On Bitbuy's website
Highlights Bitbuy and Coinberry both offer a limited selection of trading cryptocurrencies. Bitbuy's trading and withdrawal costs are lower than Coinberry's. Both exchanges use offline cold storage facilities for storing cryptocurrencies and both are FINTRAC-registered.
On NDAX's website
Highlights Both NDAX and Coinberry have a relatively small selection of tradable cryptocurrencies. The trading and withdrawal fees on NDAX are cheaper than those on Coinberry. Both exchanges store cryptocurrencies in offline cold storage facilities. Both NDAX and Coinberry are FINTRAC-registered and highly regulated exchanges.
On CoinSmart's website
Highlights Coinberry’s trading and withdrawal fees are less expensive than CoinSmart's. Both exchanges list fewer digital assets to trade compared to some of their competitors, but they offer plenty for regular investors. Both Coinberry and CoinSmart provide offline cold storage and are registered MSBs with FINTRAC.
On Coinbase's website
Highlights Coinbase has a wider selection of cryptocurrencies to trade than Coinberry, but Coinberry is cheaper. Coinberry and Coinbase both have user-friendly interfaces that are suitable for both novice and experienced traders. Both exchanges use offline cryptocurrency cold storage facilities.
On Binance's website
Highlights Binance provides a huge selection of tradable digital assets compared to Coinberry, including altcoins, DeFi, and NFTs. Binance is not ideal for beginner traders, whereas Coinberry is considerably more accessible. Binance is not available in all areas of Canada, but Coinberry is available throughout the country. Highlights Coinberry is less expensive than Shakepay, and it offers a broader selection of cryptocurrencies to trade. Both Coinberry and Shakepay are suitable for both novice and experienced traders. Coinberry and Shakepay have not had any serious security issues. Both store digital assets in offline cold storage wallets and are registered with FINTRAC. Highlights Newton is more expensive than Coinberry for trading and withdrawing funds. Both exchanges offer a rather small selection of tradable currencies; however, Newton's offering is continually expanding. Both exchanges employ third-party cold storage facilities for storing cryptocurrencies. Coinberry uses Gemini cold storage. Both exchanges are user-friendly for new crypto traders.
On Kraken's website
Highlights Kraken lets you trade more digital assets than Coinberry. Kraken has lower trading and withdrawal fees than Coinberry. Because of their simple and user-friendly interfaces, both exchanges are appropriate for novice traders. Both Coinberry and Kraken employ offline cold storage and are FINTRAC- registered MSBs.