At Wallex, your assets are safe
Minimal Counterparty Risk
The Counterparty Wallex
Founded in 2020, Wallex is Asset, Digital Asset, and technology provider and market leader. Wallex is the bridge between a real asset and digital asset ecosystem, is a driving force in the development of the New Financial Services.
Wallex is a regulated financial institution and subject to the rules according to AML (anti-money laundering) directive.
Trading on Wallex Online
As a service provider, Wallex trades over the largest exchanges globally to find the most advantageous order execution for our clients.
Compared to trading on a single exchange, we provide “Best Execution” for your trades across the most reputable exchanges globally. This means, that we will select one or more exchanges that provide you with a combination of the best possible market price, liquidity and speed of execution – guaranteed by us.
We take over the risk of dealing with exchanges for you, so you can trade worry-free.
User Account Protection
Wallex applies the required physical, technical and procedural standards for safekeeping and trading crypto assets. It follows industry best practices, such as
Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) for Account Login
To guarantee the safety of your account, we enforce time-based 2-factor authentication using mobile applications such as Google Authenticator. This means that in addition to your username and password, you will enter a code from your authenticator app on your mobile phone, adding an extra layer of security for your account.
Additional Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) for Account Withdrawals
All account withdrawals have to be confirmed by entering two-factor authentication and e-mail.
Data Security & Privacy
Wallex adheres to industry best practices. We take all reasonable technical and organizational security measures to protect your stored data against manipulation, loss, or unauthorized third-party access. We also take internal data privacy very seriously. Our employees and service providers are required to maintain secrecy and to comply with the applicable data protection legislation.