Currencies

ChangeNOW supports over 170 cryptocurrencies with up to 30K trading pairs. Each currency is never like the other, that's why we decided to bring you more information about our favourites.

Cryptocurrency list

Bitcoin (BTC) - the very first cryptocurrency invented due to the need for decentralisation. The most popular and marketed coin on the market accepted widely as a payment method.

Ethereum (ETH) - one of the most popular cryptocurrencies in the world, Ethereum is not only crypto, but also a platform running smart contracts on a custom blockchain. Ethereum technology can be used to run decentralised applications.

Monero (XMR) - cryptocurrency focusing mainly on anonymity and privacy. Due to the algorithms Monero uses it is virtually impossible to trace the origin of transactions. Recent enabling of Bulletproofs allows making the transfer amounts invisible.

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) - modelled on Bitcoin, BCH chain allows transactions to be cheaper and faster. Besides, the block size of BCH is bigger compared to Bitcoin, so transactions are processed at a better speed and in larger quantities.

Ripple (XRP) - a token representing the transfer value in Ripple Network. XRP became somewhat a sensation due to unprecedented value rise over the last year.

ZCash (ZEC) - cryptocurrency offering improved privacy. ZEC uses zero-knowledge proofs that make it possible to hide the information about the sender, recipient and the sum transferred.

Stellar (XLM) - providing fast, cheap and safe payments for their clients, Stellar is a decentralised network based on the blockchain. Lumens (XLM) is a cryptocurrency on the Stellar network used across the platform.

Litecoin (LTC) - a lighter and faster version of Bitcoin, forked from the original blockchain. Litecoin was developed to fix the shortcomings of BTC and earned the public recognition over the years.

EOS - fuel cryptocurrency of EOS blockchain protocol. This blockchain allows eliminating fees for users and deploys decentralised apps with ease.

Cardano (ADA) - a decentralised blockchain system with ADA fuel coin. Just as Ethereum, Cardano runs on smart contracts. The difference, however, is in Cardano's ability to create decentralised apps. Exchange and smart contracts are executed on separate layers.

Binance Coin (BNB) - coin issued by Binance exchange. BNB is used for paying for Binance services as well as for trading on various exchange platforms.

Tron (TRX) - cryptocurrency associated with TRON foundation that allows content and entertainment creators to connect with their users. Tron helps their clients to upload content and share data as well as achieve the maximum level of transparency.

Tether (USDT) - created to eliminate the issue of movement pace, USDT is supported by USD with 1:1 proportion. Tether facilitates national currency transfers and acts as an alternative cryptocurrency.

DAI - stablecoin supported by Maker platform. The value of DAI is sustained to be around 1 USD using economic stimuli. With DAI, Maker is striving to create a transparent stablecoin system.

Bitcoin Gold (BTG) - cryptocurrency based on the original Bitcoin blockchain. BTG coin is striving to become a better "digital gold" than BTC. This higher goal is meant to be achieved with decentralising of the Proof-of-Work algorithm.

Aeron (ARN) - token designed for the Aeron platform. This cryptocurrency will be used by the aviation companies to pay for the services. 20 million ARN token was released during the ICO.

Decred (DCR) - relatively new cryptocurrency on the market. The developers were trying to make a product that is similar to BTC in technical characteristics, but free from the flaws. As a result, an altcoin combining both PoW and PoS models was created.

Dentacoin (DCN) - cryptocurrency created to organise dentistry patients and doctors. Dentacoin is meant to reduce costs of services as well as to improve their quality.

DigiByte (DGB) - a security-focused crypto coin with an open source code. The purpose of this transparent coin is in making fast and simple international transactions without usual transfer problems.

Dogecoin (DOGE) - formerly a joke cryptocurrency, Dogecoin is a decentralised digital coin that enables easy money transfers. Dogecoin is also famous for its welcoming and loyal community.

EthereumClassic (ETC) - the authentic Ethereum. This cryptocurrency is usual in the top 20 of the market cap and positions itself against ETH. ETC was created after one of the most known scandals in crypto history – the theft of DAO investment.

Komodo (KMD) - the creation of KMD was focused on merging the anonymity of Zcash and security of Bitcoin. As time passed, Komodo mechanisms were improved to make this coin one of the safest on the market.

