Mobile Market Tracker Launched by Binance
A new market intelligence application was launched by Binance, the largest crypto exchange by daily trading volume. The company announced on Twitter that the beta version of Binance Info is now available for both Android and iOS devices. It was stated on its page that Binance Info provides comprehensive project information and market data for more than 1,200 digital coins and tokens, as well as their issue price, ICO date and circulating supply. The app supports both fiat and crypto pricing with multiple base currencies to choose from. It also gives users real-time charts and indicators.
The Chinese-run trading platform had announced in the past few weeks a series of projects, and the launch of the mobile market tracker is one of them. Last week, news.Bitcoin.com reported that a fiat-to-crypto exchange was being set up by Binance in Liechtenstein through a joint venture with LCX. A new educational portal in beta-Binance Academy was also announced. This is an open-access learning center supported by the Binance team. Reports also reveal that the exchange is exploring opportunities to invest in a “decentralized” bank in Malta.
Exchange Ready in Just Two Weeks
The Russian Bitcrypto News reported that a platform that allows clients to create their own cryptocurrency exchange fast and easy, was recently launched by an IT company specialized in software development for the fintech sector. Softfx is the name of the said platform. It provides services to forex and crypto brokers, dealers, banks and investment funds. The platform claims that customers can have their trading platform up and running within two weeks with its modular solution, of course after they have presented their requirements.
There are a lot of useful functionalities embedded in the platform like automated purchases and sales of digital assets, crypto-based CFD trading, integration with a number of payment systems including Webmoney, Skrill, Qiwi and Yandex Money, and also wallets supporting cryptocurrencies like bitcoin core (BTC), litecoin (LTC), ethereum (ETH) and ripple (XRP). Companies have the possibility to add their own ICO-issued coins, including ERC20 tokens.