G7finance.com - Crypto Currency Updates logo G7finance.com - Crypto Currency Updates logo

The Rock Trading

The Rock Trading

In 2007, "The Rock Insurance Co." was born as a Virtual Insurance Company in Second Life, the first one of its kind. Since then, their product has evolved a lot but they kept the same management team. In 2010, they changed their name to “The Rock Trading”, with a division dedicated to managing funds and an exchange to trade currencies and stocks. In June 2011, the first Bitcoin was traded on The Rock Trading, making it one of the oldest exchanges still alive! As the website continued to grow, they started to add new currencies (such as Litecoin, Namecoin and others) and in May 2013 they became a Ripple gateway and an official XRP reseller. July 2013 marks another important change for The Rock Trading: it became a certified Limited Liability Company, registered in Malta and founded by Andrea Medri (CFO) and Davide Barbieri (CTO), two entrepreneurs well known in the Italian Bitcoin community. Jumio (Safe Harbor Act certification) handles the steps needed to complete the verification of the customers in the fastest and safest way possible. They established an agreement with one of the safest Bitcoin wallets in the industry, GreenAddress: their exchange uses only multisig addresses and it allows zero-confirmation Bitcoin deposits, making it even faster to transfer the funds from your wallet to The Rock Trading. Another useful resource for clients is a prepaid card that can be ordered by every verified customer and can be loaded directly from the exchange, with the funds held on it..

Order book
No
Trades
Yes
Type
Centralized
Country
Italy

Fees

Currencies: 0.02 % - 0.20% Margin Trading : 0.01% Rollover fee (every 4 hours) Dark Orders: 0.30% starting fee Fastlane: 2 %

Rating

2.8/5

Full address

Galleria del Corso 2 20122 - Milan Italy Email: [email protected]


Related exchanges

A list of related exchanges. The following list contains the top crypto exchanges which support Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, XRP and other famous alt-coins. Also, this list provides a glimpse overview to indicate which exchanges is better for active trading.

Get Crypto Newsletter
Read the Disclaimer : All content provided herein our website, hyperlinked sites, associated applications, forums, blogs, social media accounts and other platforms (“Site”) is for your general information only, procured from third party sources. We make no warranties of any kind in relation to our content, including but not limited to accuracy and updatedness. No part of the content that we provide constitutes financial advice, legal advice or any other form of advice meant for your specific reliance for any purpose. Any use or reliance on our content is solely at your own risk and discretion. You should conduct your own research, review, analyse and verify our content before relying on them. Trading is a highly risky activity that can lead to major losses, please therefore consult your financial advisor before making any decision. No content on our Site is meant to be a solicitation or offer