Bithumb was created in 2013 by a company called BTC Korea.com Co. Ltd and their headquarters are based in South Korea. There are a total of 37 different coins that you can buy, sell and trade at Bithumb. The type of coin available depends on what you are looking for. They support the majority of popular cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash. They also support less popular coins too, such as Ethos, Augur and Aeternity.Although a large percentage of their traders are from South Korea, the website also supports English, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish and even Hindi. Deposit fees depend on the type of coin you want to fund your account with. For some reason, cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum, Ripple and EOS are free, while others such as Bitcoin, Dash and Litecoin carry a very small fee. For example, a Bitcoin deposit will cost 0.001 BTC. In June 2017, it was reported that the Bithumb servers were hacked, resulting in a loss of approximately 100 billion Won. Despite this, encryption and account verification are take seriously and creating a profile is quick, but secure.