That’s right. Cryptocurrency exchange is a good option for those who like to risk. The difference is in details, it’s better to assess everything in advance. I, for instance, find security important. Available crypto exchanges are vulnerable. Cheap and standard softwares are usually used to organise these exchanges (cheap regarding the scale of the industry, the prices actually start at 50k dollars, and 500k is not the limit), moreover they are easy to hack. That’s why there are so many stories about the hackings of exchanges, but not of “traditional” forex brokers. Due to the high risks, the owners of exchanges charge high interest for depositing/withdrawing operations and deals. It’s about 5% commission for depositing, and 2–5% for withdrawing. So you lose 10% only by depositing and withdrawing. It’s quite indicative. Commission for deals is a horror of horrors. Yes, there might be more tokens and therefore more possibilities. But generally these tokens are basically dead calm pairs. There are rich guys who are in focus here. In my opinion, working on an available crypto exchange is too risky. It’s hard to register on a big one. And what for? Speaking of terms. I’ve studied this question. The toolkit of exchanges is quite primitive, and deals are often set up manually. You can use manual analysis and build a strategy, but all this red tape isn’t worth it.