Due to Chinese regulatory pressure Yunbi ceased trading
Due to Chinese regulatory pressure Yunbi ceased trading on August 18th 2017
YUNBI, formerly Peatio Exchange, is a cryptocurrency exchange cofunded by BitFundPE. YUNBI started in July 2013, and after a 9-month trial run, they announced its formal launch at April 1, 2014.
Built with the code released by Peatio Open Source Project, YUNBI adheres to the principle of integrity, transparency and being open-sourced, offering customers a highly-safe and easily-operating platform to trade digital currencies.
All the team members of YUNBI exchange are core developers in Peatio project. Coming from Ruby China, they are energetic activists, passionate on programming and experts in creating software.
YUNBI uses Markle Tree to prove reserves. Every customer can validate assets anytime they want. Besides, they publish YUNBI’s reserves everyday on twitter / facebook / weibo, and they’ve been doing this since the first day they started running.
YUNBI promises that they would hold on tight to the original intentions of Peatio project, and they would never abuse their customers’ assets.
Yunbi is mainly Japanese-focused exchange, however they provide good English translation for the site, with a lot of tutorials and guides on how to trade on their exchange, therefore it may be easy for new traders to learn how to use it to its full extend and possibilities. The design is clean and simple, the site easy to navigate through. They have quite low fees compared to other exchanges.
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