Gateway to Decentralized TradingIN THE HANDS OF BRIDGECOIN HOLDERS
Trade Like Never Before
CryptoBridge is a gateway to the BitShares digital asset exchange and supports trading of an ever-growing variety of popular tokens and altcoins.
You are the only one that has access to your BitShares private keys.
Future innovations will eliminate the centralization of capital deposits once multi-signature Federated Gateways are deployed.
Built on the Bitshares (BTS) platform, the orderbooks and trades are completely decentralized. Trading is available 24/7.
Altcoins & Tokens
We provide access to established cryptocurrencies while also allowing you to discover and trade up-and-coming tokens and altcoins in a variety of different trading pairs.
The blockchain behind CryptoBridge, Graphene, can process up to one hundred thousand transactions per second and has an average confirmation time of just 3 seconds. CryptoBridge has over 12 dedicated nodes and the network is steadily growing to ensure a lightning-quick and seamless trading experience.
Get Started With CryptoBridge
Is CryptoBridge a wallet or an account?
What is the difference between a local wallet and a cloud account?
Are there fees for canceling orders?
Why won't the app load?
Check your computer clock and make sure it is correct. You can also try refreshing the app or go to Settings-> Access to select another node. If you’re using the web wallet, be sure you clear your cache to ensure you’re loading the newest version.
Should I backup my password?
I lost my password. Please recover it!
Unfortunately, there is no way to recover your password with a cloud account. You are given a computer-generated 45 character password when you create your cloud account, if you lose that password there is no way for you (or anyone else) to access your account. If you’re using a local wallet you can restore your account from a local wallet key or brain key if you backed them up. If you did not do so, there is unfortunately no way for you to restore access to your account.
How do I restore a local wallet with a .bin file or brainkey?
I have my password but I cannot log in. How can I log in?
If you use a local wallet, try to restore from your backup (.bin file). If you use a cloud wallet, enter your username and password manually (don’t use the auto-fill function of browser).
I wrote down my password that I got from the permissions page, but I cannot log in with that password. Why?
It is very possible that you have written down your private key instead of your password. Your private key is NOT your password. If you created a cloud wallet, your password is an auto-generated 45 character password shown when you created your account. That is the only time you will be able to see and record your password. If you created a local wallet, you are given the opportunity to create your own password but you must still record a backup of you keys, brainkey, username and password. Should you need to restore your local wallet you will need those backups. Without them no one will have access to your local wallet account.
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