Centralized Exchanges

A centralized exchange (CEX) is a cryptocurrency exchange that operates on a centralized system, where a single entity manages the exchange's assets and trades. CEXs typically offer high liquidity, fast transaction speeds, and a wide range of trading pairs. However, they also pose significant security risks, as they are vulnerable to hacks and thefts. Moreover, centralized exchanges are subject to regulatory scrutiny and can be forced to comply with government regulations. Some popular examples of CEXs include Binance, Coinbase, and Kraken.

Koinbx : https://koinbx.com/trade/MMIT-INR

Bkex : https://www.bkex.com/trade/MMIT_USDT

Xt.com : https://www.xt.com/trade/1mmmit_usdt

Latoken : https://latoken.com/exchange/MMIT_USDT

Superex : https://www.superex.com/trade/MMIT_USDT

Hotbit : https://www.hotbit.io/exchange?symbol=MMIT_nUSD

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