Coinone Review: A South Korean Cryptocurrency Exchange

Coinone is a South Korean cryptocurrency exchange founded in 2015, it is #8 on BlockExplorer’s top 25 cryptocurrency exchanges of 2017 list. Coinone is one of the larger Korean cryptocurrency exchanges, and as such, it is recommended to mid to large-scale traders, specifically those looking to trade in Won. As all trades on Coinone occur in Won, and all Coinone trading pairs are cryptocurrency to Won.

Coinone

coinone cryptoURL:  coinone.co.kr
Total trading pairs: 9
Deposit fees: No
Withdrawal fees: Yes, per currency
Trading fees: 0.00% – 0.15%
Margin Trading: Yes
Verification: Yes, multiple levels

Registration

Registration is simple, requiring you to enter an email address, password, and solve a simple CAPTCHA-like puzzle. You receive an email to confirm your email address, though it is all in Korean. You can change the language emails are sent in the account configuration, though by default this is set to Korean.

Fees

Coinone breaks down its fees into a tiered maker/taker scheme that is based on the total you have traded in the last 30 days. And that total is updated daily at 3 AM. On the low-end fees are 0.1% for both makers and takers with 100,000,000 Won or lower in trades. On the High end, fees are 0% for makers and 0.02% for takers with 50,000,000,000 Won or more in trades. All margin trades carry a flat 0.15% fee for both makers and takers.

There are no deposit fees, and withdrawal fees differ by currency, there is a list of fees per currency available on Coinone’s site.

Interface

Coinone’s interface is a very clean and bright white with blue highlights. While the trading interface is well thought out there are some sections that are in Korean even when the selected language is English.

There is a chart of your currently selected trading pair at the top of the page. Below the chart on the left is the current order book for the selected trading pair and on the right is where you can submit buy or sell orders. On the right of the entire page is an overview of all currencies Coinone trades and their current price, below which is the status of your current orders. Further below on the right is your current fee rank, with how much more you need to trade to move up a fee level.

Verification

Coinone has four verification levels. And to withdraw currency you are required to have at least level one. Each verification level has higher withdrawal limits than the previous one

Verification Level Requirements Withdrawal Limit
Level 1 Email and location 1,000 KRW
Level 2 Phone number based authentication 500,000 KRW
Level 3 OTP Registration 1,000,000 KRW
Level 4 Review by operations team 100,000,000+ KRW

 

Security

OTP (One time password) also referred to as 2FA is available, though the method of configuration is unclear.

Armin Davis

Armin is a cryptocurrency mining and computer security enthusiast. Writing is fun too.

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