Intervex Digital Releases BitCoins Mobile, The World's First iPad App For BitCoins

Intervex Digital Releases BitCoins Mobile, The World's First iPad App For BitCoins

Intervex Digital, an innovative mobile application development firm in Las Vegas, NV, is pleased to announce the availability of BitCoins Mobile, the first mobile application specifically targeted at BitCoin enthusiasts utilizing the iPad.

BitCoins Mobile is fully optimized for iPad and is geared towards the serious BitCoin enthusiast and those looking to keep track of their BitCoin portfolio in the same way they would expect to track and manage other, more traditional, investment vessels.

BitCoins Mobile aims to be a revolution in both iOS applications and the BitCoin community by legitimizing the BitCoin trading and investment tracking experience.


  •      LIVE BitCoin price quotes
  •      Displayed in a no-nonsense and attractive UI.
  •      Historical Charts
  •      BitCoin News feeds
  •      Mining Pool Statistics
  •      BitCoin network technical charts
  •      Support for 33 currencies
  •      Customizable auto-refresh interval
  •      Ability to disable auto-refresh to reduce data usage
  •      On-Demand data refresh capability

Supported Exchanges:

  •      Mt. Gox
  •      Trade Hill
  •      Bitomat
  •      BitMarket
  •      BritCoin
  •      Bitcoin7

Supported Pools:

  •      DeepBit
  •      Slush
  •      BTCGuild
  •      BitClockers

Bitcoin is the first digital currency that is completely distributed. The network is made up of users like yourself so no bank or payment processor is required between you and whoever you're trading with. This decentralization is the basis for Bitcoin's security and freedom.

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