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Yobit was started in 2014 in Panama. The digital currency exchange platform was launched on the BitcoinTalk forum from where it garnered the interest of bitcoin traders. It supports trading in over 200 cryptocurrencies across 380 markets. Multiple security features integrated into the platform offer superior security.


User-friendly interface
Sophisticated security features
Supports high volume trading
Multilingual to cater to its extensive customer base


No mobile application
No leverage trading


The website is multilingual to cater to Russian, English and Chinese traders. It has a simple, easy to navigate user interface with well-streamlined mouse motion coordination. Yobit provides a trading chart to keep members up to date with market trends as well as new digital currencies. However, at times the charts are outdated.

Payment methods, deposits and withdrawals

Yobit supports preferred deposit methods including Okpay, Payeer, AdvCash, Perfect Money and Capitalist. Deposits are free for all options apart from Payeer that charges 2% on the amount deposited.

Verification process has an easy to follow verification which once completed sends a confirmation email to the trader’s email account within five minutes. Ones the trader confirms the confirmation email they can start to make deposits, withdrawals and other transactions immediately.


The platform incorporates multiple security features. Upon registering, users are required to install Google Authenticator that validates all transactions fast. Individuals can switch to 2-factor authentication under the settings tab. Additional Yobit security features are file system encryption, SSL, anti-DDOS, an intelligent blocking system for suspicious activities on the platform as well as cold and hot wallets. Every transaction is allocated a unique transaction code usually referred to as Yobi Code.


Yobit only accepts USD as fiat currency. It supports USD-Bitcoin transactions. Bitcoins are used to trade against the other cryptocurrencies allowed on the platform. These are Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Dash and Doge among others.

66% of retail CFD accounts lose money