[SCAM Alert] C-CEX

[SCAM Alert] C-CEX Exchange Review


C-CEX has been confirmed by countless users as a scam exchange, disappearing with users’ funds sometime around early 2019. See our rating description for more detailed info.

  • 24h Trading Volume

    0.001 BTC
  • Headquater


[SCAM Alert] C-CEX Exchange Review

  • [SCAM Alert] C-CEX Withdraw

    Withdrawals free of charge

  • [SCAM Alert] C-CEX Deposit fees

    Desposits free of charge
  • [SCAM Alert] C-CEX Trading fees

    All trades have a 0.2% fee applied.

  • Fiat Deposit

  • Accepted Payment Method

    Crypto to Crypto, Crypto to FIAT
  • Native Token

  • Margin Trading


[SCAM Alert] C-CEX Exchange Score Analysis

The most important thing you need to know about C-CEX: This exchange has exit-scammed its customers and we strongly recommend against staying away from it. C-CEX experienced a hack on 10 September 2018 losing all DOGE and LTC coins. Afterwards, the exchange started to reduce the amount of coins they offer gradually. Their website still wrongfully claims they are offering 100 different tokens, at the moment there are just 3. Website is raw and difficult to operate. The team behind C-CEX is completely anonymous, even the country they operate from was not disclosed to the public – although online searches, alongside this dedicated call-out Twitter account claim the team is from Ukraine. Overall, this is a prime example of an exchange to stay away from like fire, and the ugly side of the young crypto industry.