Poloniex run by Circle releases new trading apps

Posted 10 October, 2018

Poloniex trading platform run by Circle company unveiled new mobile applications to boost crypto trading experience. 

"As part of our commitment to offer the best customer experience possible, today we are announcing a new mobile app for Poloniex to allow existing customers to trade with a few taps of their thumb and get the benefit of Poloniex anywhere, anytime and with a high-fidelity native app trading experience," reads the press release.

According to the available data, the new applications come for iOS and Android devices and supports 9 languages.

Since the acquisition of Poloniex, Circle has made huge work and investment to increase performance and support further growth of the exchange applying the corresponding experience and technical skills of the Circle team. Specifically, it stated in the report that the managed to reduce a backlog of support tickets by 97%, with the bulk of the tickets being processed fast on the same day.

The platform stated that all support tickets are to be closed by the end of the year.

"We know we still have a long way to go but are dedicated to continuous improvement in the coming months and years," added Circle spokesperson.

Along with new apps, the exchange is pleased to announce the listing of four new coins (EOS, SNT, KNC, BAT, LOOM, QTUM) and stablecoin (USDC). At the same time, 18 assets were delisted as they failed to comply with the company requirements. 

Circle is quite optimistic about the future:

"We have an ambitious vision for the future of Poloniex that is anchored in our belief that tokenized assets will take on a larger and larger role in our economy."

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