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 Hall
ERC20 is a standard for implementing tokens (i.e., cryptocurrencies) on top of the Ethereum blockchain. If a token follows the ERC20 specification, that token is compatible with any system that supports the specification. As an analogy, think of HTML. If you write a website using HTML, any web browser can display it because all web browsers understand HTML.