Popular digital currency exchange, Coinbase is said to be building mobile applications for its coinbase pro users. At the moment, iOS version of the app is available for download while the android version is said to under development, soon to be made downloadable.
Coinbase Develops Mobile Apps For PRO users
According to the report today by the digital currency exchange, Coinbase, the mobile app is exclusive to Coinbase Pro users using the platform professionally while the primary Coinbase.com interface remains as simple and easily navigated as possible for the larger population of users.
The Pro app described is said to have individual pair pages from which customers can get real-time price update, live charts, order books and active orders, trade history and users can also set a buy or sell order.
“Unlike traditional capital markets, crypto trades 24/7. Opportunities to buy and sell present themselves at all hours of the day. This means it’s critical for the sophisticated crypto traders that Coinbase Pro serves to have access to the tools and information they need to capitalize on these moments when and where they need it.”
Aside from the pair pages, there also exist tabs in which users can access their portfolio of crypto assets and also see their equivalent values in fiat currencies. As all fiat withdrawals remain tied to the main Coinbase website, it is possible for Pro app users to make direct deposits and withdrawals from their mobile application.
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Coinbase is a leading digital currency exchange that broker exchanges for cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, ethereum, bitcoin cash, ethereum classic, and litecoin with fiat currencies with a global reach of about 32 countries. Recently, Coingape reported that Coinbase and other crypto big names are collaborating to develop a crypto rating system that will be used to classify cryptocurrencies as being securities or not. According to the report, Other crypto platforms and companies identified to be involved in this innovation are Anchorage, Bittrex, Circle, DRW Cumberland, Genesis, Grayscale, and Kraken. These crypto “big boys” are forming a Crypto Rating Council in order to better decide which digital assets can and cannot be traded on their platforms.