Gemini, a licensed cryptocurrency exchange founded by the Winklevoss twins, announced this Tuesday that it has launched the Gemini Mobile App. The app, which is now available in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store, makes trading cryptocurrency more accessible for users.
According to the statement written by the CEO of Gemini, Tyler Winklevoss, through the Gemini Mobile App, customers of the cryptocurrency exchange can buy and sell cryptocurrency. Users can also view market prices including historical price data for bitcoin, ether, litecoin, bitcoin cash, and zcash. This can be done regardless if the user is a registered customer.
Via the app, clients can build and see the value of their portfolio and keep track of how price changes are impacting the value of their portfolio. The app also allows customers to set price alerts so push notifications will be sent when a price of a digital asset moves above or below a certain price point or moves more than a specific percentage value.
Users can also set recurring buy orders by turning on the “Recurring Buys” feature. This allows traders to repeat an order as they wish – including frequency, time and amount. It is also possible to send and receive cryptocurrency and more.
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Cryptocurrency “Never Sleeps”
Commenting on the launch of the app, Cameron Winklevoss, the President of Gemini said: “We’ve spent the last three years building the world’s most trusted cryptocurrency platform and today we are excited to extend it into the hands of our customers.”
“Cryptocurrency never sleeps so it’s important for us to make it easy for our customers to engage with it wherever they are and whenever they want.”
Gemini, which is responsible for launching the first regulated stablecoin in the world – the Gemini dollar, which combines the US dollar with blockchain technology and regulatory oversight, has developed its app for both beginner and advanced traders.
According to the statement, the app utilizes the institutional-grade security which is used by its cryptocurrency exchange.