List of Exchanges accepting Peercoin (PPC)


#61

Is it possible to change http to https in cryptonit.net link on the main post?
We do have Green Line SSL Cert and prefer is users choose encrypted version of the site :wink:


#62

Buy and sell Cryptocurrencies near you.
http://cryptlocal.com/


#63

Peercoin is accepted by 247exchange.com! Buy, sell, exchange PPC fast and easy!

We’re international fixed-rate exchanger. We accept: credit/debit cards, bank wire, SEPA transfer, local bank transfer, cash deposit, e-wallets, etc.

Our major advantages are:

+ Licensed financial activity and secure service;
+ A flexible tariff system;
+ 24/7/365 online client support;
+ An advanced help system, a detailed knowledgebase;
+ Support of different cryptocurrencies: Peercoin, Bitcoin, Litecoin, Namecoin;
+ Working with the major world currencies (USD, EUR, AUD, GBP, etc)
+ And many others!

P.S. If possible, please include us to the list. Thanks!


#64

outside btc-e ppc has no significant volume elsewhere. some other big exchange is needed in order to spread the adoption. any ideas?


#65

There are a lot of exchanges i see, what we really need now is people / bot that provide liquidity for PPC.
Whales who wants to invest in PPC are discouraged when they can’t buy big sizes because they don’t find the liquidity on exchanges.


#66

CRXZone.com Singapore registered LTC and BTC Trading Platform - Zero Fee right now

Dear all,
We have recently launched a Crypto currency (bitcoin and litecoin) exchange registered and operated in singapore .

Here is a summarized details of our exchange features -

Robust system built by a technical team of 4 people over the Four months with high security and very user friendly reports and navigation. Work still going on to add more features.

Merchant Payment gateway will be launched soon in September 2014 to have a one stop solution of your needs.

*** Zero trading fee till September 2014. ***

Trading Multiple Pair Bitcoin ( BTC/USD, BTC/EUR, BTC/SGD, BTC/LTC) and Litecoin ( LTC/USD, LTC/EUR, LTC/SGD)

Fiat Deposit and Withdrawal via Banks - SGD, USD , EUR

Deposit and Withdrawal via Digital currencies like Okpay, Egopay, Perfect money etc.

Volume based fee maximum 0.20 % and as low as 0.12%.

NO additional processing charges for Fiat Deposit and Withdrawals .

** Trading API for customers who want to setup automatic trading. **

Multiple Level of Security including the Google Authenticator.

User friendly interface , Multiple trading oriented reports trend indicator for each pair, volume, lowest price on the market, highest price on the market, market trade history etc.

Customer Support 7 days as week.


#67

Feel free to add ExchangeMyCoins.com to the list.

What is ExchangeMyCoins.com?

  • Easy access to Peercoins and other popular crypto coins
  • Buy and sell Peercoins without registration or sign-up
  • Exchanges are made in total anonymity.
  • Makes it possible to pay with Peercoins on websites with Bitcoin as the only payment option.
  • Exchanges are made instantly after the transaction is confirmed.
  • An open company profile so you know who we are, without telling who you are.

Best regards
Jacob Worsøe


#68

11 Exchanges To Buy And Sell peercoin

  1. goldux.com
    This is the first and excellent cryptocurrency and virtual currency exchange service with low fee,automatic exchange and numerous currency types. If you try it, you will never leave for life.

  2. Kraken
    Kraken is a feature-rich cryptocurrency trading platform. It combines Forex trading and Bitcoin exchanges into one comprehensive service. Kraken has advanced order forms such as Stop-Loss, Trailing Stop and Take Profit, meaning that you can trade exactly how you want. To match these trading features, Kraken has big-picture security, including full reserves, extensive legal council and strong relationships with banks.

ken supports USD and EUR. However, trading with national currencies requires level 2 verification. There are four tiers of verification on Kraken. The amount Kraken charges for deposits and withdrawals depends on the currency. Transaction times also differ. Full lists are available in the FAQ. Kraken also supports Litecoin, Namecoin and Ripple.
3.Bitstamp
Bitstamp is a Slovenian-based Bitcoin exchange, previously the second-largest exchange behind Mt. Gox. It doesn’t offer a lot of advanced buying or selling order forms. Bitstamp has an instant buy/sell order that buys and sells your coins at the lowest and highest offered price respectively, as well as a limit order that limits maximum purchase and minimum selling prices.

Bitstamp only supports USD. The site charges a nominal fee per transaction, with the size of the fee changing based on a 30 day trading history. Withdrawals are also charged a fee, ranging from 0.90 Euro if you’re part of the Single Euro Payment Area (SEPA) to a $15.00 minimum fee for those outside of the SEPA.
4. Bitfinex
Bitfinex is second only to Bitstamp in terms of transaction volume, and is definitely one of the most advanced Bitcoin exchanges currently operating. You can go short or long, exchange and even trade Bitcoins with leverage, if you so desire. All Bitcoins are stored in a cold wallet and the database is backed up once a day. In addition, Bitfinex works with security company Arcui to detect and prevent intrusions.

