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DeCurret launched an order-book exchange service for physical trading of cryptoassets


DeCurret launched an order-book exchange service for physical trading of cryptoassets.

DeCurret Inc. (HQ: Chiyoda-ward, Tokyo Japan; President & CEO: Kazuhiro Tokita, hereinafter “DeCurret”) is pleased to announce that it has launched an order-book exchange service for physical trading of cryptoassets on Monday, April 19, 2021.

DeCurret has been offering a two-way exchange service for cash transactions since April 2019, and in response to requests from many customers, we have realized the provision of an order-book exchange service.

We will continue to expand our services to meet the needs of our customers, including automatic savings and the addition of new issues.


■Features of Exchange Services

(1)Handling pairs




A Taker/Maker system has been introduced, which allows you to receive a commission when your Maker order is executed.


(3)Open information

The exchange displays all limit orders and execution status, so you can trade based on all trading history and other information to predict investors’ demand.


(4)Sophisticated UI and multifunctional charting tools

Our unique browser UI is designed for high usability like overseas exchanges, and is also compatible with smartphone browsers, so you can easily trade on the go at any time.

The charts are based on TradingView, which is popular among financial traders, and technical analysis tool is also available.


(5)Useful APIs

In addition to trading, you can also view real-time rates, charts, order history, execution history, and more. Sample codes to easily start automated trading is available on GitHub. The sample codes will be expanded as needed.


■Details of Exchange Services

Please read the trading rules and precautions below before applying.

■Contact us

If you have any questions about our services, please contact us at below.


【Difference between an order-book exchange and an two-way exchange】

The counterparties for transactions are different between order-book exchanges and two-way exchanges.

On two-way exchanges, trading is done relative to the customer and the Company. You can buy and sell cryptoassets at the price we bid/offer.

On order-book exchanges, trading is mainly done between customers. The price at which cryptoassets are bought and sold is determined by the supply and demand among customers. Since trading is done between customers, it may take some time before the trade is completed. This is also known as "board trading" and is conducted by referring to the "board", which is a list of buy and sell orders for the issue (currency pair) that you are planning to trade, organized by price.