Lisk (LSK) - cryptocurrency and a decentralised payment system. The main goal of Lisk was to create a platform for launching block applications.

NEM (XEM) - a new word in online economics. The abbreviation stands for New Economy Movement, a project that became known in 2015. NEM has been actively developed only from 2016 (a year after its creation).

Verge (XVG) - a cryptocurrency focusing on confidentiality of its payments and users. Verge is created with the use of BTC source code and runs on TOR network, iP2 and RingCT protocol.

AdEx (ADX) - standing for Advertising Exchange, ADX token is used to pay for ad placement. Onboarding of AdEx is facilitated by direct fiat gateway. Once cashed out, the tokens return to ADX.

Aeon - mobile-friendly privacy coin. Aeon is a lighter version of Monero that uses CryptoNote protocol and ring signatures to make transactions untraceable.

Aeternity (AE) - newly launched cryptocurrency that uses leading technologies. AE is re-imagining and scaling blockchain mechanisms of Ethereum.

Aion - a token of Aion blockchain platform. First, Aion is offered as an ERC-20 token which later can be changed to the official AION. AION official token can be freely streamed between two blockchains.

Aragon (ANT) - a token representing a share of Aragon network. Holding this token means that a user can vote on development proposals. The more ANT a user owns, the more rights they have.

Ardor (ARDR) - a fuel token of Ardor platform. ARDR cannot be mined as the system is based on hierarchy built by Ardor parent chain.

Ark (ARK) - a cryptocurrency you do not necessarily know much about, ARK is the fuel to an ecosystem that helps mass production of cryptocurrency.

Augur (REP) - decentralised prediction market platform that is built on the Ethereum blockchain. Reputation Tokens (REP) is a native cryptocurrency of this platform.

BLOCKv (VEE) - an ERC20 token that fuels operations on BLOCKv platform.

BancorNetworkToken (BNT) - an ERC20 token on the Ethereum blockchain. BNT can be purchased with other cryptocurrencies and is used as a Smart Token.

Basic Attention Token (BAT) - a token based on Ethereum. BAT is a digital advertising token.

BetterBetting (BETR) - cryptocurrency that was designed to help in decentralisation on the online sports industry.

BitSend (BSD) - decentralised digital currency that allows making payments online and in-store via an open-source platform.

Bitcoin Diamond (BCD) - cryptocurrency forked from the original Bitcoin blockchain, BCD is a global coin used to purchase products worldwide with no currency exchanges or high transaction fees.

Bitcoin Gold (BTG) - distributed digital currency. BTC is a hard fork of Bitcoin created to restore the functionality of mining.

Blocktix (TIX) - a cryptocurrency that allows hosting, transferring and paying fees to participants of an event or advertisement verification on Blocktix platform.

Bread (BRD) - a token that provides discounts and additional services to the users of Bread wallet.

Byteball Bytes (GBYTE) - cryptocurrency of Byteball that is used to pay commissions (can also be used directly to pay for goods and services).

Bytecoin (BCN) - a cryptocurrency released in 2012 as the first private untraceable coin.

Centra (CTR) - a token released by a cryptocurrency payment platform Centra.

Chronobank (TIME) - cryptocurrency issued by Chronobank to function within the platform.TIME was created on Ethereum blockchains and shows stable growth with low volatility..

Cindicator (CND) - Cindicator platform utility tokens. CND ensures that the system of economic redistribution is fair.

Civic (CVC) - native cryptocurrency of CIVIC infrastructure. CVC is an ERC20 token thriving on Ethereum blockchain.

Cofound.it (CFI) - a token used to allow various services on Cofound,it platform. The community of Cofound is using the tokens to distribute their projects.

Dash (DASH) - open-source cryptocurrency. DASH was forked from the Bitcoin protocol to permit fast and untraceable transactions.

Decent (DCT) - cryptocurrency if DECENT which allows platform activities. DCT is used to pay for operations executed on the blockchain.

Decentraland (MANA) - ERC20 cryptocurrency token that is used to purchase plots of LAND on Decentraland.

Dent (DENT) - ERC20 token that powers Dent platform. DENT acts as a digital commodity of mobile data.

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