Investing.com launches cryptocurrency investment app
|Christian Hargrave in Blockchain Thursday, December 28, 2017|
Cryptocurrency investment app has been released by Investing.com to give users a quick and easy platform.
With the value of Bitcoin continuing to hit a record high each week, and mainstream interest in cryptocurrency continuing to skyrocket, crypto wallet users now have a complementary app to keep track of their investments. Investing.com’s new cryptocurrency app enables users interested in digital currencies - including the likes of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin and much more - to stay up-to-date anytime, anywhere in real-time on the rapidly fluctuating prices, with tools including charts, quotes, portfolios, and the latest major news and analysis.
Following the launch of a dedicated cryptocurrency section on its site, the newly released app acts as a data-driven investment solution specifically for cryptocurrency with tailored and fully customizable portfolios. Users can easily navigate the intuitive and personalized app, setting real-time triggered price alerts for any type of cryptocurrency, ensuring users are the first to know about any prices changes.
“We're launching the Investing.com cryptocurrency app due to the growing demand for real-time data and news for the digital currencies,” said Roy Michaeli, Head of Cryptocurrency and Financial Data at Investing.com. “Comparing to Investing.com's main app, the new app will focus solely on cryptocurrencies, and provide existing crypto traders, and potential ICO investors, all the data they might need - no matter where they are.”
With over 30 language editions, capabilities for over 75,000 financial instruments and traded on over 100 global exchanges in real-time, Investing.com has become one of the most used financial platforms around the world. The platform now brings its financial offering to the ever-growing world of digital currencies.
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