These apps allow for the same features that are found on the web platform, thus buying and selling crypto as well as trading, and the app can be accessed using the same account credentials.
The bitFlyer app also allows some interesting functions as it can also be used as a wallet with the use of QR codes to transfer amounts directly to the account. From a security point of view, bitFlyer offers the possibility to use cold wallets, the multi-signature system and the 2FA (Two Factor Authentication).
Through the application, it will be possible to access and trade the following cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), Monacoin (MONA) and Lisk (LSK).
In addition, during this launch week, new users who download the application and register by filling out the KYC (Know Your Customer) procedure will have a bonus of €10 or $10 without any bitcoin deposit.
The willingness to launch these apps is driven by the objective of reaching also the European and American market, which is where the countries most prone to the use of crypto are located, as recalled by the CEO of bitFlyer USA, Yuzo Kano:
“We are bringing reliability, security, and experience of Japan’s market leader to our European and American customers.”
Meanwhile, the COO of bitFlyer Europe has reiterated that with these iOS and Android apps the user will have a simpler and better user experience when operating in the crypto world:
“We strived to create a simpler, faster and even more transparent experience…Now with the bitFlyer app, this is even more convenient for users.”
Buying, selling and trading cryptocurrencies is increasingly shifting to mobile, a real landing point for many users who find in these tools valid alternatives to the more traditional web portals. In the world of trading, speed is everything, and being able to intervene at any time through mobile apps has a significant advantage.