For a variety of reasons, its good to know where your crypto exchange is domiciled. For tax reasons, where your exchange is domiciled can impact if you have to file an FBAR. In the unfortunate event that your exchange is hacked, the jurisdiction where the platform is based will help you figure out how to recover your crypto if possible? 

Here is a handy list you can use to identify where your crypto exchange is based:

Argentina

  • South Exchange

Australia

  • BTC Markets

Austria

  • BitPanda
  • Ethermine
  • Virwox

Belize

  • Livecoin

Brazil

  • Bleutrade
  • Foxbit
  • Mercadobitcoin

Canada

  • CoinSquare
  • Jaxx Wallet
  • Quadrigsacx
  • Tuxexchange

Cayman Islands

  • Gate.io

China

  • Bibox
  • Bitmain
  • LakeBTC
  • Yunbi
  • CoinsMarkets

Czech Republic

  • Changelly

Decentralized

  • Bisq.io
  • CoinExchange.io
  • EtherDelta
  • Exodus

Estonia

  • Exscudo

France

  • Paynium

Germany

  • Bitcoin.de
  • C-Cex

Hong Kong

  • Bitfinex
  • GateCoin
  • HitBTC
  • OkCoin
  • OKex

India 

  • Zebpay

Indonesia

  • Bitcoin Indonesia
  • Bitcoin.co.id

Israel 

  • CoinMama

Italy

  • BitGrail 

Japan

  • Bitflyer     
  • Coincheck     
  • Liquid  (Formerly Qryptos)  

Korea

  • Korbit

Lithuania

  • Coingate

Luxemburg

  • Blockchain.info

Malta

  • The Rock
  • Binance (was Japan)

Mexico

  • Bitso

New Zealand

  • Cryptopia

Poland

  • Bitbay

Rep of Seychelles

  • BitMex 

Russia

  • Btc-e
  • Goldmint
  • Tidex
  • Waves
  • Yobit

Singapore

  • COSS
  • Huobi
  • KuCoin

South Korea

  • Bithumb
  • Coinone

Sweden

  • Nova Exchange

Switzerland

  • Shapeshift
  • uShift
  • Vaultoro

Thailand

  • Bx.in.Th

UAE

  • Ust Tech

United Kingdom

  • Exmo
  • Bitconnect
  • BitStamp
  • Cashaa
  • CEX.IO
  • Coinmate
  • Coinsbank
  • Cryptogo
  • Gatehub
  • Indacoin
  • Liqui
  • Mercatox
  • Tradesatoshi

United States

  • Abra
  • Bitcoin.com
  • BitPay
  • BitShares DEX
  • Bittrex
  • Circle
  • Coinbase
  • Coinbase Pro (formerly GDAX)
  • Gemini
  • itBit
  • Kraken 
  • Oasis
  • Paxful
  • Poloniex (now owned by Circle)
  • Xcoins.io


This list is for informational purposes and current as of the publication of this article. Many crypto asset platforms change jurisdictions so you should always double check this list. 

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