Kraken Introduces App for iOS, Mobile Trading Not Available Yet

Kraken Introduces App for iOS, Mobile Trading Not Available Yet

Circle Internet Financial isn't the only cryptocurrency-related company introducing a mobile application this week. Cryptocurrency exchange platform Kraken is following suit by introducing their own application for iOS. Launched this weekend on the iTunes App Store, the application provides the user with a wealth of information when it comes to cryptocurrency markers (bitcoin being among the most popular). Users are able to add their own Kraken API key to view their balances, positions, and orders quickly. In addition, all of the market data a trader would come to expect is also available....


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