Ternion is a hybrid crypto exchange with a fiat gateway and integrated merchant services.
The Ternion Exchange is a regulated, licensed and centralized entity which allows crypto to crypto, fiat to crypto and crypto to fiat trading.
In the post Token Sale stage the exchange will become hybrid. It will facilitate a decentralized exchange with a centralized one.
The Ternion Payment Processor is a payment gateway that can be implemented at the discretion of a vendor and it issues cards to its users. The users can also use the debit card to pay the vendors. Vendors can choose to receive fiat or cryptocurrency for the goods and services by implementing the Ternion API into their payment method. This is made possible due to the integration of the Exchange into the system.
The Ternion Liquidity Fund supports two business models and is the backbone of the Exchange and the Payments Processor. The Fund stores a quarter of the accumulated funds to have available liquidity for the future expansion of Ternion globally.
Ternion offers its clients a wide spectrum of services to enjoy and benefit from the ease of digital currency trading.
Crypto-to-crypto exchange. Securely trade different altcoins against major cryptocurrency pairs.
Crypto-to-fiat exchange. Trade the top 10 major coins with confidence and ease.
Margin Trading with leverage up to 100x for crypto-to-fiat trading feature with our transparent and convenient rates in accordance to the Maker-Taker fee schedule.
List Your Coins on the Ternion exchange and take an early advantage of cryptocurrency trading. Ternion offers priority listing to the projects that have either concluded or are still in the process of conducting an ICO.
Accepted currencies for payment for listing - BTC, ETH, TRN
Current number of Listed alt coins on the Exchange: 5
Price for Listing: 35 000$
Expanded deposit options and Ternion Academy: Coming Soon
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