Making a new world for Crypto needs- BENEFITS
Decentralized exchanges are a popular way to trade Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies without the restrictions of larger centralized platforms. They allow users to buy and sell cryptocoins from each other without the involvement of a middleman or a third-party.
Decentralized Servers: Many decentralized cryptocurrency exchanges are hosted on decentralized servers. This means that all of their servers aren’t located within a single location and are often spread out around the world. Some servers can even be truly decentralized by existing solely in the cloud. This method of hosting can make decentralized exchanges much harder to hack than traditionally hosted exchanges, thus making user data and funds more secure.
Not Restricted by Law: Not being restricted to one physical location, decentralized cryptocurrency exchanges are much harder to regulate or even shut down. This can be good news for users of Bitcoin and other cryptocoins who live in countries where cryptocurrency is illegal.
More Privacy: Most decentralized exchanges do require the creation of an account before you can begin trading. However, unlike more centralized exchanges such as Coinbase which needs to confirm users’ identities via various forms of official government ID, most decentralized exchanges allow anyone to create an account under any name they choose with very little or no approval process. This can be admittedly bad for governments and the finance sector but it is a feature that is becoming more attractive to those citizens who are weary of Big Brother tracking their every move.
Coin Responsibility: Centralized exchanges store all of the crypto funds placed on their exchanges which can potentially make them vulnerable to hackers. Decentralized exchanges on the other hand often leave ownership of cryptocurrency in the hands of their users and simply act as a place for peer-to-peer trading.