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Bitfinex: Pulse arrives also on mobile
Bitfinex: Pulse arrives also on mobile
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Bitfinex: Pulse arrives also on mobile

By Amelia Tomasicchio - 31 Jul 2020

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The Bitfinex exchange announced today that it has made its Pulse social network available on mobile (iOS and Android).

Pulse was launched in April in order to become the social network of choice for crypto traders. 

Users approved by Bitfinex will be able to share news and updates on this channel. These posts can be public or private and can be shared, commented and appreciated with likes.

The CTO of Bitfinex Paolo Ardoino said:

“Bitfinex Pulse has quickly become a valuable resource for our growing community of professional traders. The very nature of crypto markets makes information flow fast, and I’m sure our traders will appreciate being able to search for the latest Pulses on the go from the convenience of their mobile devices.”

In this way, Bitfinex becomes a comprehensive reference app for traders, now not only for trading but also for sharing their thoughts.

To get access to Pulse, users must click on the Pulse icon after logging into the platform, but they do not require the KYC.

The latest news about Bitfinex

The exchange recently announced Lending Pro, an advanced platform to manage loans and automate them to improve efficiency in capital allocation.

This new service will be activated in the first week of August and will allow users to earn money by lending their own cryptocurrencies, a bit like the various DeFi protocols.

In addition, in July Bitfinex launched the Paper Trading competition, a contest in which traders compete to win a prize of 10,000 USDT.

The exchange also decided to void fees on the Tether/U.S. Dollar pair (USDT/USD) for users who generate a monthly trading volume of more than $15 million. 

The offer applies to both maker and taker orders and will be applied automatically when a Bitfinex account reaches the minimum level required in the last 30 days.

Amelia Tomasicchio
Amelia Tomasicchio

As expert in digital marketing, Amelia began working in the fintech sector in 2014 after writing her thesis on Bitcoin technology. Previously author for Cointelegraph and CMO at Eido. She is now the co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Cryptonomist.

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