Mercatox Exchange Review


Mercatox Overview

  • Mercatox is a UK-based cryptocurrency exchange. They offer a variety of services in an attempt to appeal to traders, including: a multi-currency e-wallet, margin trading, lending, and franchising capabilities as well as referral and loyalty programs. They purport to make it easy to perform peer-to-peer trading of digital assets.

    On their site, Mercatox touts that they offer “unique currency pairs.” They have listed a number of more obscure alt-coins alongside the more well-known currencies like bitcoin, ethereum, dogecoin, and dash.

    Mercatox’s trading platform has a built-in chatroom that loads alongside it which appears to encourage a more social trading experience -- although it’s worth noting that in the process of researching Mercatox, we watched the same message for joining a mining scheme spammed repeatedly to the live chat room, suggesting a need for better moderation.

    Mercatox exchange emphasizes on their website that the security of the customer has a high priority. However, unlike others, they do not specify which safety measures they use but advice their customers on how to keep their accounts safe.

    Mercatox offers a fixed trading fee of 0.25% and different withdrawal fees for all currencies. Minimum amounts of withdrawal also differ depending on the currency and account used and can be found on the website. Unlike others, Mercatox also has a minimum amount for a deposit, depending on the currency, that indicates that the site is less suitable for beginners.

    Many payment methods like Perfect Money, OkPay, Yandex Money, etc. and fiat currencies like USD, EUR, and RUB are supported by Mercatox. However, they do not accept credit cards and bank wire transfer. Mercatox also offers many benefits for loyal customers, like a two-level affiliate program, loyalty programs (customers get rewarded for promotion through points and privileges) and lower rates. 

    Mercatox Exchange Review, Trading Fees, Deposit and Markets

    • 24h Trading Volume

      240.489 BTC

      • Mercatox Total Trading Pairs


        • Mercatox Margin Trading


          • Mercatox Deposit Fees


            • Mercatox Trading Fees


              • Mercatox Fiat Deposit


                • Accepted Payment Methods


                  • Mercatox Native Token


                    • Native Token Smart Contract


                      • Mercatox Trading Markets
                        • Mercatox Stablecoins Trading

                          Mercatox Withdrawals

                          • Daily Withdrawal Limit

                            unverified users - 1 BTC, verified users - 10 BTC

                            • Mercatox Withdrawal Fees

                              ETH - 0.002 ETH LTC - 0.002 LTC Full list of fees can be found here

                              • Mercatox Withdrawal Fees Discount


                                • Proof of Reserves


                                  Mercatox Exchange Rating Analysis

                                  Last edit 28.11.2019

                                  • Mercatox lists useless coins almost as quickly as it is gaining notoriety. The UK-based exchange was hacked on 17 September 2018, while users lost their coins stored on the exchange.

                                    Although Mercatox claims that they keep most of the funds using cold wallets and that they use 2 factor authentication on withdrawals, the exchange does not seem reliable at all - and the team is completely anonymous. Apparently, Mercatox has very high volumes, who also look very suspicious.

                                    We have a hard time believing Mercatox could fend off another attack, once it becomes lucrative enough for hackers to target.

                                    Mercatox Exchange KYC and AML

                                    Mercatox Exchange Additional Information