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Financialcentre Broker Gives 5 Best Crypto Currencies You Should Be Investing In for 2021

London, UK, 4th Oct 2021, – The broker Andy Tutcher from Financialcentre says there are many cryptocurrency exchanges out there, but we think a few stand apart. These websites offer safety and security measures that will keep your funds safe no matter what the future holds for cryptocurrencies or even if they go mainstream one day!

In general, it’s best to stick with established long-term players when investing in these volatile assets since you never know where their value might be headed next? That is why our favorite exchange list has been compiled from those sites which have existed over time – so users can feel confident knowing their money isn’t going anywhere without being monitored closely along every step of its journey into this new world market space as well as taking advantage during any potential bull runs while still keeping an eye on risk factors such price swings which could leave investors in the red if not cautious.

Let’s begin!

Coinbase Pro (Previously GDAX)

The first entry is Coinbase Pro, which has been around since 2012 and went through its rebranding in May 2019. Their website offers an easy-to-use interface for trading cryptocurrency pairs while also allowing users to store their funds on the platform for easier access.

Coinbase Pro offers low fees compared to other websites and they even let you purchase cryptocurrency using your credit card, which is fantastic if you’re just getting involved for the first time. Like Binance, Coinbase Pro has no issues with $1 Million USD withdrawal requests so if you’ve got that sort of money to invest in crypto, they’re definitely one of the top options for turning your fiat currency into crypto.

Coinbase has even rolled out its own form of the stable coin called USD Coin (USDC), which is pegged to the value of 1 US dollar. This token lets users know exactly what their money’s worth at all times and can be traded with other cryptocurrencies – but it’s definitely not as popular as Tether (USDT) at the moment.    

Binance

Next up is Binance, which has been around since 2017 and is currently one of the biggest cryptocurrency exchanges out there – based on trading volume! This website offers a wealth of information about their company and how they deal with potential issues such as hacks by creating a transparent communication channel between users and its team. They’re headquartered in Malta and offer tons of ways to purchase or trade cryptos, including USDT pairs when fiat money is exchanged.

They also offer mobile apps for both Android and iOS devices for quick trades whenever you need them…which will probably be pretty often if you take our advice: make your first deposit via Binance. This website even offers bank transfers as an option for purchasing cryptocurrencies, but we don’t recommend this method as your first choice because it can take a few days to process and during that time the price of crypto could have fluctuated up or down.

BitMEX

Next up is BitMEX, which offers margin trading which means you can buy more cryptocurrency than what you currently own if the market moves in favor of your potential gains – making trades with leverage. Even though this service isn’t something 100% necessary for beginners, we still think it’s a cool feature to look at and maybe try out later using little money just so you know how everything works…but we still feel like everyone should learn standard trade methods before delving into margin trading.

BitMEX is based in Seychelles and offers a ton of tools for professional traders, such as stop-loss orders and shorting options via futures contracts that let users take advantage of falling prices – but this type of trading can be risky! This website even offers up to 100:1 leverage and its interface is easy enough for beginners to understand once they get the hang of things…which shouldn’t take too long if you visit their support center first. It’s also worth noting that BitMEX does not accept fiat currency deposits at all so make sure you’ve got some Bitcoin (BTC) or Ethereum (ETH) on hand if you want to use this site right away!

Bithumb

Last but not least is Bithumb, a popular cryptocurrency exchange that launched in 2013 and currently has about 1 Million users. They’re headquartered in Seoul and have come a long way since being hacked for billions of won back in 2018 – which actually could have been avoided if they’d utilized Google’s Cloud platform to store their user records. This platform offers a lot of different cryptocurrencies to choose from, including up-and-coming altcoins, so it’s definitely not the worst place to get your feet wet when it comes to trading cryptocurrencies or even making an initial deposit!

Bithumb also features mobile apps for both Android and iOS devices for quick trades whenever you happen to be on the move, but still recommend using this site via a desktop computer if possible…you can even make bank transfers as an option for purchasing cryptocurrencies! Overall this website is a great choice to consider when searching for a reputable cryptocurrency exchange that’s been around long enough to weed out the bad apples.

Disclaimer: Our content is intended to be used for informational purposes only. It is very important to do your own research before making any investment based on your own personal circumstances. You should take independent financial advice from a professional in connection with, or independently research and verify, any information that you find on this article and wish to rely upon, whether for the purpose of making an investment decision or otherwise.