1. Coinbase

Coinbase is a publicly traded American corporation. courtesy- coinbase

2. Kraken

In 2011, the United States-based cryptocurrency exchange and bank Kraken was established. courtesy -BusinessWiret

3. Robinhood

Allows for the commission-free trading of stocks and cryptocurrencies. courtesy -Robinhood

4. Crypto.com

headquartered in Singapore the business will have 50 million consumers by 2022. Courtesy-crypto

5. FTX

Bahamas-based corporate headquarters has had than a million users as of February 2022. Binance Courtesy-FTx

6. Binance

As far as reported trading volume goes, Binance is the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world. Courtesy- Binancet

7. Gemini

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss started the company in 2014. Clients can buy, sell, and store digital assets. Courtesy- Gemini

8. GMO Coin

The main office is in Tokyo, which is in Japan. Masatoshi Kumagai set up the company. Courtesy - GMO Coin

9. eToro

eToro comes from Israel. It was started in 2007 as RetailFX. Courtesy-. eToro