This is a descriptive list of exchanges where Reddcoins can be bought.


BITTREX: They provide individuals and businesses a world class experience to buy and sell cutting-edge cryptocurrencies and digital tokens. Based and fully regulated in the USA, Bittrex is the go-to spot for traders who demand lightning fast trade execution, stable wallets, and industry-best security practices. Whether you are new to trading and cryptocurrencies, or a veteran to both, Bittrex.com was created for you! 




BLUETRADE: It's a Brazilian cryptocurrency exchange, although this does not become immediately apparent, as the company does not provide much information about itself. It says it accepts clients from across the world. It is in the top ranked cryptocurrency exchanges by 24-hour volume. It has been launched in 2014 and claims it has around 30 000 users. It is by far not the only cryptocurrency exchange operating in the country. There are several local ones, as well as global ones like Coinmama and Local Bitcoins who offer their services in Brazil.


 BISQ: Bisq, which was previously known as Bitsquare is a decentralized, peer-to-peer cryptocurrency exchange. While they allow fiat currency transfers, we see them as a more idealistic competitor to services like bitcoin.de, than a mainstream tool for buying bitcoin, like Coinbase


C-FINEX: This new exchange based in Finland has only started trading since the last couple of months. For now nothing more can be said but little ones get big to.


COINHOUSE:  It's a French cryptocurrency exchange that operates in the EU. It offers trading in Bitcoin and Ether for EUR and the other way around. The exchange is owned by the Paris-based company La Maison du Bitcoin. Initially the exchange was accepting only clients from France, but recently has expanded its operations and accepts clients from the EU.


C-PATEX :  C-PatEx is a relatively small exchange, launched and operated by a family team from Patagonia, Argentina. Behind the brand is the company MAG Sistemas, founded and managed by Miguel Angel Grau. The website, on the other hand, is based on the open source project Peatio (with some improvements).


CREX24: Crex24 is a relatively new and still small cryptocurrency exchange that caters mostly to Russian-speaking clients. It does not stand out with a lot among its peers, but has some advantages that we quite like. For example, the numerous fiat payment options and the possibility to pay with card. The fees are also quite favorable. The trading platform is pretty good as well and has additional features, charting and analysis tools and indicators. The number of tokens on the exchange is quite impressive, but this is mostly thanks to the option to have Reddcoin listed.


CRYPTOPIA : This cryptocurrency exchange is based in New Zealand and offers a lot more than just a crypto-exchange. While the trading conditions will be the main focus of this review, their website also features a fully functional online shop, where cryptocutrencies are the means of exchange. This may not exactly be the next Silk Road, but a lot of interesting items are up for sale.

LITEBIT : This exchange actualy is a Dutch company that buys altcoins and sells them on to clients, for a higher price, so it is acting more like a change bureau or simply a spot exchange. It does not offer leveraged trading. One of the main advantages of LiteBit is that it offers for sale a large number of coins, a total of 50, that can be purchased for EUR.

INDACOIN : Indacoin is an International platform for purchasing cryptocurrencies, based in London, UK. The service allows users to purchase more than 200 digital currencies using credit/debit cards and without registration. The company was founded in 2013 and has since been successfully operating in more than 100 countries, including Canada, Great Britain, Nigeria, Germany, Russia, Spain, Brazil, Singapore, Turkey, and others.


TRADESATOSHI : It's a UK cryptocurrency exchange that launched in 2015. It offers spot trading in over 100 cryptocurrencies, both major and some really obscure ones. Most alt-coins can be traded against the Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Bitcoin Cash only.

UPBIT : The cryptocurrency exchange UpBit was launched in October 2017 by the biggest localmessaging app developer, KakaoTalk. Like most exchanges, Korean UpBit offers a single trading account type with no leveraged trading option and charges some fees for its services. Over 120 cryptocurrencies are listed on the platform, and besides, it supports the local currency, South Korean Won (KRW). Keep in mind that this exchange is intended only for Koreans and that ID verification is obligatory.


VEBITCOIN : This relatively new exchange that originated in Turkey has both BTC and multiple Alts for sale.


YOBIT : This Russian based cryptocurrency exchange trading multiple altcoins would make it an interesting alternative to Bittrex (probably the current leader, in terms of exchanges offering so many coins).