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MCS (MyCoinStory) is a cryptocurrency derivatives trading platform headquartered in Singapore. It was established with former members of famous cryptocurrency exchanges as well as securities companies.

MCS was officially launched on June 15, 2020.[1]


MCS, the next-generation cryptocurrency derivatives trading platform, was made by experts from financial and blockchain industries. It provides up to 100x leverage to traders, has the first in-house quant team in the industry, and offers a more sophisticated cryptocurrency derivatives product prepared a thorough analysis.

MCS provides a superb trading environment for traders with its advanced infrastructure, multi-language support, and a partnership with a famous security firm BitGo.

According to MCS, the trading volume from MCS BTC/USDT Mock Trading Competition (April 20, 2020, to May 11, 2020) recorded 27,158,861,892 USDT, which was higher than Bybit, the 2nd-largest in the industry and approximately half of BitMex in the same period.[2]


No Overload[]

The Matching Engine on MCS is divided for different purposes delivering 250,000+ TPS[3]

Top-Class Security[]

100% multi-signature Cold Wallet vault storage with industry-leading custody partner, BitGo[3]

No KYC Required[]

MCS does not require user information that can specify traders’ identity.[3]


MCS offers a REST API for fast trade matching and an industry-leading socket API.[3]

24/7 Live Support[]

MCS serves traders with 24/7 customer support in English, Korean and Chinese.[3]


Crypto Exchange Alliance (CEA)[]

On May 18, 2020, MCS signed an MOU with CEA, the solution developer of a global Forex, PrimeXM, and the seed investor of big cryptocurrency exchanges and blockchain projects like ABRA, Bitfinex, Bitstamp, and Circle, to enhance the liquidity of MCS. The representative of MCS said that “Creating liquidity and transparent trading volume is participating in the continuation of the blockchain value.” and added, “We will continue to strive for the development of the cryptocurrency market”.[4]

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