Hi HY, Coinhako has a comission of 1%, while Binance has a comission of 0.6% and a better spread. Fees wise, I would recommend Binance. Take note that Binance has two entities, the global version and the Singapore-based version. The Singapore-based one will have a limit of 30k due to MAS regulation. Security wise, Binance global has had a security incident sometime last year but the Singapore subsidary was not affected. Coinhako had a smaller incident earlier this year during Feb, where roughly 20 users were affected. User interface wise, Coinhako is better. They have a mobile app whereas Binance Singapore does not (Binance Global does), and the overall UX is better and easier to navigate. Another benefit of Coinhako is that you can do a direct bank transfer for your fiat currencies, but for Binance Singapore you will have to go through Xfers. For Crypto,com, they have temporarily halted creation of new accounts from Singapore, and I'm not sure of the reason why. When I enquired, the support team said they are working to resolve it. I would recommend getting your coins off the exchange so that you have control over the private keys. If your amount is large (I would say 10k), I think you should opt for an cold (offline) wallet instead due to security reasons.