An ethereum trading platform is a platform for users to trade on, for example, exchanges.
This is different from a traditional exchange and some of the main differences between the two are: trading platforms can have multiple currencies, so they can allow for different types of trades, and can have the ability to send and receive Ether.
Ethereum’s platform differs from most exchanges because, unlike the traditional exchanges, the platform is decentralized.
This means that users are not bound to one exchange or exchange partner.
The platform is also not governed by any specific rules.
For example, if there are some technical problems with the platform, you can just switch to another platform and the platform will take care of the rest.
A simple example of how this works is the recent Bitcoin fork.
The Bitcoin network has suffered a series of technical problems and, in the wake of the problems, a majority of the Bitcoin network is now supporting Segwit2x, which enables the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) network to continue running, albeit on a much slower network.
Ethereum is not a platform like Bitcoin.
The first time a user starts trading on a platform, the exchange is required to verify that the user is a valid ethereum user.
There are also some additional requirements when using a trading app, such as a user ID, and some additional rules when buying and selling.
This article covers the basics of trading on ethereum, as well as some of its advanced features.