BTC China Launches iOS Apps, Reduces Fees

BTC China Launches iOS Apps, Reduces Fees

Exchange BTC China has relaunched the iOS version of its mobile exchange app, called simply 'BTC China', internationally on Apple's App Store. Furthermore, an iOS version of the company's wallet and person-to-person bitcoin trading app 'Picasso' is also awaiting approval by Apple, and will feature lowered sending fees. The new iOS exchange app is largely aimed at traders and has all the features currently present in BTC China's cross-platform HTML5-based offering, which was released in late July. These include live candlestick, market depth and trade history charts, and user interface....


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