Bitfinex puts into service new mobile app

Posted 30 October, 2018

Bitfinex rolls out its new trading application for mobile devices on Android/iOS.

The company stated that the new app is completely reworked and updated the previous mobile version. This time, the developers focused on traders who have no access to full version of the platform, attempting to provide users with the service that could provide all required trading information quickly and via a simple interface.

"We have fully rewritten the existing Bitfinex app to support the latest iOS and Android native features, as well as mimic a similar experience as our website...Traders can expect a fast and snappy experience with similar functionality as our website," reads the press release.

The app features two pages for trading and wallet powered by customizable widgets.

"For example, a user may not be a margin trader, so the positions widget is unnecessary. He or she can go into the settings and turn off positions for that page. Now Favorites, Orders, and Order History widgets would only be shown," explains the company.

Speaking about the outlook, Bitfinex management targets more applications – versions for Ethfinex and EOSfinex, boost user interface, notification system, etc. The current app is in beta now, though the testing is said to take a short period of time.

As it was reported earlier, Bitfinex launched token sale service on Ethfinex last week.

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