There is a huge number of different cryptocurrency exchanges in the modern financial world. Some of them are big and some of them are small and have no real influence. Sometimes cryptocurrency exchanges become a source of stress or even fraud, but whoever has any cryptocurrency on his or her account, has to register on the cryptocurrency exchange.
More than 80% of Africans currently do not have access to bank accounts, and many of the continent’s residents suffer from hyperinflationary currencies. In Zimbabwe it is very difficult to conduct a simple banking transaction. Consequently, this region can become a fertile ground for the adoption of the crypto currency. One of the most important cryptocurrency exchanges in Africa, BitcoinFundi, launched by the Zimbabwean startup BitFinance, added a Litecoin and Dash to its online platform. Previously, Bitcoin was the only cryptocurrency, available on the exchange.
In summer 2017 cryptocurrency exchanges all over the world faced many problems, connected to the adoption of Bitcoin Cash. For example, three best Bitcoin exchanges in India — Zebpay, Unocoin and Coinsecure — have shown that they will not support Bitcoin Cash, a new digital currency, which was expected to be activated on August 1, 2017.