Bitmora is of the belief that decentralized exchanges are the future, but understands the strong demand for a centralized system by investors and traders who don’t want to take on the cumbersome task of using and maintaining wallet keys by themselves. Bitmora is launching under the law of centralization, but our long-term goal is decentralized migration; beginning with optional private key importing and exporting, and eventually providing lone control over private keys. This transition will be 100% optional and will be determined by the user according to their expertise level.
Since we operate in the United States we are obligated to follow these requirements. We will not ask more than required and a notice will be shown regarding legal withdrawal requirements for transactions more than $10,000. This will prevent you from depositing too much, and not being able to withdrawal it fast enough without verification due to legality.
Fiat will not be accepted at this time.
Bitmora will be FDIC insured before launch.
Bitmora will utilize a Cross-Exchange Order Book that will allow us to take volume from other exchanges should we not have the volume to get your order filled. This will not affect the fee you pay.Whitepaper
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in your coin being listed on our exchange at launch.
No, Bitmora will only list coins that it believes to be a good fit for the exchange. Bitmora looks at a coin's developers, meaning, and volume on other exchanges to determine if it should be added. If you believe your coin belongs on our exchange you can email us at email@example.com
The following languages will be supported on our exchange at launch:
Bitmora has no intention of being anything other than the best exchange on the market. We have no plans to launch an ICO.