Exchanges
Qwertycoin is currently available for trading on 10 exchanges with several different trading pairs. Those options are:
Exchanges
Pair 1
Pair 2
Pair 3
Pair 4
Crex24
QWC - BTC
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BitexLive
QWC - BTC
QWC - DOGE
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CITEX
QWC - BTC
QWC - ETH
QWC - USDT
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BKEX
QWC - BTC
QWC - USDT
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Bituan
QWC - USDT
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QBTC
QWC - CNYT
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GJ
QWC - USDT
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Altilly
QWC - BTC
QWC - LTC
QWC - DOGE
QWC - XQR
TychExchange
QWC-ETH
QWC-DOGE
QWC-USDT
QWC-TEX
Bisq
DEX
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IMPORTANT NOTE - BiteBTC and its successor Fedillo exchanges are no longer endorsed due to their shady business practices!
IMPORTANT NOTE - Exchanges with wash trade volumes and withdrawal issues should be avoided. Users must perform due-diligence by researching and evaluating their reputation, security and sustainability before selecting exchange platforms.

Choosing an Exchange

Choosing which exchange to trade on can be a difficult task. Luckily there are only four to choose from at the moment for Qwertycoin. When choosing an exchange you need to look at these things:

Is the exchange reputable?

The first thing when choosing an exchange is to make sure the exchange is reputable. When you use an exchange you are trusting them with your funds. One of the best ways to see is an exchange is reputable is to do a quick Google search and see what users have to say.

How secure is the exchange?

Security is just as important as the reputability of an exchange. Look for exchanges with strict security measures such as proper verification and two factor authentication (2FA). Also do a quick Google search to see if an exchange has been hacked.

What are the payment options?

Different exchanges generally accept different payment options. Some only accept cryptocurrency deposits while others accept credit cards and wire transfers. If you plan on exchanging crypto for fiat, make sure and choose an exchange that offers that option.

What are the fees?

Generally you want to choose an exchange with as little of fees as possible. Each exchange has their own set of fees and fee structure so it would be a good idea to do some research into the exchange you plan on using.

How liquid is the exchange?

Look for an exchange with higher liquidity, which means there are lots of buyers and sellers. Trading on an exchange with high liquidity means that your trade will complete much quicker and you can generally make a trade that's higher or lower than you would like. You can find an exchange's liquidity by doing a quick Google search.

What are the trading pairs?

Choosing a trading pair is more of a preference. Bitcoin and Ethereum are usually the most used pairs. Choose an exchange that aligns with your intentions. If you plan on only trading crypto to fiat then choose an exchange that offers that. You can see the trading pairs available for Qwertycoin at the beginning of this article.

Managing coins on exchange wallet

It is never safe to leave your coins on exchange platforms unless you fully trust the exchange and their security and reliability. We recommend users to withdrawal their funds immediately after the completion of trading. The exchanges has a full access to coins under your account. There is no way to recover them if their system has been compromised from possible glitches or hacking.

Exchange Trading Examples:

Examples of how to trade Qwertycoin on typical exchanges are provided below:
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