Centralized exchanges (CEXs) are organizations that conform to cryptocurrency trading on a large scale. Crypto exchange with central control to authenticate the trading of the digital currency.

The cryptocurrency exchange is a dedicated online marketplace for users to buy and sell the same type of cryptocurrency. In the crypto sector, some well-known CEXs include Binance, Coinbase, Gemini, and Kraken.

Centralized crypto exchanges instantly participate in markets by executing trades. The centralized crypto exchange typically maintains digital order books, which are lists of open buy and sell orders, consisting of volumes and prices. They match up buyers' and sellers' orders and announce current market prices based on the last price an asset sells for.

CEXs normally deliver additional services, such as crypto asset control. They often demand that users deposit their crypto assets at the exchange before trading can happen.
Exchanges are the most valuable businesses in the crypto world, according to a 2021 report by global accountancy KPMG.

Key Benefits of Centralized Cryptocurrency Exchanges
Proximity Match
Trade Volume
Direct Fiat Currency Exchanges
Legality & Regulation