Bitfinex only supports USD. It has a relatively complex fee structure, with different fees based on the amount of Bitcoin you’ve traded over a 30-day period. These fees start at 0.15% and can go as low as 0.1%. Withdrawals in Bitcoin and Litecoin are both free, with a $10 fee charged for international wire withdrawals.
5. BTC-e
BTC-e is one of the larger Bitcoin exchanges on the Internet, behind only Bitstamp and Bitfinex. BTC-e is shrouded in anonymity, with no clues regarding the identities of the individuals behind it and where the exchange is truly based. BTC-e is built on the MetaTrader 4 platform and intends to start publishing audited financial statements in the near future.

BTC-e supports USD, EUR and Russian Rubles. BTC-e charges a 0.2% fee for every transaction conducted on the site, although the site does mention that this fee may be different for each individual account. Aside from Bitcoin, BTC-e also trades in Litecoin, Namecoin, Peercoin and Primecoin.
6… Justcoin
Justcoin is a Bitcoin exchange from Norway. It positions itself as an easy-to-use exchange, and so doesn’t have any advanced trading or exchange features. Security-wise, Justcoin stores its bitcoins in encrypted offline wallets, which are then stored in secure bank vaults. Justcoin also provides two-factor authentication.

Justcoin supports USD, EUR and Norwegian Kroner, and charges a 0.5% trading fee for all transactions. It also supports Litecoin and Ripple, although you can’t buy these currencies directly. Instead, you’ll have to buy Bitcoins first and then exchange for either of the two currencies.
7. Coinbase
Coinbase is more than just a Bitcoin exchange; it’s a comprehensive digital wallet that can be used to store, spend, buy and accept Bitcoins. In a sense, Coinbase is trying to be the PayPal of Bitcoin, letting merchants accept Bitcoin as well as helping users buy, use and store the currency. It claims to offer bank level security and the payment industry best practices, including two-factor authentication.

Coinbase only supports USD and is only for users in the United States. It charges a flat 1% fee on all transfers to and from USD, but doesn’t charge for Bitcoin to Bitcoin transactions. Coinbase also has a mobile wallet app for Android as well as an SMS-based mobile wallet.
8. BTCChina
BTCChina is China’s leading Bitcoin exchange, both in terms of trading volumes and the amount of liquidity. BTCChina has a number of notable security features going for it, including its new Picasso service, which offers offline storage of Bitcoins. Since BTCChina focuses on a specific country, it also provides SMS verification for added security.

BTCChina only supports Chinese Yuan. The exchange charges a 0.1% trading commission fee. However, limit orders not executed immediately get a 0.1% rebate upon completion. In addition, “market-makers” that add to market liquidity are exempted from trading commission and get a 0.1% market-maker rebate.
9. CampBX
CampBX is a United States-based Bitcoin exchange with a number of advanced trading features. Some of these features include Spend-X trades, short selling and margin trading, although the latter two are not yet active. CampBX promises 99.99% uptime and is audited daily by security auditor McAfee. CampBX also has Google TOTP two-factor authentication.

CampBX only accepts USD at the moment, but they are working on accepting EUR. Fees for both quick and advanced orders are 0.55%, with bulk discounts available. CampBX also has its own Testnet version, which lets users practice trading with easily-obtained coins akin to play money.
10. Cryptsy
Cryptsy is the exchange to go to for trading between different cryptocurrencies. Cryptsy lets you trade over 60 different types of cryptocurrencies, from the more popular cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Litecoin to less-popular cryptocurrencies such as QuarkCoin, ZetaCoin and, yes, Dogecoin. As of now, Cryptsy focuses on coin-to-coin trading, but it intends to allow users to trade in USD soon.

Cryptsy also plans to expand its service offerings and establish escrow services, further establishing itself as a service for merchants looking to start accepting cryptocurrencies. Cryptsy charges a 0.2% fee on purchases and a 0.3% fee on sales.
11… Bter
Bter is a lot like Cryptsy in that it’s more of a large altcoin exchange rather than a place to buy and sell Bitcoins. Bter was one of the first altcoin exchanges to support Primecoin. Unlike Cryptsy, Bter also enables you to buy and sell coins using Chinese Yuan. Bter includes security provisions such as manual withdrawal confirmation and Google TOTP two-factor authentication.

Bter only supports Chinese Yuan. It also developed its own desktop cryptocurrency trading software, BterTrader. The software lets you track trading values, Moving Average indicators and market depth, all from your desktop. Bter charges a 0.2% fee for both sales and purchases.


#69

If there are any new ones we need to add them too: http://peercoin.net/exchanges (bottom of the page).

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“Goldux” is potentially a scam website.


#70

“Goldux” is potentially a scam website. Do not click the link. See also: http://www.reddit.com/r/peercoin/comments/2ogk71/where_to_buy_peercoin_easily/


#71

Can any moderator please remove it if confirmed?


#72

Hello!

I want to announce our peercoin / mexican pesos exchange! check it at tuminium dot com


#73

Another exchange added for trading -> h t t p s : / / b e t a . r a w x . i o / # / m ar k e t s/ B T C : P PC

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#74

Peercoins are available on the DEX (Decentralized Exchange based on graphene) https://dexnode.net/?r=sahkan-bitshares

And there is a comprehensive list here: