Available Cryptocurrencies

Which digital currencies can I trade at tastyworks?

Take your pick between 13 coins

You can trade the following coins in your cryptocurrency-enabled account. Check out and download the tastyworks coin Bible (PDF) at the bottom of this article to learn more about each coin we support. To view our commission breakdown for cryptocurrencies, please click here.

  • Basic Attention Token (BAT/USD)
  • Bitcoin (BTC/USD)
  • Bitcoin Cash (BCH/USD)
  • ChainLink (LINK/USD)
  • EOS.IO (EOS/USD)
  • Enjin Coin (ENJ/USD)
  • Ethereum (ETH/USD)
  • Litecoin (LTC/USD)
  • OMG Network (OMG/USD)
  • Ox (ZRX/USD)
  • Paxos Gold (PAXG/USD)
  • Polkadot (DOT/USD)
  • Stellar (XLM/USD)

To learn how to place a crypto order, please click here.

Currently, customers may only establish long positions on all cryptocurrencies. Net short crypto positions are not available at this time. Also, tastyworks does not support the transfer in or out of crypto positions. Cryptocurrencies may only be traded at tastyworks and cannot be redeemed.


What is Paxos Gold? (PAXG/USD)

PAX Gold is a tokenized version of physical gold

We’ve summed up the main takeaways of PAX Gold below. To learn more about PAX Gold, you may visit their website by clicking here (Please note: You are leaving tastyworks.com and going to Paxos.com). 

  • One PAXG token = one fine troy ounce
  • One gold bar = 400 fine troy ounces
  • Trades in full and partialized quantities, similar to other cryptocurrencies
  • Built on the Ethereum Blockchain
tastyworks only supports the trading of PAX Gold and cannot be redeemed for physical gold.


Cryptocurrency Disclaimer

tastyworks, Inc. provides its brokerage customers with access to cryptocurrency trading with Zero Hash Liquidity Services LLC, MSB # 31000181510564, and Zero Hash LLC NMLS # 169937. tastyworks, Inc. is a separate company and is not an affiliate company of Zero Hash Liquidity Services LLC or Zero Hash LLC. Cryptocurrency accounts are not protected by SIPC coverage. Cryptocurrencies are not covered by the FDIC, which covers fiat currency. Cryptocurrency trading is not suitable for all investors due to the number of risks involved, including volatile market prices, illiquid market conditions, lack of regulatory oversight, market manipulation, and other risks. You are solely responsible for evaluating your financial circumstances and determining whether or not trading cryptocurrencies is appropriate for you. Cryptocurrency trading is not yet available for customers who reside in New York and Hawaii.

To learn more about the separation of accounts, please click here.



tastyworks coin Bible (PDF) Download

Download our tastyworks Coin Bible (PDF) guide below to view a short explanation of each coin supported at tastyworks. 

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