Bitstamp Shiba Inu

Listing SHIB, Ethereum Name Service, Decentraland and Loopring brings the total number of coins on Bitstamp exchange over 70 as of June 2022.

Bitstamp is the oldest crypto exchange, around since 2011 shortly after the launch of Bitcoin. It’s built a trusted reputation as a simple fiat on-ramp for beginners to buy crypto, and is open to the United States – although some listed cryptos like XRP aren’t available in the US.

Cryptoassets are a highly volatile unregulated investment product. Your capital is at risk.

Cryptos on Bitstamp

How many cryptos are on Bitstamp exactly? The total is now 73 according to the website, including:

  • DeFi coins – LINK, MKR, UNI
  • Gaming coins – GALA, GODS, SLP
  • NFT coins – AXS, ENJ, SAND
  • Layer-1 coins – BTC, ETH, BNB
  • Layer-2 coins – AVAX, IMX, MATIC

Three fiat currencies are supported – USD, EUR, GBP- and seven stable coins are listed – USDT, USDC, DAI, GUSD, PAX, UST and EURT.

Bitstamp is ranked #13 on Coinmarketcap according to its exchange score rating which factors in reliability as well as volume and liquidity.

While Bitstamp’s trading volume is lower than exchanges that offer both spot trading and futures trading on leverage like Binance, FTX and Bitfinex, it is well-trusted and regulated, similar to eToro.

So it scores highly, despite not yet reaching the 600+ number of coins on Binance or 150+ on Coinbase.

Bitstamp recently opened up its Bitstamp Earn program to the USA, which allows users to stake ETH 2.0, and ALGO – with more cryptocurrencies planned to be added to the list of staking coins.

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