AAATrade CryptoExchange Launches Cryptocurrency Trading App for Mobile Devices
In a bid to offer clients more convenient cryptocurrency trading services, CryptoExchange, a digital assets trading platform owned by the AAATrade CySEC-regulated Investment firm, has now launched a beta mobile app to enable bitcoin and altcoin traders do business on the go, according to a Finance Magnates report on September 26, 2018.
Trading App Supports Android and iOS
According to Finance Magnates, the CryptoExchange virtual currency trading mobile app offers comprehensive trading capabilities for both Android and iOS platforms. Once installed, crypto traders can start trading cryptoassets as quickly as possible without having to worry about going the strenuous process of completing KYC procedures, but users must upload verification documents like international passports and utility bills later.
In addition to allowing users to trade seamlessly on the go, the app reportedly supports other exciting features like real-time ticker updates, and it will enable users to set alerts for price changes and other cool features.
That’s not all, the CryptoExchange development team have reportedly said that the platform offers users a whopping 15 cryptocurrency wallets which support exchanging, withdrawals or deposits of a vast array of digital assets including bitcoin, ethereum, and other altcoins as well as fiat currencies like the Euro and U.S. dollar.
Unlike cryptocurrency trading venues that supports only crypto-to-crypto transactions, the CryptoExchange platform makes it possible for crypto traders to fund their accounts with their bank debit and credit cards, wire transfers, and other easy to use methods.
Launched in 2013, AAATrade, the parent firm of CryptoExchange is supervised and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC).
AAATrade is a forex broker, and it also offers clients agreements and derivative contracts relating to securities, currencies, interest rates and more.
Embracing Cryptos Despite Market Crash
While the price of bitcoin and other digital assets have lost more than 50 percent in 2018, it’s worth noting that quite many institutional investors are scampering to buy the dip.
On August 4, 2018, BTCManager reported that Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), one of the world’s leading exchanges focused on building and advancing the global financial and commodity markets, had launched Bakkt, a cryptocurrency exchange to integrate bitcoin into global commerce.
In related news, on September 19, 2018, BTCManager informed that IronX, the cryptocurrency exchange of the IronFX Group had obtained regulatory approval from the Estonian financial watchdog, FIU.