conditions are not specified.

There is a minimum of requirements for deposits, which is 0.01 BTC. 

Therefore, the Coinsuper cryptocurrency exchange has a lot of advantages but it isn’t very popular. Anyway, this platform has everything to become one of the leaders among the cryptocurrency exchanges.

The daily trading volume of Coinsuper is approximately close to $91 millions of dollars. At the time of writing, 27 crypto assets listed on Coinsuper.


  • USD banking;
  • High level of security with two-factor authentication (2FA);
  • No charges on deposits
  • Low trading fees


  • Little information about company itself;
  • A lot of minimum requirements;
  • The limitation of crypto-pairs.
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