Cryptocurrency platform Liquid(dot)com announced the launch of a new mobile application Liquid Pro, available for Android and iOS.
According to the available data, the application is free and can be downloaded from the Play Store and the App Store unless the local rules forbid such activities. At the same time, the Japanese are the only users that can enjoy the mobile version of the application called Liquid Lite. Using Liquid Pro, users can trade fully, manage their portfolios, and quickly respond to market movements.
Liquid Executive Director Mike Kayamori noted:
"Liquid Pro was developed based on customer feedback from a broad cross-section of professional traders, who helped us identify what would be most important for them."
Market research highlighted that professional traders require opportunity to make trades more effective and be able to manage positions at any place. As the company spokesperson added, cryptocurrency traders are striving to get full control over their tradind process regardless of their geographic location.
As Mike explained, this applies to margin trading, as well as the ability to manage positions properly via a smartphone. The Liquid team worked diligently to create an application that will help extend the user experience at anytime.
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