OKCoin, a digital currency exchange based in Beijing, has released its latest Android app that offers the complete trading features found on its website, enabling users to trade even on the go
Dubbed as the first full-featured mobile app from a Bitcoin exchange, the OKCoin app promises traders to access all the tools when buying or selling the virtual currency using any Android smartphone and tablet.
Real-time market data and price alerts can be easily viewed on the user-friendly interface, giving customers easier ways to see the last price, the high and low values, and even the 24-hour volume of the major exchanges sourced directly from the website.
Also, candlestick charts are included in the mobile app, so traders can now monitor market trends, which are of great help when placing market and limit orders.
Moreover, the OKCoin Android app supports both Bitcoin and Litecoin trading, making it more convenient for digital currency users to exchange their money for these cryptocoins to avail of the services provided by Bitcoin and Litecoin-powered businesses.
Currently the largest Chinese exchange by volume traded, OKCoin has also ensured the security of its mobile app users by integrating two layers of security features, which protect accounts from any instance of theft via the character-based password and gesture password.
With the introduction of its latest product, OKCoin further proved its dedication to improve user experience, especially for bettors who are active in placing transactions in certain sectors like the online gambling industry.
Bitcoin gambling continues to grow as more platforms make their provably fair games and other betting services available on mobile devices through apps and HTML5. The OKCoin app is perfect for avid casino players and sports bettors who wish to place bets anywhere and anytime because it allows them to acquire more bitcoins and store those in their mobile Bitcoin wallet to continue betting even without a computer.
The launched OKCoin mobile app is optimized to function on the Android platform only, but the iOS version has been reported to be launched soon once it receives Apple’s approval.