Everbloom Exchange Overview
Getting Started Overview
Step 1: Buying your first cryptocurrency
Step 2: Setting up Your Wallet
Step 3: Sending Ethereum between your wallets
Step 4: Submitting a trade on Everbloom
Step 5: Cashing out from cryptocurrency back to fiat
What are gas fees?
What blockchains, protocols, and token standards does Everbloom support?
What is Everbloom?
Is Everbloom doing an ICO?
What is a decentralized exchange?
What tokens are listed on Everbloom?
Does Everbloom store my tokens in a centralized wallet?
What is a fiat currency?
What is an ERC20 token?
How does public key encryption work?
Buying & Selling
Integrated Fiat-to-Crypto Calculators
What are makers and takers?
When will my order be processed?
When will my deposit / withdrawl complete?
Pending transactions / block confirmations
What are Everbloom's fees?
Which wallets does Everbloom support?
What are public and private keys?
How do I set up my Hardware Wallet?
Wallets' Supported Tokens
I sent funds to the wrong address, can I get them back?
Token Listing Requirements and Application
How to get your token listed on Everbloom
How to contact Everbloom support
Updated by Andrew Rollins
Everbloom uses a maker-taker model for trading. This helpdoc describes what it means to make and take orders and to be a maker and a taker.
In order for a trade to actually happen, one user (the "maker") must "make" an order by creating and signing an order and placing it on the orderbook. Another user (the "taker") can then “take” that order from the orderbook and post it to the blockchain using Everbloom and their wallet software. In doing so, they act as the counter-party to the order and execute a complete trade. Funds on both sides of the trade get swapped.
- Maker vs. Taker in Cryptocurrency by CryptoCurrency Facts