A website with a more modern feel and design, Xchange.me claims to scour dozens (or hundreds) of different markets looking for the cheapest way to exchange one coin into another, at the best rate. The concept is extremely similar to Changelly or SideShift, except Xchange.me offers a simple % fee for each swap, and supports over 200 cryptos for swapping. Regardless of what conversion you are making, trades for BTC or XMR carry a fee of 1.5%, and all other trades carry a fee of 2%.
There is no language in the Xchange.me terms of service that indicates U.S. residents – or residents from any country for that matter – are restricted from using their services. They do mention that it is the user’s responsibility to comply with local laws before/when using their service.
Xchange.me’s swapping process is one of the most straight-forward around. There is no signup process involved unless you are planning to register as an affiliate. Just select the two coins/tokens you wish to swap, press “Exchange Now”, enter a refund and deposit address, and press “Exchange”. Your order will be created for a simple, straight fee.
One of the only drawbacks to Xchange.me is its slow speed. The company provides a service at a very competitive rate because it does not guarantee trades will be executed within certain time constraints. Instead of a swap taking up to half an hour, they warn most swaps take between 30 minutes and two hours. If time is not of the essence, using Xchange.me’s flat rate can result in significant savings compared to similar exchanges, especially for smaller coins that aren’t likely to be supported elsewhere.
Some of the most popular altcoins supported by Xchange.me include privacy coins like DASH, XMR and ZEC. They also carry all of the heavyweight regulars, including ETH, LTC, DOT, DAI, USDT, ADA, etc. In all, there isn’t much of a cleaner service for exchanging one crypto for another if you don’t mind a slight, additional waiting period.