Founded in early 2013 as CHBTC.com, ZB.com is an unregulated and unregistered digital asset trading platform.
CHBTC.com was originally a Chinese trading platform, but when Chinese regulators banned cryptocurrency trading in 2017, the company closed its China business and regrouped with its overseas team to form ZB.com, now based in Hong Kong.
There is a wide range of cryptocurrencies ZB has that traders can trade on the platform. Of course, the list of assets includes popular ones like BTC, ETH, SOL, SHIB, and many others.
Users can also trade spots and derivatives on the platform and trade various digital assets.
Users can also make investments and earn passively by deploying or lending their assets. Members can even participate in events to win rewards or become referral partners.
ZB has developed two different versions of its trading interface. While the basic version is understandably limited to a minimum of complicated features to help beginners get started, the Pro version offers a full-fledged experience with all the tools and features you would need as an advanced trader.
With offices in Dubai, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, Russia, South Korea, Hong Kong, Switzerland, and the United States, ZB is a global trader.
In September 2020, ZB.com experienced a technical outage which caused it to suspend customer withdrawals for two days.
Funds are kept safe, and traders can implement their own trading strategies at their convenience. The platform enables email-based and SMS-based authentication for deposits and withdrawals. All transfers and withdrawals are also authenticated with a unique PIN set by the user. This is different from the account login password.
From a trader’s perspective, there are no negative aspects around ZB, but since the company is not regulated, we include it in our “Orange Compliance” list for compliance technical reasons.