A cryptocurrency (or crypto currency) is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses cryptography to secure its transactions, to control the creation of additional units, and to verify the transfer of assets. Cryptocurrencies are classified as a subset of digital currencies and are also classified as a subset of alternative currencies and virtual currencies. Cryptocurrencies use decentralized control as opposed to centralized electronic money and central banking systems. The decentralized control of each cryptocurrency works through a blockchain, which is a public transaction database, functioning as a distributed ledger.
CoinPulse is the first cryptocurrency exchange that is completely based around and supported by its community. Token holders will have a say in its majority of the decisions. Majority of the functions on CoinPulse have been included based on suggestions received from its community and we will proudly continue to do this!
CoinPulse token holders get exclusive discounts along with multiple trading options that include orders books for different cryptocurrency pairings, highest security, referral bonus, and other advanced features.
CoinPulse (CPL) token is an ERC223 token created by the developers of CoinPulse, which offers a number of valuable benefits when used for trading any cryptocurrency on the CoinPulse exchange. Speak with the community by joining our telegram group to get more details about extraordinary benefits you will receive as a token holder.
We have employed state-of-the-art technologies and optimal security practices to keep your digital assets as safe as possible at all times. All your information on CoinPulse exchange is secured to the highest degree. Some of the security features include 2FA, Google ReCaptcha, KYC, etc. Additionally, we keep over 90% of assets in cold storage. Above listed security measures does not include many other measures we have in place, but we cannot share all of them due to security reasons.
This option can be found on "Wallets" page. Please use the option "Deposit" associated with the coin/token you want to deposit in your CoinPulse wallet. Please note that CoinPulse exchange will not be able to deposit coin/token if you use incorrect deposit address to deposit coin/token in your CoinPulse wallet. Example: using deposit address of Ethereum to deposit Bitcoin will result in to loss of Bitcoin you deposit. It is always advisable to copy deposit address instead of typing it.
This option can be found on "Wallets" page. Use the option "Withdraw" associated with the coin/token you want to withdraw from your CoinPulse wallet. Enter withdraw address or use any of the saved withdraw addresses to withdraw your coin/token.
The Limit order will automatically execute once a price match occurs. Otherwise, it will continue as an open order until it expires. To place the limit order, a user selects the pair and enters the amount and the maximum (for buying) or minimum (for selling) price.
The Market order will instantly execute based on an aggregate pricing algorithm. The price is generated by aggregating orders from the exchange. A user selects the pair and enters the amount. The trading price will automatically be provided by the system. This order is instantly accepted by the exchange once the user selects the pair, enters the amount, and confirms.
A stop-limit order is an order to place a regular buy or sell order that will execute when the highest bid or lowest ask reaches a specified price. This limit is often referred to as the "stop”. This can be an extremely helpful tool for protecting profits or minimizing losses. The stop-limit box has three inputs: Stop - think of this as the "trigger price." If you place a stop-limit order to sell, it will turn into a regular limit order when the highest bid drops to or below the stop. If you place a stop-limit order to buy, it will turn into a regular limit order when the lowest ask rises to or exceeds the stop. Limit - this is the same as the "Price" on a regular buy or sell order. Once your stop-limit order has been triggered by the highest bid or lowest ask reaching your stop price, it turns into a buy or sell order for the price you enter in the limit field. Amount - this is same as the "Amount" on a regular buy or sell order. It indicates the amount of cryptocurrencies you wish to buy or sell should your stop-limit order be triggered.
Trailing Stop Loss by CoinPulse: A Revolution Step towards Stop Loss Pricing! This a powerful, hard-to-find feature which allows users to set a stop order that will be automatically adjusted each time the asset moves 20% upward from the price it was started at. There will be a standard stop loss with an optional checkbox that will trigger the Trailing Stop Loss feature, for e.g. if you want to sell an asset only if it goes down 10% from the current price, you set a regular Stop Loss Limit as such. When you check the Trailing Stop Loss option, the order will execute as usual at the price you set it if the asset then goes down to that 10% threshold, but if the asset’s price first goes up by 20%, the Stop Limit will also go up by 20% from the original stop loss limit you set. Each time the asset goes up by 20% increments, your sell price protection (Stop Limit) also goes up by 20%, thereby letting you automatically take advantage of the asset moving in your favor without having to readjust the Stop Limit to benefit from the overall increase in the asset price. The Trailing Stop Loss option, denoted by “i”, will be placed beside the Stop Loss option. Traders will have to “check” it in order to avail the benefit of automatic stop loss trailing. The stop loss price will keep increasing in 20% increments at every 20% increase in the original asset price. The Trailing Stop Loss, once updated by the system (i.e. when 20% increase is registered), will change only upwards at every 20% increment based on the asset’s price. It will never go downwards unless the user cancels the stop loss order. Note: Trailing Stop Loss will work in Sats and not in $ value. Users must set their trade values based on prices in Sats (1 Sat is the lowest fraction of BTC).