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About company:

Cryptocurrency exchange PHEMEX has been operating since 2019. Founded by a former employee of Morgan Stanley. Registered in Singapore. The exchange supports trading of 30 cryptocurrencies. As well as about 200 currency pairs for spot transactions. The maximum leverage is 1:100. The audience of PHEMEX is more than 1 million users. Commissions charged: 0.025% from the taker and 0.075% from the maker. For making the first deposit, the user receives a welcome bonus of $100.

3 thoughts on “PHEMEX  Review

  1. Personally, I can note the comprehensive support and assistance – both at the verification stage, and then directly with trading. Working hours – 24/7. You can communicate with experts via online chat. Representatives of the exchange conduct market research and try to give you the maximum range of opportunities. If you use it wisely and keep a cool head, you can work well here.

  2. Pluses – they don’t take money for replenishing their account, they are very modest in trading commissions, and the withdrawal frequency limit is no more than three times a day – that’s enough for me.
    In terms of functionality, everyone is happy. The interface is pleasant, which is important if you stare at the monitor for 8-10 hours. Cons – without having official confirmation of income, you can run into difficulties with verification procedures.
    Pysy. Thanks for the promo code. I will definitely use it on my next exchange 🙂

  3. I am very picky about the information that such platforms provide about themselves. It requires me to turn inside out inside out – docks, selfies, passports, receipts. So let everyone be honest about themselves.
    We look: they claim that there is a license, but they do not show it anywhere. No place found on the site. Then they take care of your safety, but information about the risks is given only in English. It is clear, of course, that there is a Google translator, but still … I do not risk it yet. But if they fix it, maybe I’ll try. I read that there are interesting things in the toolkit.

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