10ex is integrated into the world’s largest cryptocurrency trading platforms. Our platform makes bids and asks in less than a second, then selects and suggests the most favorable available rate and displays the estimated rate on our platform for you. The rates remain approximate until a transaction is actually made on the blockchain. The exchange rate at the time of a transaction may differ slightly from the estimated rate that you see when you begin your transaction.
10ex is powered and operated by Ibinex, a groundbreaking exchange solution created by our experienced team made up of more than 100 technologists, publishers, analysts and marketers dedicated to our mission. Located in countries worldwide, every member of the 10ex team believes in the empowering capability of cryptocurrency. We will make sure you’ll receive the most favorable rates possible by comparing a wide range of reliable global trading platforms for you.
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A wallet is a digital place where you store cryptocurrency coins and tokens. A wallet address is a combination of digits that are randomly generated (digits + letters) and associated with a particular wallet. To exchange cryptocurrencies on 10ex, you need to provide a wallet address where you can receive your exchanged currency.
First you decide what coin you’d like to buy. Then you find a stable wallet version. Every coin has an official wallet and a unique address with a private key that is required to restore your wallet if lost. 10ex will never ask for your private keys. Store them in a safe place and don’t show them to anyone. Once private keys are stolen, your wallet and your coins will be lost and irretrievable.
In every crypto exchange transaction there is always a sender and a recipient. The recipient’s address is the wallet address that will receive the currency you want to buy. For example, let’s say you would like to buy Ether (ETH). You would then specify an ETH wallet address in the recipient field. Basically, the recipient’s wallet address is a customer's address to which 10ex will send coins once a transaction is complete.