The New York-based, low latency Bitcoin exchange and ECN, Coinsetter is yearning to become a full-features and institutional-class Bitcoin exchange and in that pursuit it has launched a Beta version. According to the press release from the company with its completed launch, Coinsetter will become a full-featured, institutional-class Bitcoin exchange.
The company wrote a blog about the announcement and showed the happiness. The blog says, “Today, we’re pleased to announce that our full-featured Bitcoin exchange is officially out of beta. The Bitcoin space has matured rapidly over the past two years of our company’s history, and the platform we offer has grown along with it.”
Now, professionally tested to execute Bitcoin trades in as low as 40 milliseconds, Coinsetter is all set to cater the requirements from the customers who want fast and better trading experience. According to the company it has expanded functionality which gives its users access to a variety of account funding options.
For instance, customers can now fund through compliance-approved bank transfers and highly secure Bitcoin transfers as well. The company says that as it has already been providing unequaled customer support to traders with both email and live phone support from its New York City headquarters, there won’t be any trouble for customers.
The announcement says that the company has reduced trade fees to industry-leading levels, with the commission charged on trades now extending to as low as 0.10% for the most active users. Thus, it has tried not just to lure customers with the rich features but also attractive offers for the traders who want to initiate trading with it.
Existing and New Traders Going to Get New Accounting Funding Options
In his statement CEO Jaron Lukasiewicz admitted that Coinsetter’s early focus was to support active traders with a best-in-class trading platform. He also expressed his opinion about the expansion and said that his company succeeded in building a trading platform with outstanding technology and services.
The CEO believes that over the past few months his company has extended the scope of the development to support the growing group of Bitcoin users and companies that demand access to a reliable API and deep Bitcoin liquidity. According to him by expanding the platform’s capabilities, he now offers an institutional-class, plug-and-play package for Bitcoin ATMs.
This is also helping out bringing up Bitcoin payment processors, brokerages and other businesses that need to connect to a Bitcoin exchange for liquidity. He says that the transformation into a full exchange benefits active traders as well as they too can now avail new account funding options that make it easier than ever to deposit and withdraw.
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