Coinsecure Launches Real Time Bitcoin Trading App for India’s 190m Smartphone Users

The app displays live order books and users can place bids and asks, withdraw or deposit funds, and check pending

Coinsecure, the Indian Bitcoin exchange, merchant services and blockchain developer, today launched its mobile app for real-time Bitcoin trading on the Android system. Coinsecure aims to target India’s huge and ever growing smartphone user base.

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Coinsecure, CEO, Mohit Kalra
Coinsecure, CEO, Mohit Kalra

Coinsecure CEO and founder Mohit Kalra said: “With over 190 million smartphone users in India, putting a technology so disruptive like Bitcoin in their hands is a win – win situation.”

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The developers say that while the app targets traders, it is also simple and easy for a beginner to use. The app enables users to buy, sell, send, receive and accept Bitcoin with ease. The app also displays live order books. Users can place their bids and asks, withdraw and deposit funds, check pending orders, all with just the click of a button.

“Coinsecure strives to ensure that users can retain a stellar experience across all platforms. Desktop web was our first build. A mobile app for multiple devices is the next step in bringing Bitcoin to India”, said Benson Samuel, CTO and co-founder.

Coinsecure first launched its Bitcoin exchange in January, 2015 with the intent of bringing Bitcoin to India. Coinsecure’s exchange is a real time live spot trading exchange with fully open order books. Coinsecure additionally provides customers with a merchant payment gateway, a variety of wallet services, and a public API. Earlier this year, Coinsecure announced their Series A raise of 1.2 Million USD. Most recently, Coinsecure signed partnerships with BitPay for merchant services and with OKLink for remittance services.

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