Bityard Review: Singapore’s fully-compliant exchange wants to make margin trading crypto simple and accessible to all – CryptoSlate

A new cryptocurrency exchange is capitalizing on the market gaps that other trading participants have failed to fulfill, while promising market-leading execution tools and institutional-level liquidity for users.

Its motto is singular and forward-thinking; making crypto trading simple while taking the “complexity out of contracts.” Bityard’s product goal is to offer complex contracts with a simple trading experience.

Making margin trading simple

Bityard, founded in late-2019 in Singapore, was built on the belief that existing solutions for margin trading popular and large-cap cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin, Ether, Bitcoin Cash, and XRP, is not geared at beginners.

Simply put; while BitMex, Deribit, and similar exchanges offer a good product with world-class execution, they are not immediately intuitive for crypto newcomers. Both exchange boast millions in daily trading volume and are the mainstays of many crypto hedge funds.

However, Bityard wants to make the leverage trading process much more simple for the everyday cryptocurrency individual, or even mom-and-pop type investors looking for larger market exposure with lesser capital.

Bityard’s brand ambassador is Buakaw Banchamek, a Thai boxing champion. Banchamek’s popularity and influence will help propel the exchange to newer heights, and usher in millions of users to margin trading using simple tools.

(Source: Bityard Facebook page)

Bityard’s mobile and online tools provide a simple, intuitive interface for users; including how much leverage to choose from, the amount of crypto to bet on a certain position, and very succinct buttons on