Founded in 2013 as Korea's first cryptocurrency exchange, Korbit provides the next generation of financial asset trading services through blockchain and fintech. Backed by leading investors, including SoftBank, Pantera, Tim Draper, and DCG, Korbit was acquired in 2017 by NXC, the holding company of Nexon, a multi-billion-dollar gaming conglomerate. Currently, Korbit is one of the major cryptocurrency exchanges in Korea that have the soon to be legally required security certifications and banking integrations. It aims to continually build a diversified financial platform on which people anywhere can exchange digital assets securely and conveniently.
At this very moment, Korbit supports MKR, XLM, TRX, BSV, BCHA, SNT, BNB, YFI, FIL, ZRX, ZEC, WBTC, KNC, BTG, BAT, ZIL, GLM, BTC, QTUM, OMG, LOOM, EOS, LTC, UNI, POLY, XRP, FET, BCH, ADA, LINK, ETH, AERGO, USDC, ETC, and DAI tokens.