Tokyo based cryptocurrency exchange, BitFlyer is set to improve and ease cryptocurrency trading on its platform by launching its mobile application. The new app will be available to customers across Europe and the United States, providing them with a regulated environment to trade cryptocurrencies. Traders can buy and sell crypto using the US Dollar, Euro and the Japanese Yen.
From the CEO’s Desk
Yuzo Kano, bitFlyer founder and CEO of bitFlyer USA, commented:
“With the new bitFlyer apps, we are bringing the reliability, security and experience of Japan’s market leader to our European and American customers.”
BitFlyer Launches iOS and Android Applications
In a press release, the leading cryptocurrency exchange announced the launch of their mobile based application for their iOS and Android customers. The application provides a safe and regulated platform for US and Europe based customers to trade a range of cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), Monacoin (MONA) and Lisk (LSK).
Since its launch in 2014, BitFlyer has led the exchange market providing a reliable, efficient and secure regulated marketplace for crypto traders across the globe. Following the launch, BitFlyer app becomes the first and only regulated digital asset exchange available in Japan, Europe and the USA combined.
Other App Developments and Rewards
The new app provides key features to users including real time price data charts, a portfolio tracker, simply send and receive cryptocurrencies by scanning a QR code and an added news functionality that allows users to follow industry related news without leaving the app.
Users in the US or Europe are also up for a $10 USD (or €10 EUR) reward in BTC if they install the BitFlyer app and register a first time verified account on the exchange.
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