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FatBTC is a cryptocurrency exchange that was founded in 2014 in the Seychelles.

The exchange offers a large range of cryptocurrency offerings. The platform features its own native token FAT, which can be used on the exchange for reduced fees and network costs —  similar to how Binance has its own BNB coin for the same purposes.

Let’s dive into the platform’s features and assess what types of traders could benefit most from Fat BTC.

Standout FatBTC exchange features

FatBTC supports 11 languages — giving it great international appeal

Advanced API integration — for using third party applications with the platform: REST and Websocket

Sophisticated selection process —  for adding new assets to the exchange to make sure users are better protected against fraudulent projects and tokens

Multiple fiat currencies supported on sister site: fatotc.com — USD, EUR, INR, RUB, HKD, VND, and IDR

FatBTC Piggy Bank — Deposit your Bitcoin holdings to earn interest and grow your investment

High performance trading engine — Works to make sure your orders go through and are not lost in the system or have delayed execution

Desktop and mobile apps — available on both the AppStore and Google Play

FatBTC referral program —  can invite your friends to register and trade on FatBTC.com and earn 50% of the referral commission from their trading fees

FatBTC exchange: Pros and cons

Pros

  • Great selection of crypto and digital assets to choose from
  • Application process for new coin listings
  • Generous referral program incentives new users to sign up
  • Long application process for assets to be listed, ensuring the safety of users

Cons

  • FatBTC Piggy

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