[SCAM Alert] Coinbe

[SCAM Alert] Coinbe Exchange Review

  • 24h Trading Volume

    258.723 BTC
  • Headquater


[SCAM Alert] Coinbe Exchange Review

  • [SCAM Alert] Coinbe Withdraw

    BTC – 0.0005 BTC

    BCH – 0.001 BCH

    ETH – 0.005 ETH

    Full list of fees can be found here

  • [SCAM Alert] Coinbe Fees Discount

    Lower fees for higher monthly trading volume.

    Details can be found here

  • [SCAM Alert] Coinbe Deposit fees

    Deposit fees can be found here:
  • Fiat Deposit

  • Accepted Payment Method

    Crypto to Crypto, Crypto to FIAT
  • Native Token

  • Margin Trading


[SCAM Alert] Coinbe Exchange Score Analysis

Coinbe is a polish exchange, which, after thoughtful consideration, we believe to be at best a very poorly run exchange with no regards to customer needs and at worst an outright malicious team intentionally trying to steal funds from users. The site itself is very poorly structured, with poor english combined with polish at some places, preventing users from understanding basic usage of the exchange. The exchange allegedly offers trading cryptocurrency against fiat currencies, namely USD, EUR and PLN, although the process of providing bank account details seems impossible to understand for english speakers and we do not recommend it. After minimal analysis it is very clear most trading volume on the exchange is orchestrated by bots and is done to maintain ranking positions, while real users almost do not trade on the exchange at all. It also comes as no surprise the Coinbe team is nowhere to be found on the internet, our attempts to contact their support have failed, and there are reports online that the exchange has stopped honoring funds withdrawal requests, keeping user funds. To conclude, Coinbe does not bother to appear legitimate, displays all the wrong practices and we extremely recommend to avoid using the Coinbe exchange or entrusting them with any information or funds.